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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 71 (1982)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 71 (1982)- Cover

Table of Contents

Officers and Council of the Society, 1980-81.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. vi-vi)
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The Cambridge Antiquarian Society's Collections, 2.
John Pickles (pp. viii-viii)
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Field Officers' Reports
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. ix-xii)
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Cambridge Archaeology Field Group: Report 4.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. xiii-xiv)
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The M11 Western By-pass: Three Sites near Cambridge. Obelisk Kilns, Harston.
Joyce Pullinger and C. J. Young (pp. 001-024)
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The M11 Western By-pass: Three Sites near Cambridge. Lingey Fen, Haslingfield.
Joyce Pullinger, Veryan Heal and A. J. Legge (pp. 025-040)
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The M11 Western By-pass: Three Sites near Cambridge. Edmundsoles, Haslingfield.
T. E. and M. Miller (pp. 041-072)
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Two Radio-carbon Dates from the Cremation Pit at Pilsgate, near Barnack
Francis Pryor (pp. 073-074)
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A Buried Peat Band at Manea, Cambs
David Hall and Roy Switsur (pp. 075-080)
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Roman-British Salt Production on the Western Fen-edge: a Re-assessment
David Gurney (pp. 081-088)
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A Saxon Glass Beaker from Dry Drayton, Cambs
D. B. Harden and Alison Taylor (pp. 089-094)
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Recent Discoveries in Gonville and Cauis College, Cambridge.
Hugh Richmond, Catherine Hall and Alison Taylor (pp. 095-110)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 111-115)
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