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107/2008 The Aggregate Landscape of Hampshire: Results of NMP Mapping (ALSF 4766)
This report outlines the results of the mapping of archaeological sites from aerial photographs within
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102/2016 The SPAB Research Report 2: The SPAB Building Performance Survey 2016
This report is the sixth in a series, which details the interim findings of the SPAB's Building Performance
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3241 "WOOD" SAMPLES FROM BURY ST EDMUNDS
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87/2005 ‘An industrial suburb’: The commercial buildings of South shoreditch 1850-1980 - Part Two: The Gazetteer
In 2002 Hackney Council, the Greater London Authority Group and English Heritage commissioned an Urban
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16/2017 ‘The Time Ball, The Guildhall, Kingston-upon-Hull: History, Context and Significance
Since 1915, a time ball has surmounted the clock tower of Hull’s Guildhall, a Grade-II*-listed building
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98/2019 “Bitter and Twisted” 1 Middle Row, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire: Tree-ring Analysis and Radiocarbon Wiggle-matching of Elm Timbers
Elm samples were taken from the central and east trusses and their associated timbers in the east-west
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166/2020 1 Spring Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire: Tree-Ring Dating of Oak Timbers
Six oak timbers were sampled for dendrochronology. The ring-width series from two pairs of samples cross-matched
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20/2012 1, 3, and 5 Higher Street, Dartmouth, Devon: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers
A total of sixteen timbers were sampled from various elements of the western side of the building complex
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1/1986 1/1986 - PRELIMINARY REPORT ON A MOLLUSC ASSEMBLAGE FROM ST. GEORGE'S FIELD, YORK.
This short report describes freshwater molluscs from a pilot sample of sediments excavated near the
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99/2019 11 King’s Quay Street / 11 St Austin’s Lane, Harwich, Essex: Tree-ring Analysis and Radiocarbon Wiggle-matching of Elm and Oak Timbers
A number of elm timbers were initially assessed as being potentially useful for ringwidth dendrochronology.
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