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Fish Remains and Humankind, Editorial
Andrew KG Jones and Rebecca A Nicholson (editors)

Submitted: December 1999; Published: December 1999
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Walking the cod: an investigation into the relative robustness of cod, Gadus morhua, skeletal elements
Andrew K.G. Jones

Submitted: September 1996; Published: December 1999; Words: 4354 (47KB)
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The Excavation of a Monastic Fishing Establishment at Oldstead Grange, North Yorkshire
Richard Kemp (with a pottery report by Wendy Sherlock)

Submitted: September 1996; Published: December 1999; Words: 5554 (51KB); Images: 13 (85KB)
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Fish Remains from Excavations near the Riverfront at Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Rebecca A. Nicholson

Submitted: September 1996; Published: December 1999; Words: 6070 (61KB); Images: 5 (20KB)
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Ward, David J 1997 'A simple machine for bulk processing sediments', in AKG Jones, & R Nicholson (eds) Fish remains and humankind Internet Archaeology 3 http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue3/ward_toc.html

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