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Report: The Invisible Site-Finder. A Personal View of the Role of Interpretative Survey in Archaeology, based on thirty years experience as an independent site-finder, and a comment on the low visibil ...

MS 737/12

Description Report: The Invisible Site-Finder. A Personal View of the Role of Interpretative Survey in Archaeology, based on thirty years experience as an independent site-finder, and a comment on the low visibility imposed by restricted access to publication by Dr T C Welsh, September 1998.

Date 9/1998

Collection General Collection

Catalogue Number MS 737/12

Category Manuscripts

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/804866

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Attribution: © Dr T C Welsh

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