Church, M., (2002). The archaeological and archaeobotanical implications of a destruction layer in Dun Bharabhat, Lewis. In: n.e., In the shadow of the brochs.. Stroud: Tempus Publishing. pp. 67-75.

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The archaeological and archaeobotanical implications of a destruction layer in Dun Bharabhat, Lewis
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In the shadow of the brochs.
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256
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67 - 75
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which outlines the implications of a destruction layer in the secondary occupation of a roundhouse and discusses them in their regional context
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Michael Church
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Brendan O C O'Connor (Abstract author)
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2002
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075242517X
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Subject - Auto Detected: Roundhouse
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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08 Apr 2003