G. Lambrick, ed., (2003). Council for British Archaeology Annual Report No 51 2002--2003. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Council for British Archaeology Annual Report No 51 2002--2003
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Council for British Archaeology Annual Report
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51
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8
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G Lambrick
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G Lambrick
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Council for British Archaeology
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2003
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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25 Feb 2004
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Precis of year's work includes: the award-winning Defence of Britain Project; overview of the state of British archaeology; international issues; key cases including Stonehenge; policy issues; saving historic buildings; education; YAC; NAD; promoting public participation; the CBA network; research services including biab online; publication; information services; and the financial report. There is also a
Francis M M Pryor
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