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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 98 (2009)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 98 (2009)- Cover

Table of Contents

Mary Desborough Cra'ster, 1928-2008
John Pickles, Peter Gathercole, and Alison Taylor (pp. 007-010)
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A fen island in the Neolithic and Bronze Age: excavations at North Fen, Sutton, Cambrisgeshire
Leo Webley and Jonathon Hiller (pp. 011-036)
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A fen island burial: excavation of an Early Bronze Age round barrow at North Fen, Sutton
Aileen Connor (pp. 037-046)
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The Bartlow Hills in context
Hella Eckardt with Amanda Clarke, Sophie Hay, Stephen Mackauley, Pat Ryan, David Thornley and Jane Timby (pp. 047-064)
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Senuna, goddess of the river Rhee or Henney
Stephen Yeates (pp. 065-068)
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A reappraisal of the evidence for the 'northern arm' of the Fleam Dyke at Fen Ditton
Scott Kenney (pp. 069-072)
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An excavation at Station Quarry, Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire
Laura Piper and Andrew Norton (pp. 073-076)
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Excavations at Scotland Road/Union Lane, Chesterton
Duncan Mackay (pp. 077-088)
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A curious object from Firs Farm, Caxton
Aileen Connor (pp. 089-090)
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A morphological analysis of Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: an admission of defeat
Christopher Taylor (pp. 091-104)
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Funerals, the final consumer choice?
Ken Sneath (pp. 105-112)
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The 'Age of the Windmill' in the Haddenham Level
N. James (pp. 113-120)
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Upware and Bottisham sluices
K. S. G. Hinde (pp. 121-126)
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Changes in the landscape of west Cambridge, Part V:1945 to 2000
Philomena Guillebaud (pp. 127-142)
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The CAS Collection of Cambridgeshire 'Sketches'
John Pickles (pp. 143-146)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2008
Tom Lyons, Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu and Sarah Poppy (pp. 147-162)
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Review: Medieval Bourn a Cambridgeshire Village in the Late Middle Ages. David Baxter, 2008
Christopher Taylor (pp. 163-163)
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Review: The Cartulary of the Hospital of St John the Evangelist, Cambridge. Malcolm Underwood, 2008
Christopher Brookes (pp. 163-164)
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Review: William Cole of Milton. W. M. Palmer, 2003
Evelyn Lord (pp. 165-165)
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Review: Early Anglo- Saxon Communities in the Landscape of Norfolk. Mary Chester-Kadwell, 2009
Sam Lucy (pp. 165-166)
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Review: Whe are most Inclosures be. East Anglian Fields: History, Morphology and Management. Edward Martina dn Max Satchell, 2008
Christopher Taylor (pp. 166-166)
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