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Originally posted on Walkley History:
Sheffield Independent 7 November 1887 “On Wednesday last, a man and his wife, who gave the address of Elton street, Walkley, visited Eckington in search of the parents of an infant child who had died…
death and burial through an archaeological lens
'Ginger,' 'Bits,' 'Whinge,' and other U.K. expressions that have got popular in the U.S.
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The Archaeology and Heritage of Death & Memory
Doctoral journey amongst the dead.
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