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BM, London: The British Museum, Bloomsbury, London.

BNFAS: Bulletin of the Northamptonshire Federation of Archaeological Societies (from Vol. I (1966) to Vol. VII (1972); thereafter NA, see below).

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NDCAU: Northampton Development Corporation Archaeological Unit.

Northampton Mus: Central Museum and Art Gallery, Guildhall Road, Northampton.

Northants CCAU: Northamptonshire County Council Archaeological Unit, Northampton.

OS: Ordnance Survey.

Peterborough Mus: Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery Priestgate, Peterborough.

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