n.a., (2009). 8 Conclusions. In: n.e., Archaeological monitoring in the streets of Musselburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. p. 17.

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8 Conclusions
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Archaeological monitoring in the streets of Musselburgh
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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30
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23
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17
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sair30.pdf (7 MB) : Download
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In general extant horizons appear to match closely with known areas of Roman and medieval settlement but have been damaged in places by the creation of modern roads and services. Priority should be given to ensuring that work within the roadways of historic burghs is rigorously controlled.
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2009
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0 903903 99 8
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Subject - Auto Detected: Settlement
Medieval
Roman
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30 Mar 2015