The Archaeology of Death in Post-medieval Europe
by Sarah Tarlow (ed.)
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter & Co. 2015
Number of pages: 237
There is now a real appetite on the part of those researching the burial practices of the last 500 years or so for an opportunity to present and discuss our work. This volume represents, we hope, an early contribution to an international discussion of what is still a new and fragmented area of archaeological research.
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