Entry from British & World English dictionary
The place where an object is found.
- These identifications are generally based upon style, not upon find-spots.
- Reviews of exhibitions, catalogues, or publications that do not follow these guidelines should state that the exhibition or publication in question includes material without known archaeological find-spot.
- This find spot lay within the study area defined for the 1997 survey, and certainly provided an encouraging and auspicious start to the year's work.
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