A Conversation for Anglo-Saxon Isle of Wight

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Bluebottle

...on Anglo-Saxon Isle of Wight is complete, and should be listed as such.

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h2g2Support

Hi, Anna's still away, but I'll draw her attention to this when she gets back. smiley - ok


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Bluebottle

Thanks smiley - smiley

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World Service Memoryshare team

Hi Bluebottle,

It should be under completed projects now. Thanks for pointing it out smiley - smiley

Anna


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Post 5

Bluebottle

Thanks - now I'd better get started on finishing my project on the Isle of Wight during the Second World War. smiley - winkeye

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World Service Memoryshare team

Cool smiley - ok


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Post 7

Bluebottle

One more thing, the article A664661 Dinosaurs of The Isle of Wight - Live From Dinosaur Island, isn't listed as "Edited".

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World Service Memoryshare team

Whoops, it is now smiley - blush


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Post 9

Bluebottle

Thanks!

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Uni Project: Anglo Saxon Isle of Wight - Completed

Post 10

Bluebottle

Edited Entries:
A599664 - Anglo-Saxon Isle of Wight
A599682 - 400 - 900AD
A599691 - 900 - 1066AD
A599718 - Churches
A599673 - Day-To-Day Life
A599709 - Legends

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Editorial Note: This conversation has been moved from 'Faculty of Arts and Entertainment' to 'Faculty of History, Philosophy and Spirituality'.

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Editorial Note: This conversation has been moved from 'Faculty of History, Philosophy and Spirituality' to 'Anglo-Saxon Isle of Wight'.

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