This new, revised and updated edition of
Cornovia is eagerly awaited by those many
people who have an interest in Cornwall’s
ancient past. Combining as it does the work
first published in two volumes (Cornovia and its
sister work Belerion), this new book is one of
the most complete guides to individual historic
sites to be found in Cornwall and Scilly, and is
ideally suited to those wishing to visit the sites
This new edition explores almost
250 sites, with an explanation of each, along
with detailed maps, plans and colour photographs
specially prepared for this edition.
The original books quickly became standard
works of their kind, being reprinted and remaining
in print for almost two decades. Here the author
has brought Cornovia into the 21st century.
Craig Weatherhill is an author, historian,
novelist, artist and an authority
on the Cornish language. He worked
for many years as a planning officer for
West Penwith and has undertaken a
number of surveys for the Cornwall
Archaeological Unit, among other
bodies. He lives near St Just and plays
an active part in many activities supporting
the Celtic revival of Cornwall
and its people.
Imprint: Halsgrove. ISBN 978 1 84114 748 2, hardback, 214x230mm, 160 pages. Published April 2009. Reprinted April 2011.