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 (1995) Series: 2, Volume 95.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
Anon. (pp. )
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Prehistoric habitation of the Cumbrian limestone uplands: occupation sites found between 1986 and 1993.
J. and P.J. Cherry (pp. 1-22)
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Human impact on vegetation in northern Cumbria since the Bronze Age: relating palynological and archaeological evidence.
Lisa Dumayne (pp. 23-34)
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A Bronze Age Cordoned Urn, jet bead and other artefacts from Greystoke Moor, Cumbria, with notes on fusiform beads, necklaces, and Cumbrian ornaments in jet.
Colin Richardson and Ann M. Hallam (pp. 35-54)
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A lost bronze bucket from Westmorland.
Percival Turnbull (pp. 55-60)
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The ring ditch site above Middleton Hall, Cumbria: surface and resistivity surveys.
D.J. Woolliscroft (pp. 61-72)
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Romans in South Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 73-78)
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An interim note on further discoveries in the Roman vicus at Ambleside, 1992-93.
Surindar Mann and Andrew Dunwell (pp. 79-84)
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Athelwold the Bishop and Walter the Priest: a new source for the early history of Carlisle Priory.
H. Summerson (pp. 85-92)
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The hospital of St Nicholas, Carlisle and its masters; Part 1 - The period up to 1333.
W.G. Wiseman (pp. 93-110)
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Thomas first Lord Wharton's parks at Ravenstonedale and Wharton.
R.W Hoyle (pp. 111-118)
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Rebuilding the Medieval Court-House at Keswick in 1571.
Blake Tyson (pp. 119-136)
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Kendal: the Protestant exception.
M.A. Clark (pp. 137-152)
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The spinners and weavers of Swarthmoor Hall, Ulverston, in the late 17th century.
Barbara Pidcock (pp. 153-168)
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Poor Relief in Troutbeck 1640-1836.
M.A. Parsons (pp. 169-186)
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The case of the Stainton, Newbiggin and Blencow Enclosure Award.
Robert S. Dilley (pp. 187-198)
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Captain Thomas Robinson of Appleby's pocket ledger for 1778.
A.R Jabez-Smith (pp. 199-246)
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Cumbria's Parliamentary Enclosure Movement: a comparative case study in rural quiescence.
C.E. Searle (pp. 247-270)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 271-284)
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Fieldwalking near Mayburgh Henge.
J. and P. J. Cherry (pp. 271)
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Two Bronze implements from South Lakeland District.
C. I. Fell (pp. 272-274)
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Roman Coin finds from Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 274-276)
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A Roman Coin from a Buried Soil near Mawbray.
Ian Caruana (pp. 276-278)
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A watching brief at 46-52 Lowther Street, Carlisle.
Paul Flynn (pp. 278-282)
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Local folklore and the Battle of Arthuret.
Tim Clarkson (pp. 282-284)
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Thomas Barneby, Prior of Carlisle.
David M. Smith (pp. 284)
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In Memoriam: Robert Hogg
Anon. (pp. 285-286)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 287-292)
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