n.a., (1999). News. Brit Archaeol 43. Vol 43, pp. 4-5.

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Title
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Title:
News
Issue
Issue
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Issue:
Brit Archaeol 43
Series
Series
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Series:
British Archaeology
Volume
Volume
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Volume:
43
Pages
Pages
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Page Start/End:
4 - 5
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DOI
Publication Type
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Publication Type:
Journal
Abstract
Abstract
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Abstract:
Signs of body-snatchers in Kingston-upon-Thames Quaker burial ground (in use between 1664 and 1814, see also 99/930); re-use of prehistoric monuments as civil defence system in AS Wessex; medicines from the Mary Rose identified. `In brief' notes a large IA/Rom wooden trough from Bury St Edmunds (Suffolk), excavation of two second-century AD barracks at Wallsend (Tyne & Wear), earliest evidence for human occupation of Scotland (charcoal filled pits and microliths from Daer Reservoir, Lanarkshire), Tewkesbury battlefield building application rejected, and David Miles new Chief Archaeologist at English Heritage.
Other Person/Org
Other Person/Org
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Other Person/Org:
Simon Denison (Compiler)
Isabel H Holroyd (Abstract author)
Year of Publication
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
1999
Locations
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Subjects / Periods:
Subject - Auto Detected: Large Iarom Wooden Trough
Subject - Auto Detected: Microliths
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1664
Subject - Auto Detected: Charcoal
Prehistoric
Subject - Auto Detected: Civil Defence System
Temporal - Auto Detected: Ad
Subject - Auto Detected: Barracks
Subject - Auto Detected: Burial
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1814
Subject - Auto Detected: Pits
Source
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Source:
The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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Created Date
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Created Date:
20 Jan 2002