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Cataractonium: Roman Catterick and its hinterland. Excavations and research, 1958-1997. Part 2

P.R. Wilson

CBA Research Report No 129 (2002)

with major contributions by H.E.M. Cool, J. Evans, A. Thompson and J.S. Wacher


Abstract

Title page of report 129

This archive presents selected portions of the publication 'Cataractonium: Roman Catterick and its hinterland. Excavations and research, 1958-1997'.

Currently available online is the cd fiche published with the hard-copy report. This is the same for both Part 1 (CBA Research Report No 128) and Part 2 (CBA Research Report No 129) of the Cataractonium: Roman Catterick and its hinterland. Excavations and research, 1958-1997 report.

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