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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 83 (1995)

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Table of Contents

Little Paxton Quarry, Diddington, Cambs.: Archaeological Excavations 1992-3.
Alex Jones (pp. 007-022)
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A Late Iron Age/Romano-British Settlement at Madingley, Cambridgeshire
J. B. Tipper (pp. 023-030)
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Excavation of a Roman Site near Wimpole, Cambs., 1989
Wendy Horton, Gavin Lucas & Gerald A. Wait (pp. 031-074)
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The Excavation of a 4th-century AD Villa and Bath-House at Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire, 1958 and 1959.
Ernest Greenfield, Jeany Poulsen & Pamela V. Irving (pp. 075-128)
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The Anglo-Saxon Bounds of Littlebury
Mary Hesse (pp. 129-140)
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The East End of King's College Chapel
Graham Chainey (pp. 141-166)
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Field-work in Cambridgeshire: October 1993-September 1994
Alison Taylor, Tim Malim & Christopher Evans (pp. 167-176)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 177-188)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (incorporating the Cambs and Hunts Archaeological Society). Volume LXXXIII for 1994. [Complete Volume] PDF 15 Mb