Vuolteenaho, J., Betts, I. M., Pipe, A. and Richardson, B. (2010). New evidence for the London-Colclester Roman road and adjacent settlement at Bow/Old Ford. London Archaeologist 12 (8). Vol 12(8), pp. 223-227. https://doi.org/10.5284/1071193. Cite this via datacite

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New evidence for the London-Colclester Roman road and adjacent settlement at Bow/Old Ford
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London Archaeologist 12 (8)
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London Archaeologist
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12 (8)
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28
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223 - 227
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1071193
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Reports evidence for a road and roadside settlement, constructed in the Early Roman period, with further development until the early fifth century AD. PP-B
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Johanna Vuolteenaho
Ian M Betts
Alan Pipe
Beth Richardson
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2010
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Early Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Early Fifth Century Ad Ppb (Auto Detected Temporal)
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Settlement (Auto Detected Subject))
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25 Aug 2011