|Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology||The Collections:|
@ the Ashmolean Museum
|•||Early Europe & Near East|
|•||Classical to Medieval|
|•||Europe from 1500|
|•||Oriental & Islamic|
Further information regarding the points raised throughout this study module can be found from the following sources:
Arkin, H. and Colton, R.R., (1963) Tables For Statisticians, New York : Barnes and Noble.
Biddle, M. (1963) The deserted medieval village of Seacourt, Berkshire, in Oxoniensia,
Bruce-Mitford, R.L.S. (1940) The excavations at Seacourt, Berkshire 1939, in Oxoniensia, 5:31-41.
Medieval Research Group Website : http://www.socmedarch.uklinux.net/
Mellor, M. (1994) Oxfordshire Pottery: a synthesis of middle and late Saxon, medieval and early post-medieval pottery in the Oxford Region, Oxoniensia LIX, 17 - 217.
Orton, C., Tyres, P. & Vince, A. (1993) Pottery in archaeology (Cambridge manuals in
archaeology), Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
Shennan, S. (1997) Quantifying Archaeology, Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press.
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