Nottinghamshire Aggregate Resource Assessment

Trent and Peak Archaeology, 2013

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Trent and Peak Archaeology
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Trent and Peak Archaeology (2013) Nottinghamshire Aggregate Resource Assessment [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1018086

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The following documents will be made available in due course:

Archive Report:
Knight, D., Baddeley, V., Budge, D., Gaunt, A. and Spence, U. 2012. Aggregates and Archaeology in Nottinghamshire. An Assessment of the Archaeological Resource. English Heritage ALSF Project 5787.

Published Guidance Booklet:
Knight, D., Baddeley, V., Budge, D., Gaunt, A. and Spence, U. 2013. Aggregates and Archaeology in Nottinghamshire. York: York Archaeological Trust.


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