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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 68 (1978)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 68 (1978)- Cover

Table of Contents

Officers and Council of the Society, 1977-1978.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. vii-vii)
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The Society's Room and The Proceedings.
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Field Officer's Report.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. ix-x)
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The Field Walking Group of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. First Report.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. xi-xiv)
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A Roman Lead Tank from Burwell, Cambridgeshire.
Christopher J. Guy (pp. 001-004)
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The Roman Farm Settlement at Godmanchester, II.
W. H. C. Frend (pp. 005-016)
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A Fragment of Pre-Conquest Sculpture from Balsham, Cambridgeshire.
Dominic Tweddle (pp. 017-020)
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Elm - A Field Survey.
David Hall and D. R. Wilson (pp. 021-046)
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An Investigation of Royston Cave.
Sylvia P. Beamon and Lisa G. Donel (pp. 047-058)
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Cambridgeshire Earthwork Surveys, III.
A. E. Brown and C. C. Taylor (pp. 059-076)
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Benjamin Flower and the Politics of Dissent.
M. J. Murphy (pp. 077-088)
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Coaching Routes of the Cambridge Region, 1820 - 1850.
David H. Kennett (pp. 089-104)
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The Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
J. G. Pollard (pp. 105-116)
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Book Reviews: Godwin, H. Sir. 1978. Fenland: its ancient past and uncertain future. Cambridge University Press, 196pp
R. Evans (pp. 117-117)
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Book Reviews: Prehistoric Cambridgeshire. Alison Taylor. 1977.
John Alexander (pp. 117-117)
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Book Reviews: Roman Cambridgeshire. David M. Browne. 1977.
Joan Liversidge (pp. 118-118)
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Book Reviews: Anglo-Saxon Cambridgeshire.Alison Taylor 1978.
Catherine Hills (pp. 118-118)
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Book Reviews: Medieval Cambridgeshire.H. C. Darby. 1977.
C. C. Taylor (pp. 118-118)
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Book Reviews: H. J. M. Green, Godmanchester. The Oleander Press of Cambridge. 1977.
D. R. Wilson (pp. 119-119)
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Book Reviews: Some recent publications in Cambridgeshire local history.
Dorothy Owen (pp. 119-119)
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Note on Four Anglo-Saxon Pots in Luton Museum.
T. Briscoe (pp. 121-122)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 123-129)
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