Series: The Archaeology of York: The Small Finds

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The Archaeology of York: Finds from a Roman Sewer System and an Adjacent Building in Church Street, York v.17 (Vol 17) by Arthur MacGregor17/1
Roman Finds from Skeldergate and Bishophill by Arthur MacGregor17/2
Anglo-Scandinavian Finds from Lloyds Bank, Pavement, and Other Sites (Vol 17) by Arthur MacGregor17/3
Finds from Parliament Street and other sites in the City Centre by Dominic Tweedle17/4
Textiles, Cordage and Raw Fibre from 16-22 Coppergate by Penelope Walton17/5
Anglo-Scandinavian ironwork from 16-22 Coppergate, York: c.850-1100 A.D by Patrick Ottaway6
Archaeology of York: The Small Finds v.17 (Vol 17) by Justine Bayley7
The Anglian Helmet from Coppergate by Dominic Tweddle8
Anglian and other finds from Fishergate by Nicola S.H. Rogers17/9
Finds from the Fortress by H. E. M. Cool17/10
Textile Production at 16-22 Coppergate by Walton Rogers17/11
Bone, Antler, Ivory and Horn from Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York by A. MacGregor17/12
Wood & Woodworking in Anglo-Scandinavian & Medieval York by Carole A. Morris17/13
Craft Industry and Everyday Life: The Archaeology of York, The Small Finds (v. 17) by A. J. Mainman14
Finds from Medieval York by Patrick Ottaway15
Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York by Quita Mould17/16

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volume 17 of The Archaeology of York


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