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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 87 (1999)

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Table of Contents

A Review of Palaeolithic finds from Southern Cambridgeshire
Tim Reynolds (pp. 005-010)
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The Lingwood Wells: Waterlogged remains from a first millenium BC settlement at Cottenham, Cambridgeshire
Christopher Evans with contributions by R. Darrah, J. D. Hill, P. Murphy and P Wiltshire (pp. 011-030)
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A Bronze Age Enclosure at Fulbourn Hospital, Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire
R. Brown and D. Score, Contributions by A Barclay, P. Blinkhorn, T. Durden, M. Robinson and B. Wilson (pp. 031-044)
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Roman kilns at Penfold Farm, Milton
W. H. C. Frend (pp. 045-048)
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A Medieval Kiln at Colne, Cambridgeshire
Hilary Healey, Tim Malim and Kit Watson (pp. 049-058)
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Brickmaking Accounts for Wisbech, 1333-1356
David Sherlock (pp. 059-070)
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A New Building at the Dominican Priory, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and associated Fourteenth Century Bawsey Floor Tiles
Alison Dickens (pp. 071-080)
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The Bulwark, Earith, Cambridgeshire
C. C. Taylor (pp. 081-086)
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Fen Draining: detection in the archives
N. James (pp. 087-092)
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Archaeological Investigations in Cambridgeshire: A National Overview
Nicholas Davis (pp. 093-096)
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Sue Oosthuizen, Alison Taylor, John Alexander & Tony Baggs (pp. 097-100)
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Field-Work in Cambridgeshire
Tim Reynolds (pp. 101-106)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 107-111)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 112-112)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (incorporating the Cambs and Hunts Archaeological Society). Volume LXXXVII for 1998. [Complete Volume] PDF 11 Mb