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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 95 (2006)



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Table of Contents

A late Roman cemetery at Durobrivae, Chesterton
Rebecca Casa Hatton and William Wall (pp. 005-024)
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Romano- British and medieval saltmaking and settlement in Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire
Phil Andrews (pp. 025-048)
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Roman tumuli or medieval industry? Moulton Hills, Bourn, reconsidered
David Baxter (pp. 049-056)
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A late Roman Cemetery at Watersmeet, Mill Common, Huntingdon
Kate Nicholson (pp. 057-090)
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A Romano- British temple complex and Anglo- Saxon burials at Gallows Hill, Swaffham Prior
Tim Malim (pp. 091-114)
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An Anglo- Saxon settlement at Cherry Orton Road, Orton Waterville, Peterborough
James Wright (pp. 115-120)
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Landscape History, Observation and Explanation: the missing houses in Cambridgeshire villages
Christopher Taylor (pp. 121-132)
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Conservation of early 17th Century allegorical wall paintings in St Johns College, Cambridge
Tobit Curteis (pp. 133-138)
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Huntingdonshire Bell Frames
Robert Walker (pp. 139-158)
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Changes in the landscape of west Cambridge after Enclosure 1805- 1870
Philomena Guillebaud (pp. 159-170)
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Archaeological Note: Romano- British buildings at Tunbridge Lane, Bottisham TL 54536095
Andrew Pearson and Leonora O'Brien (pp. 171-174)
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Archaeological Note: Medieval land reclamation and subsequent occupation on High Street, Ramsey TL28708506
Kate Nicholson (pp. 175-178)
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Archaeological Note: Animal carcasses in a Roman ditch, West End, Haddenham, TL46137552
Carina Phillips and Alexandra Grassam (pp. 179-182)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2005
Sarah Poppy, Elizabeth Popescu and James Drummond- Murray (pp. 183-198)
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Obituaries
Alison Taylor (pp. 199-200)
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Review: English Episcopal Acta 31, Ely 1109- 1197. Nicholas Karn, 2005
Anne Holton- Krayenbuhl (pp. 201-202)
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Review: Cambridge and its Economic Region 1450-1560. John S. Lee, 2006
Tony Kirby (pp. 202-203)
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Review: Liber Eliensis A history of the Isle of Ely from the seventh century to the twelfth. Janet Fairweather, 2005
Alison Taylor (pp. 203-204)
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