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Handbook of Gloucestershire archaeology
|Statement||compiled by Alison Allden, Tim Darvill, and Alan Saville for the Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire.|
|Contributions||Darvill, T. C., Saville, Alan, 1946-, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Archaeological handbook of the county of Gloucester: being an explanatory description of the archaeological map of Gloucestershire, by the same author, on which are shown ancient camps, 26 Roman villas, 40 long barrows, round barrows, and a large number of British and Roman roads.
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