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London Archaeologist - Volume 04:01 (1980) - Table of Contents

Frontcover
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Contents
(pp. 1)
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Commentary
Gromaticus (pp. 2)
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Saint Erkenwald: Bishop and London Archaeologist
John Clark (pp. 3-7)
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Turtle remains from a late 18th century well at Leadenhall Buildings
Philip Armitage, Colin McCarthy (pp. 8-16)
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Three inhumation burials from Southwark
Martin Dean, Michael Hammerson (pp. 17-22)
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Excavation and Post-Excavation
(pp. 22)
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A pair of late medieval spectacles from theTrig Lane site
Michael Rhodes (pp. 23-5)
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Books
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Mosaic
(pp. 28)
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Diary, Backcover
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