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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 76 (1988)

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Table of Contents

Quakerism in Cambridge before the Act of Toleration (1653-1689)
Laurel Phillipson (pp. 001-026)
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Nomads in 'Waterland'? Prehistoric Transhumance and Fenland Archaeology
Christopher Evans (pp. 027-040)
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Ernest Greenfield's Excavations at Exning Roman Villa
C. J. Webster (pp. 041-066)
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Denny Abbey: The Nuns' Refectory
Jem Poster and David Sherlock (pp. 067-082)
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Excavation at Riverside, Thompsons Lane, Cambridge
Paul Firman and Joyce Pullinger (pp. 083-096)
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Music at Jesus College, Cambridge, c. 1557-1679
Ian Payne (pp. 097-104)
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Royal Mandates for Degrees in the Reign of Charles II (1660-85): An Aspect of the Crown's Influence in the University of Cambridge
John Twigg (pp. 105-112)
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The First Cottage of Clay Bats?
John McCann (pp. 113-121)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 122-124)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (incorporating The Cambs and Hunts Archaeological Society). Volume LXXVI for 1987. [Complete Volume] PDF 10 Mb