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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 86 (1998)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 86 (1998)- Cover

Table of Contents

An Iron Age Square Barrow at Diddington, Cambridgeshire. Third Interim Report of excavations at Little Paxton Quarries: 1996.
Alex Jones (pp. 005-012)
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Prehistoric and Roman remains at Edix Hill, Barrington, Cambridgeshire
Tim Malim (pp. 013-056)
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An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Oakington, Cambridgeshire
Alison Taylor, Corinne Duhig and John Hines (pp. 057-090)
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Cloistered Communities: Archaeological and Architectural Investigations in Jesus College, Cambridge, 1988-97
Christopher Evans, Alison Dickens, and D. A. H. Richmond (pp. 091-144)
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Prehistoric Fields into Medieval Furlongs? Evidence from Caxton, Cambridgeshire.
Susan Oosthuizen (pp. 145-152)
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Medieval Pottery from Cambridge: Site's in the Bene't Street - Market areas
David Edwards and David Hall (pp. 153-168)
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The Foundation of an Alien Priory at Linton, Cambridgeshire
J. A. Everard (pp. 169-174)
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Reviews
Alison Taylor and John Alexander (pp. 175-178)
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Field-Work in Cambridgeshire.
C. Evans, D. Keen, G. Lucas, T. Malim, I. Meadows, T. Reynolds, & J. Roberts (pp. 179-186)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 187-194)
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