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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 97 (2008)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 97 (2008)- Cover

Table of Contents

Further Investigations at Arbury Camp, Cambridge: The Eastern Entrance - A Monumental Architecture
Christopher Evans and Mark Knight (pp. 007-030)
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Iron Age settlement by the Dam Brook at Scotland Farm, Dry Drayton
David Ingham (pp. 031-040)
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Excavation of a Middle Iron Age enclosure at Bushmead Road, Eaton Socon, Cambridgeshire
Daniel Stansbie (pp. 041-052)
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Late Iron Age/Early Roman Pottery Kilns at Blackhorse Lane, Swavesey, 1998-99
Steven Willis, Alice Lyons, Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu and Judith Roberts (pp. 053-076)
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Iron Age Ditches and an Anglo-Saxon Building near the Mile Ditches, Bassingbourn
Tom Phillips (pp. 077-082)
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A Zoomorphic Roman Handle from New Street, Godmanchester, TL 5246 2704
Nina Crummy and Tom Phillips (pp. 083-088)
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Excavations on a Roman Saltmanking Site at Cedar Close, March, Cambridgeshire
Tom Lane, Elaine L. Morris and Mark Peachey (pp. 089-110)
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A Romano-Saxon Farmstead and possible 12th-century Dovecot or Windmill: Community excavations at Spring Close, Boxworth
Aileen Connor (pp. 111-120)
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New work on old sites: Somersham and Pampisford revisited
Christopher Taylor (pp. 121-136)
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Excavation of the Civil War bastion ditch of Cambridge Castle
Craig Cessford (pp. 137-148)
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The Old Plough: a neglected property of Ely Porta Manor
Michael Chisholm (pp. 149-168)
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Living on the Edge: Commons, Castles and Regional Settlement Patterns in Medieval East Anglia
Robert Liddiard (pp. 169-178)
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West Cambridge: the two World Wars and the inter-war lull
Philomena Guillebaud (pp. 179-194)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire in 2008
Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu and Sarah Poppy (pp. 195-215)
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Review: A Woodland Archaeology: Neolithic sites at Haddenham and Marshland Communities and Cultural Landscapes from the Bronze Age to the present day. Christopher Evans and Ian Hodder, 2006
Tim Malim (pp. 215-216)
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Review: A Village on the Nene, Stamford. Alan G. Clark, 2007
Sue Oosthuizen (pp. 217-217)
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Proceedings of the Antiquarian Society (incorporating the Cambs and Hunts Archaeological Society) Volume XCVII for 2008 [Complete Volume] PDF 53 Mb