The structure of land occupation in the level of Romney Marsh during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries

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Hipkin, S. 1998. The structure of land occupation in the level of Romney Marsh during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. in: Eddison, J., Gardiner, M. and Long, A. (ed.) Romney Marsh: Environmental Change and Human Occupation in a Coastal Lowland Oxford University School of Archaeology. pp. 147-163
AuthorsHipkin, S.
EditorsEddison, J., Gardiner, M. and Long, A.
Page range147-163
Year1998
Book titleRomney Marsh: Environmental Change and Human Occupation in a Coastal Lowland
PublisherOxford University School of Archaeology
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ISBN9780947816469
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PrintSep 1998
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