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  • : Leisure maps summary lists

    Hi everyone, I have made site-wide minor revisions to the Small Scale lists to make them more smartphone friendly. No content changes this time, but the

    lez_watson 1 day ago
  • Early surveying equipment

    I have just transcribed part of the 'Catalogue of the mathematical and philosophical instruments of the late Sir George Shuckburgh Evelyn, Bart'. [1751-1804]

    7 days ago
  • King John's Palace in Sherwood Forest- latest results, and Field sch

    Hi,. Here is some information on Mercian's archaeological field school this summer which might be of interest. If anyone wishes to come and be part of the

    oakdene.research@btinternet.com 8 days ago

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