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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 99 (2010)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 99 (2010)- Cover

Table of Contents

Note on 'Mary Desborough Cra'ster, 1928-2008' published in PCAS XVCIII (2009), pp. 7-10
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 006-006)
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A Middle Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery on the Western Claylands at Papworth Everard
Nicholas Gilmore, Natasha Dodwell and Elizabeth Popescu (pp. 007-024)
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Further excavation of a late Iron Age settlement at Scotland Farm, Dry Drayton
David Ingham (pp. 025-034)
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Excavations at Castle Street
Christopher Evans and Letty Ten Harkel (pp. 035-060)
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Early Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman pit deposits at Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire
Adrian Burrow and Andrew Mudd (pp. 061-074)
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Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval settlement at Stow Longa and Tilbrook (Huntingdonshire)
Rob Atkins (pp. 075-088)
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Earthwork Survey at Huntingdon Mill Common
Michael Fradley (pp. 089-096)
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Saxon and Medieval activity at Scotts Close, Hilton
Thomas Woolhouse (pp. 097-102)
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A medieval clunch-working site at Fordham Road, Isleham, Cambridgeshire
Andrew A. S. Newton (pp. 103-112)
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Small sites in Cambridgeshire
Pip Stone for Archaeological Solutions (pp. 113-120)
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Medieval enclosures and trackways at Coles Lane, Oakington, Cambridgeshire
Andrew B. Powell (pp. 121-124)
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The medieval network of navigable Fenland waterways I: Crowland
Michael Chisholm (pp. 125-138)
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The Old Rectory Kingston: A Short Note on its Origins
Susan Oosthuizen (pp. 139-144)
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Tea and Delicious Cakes: in conversation with Dr Pamela Jane Smith author of A 'Splendid Idiosyncrasy': Prehistory at Cambridge 1915-50
David A. Barrowclough (pp. 145-154)
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The CAS Collection of Cambridgeshire 'Sketches': Part 2
John Pickles (pp. 155-160)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2009
Sally Thompson, Hazel White, and Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu (pp. 161-172)
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Index
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 173-179)
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Abbreviations
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 180-180)
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Recent Accessions to the Cambridgeshire Collection
Chris Jakes (pp. 181-188)
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