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Whitton An Iron Age and Roman Farmstead in South Glamorgan by Michael G. Jarrett, Stuart Wrathmell

Whitton An Iron Age and Roman Farmstead in South Glamorgan



Whitton An Iron Age and Roman Farmstead in South Glamorgan by Michael G. Jarrett, Stuart Wrathmell

About the Author

Michael Jarrett was a Professor of archaeology at Cardiff University. Stuart Wrathmell taught archaeology at University College, Cardiff and worked as a freelance archaeologist before moving into a government post managing the West Yorkshire Archaeology Service.

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Publication date

1st January 1981


Michael G. Jarrett, Stuart Wrathmell

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University of Wales Press


298 pages


Social & cultural history

Ancient history: to c 500 CE
Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500



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