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Abbreviations

AIP – Archaeological Investigations Project (University of Bournemouth)

ASC Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

ALSF – Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund

BERR – Department of Business Enterprise and Regula- tory Reform

BRIDGE – Bristol Research Initiative for the Dynamic Global Environment

HE Historia Ecclesiastica

HWTMA – Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

JNAPC – Joint Nautical Archaeology Policy Committee NAS – Nautical Archaeology Society

NGRIP – North Greenland Ice Core Project

PMIP – Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project RCZA – Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment

RIB Roman Inscriptions from Britain

TNA – The National Archives VSc – Life of St Cuthbert

VW Eddius Stephanus

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