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School of Geography
Queen's University Belfast
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The following maps provided additional topographic information on the towns in the atlas. For access to these sources the authors thank the staff of Bangor University Manuscript Library, Caernarfon Record Office, Ceredigion Record Office, Conwy Archives, Denbighshire Record Office, East Sussex Record Office, Flintshire Record Office, and the National Library of Wales (Map Library).
These unpublished excavation and evaluation reports were drawn upon in the preparation of maps in the atlas. For access to these sources the authors thank the staff of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust, Archaeology South East, the Royal Commission on Historic Monuments (Wales), and the National Monuments Record (English Heritage). (For published archaeological material see bibliography).
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