Scratching the surface: the use of sheepskin parchment to deter textual erasure in early modern legal deeds
Heritage Science, March 2021
Sean Paul Doherty, Stuart Henderson, Sarah Fiddyment, Jonathan Finch, Matthew J. Collins
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