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The use of trees and woodland in early medieval Ireland

, : The use of trees and woodland in early medieval Ireland. Irish Forestry 1997; 51(1/2): 80-94

This paper was developed from the main themes of the Augustine Henry Memorial Lecture of 1993.


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