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Caerwent Roman City. Welsh Office Official Handbook. by 0.E. Craster ISBN 13: 9780117901322

ISBN 10: 0117901326

Paperback; Box Green: Her Majesty's Stationery Office: Cardiff, 1981; ISBN-13: 978-0117901322

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Caerwent Roman City. Welsh Office Official Handbook

by 0.E. Craster

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box green: Her Majesty's Stationery Office: Cardiff, 1981. Pamphlet. Good. Condition good. ref ZKVQ
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Caerwent Roman City

by Craster, O E

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ISBN 13
9780117901322
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0117901326
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HMSO Cardiff 1981 PB With fold-out plan. Stapled booklet, VG 32pp 0
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