J. Winters, ed., (2002). Internet Archaeology 11. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Internet Archaeology 11
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Internet Archaeology
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11
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Journal
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Judith Winters
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Council for British Archaeology
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2002
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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23 Aug 2002
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Judith Winters
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The practical and financial reality of electronic publication.
N Ray
J M Adams
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Peter H W Bristow
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Over 1,700 prehistoric burial sites have been summarised and analysed. They cover a period of c.4,400 years of British prehistory. The article includes a complete database of sites on which the research was based plus a bibliography of over 2,700 references. Both are searchable by the reader.
M J Davis
Allan R Hall
Harry Kenward
John Oxley
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An article addressing the fate of urban archaeological deposits preserved in situ as a result of The City of York Council's policy dating from April 1990. Although the concept of preservation in situ has been enshrined in both the IFA Code of Conduct and PPG 16 deposit monitoring presents evidence of changes occurring in these deposits and questions whether this form of preservation is working.
D P Steptoe
W B Wood
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Wreck of the ship sent to re-capture the Bounty mutineers, discovered in 1977 off the north coast of Queensland. Bones from three individuals were studied. DNA analysis forthcoming.