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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 94 (2005)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 94 (2005)- Cover

Table of Contents

Neolithic and Beaker pits and a Bronze Age landscape at Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire
Andy Chapman, Simon Carlyle and David Leigh (pp. 005-020)
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A Romano-British rural site at Eaton Socon, Cambridgeshire
Catriona Gibson (pp. 021-038)
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Evaluation, survey and excavation at Wandelbury Ringwork, Cambridgeshire, 1994-7: Part II, The Iron Age Pottery
Leo Webley (pp. 039-046)
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Quy Water, Little Wilbraham River and the Fleam Dyke
William Potts (pp. 047-050)
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The Manor of Hintona: the origins and development of Church End, Cherry Hinton
Craig Cessford with Alison Dickens (pp. 051-072)
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Castle Hill, Cambridge: excavation of Saxon, medieval and post-medieval deposits, Saxon execution site and a medieval coinhoard
Craig Cessford with Alison Dickens (pp. 073-102)
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Medieval Deposits and a cockpit at St Ives, Cambridgeshire
Kate Nicholson (pp. 103-116)
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Excavation of medieval burials associated with St Neots Priory
Mary Alexander and Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu (pp. 117-126)
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Chrishall Grange, Fowlmere: a settlement in eight landscapes
Christopher Taylor (pp. 127-146)
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Letters from Mary Yorks, the wife of the Bishop of Ely 1781-1808
Anthea Jones (pp. 147-184)
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The Enclosure of Cambridge St Giles: Cambridge University and the Parliamentary Act of 1802
Philomena Guillebaud (pp. 185-198)
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Cambridge New Town - A Victorian Microcosm
Peter Bryan and Nick Wise (pp. 199-216)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2004
Sarah Poppy (pp. 217-224)
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Alison Taylor and Tony Kirby (pp. 225-226)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 227-232)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 233-234)
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Recent Accessions to the Cambridgeshire Collection
Chris Jakes (pp. 235-240)
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Spring Conference, 12 March 2005: Garden History and Archaeology in East Anglia
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 241-244)
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The Conduit: local history and archaeology organisations, societies and events
Andrew Westwood-Bate (pp. 245-282)
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