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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 105 (2016)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 105 (2016)- Cover

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Table of Contents

A large Romano-British farmstead at North Stud, Woodditton, Cambridgeshire
Antony R R Mustchin et al (pp. 007-034)

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Enclosures adjacent to a possible villa at Tunbridge Lane, Bottisham, Cambridge
Andrew A S Newton (pp. 035-060)

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The case for reclassifying The Hythe, Reach, Cambridgeshire as a site of historic and archaeological significance
Steve Boreham et al (pp. 061-064)

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Pits and Plots: 'Backyard' Activity at Chequers Court, Huntingdon and its Implications for Understanding the High Medieval Expansion of the Town
Antony R R Mustchin (pp. 065-072)

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From William Rudstone for an orchard with two ponds' Archaeological excavation at the Thurlow Nunn Standen site, Lisle Lane, Ely
Mark Germany (pp. 073-080)

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'Government according to the Holie Scripture': Cambridgeshire's Petition against episcopacy (1641)
Graham Hart (pp. 081-098)

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The first Prisoner of War camp: a Time Team evaluation at Norman Cross, Cambridgeshire
Naomi Brennan (née Hall) (pp. 099-108)

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Cambridge College Ceramics c. 1760–1900: a brief overview
Craig Cessford (pp. 109-126)

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The Duke of Wellington, Whittlesey: the story of a 'lost' Fenland pub
Aileen Connor and Nick Gilmour (pp. 127-134)

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An Antiquarian's Crypt at Corpus Christi College: The Collection of The Rev S S Lewis
Kate A Beats (pp. 135-144)

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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2015
Rebecca Casa Hatton et al (pp. 145-164)

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"Book Reviews: The Ely Coucher Book, 1249–50. The Bishop of Ely’s Manors in the Cambridgeshire Fenland, by Susan Kilby. Catholic East Anglia: A History of the Catholic Faith in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, by Nicholas Rogers"
Kilby and Rogers (pp. 165-166)

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Index
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 167-174)

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Publication Policy
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 175-175)

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