Denison, S., (1996). News. Brit Archaeol 17. Vol 17, pp. 4-5.

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News
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Issue:
Brit Archaeol 17
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Series:
British Archaeology
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Volume:
17
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Page Start/End:
4 - 5
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Journal
Abstract
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Abstract:
Threats to AS defences at Wallingford (Oxon), issues surrounding government guidelines on the treatment of human remains raised after discovery of a mass grave from a battle near Towton (Wars of the Roses), and the launch of Internet Archaeology are detailed. In brief, information on National Archaeology Days, Treasure Trove reform, and Romans in Norfolk.
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Author:
Simon Denison
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Other Person/Org:
Isabel H Holroyd (Abstract author)
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
1996
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Subjects / Periods:
Subject - Auto Detected: Human Remains
Subject - Auto Detected: Grave
Subject - Auto Detected: Defences
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Source:
The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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20 Jan 2002