Maltby, M. J M. (2002). The animal bone. Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc 119. Vol 119, pp. 74-78.

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The animal bone
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Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc 119
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Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
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119
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74 - 78
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which reports 941 prehistoric bone fragments, with cattle being the most frequently identified species. A surprisingly high number of red deer bones were recovered. Also notes sixteen Roman and eighty-one post-medieval bone fragments
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Mark J M Maltby
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2002
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0 900197 55 2
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Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Animal Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Postmedieval Bone (Auto Detected Subject))
Cattle (Auto Detected Subject))
Prehistoric (Auto Detected Temporal)
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10 Jul 2002