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From Roman forts and roads, and medieval halls, to industrial workers housing and textile mills. Staff from the University of Salford's Centre for Applied Archaeology will present a series of short talks on recent archaeological work carried out around Manchester. How is this changing our ideas of the origin's of the city?
Wed 8 Jun 2016 1pm - 4pm
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University of Salford
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at Marble Arch Public House
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