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‘From Optik to Haptik’: Celticism, symbols and stones in the 1930s

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  1. Public engagement, outreach and knowledge exchange - Participation in radio programme
  2. The Stone Called Saxagonus

    Peter Mackay (Participant)
    2 Jan 2018

    Activity: Other activity typesPublic engagement, outreach and knowledge exchange - Participation in radio programme

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