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Recent advances in the archaeology of Roman Carmarthenshire.

John H. Little

Recent advances in the archaeology of Roman Carmarthenshire.

by John H. Little

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Carmarthenshire Studies: Essays Presented to Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D., D.L., M.A., F.S.A., Wales Herald Extraordinary, to Mark His Retirement as County.

Recent advances in the archaeology of Roman Carmarthenshire. --Barnes, T. Carmarthenshire records and their custody. --Smith, P. Historical domestic architecture in Dyfed.

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