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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 72 (1984)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 72 (1984)- Cover

Table of Contents

Officers and Council of the Society 1981-82, and 1982-83.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. vii-viii)
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A Handlist of the Publications of W. M. Palmer, M. D., F. S. A., Part 2.
J. D. Pickles (pp. 001-005)
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Three Middle Bronze Age Finds from Bainton, North Cambridgeshire.
Gavin Simpson (pp. 006-009)
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An Anglo-Saxon Brooch from the Cambridgeshire Fens.
M. D. Howe (pp. 010-012)
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The Development and Topography of Saxon Cambridge.
Jeremy Haslam (pp. 013-029)
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Churches Out of Use in Cambridgeshire
Alison Taylor (pp. 030-033)
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Churches Out of Use in Cambridgeshire: 1. Gazetteer
Alison Taylor (pp. 034-038)
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Churches Out of Use in Cambridgeshire: 2. Excavation at the Site of St Benet's Church, Huntingdon, 1980.
Alison Taylor (pp. 039-043)
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Churches Out of Use in Cambridgeshire: 3. Excavations at St John's Church, Duxford.
Faye and Robert Powell (pp. 044-047)
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The Moated Site at Hardwick, West Cambridgeshire
Colin Haselgrove (pp. 048-054)
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Swavesy, Cambridgeshire: a Fortified Medieval Planned Market Town
J. R. Ravensdale (pp. 055-058)
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Ryder's Farm, Swavesy: a Late Thirteenth-Century Timber-Framed Aisled Hall
E. M. Davis (pp. 059-061)
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Stone at Cambridge Castle: an Early use of Collyweston Stone Slate
H. B. Sharp (pp. 062-078)
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The Repair and Dendronchronological Dating of a Medieval Granary from Tadlow, Cambridgeshire
Graham Black, Bob Laxton, and Gavin Simpson (pp. 079-087)
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A Survey of Dry Drayton Park, Cambridgeshire
Cambridge Archaeology Field group (pp. 088-089)
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An Ancient Christian Word-square at Great Gidding
David Sherlock (pp. 090-093)
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The Puritan Revolution and the 'Beauty of Holiness' at Cambridge: the case of John Cosin
John G. Hoffman (pp. 094-105)
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A Failure at Cambridge: Cavendish College, 1877-1892
Peter Searby (pp. 106-120)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 121-127)
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