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Milby, S. (2007) Friends Meeting House, York Street, Bath, Bath and North-East Somerset.. Context One Archaeological Services: Context One Archaeological Services https://doi.org/10.5284/1007730

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Document Details

TitleFriends Meeting House, York Street, Bath, Bath and North-East Somerset.
AuthorsMilby, S.
ProducerContext One Archaeological Services
Place of productionContext One Archaeological Services

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Site details

Location
Site nameFriends Meeting House, York Street, Bath, Bath and North-East Somerset.
ParishBATH
DistrictBATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET
CountyBATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference ST 75157 64732 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGROMAN
SPOONPOST MEDIEVAL
STONEUNCERTAIN
 

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Associated identifier contexto1-78991