Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1980) Series: 2, Volume 80.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
Anon. (pp. )
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The Roman Occupation of North-West England: The Coin evidence.
D. C. A. Shotter, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 1-16)
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Unpublished Excavations on the Line of the Roman Wall in Hadrian's Camp, Carlisle.
Ian Caruana and Col. P. F. Fane Gladwin (pp. 17-24)
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St. Bega: Cult, Fact and Legend.
John M. Todd (pp. 25-36)
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Carlisle Goldsmiths 1318-1625.
B. C. Jones, M.A (pp. 37-44)
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Clifton Hall, Cumbria: Excavations 1977-79.
Graham Fairclough (pp. 45-68)
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Excavations on the City Defences, Carlisle.
M. R. McCarthy (pp. 69-78)
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The Graham Clans and Lands on the eve of the Jacobean Pacification.
R. T. Spence, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 79-102)
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The Quakers, The Brethren and the Religious Census in Cumbria.
John Burgess, M.A., M.Litt (pp. 103-112)
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Rydal Hall Farmyard: the development of a Westmorland farmstead before 1700.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., F.C.S.I (pp. 113-130)
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The Disinheritance of Sir Christopher Lowther in 1701.
J. V. Beckett (pp. 131-136)
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Agricultural Lime Burning The Netherby example.
D. J. W. Mawson (pp. 137-152)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 153-165)
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An engraved, polished stone axe, supposed to have been found at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale.
Clare I. Fell (pp. 153-155)
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Unrecorded flint axes from Cumbria.
C. Richardson (pp. 155-157)
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A polished stone axe from Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria.
C. Richardson (pp. 157-158)
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A flint arrowhead from Scalehouses, Cumbria.
C. Richardson (pp. 158)
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A socketed bronze axe from Armathwaite, Cumbria.
C. Richardson (pp. 158-159)
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A Roman Gaming Board from near Bowness-on-Solway.
R. C. Turner (pp. 159-160)
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Possible Roman Road in the Kirkstone Pass and Matterdale.
G. G. S. Richardson and Alan Richardson (pp. 160-162)
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A Roman coin from Broughton-in-Furness.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 162-163)
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More Roman Coins from Docker Moor.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 163)
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Roman Coins from Starling Castle.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 163)
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Bellarmine jug from Cartmel.
John Marsh (pp. 163-164)
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Carlisle Archaeological Unit 1977-79.
M. R. McCarthy (pp. 164-165)
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Obituaries
Anon. (pp. 166)
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Resignations
Anon. (pp. 166)
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New Members
Anon. (pp. 167-168)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 169-177)
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