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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 93 (2004)



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Table of Contents

The Structure and Formation of the Wandlebury area
Steve Boreham (pp. 005-008)
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Prehistoric Lithics from Station Road, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire
Jon Murray (pp. 009-014)
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Evaluation survey and excavation at Wnadlebury ringwork, Cambridgeshire, 1994-7
Charles French (pp. 015-066)
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A Roman Cemetery in Jesus Lane, Cambridge
Mary Alexander, Natasha Dodwell and Christopher Evans (pp. 067-094)
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Anglo-Saxons on the Cambridge Backs: the Criminology site settlement and King's Garden Hostel Cemetery
Natasha Dodwell, Sam Lucy and Jess Tipper (pp. 095-124)
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The Origins and Early Development of Chesterton, Cambridge
Craig Cessford with Alison Dickens (pp. 125-142)
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A Late seventeenth-century garden at Babraham, Cambridgeshire
Christopher Taylor (pp. 143-150)
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The Hearth Tax and the Country House in 'Old' Cambridgeshire
Tony Baggs (pp. 151-158)
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The Cambridgeshire Local History Society Photographic Project 1992-2000
Gill Rushworth and John Pickles (pp. 159-160)
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Surface scatter, rates of destruction and problems of ploughing and weathering in Cambridgeshire
Stephen Upex (pp. 161-178)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2003
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 179-188)
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Book Reviews
Alison Taylor (pp. 189-194)
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Index
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 195-200)
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Abbreviations
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 201-202)
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Recent Accessions to the Cambridgeshire Collection
Chris Jakes (pp. 203-214)
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Summaries of papers presented at the Spring Conference 13 March 2004, Law Faculty, Cambridge: Recovering Cambridgeshire's Past
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 215-220)
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The Conduit: local history and archaeology organisations, societies and events
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 221-238)
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