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The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine. Volume 90, 1997

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The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine. Volume 90, 1997

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SOFTBACK SHIPPED FROM THE UK.* Edition: 1st. Thus.* Impression: 1st.* Date of Publication: 1997* Publisher: TWAANHM Magazine.* Binding and cover condition: B/w logo-illustrated soft card covers on dark green ground. No bumps or rubs. Light shelf wear to edges, corners & covers. No creases to spine or hinge. Seems little used. VG+* Contents condition: Ex-Library. Neat small stamp to title Clean, crisp, tight & bright. No annotations, inscriptions or marks to text, no visible faults. No tanning. VG* Illustrations: B/w photo illustrations & line dawings within text throughout.* Pages: 177 pp. text. vii pp. obituaries & index at rear.* Product Description:- The Sarsen Horseshoe Inside Stonehenge, A Rider. Excavations of an Iron Age settlement site at Stockton. Archaeological Investigations at Tockenham 1994. A Reappraisal of the Roman Coins found in J.W.Brooke?s excavation of a late Roman wall at Cunetio (Mildenhall,) 1912. Excavations at the Hermitage, Old Town Swindon. Archaeological excavations at Lawn Farm Bulkington, 1994. A Prebend in the Making. The churches at Hurstbourne and Burbage 1100-1250. The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Salisbury. North Wiltshire demography 1676-1700. Education and the First World War in Wiltshire. Sundry notes and details of excavations in Wiltshire.* This is a NEAR FINE copy of the 1st./1st. with minimal shelf wear.*


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