Archaeological Collections Areas Database and Map

Secretary of Society of Museum Archaeologists, 2003 (updated 2013)

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Archaeological Collections Areas Database and Map

Location World; Europe; United Kingdom; England; British Isles and Ireland; England
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
56.206704
-6.1109620 1.6673584
49.837982
Subject Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeological museums and collections -- England
Project dates Created From01-SEP-2002
Created To01-FEB-2003
First Released16-OCT-2005
Last Modified05-MAR-2013
File types available PDF14 files

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