The first brooches in Britain

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The first brooches in Britain

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Early & Middle Iron Age Brooches pdf;

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j ... 6941,d.ZWU
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Thanks a lot to digest there... :g50:
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Cheers Lee :g50:

I was gobsmacked when I saw how much work had gone into the thesis, well worth a PhD :g38:
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Very interesting.
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Cheers fishwick :g50:
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will take some digesting, but will interesting reading.

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Very interesting that's just helped me identify an iron age brooch that I never new I had, found about 8 years ago. cheers
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