Piglets in the peat - why are they still there after several months?

Author(s): Heather Gill-Robinson

Editor(s): P Hoffman; T Dlay; T Grant; Spriggs

Year: 1996


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Piglets in the peat - why are they still there after several months?. Heather Gill-Robinson, P Hoffman, T Dlay, T Grant, Spriggs. In Proceedings of the 6th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, York 1996. Pp. 103-108. Bremerhaven: Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum. 1996 ( tDAR id: 417713)

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ExArc Id(s): 3969


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