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Darvill, Timothy (2007)
Publisher: Bournemouth University; Cotswold Archaeology, and Abbey Home Farm
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: aeo
WIGGOLD: The archaeology of a lofty open country is a research project jointly conceived and run by Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences,Cotswold Archaeology,and Abbey Home Farm (Cirencester) to promote a greater understanding of the ancient past and facilitate access to it for education and enjoyment.\ud
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