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Dig Hill 80 – The final push to record a WW1 Battlefield site

An archaeology Kickstarter campaign is trying to raise the funds to preserve the unique archaeology of a WW1 Battlefield site. The post Dig Hill 80 – The final push to record a WW1 Battlefield site appeared first on HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News.
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