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Published by Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service in Leicester .
Written in English


  • Earthworks (Archaeology) -- England -- Rutland (Leicestershire),
  • Rutland (Leicestershire) -- Antiquities.

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Statementby Robert F. Hartley.
SeriesLeicestershire Museums publication -- no.47, Archaeological reports series / Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service -- no.7, Archaeological reports series (Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service) -- no.7.
ContributionsLeicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service.
LC ClassificationsDA670.R9
The Physical Object
Pagination68p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20121826M
ISBN 100850221315

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