Ann Preston Jones
Ann Preston-Jones has over thirty years’ experience working for Historic England and Cornwall Archaeological Unit and has an extensive knowledge of the county’s archaeology. Her experience is mostly in the care, conservation and management of those sites which make Cornwall special and she has a particular passion for sculptured stone monuments.
Ancient and High Crosses of Cornwall - Cornwall's Earliest, Tallest and Finest Medieval Stone CrossesBy Ann Preston Jones, Andrew Langdon and Elisabeth Okasha
A guide to one hundred of the finest early Cornish stone crosses, illustrated with colour photographs. These characteristic features of the Cornish landscape date from around AD 900 to 1300. This accessible, but academically rigorous, work includes an analysis of the decorative designs and techniques of the sculpture. With information on access.
Ancient and High Crosses of Cornwall - Cornwall's Earliest, Tallest and Finest Medieval Stone Crosses