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      3D Imaging as a Public Engagement Tool: Investigating an Ox Cranium Used in Target Practice at Vindolanda

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      Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal

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                Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal
                Open Library of the Humanities
                2515-2289
                June 21 2019
                June 21 2019
                2019
                June 21 2019
                June 21 2019
                2019
                : 2
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                10.16995/traj.364
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