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Welsh History Review

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Vol. 2, nos. 1-4 1964-65

Some reflections on early Welsh society and economy

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of the Castle Ditch, Eddisbury, 1935-38'. THSLC, CII
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Parc-y-meirch, Denb. H. N. Savory, 'The excavations at
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Abbreviations used in references.
AC Archaeologia Cambrensis.
AJ Archaeological Journal.
AW 62 Archaeology in Wales 1962 (Annual Newsletter of
Group 2 (Wales and Monmouthshire) of the Council
for British Archaeology.
TDHS Transactions, Denbighshire Historical Society.
THSLC Transactions, Historic Society of Lancashire and
Cheshire.
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