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Early Medieval Whithorn: the Irish Sea context: 21st Whithorn Lecture 2013

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Early Medieval Whithorn: the Irish Sea context: 21st Whithorn Lecture 2013

by Griffiths, David

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ISBN 13
9780956368737
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Whithorn: Friends of the Whithorn Trust, 2014 The twenty first Whithorn Lecture: social and economic links with the Hiberno-Norse. Stapled booklet, VG.

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Byre Books GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
Early Medieval Whithorn: the Irish Sea context: 21st Whithorn Lecture 2013
Author
Griffiths, David
Format/binding
Soft cover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
1
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0956368735
ISBN 13
9780956368737
Publisher
Friends of the Whithorn Trust
Place of Publication
Whithorn
Date published
2014
Keywords
ARCHAEOLOGY, ARCHEOLOGY, HISTORY, WHITHORN, WHITHORN TRUST

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