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Folklore of Oxfordshire by Christine Bloxham
  

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Folklore of Oxfordshire by Christine Bloxham

An illustrated study of folklore, such as the lore relating to the Rollright Stones and Wayland's Smithy. This book contains tales of poaching and highwaymen, and is for those who wish to revel in the delights of times past.

About the Author

Christine Bloxham has worked in museums for fourteen years, latterly as Assistant Keeper of Antiquities at the Oxfordshire County Museum, and is now a freelance writer and lecturer. She has written seven books on local history and folklore.

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Publication date

31st October 2005

Author

Christine Bloxham

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Publisher

The History Press Ltd

Format

Paperback
288 pages

Categories

Folklore, myths & legends
Local history

ISBN

9780752436647

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