Excavations in medieval Southampton 1953-1969 by Colin Platt

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StatementColin Platt and Richard Coleman-Smith with P.A.Faulkner, [et al]. Vol.1, The excavation reports.
ContributionsColeman-Smith, R.
The Physical Object
Pagination356p. :
Number of Pages356
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