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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 100 (2011)

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Table of Contents

An Inland Bronze Age: Excavations at Striplands Farm, West Longstanton
Christopher Evans and Ricky Patten, with Matt Brudenell and Maisie Taylor (pp. 007-045)
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Beaker Pits and a probable mortuary enclosure on land off Stirling Way, near Witchford, Ely.
Rob Atkins (pp. 047-065)
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An Iron Age banjo enclosure and contemporary settlement at Caldecote, Cambridgeshire.
Scott Kenney and Alice Lyons (pp. 067-084)
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Archaeological excavation at 'The Walnuts', Oundle Road, Woodston, Peterborough.
John Thomas and Stephen Jones (pp. 085-098)
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Down the Line: Archaeological investigations on the route of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway.
Alison Dickens and Matthew Collins (pp. 099-136)
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Middle to Late Iron Age settlement and a Roman palisade at HMP Littlehey, West Perry, Cambridgeshire.
Jim Brown (pp. 137-150)
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Multi-period archaeology on land at Church Street, St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
Andrew A. S. Newton (pp. 151-170)
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The medieval network of navigable Fenland waterways II: Barnack stone transport.
Michael Chisholm (pp. 171-183)
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Archaeological investigations at the Old Schools, University of Cambridge.
Richard Newman and Christopher Evans (pp. 185-196)
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Northborough Manor: A re-appraisal.
Nick Hill (pp. 197-208)
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Dr John Amyas Alexander: 27/01/1922-17/08/2010.
Christopher Evans (pp. 209-213)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Volume C (PCAS 100).
Richard Halliday and John Pickles. (pp. 214-215)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2010.
Sally Croft, Hazel White and Elizabeth Popescu (pp. 216-229)
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Review: Borderlands The Archaeology of the Addenbrooke's Environs, South Cambridge by Christopher Evans, with Duncan Mackay and Leo Webley
Kasia Gdaniec (pp. 230-232)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 233-241)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 242-247)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society (incorporating the Cambs and Hunts Archaeological Society). Volume XCIX for 2010. [Complete Volume] PDF 17 Mb