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Finds - Aberdeen's Carmelite Friary. Data query

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More ID Find Type Secondary Find Type Generic Grouping Phase Layer Feature Burial Number
More 961 Building materials Roof slate Building materials 5b A261    
More 1742 Iron   Coffin and shroud fittings 5b A261    
More 904 Copper alloy   Coffin and shroud fittings 5b A261    
More 2292 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 460 Lead   Lead waste 5b A261    
More 453 Lead   Building materials 5b A261    
More 414 Lead   Building materials 5b A261    
More 410 Lead   Building materials 5b A261    
More 590 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 591 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 592 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 593 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 594 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 595 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 596 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 597 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 598 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 599 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 600 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    
More 601 Window glass   Building materials 5b A261    

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