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Author(s): Crowson, Andrew
Bayliss, Alex
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Title: Dating a burnt mound and its beakers at Northwold, Norfolk
Editor(s): Evin, J
Oberlin, C
Daugas, JP
Salles, JF
Citation: Crowson A & Bayliss A (1999) Dating a burnt mound and its beakers at Northwold, Norfolk In: Evin J, Oberlin C, Daugas JP, Salles JF (ed.) Actes du 3eme congres international: Archaeologie et 14C, Lyon, 6-10 Avril 1998 Revue d'Archeometrie Suppl 1999 et Soc Prehist Fr Memoire, Lyon, France: Society Prehistorique Francaise. 14C et archeologie: 3eme congres international, 6.4.1998 - 10.4.1998, Lyon, pp. 243-248.
Issue Date: 1999
Series/Report no.: Mémoires de la Société préhistorique française, 26
Conference Name: 14C et archeologie: 3eme congres international
Conference Dates: 1998-04-06T00:00:00Z
Conference Location: Lyon
Status: Book Chapter: publisher version
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