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How to cite Crsbi

    • We suggest that the following format be used when referring to pages on this website:
      Author's Last Name, First Name, 'Title of Document.' Title of Complete Work. Protocol and address, access path or directories (date of access).
    • For example: Baxter, Ron, 'Abingdon Abbey, Berkshire.' The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland https://www.crsbi.ac.uk/view-item?i=16001 (20 June 2020)
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    • As it would help us to demonstrate to funders the use that is being made of CRSBI if you could advise us when making significant reference to CRSBI in a publication or thesis; please e-mail details to the fieldworker coordinator at fieldworker@crsbi.org.