CBA Occasional Papers

Council for British Archaeology, 2000 (updated 2013)

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The complete series of CBA Occasional Papers has been digitised and is being made available by the CBA as a staged process. Those reports now available are linked.

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Details of all CBA publications are available on the CBA website.

List of reports

Elizabeth Fowler (ed) (1972)
Field survey in British archaeology

George Lambrick (1977)
Archaeology and agriculture

John Schofield, David Palliser, Charlotte Harding (eds) (1981)
Recent archaeological research in English towns

Keith Falconer & Geoffrey Hay (eds) (1981)
The recording of industrial sites: a review

The CBA Occasional Papers were digitised by the HEDS as part of the JISC Fast Track Digitisation Programme.