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Residential differentiation in the nineteenth-century city.

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Published

Publication date1979
Host publicationSpace, hierarchy and society: Interdisciplinary studies in social area analysis.
EditorsB. C. Burnham, J. Kingsbury
Place of publicationOxford
PublisherBritish Archaeological Reports
Number of pages259
Edition59
ISBN (Print)086054060X
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Publication series

NameBritish archaeological reports. international series
PublisherBritish Archaeological Reports

Bibliographic note

Cambridge Interdisciplinary Conference (3rd : 1978 : St John's College)