Death, Burial and Identity is a work about archeological excavations in North Yorkshire. NAA has researched different burial sites which ranged in period from the bronze age to the Anglo-Saxon period.
This volume was published by the Northern Archeological Associates in 2019, and much to their credit they released it under Creative Commons licence 4.0 (source). When clicking the “pdf” button, please keep in mind that the file size is a hefty 225 MB.
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