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Philip Kiernan, Miniature Votive Offerings in the Roman North-West (MENTOR: Studien zu Metallarbeiten und Toreutik der Antike 4, Mainz und Ruhpolding: Verlag Franz Philipp Rutzen, 2009, 299 pp., 143 b/w illustr., hbk, ISBN 978-3-941336-45-2, 978-3-447-05991-6)

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Howard Williams*
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Department of History and Archaeology, University of Chester, UK

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Green, M., 1984. The Wheel as a Cult-Symbol in the Romano-Celtic World. Brussels: Latomus.Google Scholar
Williams, H., 2007. Transforming body and soul: toilet implements in early Anglo-Saxon graves. In Semple, S. and Williams, H. (eds), Early Medieval Mortuary Practices. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 14: 6691. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology.Google Scholar

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Philip Kiernan, Miniature Votive Offerings in the Roman North-West (MENTOR: Studien zu Metallarbeiten und Toreutik der Antike 4, Mainz und Ruhpolding: Verlag Franz Philipp Rutzen, 2009, 299 pp., 143 b/w illustr., hbk, ISBN 978-3-941336-45-2, 978-3-447-05991-6)
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