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Giles, K., Masinton, A., & Arnott, G. (2012). Visualising the Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon: digital models as research tools in buildings archaeology. Internet Archaeology, (32). doi:10.11141/ia.32.1

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To cite a specific section or to quote from an article, we recommend keeping only the main reference as above in your bibliography but to use the format (Author/Date/Section name/number) in the in-text reference e.g. (Giles et al. 2012, 4.1)

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