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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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The order thus corresponds broadly to that adopted in the corresponding fascicules of the Roman Inscriptions of Britain.
The classification and plate-numbering systems were Pottier's: baffling to future generations, these were designed so that plates from different fascicules could be re-organized to facilitate comparisons of material of the same class in different museums and countries.
Beazley was far more positive about Pottier's projects and especially supportive of the CVA, writing two fascicules himself and providing meticulous reviews of 62 others.
Whilst we have become used to the publication of volumes, fascicules and syntheses from excavations in the likes of York, London, Canterbury and Colchester, output for Lincoln has seemed small in comparison.
The description of the access routes and of the architecture of the Temple Complex is not particularly easy to follow, dependent as it is on fascicules which have not yet been published.
With the change of cover and smaller format, and the breaking of the annual volume into quarterly fascicules - all this after a gap year - this volume 13 for 1996 begins, in effect, a new series.