1 edition of East Midland arcaheological bulletin found in the catalog.
East Midland arcaheological bulletin
by University of Nottingham, Department of Adult Education in Nottingham
Written in English
|Statement||edited by B. M. Beeby. No.10, 1974 (relating to 1967).|
|Contributions||Beeby, B. M., University of Nottingham. Department of Adult Education.|
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The volume is the product of the first two stages of the three-stage East Midlands Archaeological Research Framework project, sponsored jointly by English Heritage and the local authorities of the region.
The aims of this document are: To provide an accessible and up to date overview of the current state of archaeological knowledge in the region. Research Frameworks# East Midlands Research Frameworks Barrett, D a An Archaeological Resource Assessment of the Later Bronze and Iron Ages (The First Millennium BC) In Derbyshire PDF File.
Barrett, D b An Archaeological Resource Assessment for Anglo-Saxon Derbyshire PDF File. Barrett, D c An Archaeological Resource Assessment for Post-medieval Derbyshire PDF File.
The East Midlands Collection was formally established in with its own librarian and from shared a Reading Room with the Department of Manuscripts. The Library had by then been acquiring regional literature for more than 40 years, and the Collection today has grown to the level of over books and pamphlets with over The Archaeology Resource Book Peter Halkon, Mike Corbishley, Gareth Binns.
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East Midlands Archaeological Research Frameworks PDF File. Bishop, M c An archaeological resource assessment of the 1st millennium BC in Nottinghamshire.
East Midlands Archaeological Research Frameworks PDF File. Bishop, M d An archaeological resource assessment of Anglo-Saxon Nottinghamshire.
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