Council for British Archaeology., (1978). Survey and archaeology. CBA Annu Rep 28. Vol 28, pp. 55-62.

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Survey and archaeology
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CBA Annu Rep 28
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Council for British Archaeology Annual Report
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28
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Consultative paper approved by the CBA Executive Board and Council which indicates the urgent need for the rationalization and improvement of present arrangements for the comprehensive survey of the archaeological heritage. Five main sources of deficiency are identified and eight principal recommendations made. In particular a comprehensive scheme for the collection, storage and dissemination of archaeological survey information must be devised and implemented, a national network of county Sites and Monuments Records completed to common standards, and the functions of RCHM redefined in relation to both survey and publication.
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Council for British Archaeology
Council for British Archaeology
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1978
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05-12-2008