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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 65.2 (1974)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 65.2 (1974)- Cover

Table of Contents

Officers and Council of the Society, 1973-74.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. iv-iv)
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Two Bronze Age Burials near Pilsgate, Lincolnshire.
Francis Pryor and Calvin Wells (pp. 001-012)
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The Pre-Danish Estate of Peteborough Abbey.
W. T. W. Potts (pp. 013-027)
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Hereward 'the Wake'
Cyril Hart (pp. 028-040)
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Further finds from the Moated Site near Archers Wood, Sawtry, Huntingdonshire.
Stephen Moorhouse (pp. 041-045)
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A Distinctive Type of Late Medieval Pottery in the Eastern Midlands: a definition and preliminary statement.
Stephen Moorhouse (pp. 046-059)
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In Search of Sabina: a Study in Cambridge topography
Catherine P. Hall (pp. 060-078)
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An Early Seventeenth-century Pit Goup from Bene't Street, Cambridge.
Michael R. McCarthy (pp. 079-092)
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Eighteenth-century Brick-tile Cladding in the City of Cambridge.
Terence Paul Smith (pp. 093-101)
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The Huntingdonshire Constabulary before 1857.
Joanna Brown (pp. 102-111)
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Two Letters: I. Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter, 1423 byR. Swanson; II. Richard Bentley, 1722 byFrancis Jacques Sypher.
Francis Jacques Sypher (pp. 112-116)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 117-133)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (incorporating the Cambs & Hunts Archaeological Society). Volume LXV (Part 2). January 1973 to December 1974. [Complete Volume] PDF 7 Mb