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Hutchinson Junior Books, London ISBN:0091444403, 1981. Hardcover, 9½" x 12¾", with illustrated board covers. Previous owner's name to ffep. Boards show dumps at corners. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated in full-colour throughout. This book explains the basic principles of what makes buildings stand up (post and lintel, the arch, vault and dome) and describes how building materials were mined and quarried. It shows how great monuments were constructed; it looks at the building of roads, canals and aquaducts, and the planning of a town; it describes the tools and instruments, the technology and power used in the early days of building.