Peter Crew

Abstract

Excavation of another of the large diameter furnaces at Laxton has provided good structural evidence, allowing a more satisfactory reconstruction of the furnaces and of their method of operation.

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How to Cite
Laxton revisited: a first report on the 1998 excavations. (2022). Historical Metallurgy, 32(2), 49-53. https://www.hmsjournal.org/index.php/home/article/view/305
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