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Council for British Archaeology, 2000 (updated 2007)

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  • Aberg, F A
    Report No. 17 Medieval moated sites: (1978)

  • Addyman, Peter
    Report No. 13 The archaeological study of churches: (1976)

  • Alcock, N W
    Report No. 42 Cruck Construction: an introduction and catalogue. (1981)

  • Bell, M
    Report No. 100 The Experimental Earthwork Project 1960-1992 (1996)

  • Briggs, C S
    Report No. 79 Welsh Industrial Heritage: a review (1992)

  • Buckley, D G
    Report No. 34 The Archaeology in Essex to AD 1500 (1980)

  • CBA Medieval Research Committee
    Report No. 2 The recording of architecture and its publication: (1955)

  • CBA Post-Medieval Research Committee
    Report No. 3 Notes on the investigation of smaller domestic buildings: (1955)

  • Corbishley, M
    Report No. 64 Presenting archaeology to young people (1986)

  • Cracknell, S
    Report No. 64 Presenting archaeology to young people (1986)

  • Crossley, D W
    Report No. 40 Medieval Industry. (1981)

  • Drewitt, P L
    Report No. 29 Archaeology in Sussex to AD 1500. (1978)

  • Dunning, G C
    Report No. 4 Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium: (1959)

  • F Tischler
    Report No. 4 Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium: (1959)

  • Fowler, P J
    Report No. 100 The Experimental Earthwork Project 1960-1992 (1996)

  • Hall, A R
    Report No. 43 Environmental Archaeology in the Urban Context (1982)

  • Hall, R A
    Report No. 27 Viking Age York and the North. (1978)

  • Haynes, I
    Report No. 94 Architecture in Roman Britain (1996)

  • Hillson, S W
    Report No. 100 The Experimental Earthwork Project 1960-1992 (1996)

  • J G Hurst
    Report No. 4 Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium: (1959)

  • J N L Myres
    Report No. 4 Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium: (1959)

  • Jeffieries, R S
    Report No. 30 The Alice Holt/Farnham Roman pottery industry. (1979)

  • Johnson, P
    Report No. 94 Architecture in Roman Britain (1996)

  • Johnston, D E
    Report No. 18 The Saxon shore: (1977)

  • Kenward, H K
    Report No. 43 Environmental Archaeology in the Urban Context (1982)

  • Leech, Roger
    Report No. 61 Urban Archaeology in Britain (1987)

  • Lyne, M A B
    Report No. 30 The Alice Holt/Farnham Roman pottery industry. (1979)

  • Maloney, John
    Report No. 51 Roman Urban Defences in the West. (1983)

  • Maxwell, G S
    Report No. 49 The impact of aerial reconnaissance on archaeology. (1983)

  • McGrail,S
    Report No. 71 Maritime Celts, Frisians and Saxons (1990)

  • Morris, Richard
    Report No. 13 The archaeological study of churches: (1976)

    Report No. 47 The church in British archaeology. (1983)

  • Niblett, Rosalind
    Report No. 57 Sheepen: an early Roman industrial site at Camulodunum (1985)

  • Philip Corder
    Report No. 5 The structure of Romano-British pottery kilns: (1964)

  • Phillips, Patricia
    Report No. 58 The archaeologist and the laboratory (1985)

  • Reece, Richard
    Report No. 22 Burial in the Roman world: (1977)

  • Schofield, John
    Report No. 61 Urban Archaeology in Britain (1987)

  • Sherlock, Stephen J
    Report No. 82 An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Norton, Cleveland (1994)

  • Taylor, Joan du Plat
    Report No. 24 Roman shipping and trade: Britain and the Rhine provinces (1978)

  • Webster, Graham
    Report No. 6 Romano-British coarse pottery: a student's guide: (1964)

  • Welch, Martin G
    Report No. 82 An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Norton, Cleveland (1994)

  • Wilson, D R
    Report No. 12 Aerial reconnaissance for archaeology: (1975)

  • Jamie Quartermaine, Barrie Trinder and Rick Turner (2003)
    Thomas Telford's Holyhead Road: The A5 in north Wales. Report No. 135


  • The CBA Research Reports Nos 1-100 were digitised by the Higher Education Digitisation Service (HEDS), as part of the JISC Fast Track Digitisation Programme.