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Leicestershire landscapes

By Paul Bowman and Peter Liddle

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This document contains the introductory pages (pp. i-vii) of this monograph including: Contents, List of Contributors, Preface and Acknowledgements.This book is largely made up of the papers presented to the 25th anniversary conference of the Leicestershire Museums Archaeological Fieldwork Group held on 7th and 8th September 2001 at the University of Leicester, which was well supported by the local archaeological community. The papers attempt to synthesise the most recent knowledge of Leicestershire and Rutland’s archaeology. It is some twenty years since the last attempt to do this in the publication of ‘Leicestershire Archaeology – The Present State of Knowledge’ (Liddle 1982). It is the membership of the Fieldwork Group, along with the Museums’ Survey Team and Archaeological Unit and, in more recent years, the University of Leicester Archaeological Services and other contracting units, that have expanded our body of knowledge so dramatically in this time. [Taken from the preface]Supported by Leicestershire County CouncilPublisher Versio

Publisher: Leicestershire Museums Archaeological Fieldwork Group
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/9644

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