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by J.R. Bruce

eBook Manx Archaeological Survey: Report 6 download ISBN: 090110602X
Author: J.R. Bruce
Publisher: Manx Museum (December 1968)
Language: English
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R. Bruce: The Manx Archaeological Survey, 6th Report (1966)-Keeills and Burial Grounds in the Sheading of Rushen (with Index to all six reports). Douglas: The Manx Museum and National Trust, 1968. 84 p. 19 pl. 16 figs. 50s. (cloth), 35s. (stiff paper).

R. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 January 2015.

Archaeological Survey is the first volume in a new series, Manuals in Archaeological Method . The book surveys the methods, technologies, and theoretical approaches that archaeologists use to find, record, and analyze archaeological sites.

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Other documents relate to the Manx Archaeological Survey Report VI on the Keeils in Rushen. Administrative, Biographical History. John Ronald Bruce (1894-1986), marine biologist and local antiquarian on the Isle of Man was born in to Liverpool. Separated material held by Manx National Heritage includes photographs belonging to J. R. Bruce, documenting subjects such as Manx domestic buildings, farming, fishing, mining, folk life, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, the TT, architecture, shipping, arts and crafts and Great Britain and Ireland. Reference number: PG/13650.

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