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Finds - Aberdeen's Carmelite Friary. Data query

Records returned: 1 - 17 of 17 for 'Secondary Find Type = Tile/Brick'
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More ID Find Type Secondary Find Type Generic Grouping Phase Layer Feature Burial Number
More 1272 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A764    
More 1258 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A484 AKV  
More 1269 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 6 A472 AJV  
More 1273 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 5a A830 AND  
More 1268 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 6 A486    
More 1267 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 5c A584    
More 1271 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 6 A491    
More 1270 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A538    
More 1173 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 7 A694    
More 1106 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 5b A390    
More 1107 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A1    
More 1109 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 6 A365 AGG  
More 1110 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 5b A350    
More 1111 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A519    
More 1116 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A1    
More 1256 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A4    
More 1218 Building materials Tile/Brick Building materials 9 A1217    

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