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

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

  • Dunning, G C & F Tischler & J G Hurst & J N L Myres (1959)
    Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium: . Report No. 4

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

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

  • Cleere, Henry & Evans, J G & Limbrey, Susan (1975)
    The effect of man on the landscape: the Highland Zone: . Report No. 11

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

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

  • Cunliffe, B W (1976)
    Iron Age sites in central southern England: . Report No. 16

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

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

  • Rodwell, K A & Rodwell, W J (1977)
    Historic churches - a wasting asset: . Report No. 19

  • Evans, J G & Limbrey, Susan (1978)
    The effect of man on the landscape: the Lowland Zone: . Report No. 21

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

  • Clough, T H McK & Cummins W A (1979)
    Stone axe studies: archaeological, petrological, experimental and ethnographic. Report No. 23

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

  • [various] (1978)
    Excavations at Little Waltham 1970-71. Report No. 26

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

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

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

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

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

  • Hobley, Brian & Milne, Gustav (1981)
    Waterfront archaeology in Britain and Northern Europe. . Report No. 41

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

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

  • Morris, Richard (1983)
    The church in British archaeology. . Report No. 47

  • Leach, Peter (1982)
    Archaeology in Kent to AD 1500. . Report No. 48

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

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

  • Rodwell, K A & Rodwell, W J (1986)
    Rivenhall: investigations of a villa, church and village, 1950-1977 . Report No. 55

  • Shoesmith, R (1985)
    Hereford City Excavations: Volume 3: The finds. Report No. 56

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

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

  • Grew, Francis & Hobley, Brian (1985)
    Roman urban topography in Britain and the western Empire. Report No. 59

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

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

  • Hobley, Brian & Hodges, Richard (1988)
    The rebirth of towns in the west AD 700-1050. Report No. 68

  • Maloney, Catharine & de Moulins, Dominique (1990)
    The archaeology of Roman London Volume 1: The upper Walbrook in the Roman period. Report No. 69

  • Allen, Patrick & Perring, Dominic & Roskams, Steve (1991)
    The archaeology of Roman London Volume 2: early developments of Roman London west of the Walbrook. Report No. 70

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

  • Britnell, W J & Musson, C R & Smith, A G (1991)
    The Breiddin Hillfort: A later prehistoric settlement in the Welsh Marches. Report No. 76

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

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

  • Adams, Max & Reeve, Jez (1993)
    The Spitalfields Project. Volume 1: The Archaeology - Across the Styx. Report No. 85

  • Cox, Margaret & Molleson, Theya & Waldron, A H & Whittaker, D K (1993)
    The Spitalfields Project. Volume 2: The Anthropology - The Middling Sort. Report No. 86

  • Casey, P J & Davies, J L & Evans, J (1993)
    Excavations at Segontium (Caernarfon) Roman Fort, 1975-1997. Report No. 90

  • Evans, J & Evison, V (1992)
    An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Great Chesterford, Essex. Report No. 91

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

  • Berridge, P & Blockley, M R & Quinnell, H (1994)
    Excavations at Rhuddlan, Clwyd: 1969-73 Mesolithic to Medieval. Report No. 95

  • Davies, Barbara & Richardson, Beth & Tomber, Roberta (1994)
    The archaeology of Roman London Volume 5: A dated corpus of early Roman pottery from the City of London. Report No. 98

  • Bell, M & Fowler, P J & Hillson, S W (1996)
    The Experimental Earthwork Project 1960-1992. Report No. 100

  • James, S & Millett, M (2001)
    Britons and Romans: advancing an archaeological agenda. Report No. 125

  • 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.