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London Archaeologist - Volume 11:02 (2005) - Table of Contents

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Gromaticus (pp. 30)
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Saxons in Deptford
Marit Gaimster (pp. 31-7)
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The Priory of St Leonard Stratford-by-Bow and Parish Church of St Mary Bromley-by-Bow
Duncan Hawkins, Chris Phillpotts (pp. 38-46)
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Excavations and post-excavation work
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A medieval dock at Waltham Abbey, and a consideration of medieval measurements
Peter Huggins (pp. 47-51)
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