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Archaeological Watching Brief and Metal Detector Survey at Gill House Farm, Long Marston, North Yorkshire



Archaeological Watching Brief and Metal Detector Survey at Gill House Farm, Long Marston, North Yorkshire



Journal of Conflict Archaeology 5(1): 105-126




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DOI: 10.1163/157407709x12634580640335


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