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Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds

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Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds. / Richards, Julian D; Ashby, Steve; Austin, Tony; Haldenby, David; Hummler, Madeleine; Jelley, Elizabeth; Richardson, Jane; Roskams, Steve; Niven, Kieron.

In: The Archaeological Journal, Vol. 170, No. 1, 2014, p. 201-271.

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Richards, JD, Ashby, S, Austin, T, Haldenby, D, Hummler, M, Jelley, E, Richardson, J, Roskams, S & Niven, K 2014, 'Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds', The Archaeological Journal, vol. 170, no. 1, pp. 201-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/00665983.2013.11021005

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Richards, J. D., Ashby, S., Austin, T., Haldenby, D., Hummler, M., Jelley, E., Richardson, J., Roskams, S., & Niven, K. (2014). Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds. The Archaeological Journal, 170(1), 201-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/00665983.2013.11021005

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Richards JD, Ashby S, Austin T, Haldenby D, Hummler M, Jelley E et al. Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds. The Archaeological Journal. 2014;170(1):201-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/00665983.2013.11021005

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Richards, Julian D ; Ashby, Steve ; Austin, Tony ; Haldenby, David ; Hummler, Madeleine ; Jelley, Elizabeth ; Richardson, Jane ; Roskams, Steve ; Niven, Kieron. / Cottam, Cowlam and environs: an Anglo-Saxon estate on the Yorkshire Wolds. In: The Archaeological Journal. 2014 ; Vol. 170, No. 1. pp. 201-271.

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