The restoration of the Great Hall
edited by Richard Fawcett
Stirling Castle is one of the most important royal and military structures in Scotland. This book traces the eventful history of the Great Hall from its original construction to the withdrawal of the army in the 1960s and its subsequent restoration.
A multi-disciplinary team of specialists provides both a fascinating history of a significant historic site and a case study covering the dilemmas and practical issues of historic building recording and restoration.
The volume will be important reading for architectural historians and building archaeologists, as well as those involved in conservation and heritage studies. It will also appeal to all those interested in Scottish and early modern history.
Info: 100 pp, 65 illus
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