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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 79 (1992)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 79 (1992)- Cover

Table of Contents

The Cambridge Antiquarian society and its 150th Anniversary.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. v-vi)
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CAS Appeal: donations to October 1990.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. vii-viii)
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Members of the Society in the 150th Anniversary Year, 1990.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. ix-xvi)
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Cambridge and the antiquaries, 1500- 1840: the 150th Anniversary Lecture, delivered on 12 March 1990.
C. N. L. Brooke (pp. 001-012)
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The Walker Collection: a quantitative analysis of lithic material from the March/Manea area of the Cambridgeshire Fens.
Robert Middleton wih illustrations by R. A. Parkin (pp. 013-038)
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The Bassingbourn Diana: a comparison with other bronze figures of Diana found in Britain
Joan P. Alcock (pp. 039-044)
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Barrington Anglo-Saxon cemetery, 1989.
Tim Malim (pp. 045-062)
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St Neots Priory 1989.
Wendy Horton & Gerald Wait (pp. 063-069)
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The lost stained glass of Cambridge.
Graham Chainey (pp. 070-081)
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A different kind of Cambridge antiquarian: Marshall Fisher and his Ely Museum.
Nigel Holman (pp. 082-092)
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Excavations in Cambridgeshire, 1989 and 1990.
Alison Taylor (pp. 093-096)
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Book review: the drainage of Wilbraham, Fulbourn and Teversham Fens.
D. T. & M. D. C. (pp. 097-097)
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Index to the Volume.
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