5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 7 July 2008
The book is easy to follow and understand giving the reader a greater insight into rock art and its position in the land. It has allowed me to explore my local area and taken me to places that I've never seen before. Some of the carvings on the rocks are magnificent, and the book contains fantastic hand drawn images of the best of them as well as truly great landscape pictures and a clear guide to the rocks in situ. This book is invaluable to anyone with an interest in archaeology and the prehistory of many unknown but stunning areas of the Northern Dales.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 29 May 2009
Paul and Barbara Brown's Prehistoric Rock Art Of the Northern Dales and their previous book, Prehistoric Rock Art of the North York Moors are both accesable, well produced and researched. Good three dimentional drawings and photographs. I really do like the gazatteer. The stunning colour photograph of Loft End Farm taken from Loft Crag, Langdale Pikes, (plate no.15) is, I think worth the cost of the book alone.