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Archaeology in Britain 1992
|Statement||organised in association with University of Bradford, Department of Archaeological Sciences.|
|Contributions||Institute of Field Archaeologists., University of Bradford. Department of Archaeological Sciences., Conference of the Institute of Field Archaeologists, (7th : 1993 : University of Bradford)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
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