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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] (doi:10.5284/1000332)
ISBN 0 906780 59 4
This volume of papers is a review of current work and research priorities in a number of areas of British urban archaeology. It is part of the research programme initiated by the CBA Research Committee following the Erosion of History (Heighway 1972) and two summary reviews of the decade of archaeological research which followed (CBA 1976; Schofield & Palliser 1981). The essays are divided into two groups: period surveys of the four main periods of urban archaeology, from the Roman to the post-medieval (ending c 1700); and topic surveys, dealing with eight individual aspects, all topographical in nature. The volume is prefaced by two general papers and concluded by a contribution on the study of pottery in towns as a link to and reminder of the artefactual analyses which are of equal importance but which are not dealt with here. Certain other topics, eg urban industry, were considered, but it was thought either that the time was not yet right for a cogent overview to be attempted, or that a sufficient review had been published recently. The main questions to be considered by the contributors were:
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