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The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis

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The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis. / Penkman, Kirsty Elizabeth Helena; McGrory, Simon.

English Heritage Research Department, 2007. 38 p. (Research Department Reports ).

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Penkman, KEH & McGrory, S 2007, The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis. Research Department Reports , vol. 75, English Heritage Research Department.

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Penkman, K. E. H., & McGrory, S. (2007). The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis. (Research Department Reports ). English Heritage Research Department.

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Penkman KEH, McGrory S. The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis. English Heritage Research Department, 2007. 38 p. (Research Department Reports ).

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Penkman, Kirsty Elizabeth Helena ; McGrory, Simon. / The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and Adjacent Areas, as Recorded in the River Gravels used as Aggregate Resources: Amino Acid Racemization Analysis. English Heritage Research Department, 2007. 38 p. (Research Department Reports ).

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