Topics, Notes and Comments

@article{Finneran2003TopicsNA,
  title={Topics, Notes and Comments},
  author={Niall Finneran},
  journal={Folklore},
  year={2003},
  volume={114},
  pages={107 - 114}
}
The year 2001 marks the one-hundredth year since the birth of one of the most compelling, if not controversial, figures in the history of twentieth-century British Archaeology. Thomas “Tom” Lethbridge (1901–71) was at one time an honorary keeper of Anglo-Saxon antiquities at the University of Cambridge, author of a number of books on the British Dark Ages and maritime archaeology, a leading light in the Cambridge Antiquarian Society; but he is perhaps better known today as the pioneer in the… Expand

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