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London Archaeologist - Volume 11:03 (2005) - Table of Contents

Frontcover
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Contents
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Commentary
Gromaticus
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History v. Archaeology: the City of London on the eve of the Great Fire of 1666, a case study
Kim Biddulph
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A 17th-century delftware tile group from 31 James Street, Covent Garden WC2
John Brown
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Patrick Loobey - Champion of Local History
Graham Gower
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Excavations and post-excavation work
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Excavations at 211 Long Lane, Southwark Part 1: prehistoric Neckinger-side environment in Southwark and its implications for prehistoric communities
Michael J. Allen, Rob Scaife, Nigel Cameron, Chris J. Stevens
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Books
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Mosaic
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Backcover
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