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Towton, 1461: An integrated approach to battlefield archaeology

By Tim L. Sutherland and Armin R. Schmidt

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Topics: Towton, Battlefield Archaeology
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:bradscholars.brad.ac.uk:10454/818
Provided by: Bradford Scholars

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