O'Sullivan, J., (1998). More than the sum of the parts: Iona: archaeological investigations 1875--1996. Church Archaeol 2. Vol 2, pp. 5-18.

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More than the sum of the parts: Iona: archaeological investigations 1875--1996
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Church Archaeol 2
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Church Archaeology
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2
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Attempts to construct a clear picture of ecclesiastical settlement on the island based on studies of Adomnan's Vita, the physical monuments, and excavations from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries. Also suggests ideas for future work programmes.
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Jerry O'Sullivan
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Deborah M F Furness (Abstract author)
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1998
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Subject - Auto Detected: Settlement
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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20-01-2002