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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 103 (2014)



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Table of Contents

A Prehistoric Watercourse and the origins of Bendyshe Farm, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire
Jim Brown (pp. 007-026)
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Cromwell Community College, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire: Further Evidence for Early Iron Age Chronology
Rob Atkins and Sarah Percival (pp. 027-038)
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"Beyond the Manor of Hintona Further thoughts on the development of Church End, Cherry Hinton: The Neath Farm Site"
Craig Cessford and Adam Slater (pp. 039-060)
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Roman Burials and Post Medieval Clay Tobacco Pipes at Merton Hall, Cambridge
Christiane Meckseper (pp. 061-068)
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The production and deposition of the Witcham Gravel Helmet
Jaime Kaminski and David Sim (pp. 069-082)
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Avenell Way: an ancient track across south Cambridgeshire?
Rob Atkins and Valory Hurst (pp. 083-106)
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Fleam Dyke, Fen Ditton: a reappraisal of excavated evidence from 2006-7
Tim Malim (pp. 107-116)
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An Anglo-Saxon site at Thrapston Road, Spaldwick, Cambridgeshire
Susan Clelland and Lorraine Mepham (pp. 117-132)
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Fifteenth Century Changes, and Sixteenth Century Evidence for Bell Founding in Easton Parish Church, Cambridgeshire
E M Davis (pp. 133-142)
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Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire 2013
Sarah Bultz, Rachel Clarke, Sally Croft and Kat Hamilton (pp. 143-154)
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2013 Accessions to the Cambridgeshire Collection
Chris Jakes (pp. 155-159)
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Index
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 160-165)
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Publication Policy
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 166-166)
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