Bird, J. and Kington, S. (1976). Time on our side? A survey of the archaeological needs of Greater London.

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Time on our side? A survey of the archaeological needs of Greater London
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16
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Monograph
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'What is now Greater London was until the last century a predominantly rural landscape' so it is the burial under urban development of villages, farms and hunting grounds that makes the area a case for special study. This series of period maps presents in summary form the state of current knowledge of the Palaeolithic to Medieval periods, based on the Museum of London card index.
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Joanna Bird
Sally Kington
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1976
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Location - Auto Detected: Greater London
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Palaeolithic (MIDAS)
Medieval (MIDAS)
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Date Of Issue From: 1976
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05 Dec 2008