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Excavations in advance of road construction at shenstone and wall (Staffordshire)

J. Gould

Excavations in advance of road construction at shenstone and wall (Staffordshire)

by J. Gould

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Published by Lichfield and South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Extract from: Transactions of [Lichfield and South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society], 1964-65, vol. 6.

Statementby J. Gould.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18555687M

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Excavations at Bishopstone Introduction: the story so far The fourth was located over a wall-trench and deep pit later established to relate to a timber hall and a latrine from the nucleus of a Late Saxon settlement complex. provisional one in advance of detailed pottery analysis. Final Report on the Excavations at the Ruthven Site Excavations on properties owned by the Yates Museum Trust have been undertaken annu- but also an extensive impact assessment project undertaken in advance of the construction of the Gregory Lincoln School (Feit and Jones ). File Size: 4MB.


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