1948 in archaeology

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The year 1948 in archaeology involved some significant events.

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References

  1. Hurst, John (1986). "The medieval countryside". In Longworth, Ian; Cherry, John (eds.). Archaeology in Britain since 1945: new directions . London: British Museum. p.  201. ISBN   0-7141-2035-9.