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|Peer Review Status:||Unrefereed|
|Title:||Re-interpreting the lost choir of Dunfermline Abbey: history, liturgy and ground-penetrating radar|
|Citation:||Penman M (2020) Re-interpreting the lost choir of Dunfermline Abbey: history, liturgy and ground-penetrating radar. History Scotland, 20 (6). https://www.historyscotland.com/store/back-issues/history-scotland/history-scotland-vol20issue6-novdec20-issue-116/|
|Abstract:||Part 2 of results and interpretation of interdisciplinary project to survey the over-built remains of the medieval choir and mausoleum of the Benedictine abbey of Dunfermline, Fife, combining ground-penetrating radar and historical research.|
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