Infernal Traffic: Excavation of a Liberated African Graveyard in Rupert's Valley, St Helena

Andrew Pearson, 2012

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Appendices

Appendix D1 Structural Catalogue PDF 3 Mb
Appendix D2 Finds Catalogue PDF 3 Mb
Appendix D3 Bead Catalogue PDF 43 Kb
Appendix D4 Osteological Catalogue PDF 72 Kb
Appendix D5 Disarticulated Human Remains PDF 28 Kb
Appendix D6 Supplementary Images PDF 5 Mb

Excavation Archive

Original Site Record
Context Index PDF 1 Mb
Context Register PDF 35 Mb
Evaluation Trench Register PDF 2 Mb
Photographic Index PDF 3 Mb
Plan and Drawing Register PDF 3 Mb
Sample Forms PDF 1 Mb
Sample Register PDF 499 Kb
Site Plans and Drawings PDF 3 Mb
Small Finds Register PDF 2 Mb
Finds conservation and analysis
Conservation Assessment PDF 72 Kb
Treatment Record SF67 PDF 23 Kb
X-Ray analysis PDF 9 Mb
Project Management Documents
Post Excavation Research Design PDF 73 Kb
Press Release 24 September 2009 PDF 52 Kb

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