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1. archaeological.
2. archaeology.
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A team from the univer sity's commercial archaeol ogy consultancy unit and academics from the depart ments of archaeology and earth sciences worked together to excavate and analyse the skeletons, with the work funded by Dur ham University.
Archaeol (di-0-phytanylglycerol) is double ether of sn-l-glycerol where positions 2 and 3 are bound to phytanyl residues.
Linford, "Stepped frequency ground-penetrating radar survey with a multi-element array antenna: Results from field application on archaeological sites," Archaeol.
Magnetic prospecting of diachronic structures (antiquity to First World War) on the site of the Sanctuary of Ribemont-sur-Ancre (Somme, France), Archaeol.
2001): "Executive functions of the frontal lobes and the evolutionary ascendancy of Horno sapiens", Cambridge Archaeol.
43) Frank O'Gorman, `The Election of 1784 in Chester', Jl Cheshire Archaeol.
xxix (1981); also his `The Complexity of Manorial Structure in Medieval Norfolk: A Case Study', Norfolk Archaeol.
Kenyon, `Petworth Town and Trades, 1610-1760', Sussex Archaeol.
Daniels, `The Anglo-Saxon Monastery at Church Close, Hartlepool, Cleveland', Archaeol.
For Hartlepool: Daniels, `Anglo-Saxon Monastery at Church Close, Hartlepool', 203-4; Daniels, `Hartlepool', Current Archaeol.
and Archaeol relating to Montgornery shire and its Borders, xxxiii (1904), pp.
Bridge, "Souling Songs", Jl Architectural, Archaeol.