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John Leland's Itinerary: Travels in Tudor England

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This itinerary gives an account of Leland's tireless travels throughout England between 1539 and 1545, and records his observations of places and buildings, landscapes and monuments. It gives a picture of crumbling monasteries, the proliferating parks, suburbs and stately homes, and the new self-awareness and nationalistic pride of Tudor England.
Paperback, 601 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Alan Sutton Publishing (first published February 1993)
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John Leland, also Leyland (13 September, c. 1503-06 – 18 April 1552), was an English poet and antiquary. He has been described as 'the father of English local history'.
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