Bibliography and Abbreviations
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AHAR: Archaeology in Hampshire Annual Report.
AHPRG: Alice Holt Pottery Research Group.
AHSG: Alice Holt Survey Group.
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NFSHFC: The New Forest Section of the Hampshire Field Club.
OS: Ordnance Survey.
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