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Editorial - Alan Vince

Submitted: August 1997 ; Published: September 1997; Words: 803 (6.1KB)
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Fish Remains and Humankind: SPECIAL COLLECTION - Andrew KG Jones and Rebecca Nicholson (editors)

Submitted: September 1996 ; Published: August 1997
Words: 25877 (177KB); Images: 16 (249KB)
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Céramique en pays sereer et tumulus sénégambiens - Stéphane Pradines

Submitted: February 1997 ; Published: August 1997
Words: 9228 (76.9KB); Images: 32 (620KB)
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A gazetteer of Sub-Roman Britain (AD 400-600): The British sites - Christopher A. Snyder

Submitted: March 1997; Published: September 1997
Words: 76526 (575KB); Images: 27 (864KB); Database
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Publishing archaeology on the web: who reads this stuff anyway? - Alan Vince

Submitted: May 1997; Published: July 1997; Words: 10484 (104KB); Images: 1 (11KB)
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FieldWorker Advanced 2.3.5 and FieldWorker Pro 0.91 GPS software - Nick Ryan, Jason Pascoe and David Morse

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Perseus 2.0: Sources and Studies on Ancient Greek Culture CD-ROM - Harrison Eiteljorg, II

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