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 (1994) Series: 2, Volume 94.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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The Stone Circle of Long Meg and Her Daughters, Little Salkeld.
H.A.W. Burl (pp. 1-12)
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A Bronze Age gold neckring from Greysouthen, Cumbria.
S.P. Needham and C. Richardson (pp. 13-20)
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Rome and the Brigantes: Early Hostilities.
D.C.A. Shotter (pp. 21-34)
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Recent excavations on Hadrian's Wall, Burgh-by-Sands.
Paul S. Austen (pp. 35-54)
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Signalling and the design of the Cumberland Coast System.
D.J. Woolliscroft (pp. 55-64)
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Roman and medieval coins found during sewer renewal in Carlisle, 1983-87.
I.D. Caruana, D.C.A. Shotter and E.J.E. Pine (pp. 65-76)
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Recent work at Egremont Castle.
Percival Turnbull and Deborah Walsh (pp. 77-90)
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The Misericords of Carlisle Cathedral: their carver and his psyche.
Thirlie Grundy (pp. 91-104)
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Sir William Parr of Kendal: Part II, 1471-1483.
Susan E. James (pp. 105-120)
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The Elizabethan Farmstead at St. Lawrence's Vicarage, Appleby.
Blake Tyson (pp. 121-134)
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The plague in Kendal in 1598: some new evidence.
C.B. Phillips (pp. 135-142)
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Under the Shadow of High Diplomacy.
Gernot O. Gurtler (pp. 143-170)
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Richard Watson: Westmorland `Statesman'?
Timothy J. Brain (pp. 171-200)
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The Decline of the Cumbrian Yeoman Ravenstonedale: a case study.
Arthur H. Duxbury (pp. 201-214)
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Lead mines in the manor of Kinniside.
T.M. Banks, C. Nichol and D.G. Bridge (pp. 215-248)
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Worker migration into Workington, Cumbria, based on the Census Enumerators' Books for 1861, 1881 and 1891.
D.I. Smith (pp. 249-276)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 277-302)
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The Late Devensian Climate around Morecambe Bay.
Iain A. Williamson, M.SC., B.SC., C.Eng., F.G.S. (pp. 277-278)
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Two neolithic stone axes from the Solway Plain.
Ian Caruana (pp. 278-280)
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A microlith from Carlisle.
I. Caruana and J. Cherry (pp. 281-282)
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A stone axe from Bigland Hall.
Andrew White M.A., PhD., F.M.A., F.S.A. (pp. 282-283)
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An Early Bronze Age axe from Sandscale, Cumbria.
Andrew White, M.A., Ph.D, F.M.A., F.S.A. (pp. 283-285)
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Cause of death of the Humans recovered from the Dog Hole, Haverbrack.
K. P. Bland (pp. 285-286)
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Two Roman brooches from Cumbria.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 287-289)
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A watching brief at 46-52 Lowther Street, Carlisle.
Paul Flynn (pp. 289-291)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 291-294)
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Two silver objects from the Levens Park Cairn.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 295)
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The damage done to the Bewcastle Cross in 1890.
Henry Summerson (pp. 296)
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Dinogad's Smock.
C. Cessford (pp. 297-299)
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Miss Patrickson's Charity for Houghton: some particulars of poor relief outside Carlislein the 19th century.
W. Dent (pp. 299-301)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 303-308)
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