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Aspects of the medieval defences of Bristol: the town wall, the castle barbican and the Jewry

Aspects of the medieval defences of Bristol: the town wall, the castle barbican and the Jewry
Aspects of the medieval defences of Bristol: the town wall, the castle barbican and the Jewry
9780860546658
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235-250
British Archaeological Reports
Leech, Roger
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Bowden, M.
MacKay, D.
Topping, P.
Leech, Roger
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Bowden, M.
MacKay, D.
Topping, P.

Leech, Roger (1989) Aspects of the medieval defences of Bristol: the town wall, the castle barbican and the Jewry. In, Bowden, M., MacKay, D. and Topping, P. (eds.) From Cornwall to Caithness. Some Aspects of British Field Archaeology. Papers presented to Norman V. Quinnell. (BAR British Series, 209) Oxford, GB. British Archaeological Reports, pp. 235-250.

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Published date: 31 December 1989
Organisations: Archaeology

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Local EPrints ID: 349823
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/349823
ISBN: 9780860546658
PURE UUID: 61cfddaf-d08b-4792-9c13-0b5581d9e9b4

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Last modified: 06 Jul 2020 16:33

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Author: Roger Leech
Editor: M. Bowden
Editor: D. MacKay
Editor: P. Topping

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