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Open Access Archaeology Digest #271

Todays list of Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

Late medieval pottery plant-holders from eastern Yorkshire [Humber ware]
http://bit.ly/19zKrql


Notice of a small Cemetery, containing Deposits of Cinerary Urns and Burnt Bones, on the Estate of Balbirnie, in Fife; and of a similar Cemetery, also containing Deposits of Urns and Burnt Bones, at Sheriff-flats, Lanarkshire; with Notes on the Classification of the Different Varieties of Urns found in Scotland.
http://bit.ly/178YAHp


Late Anglo-Saxon or early Anglo-Norman cloisonne enamel brooches
http://bit.ly/15UY235


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