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 (1997) Series: 2, Volume 97.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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The Prehistoric Occupation of Blenkett Wood near Allithwaite.
C. R. Salisbury (pp. 1-10)
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A Prehistoric ritual sequence at Oddendale, near Shap.
Percival Turnbull and Deborah Walsh (pp. 11-44)
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Observations on the Geometry of Roman Camps.
A. Richardson (pp. 45-56)
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Recording of Hadrian's Wall at Willowford Farm.
Alan Whitworth (pp. 57-62)
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A collection of Roman and later finds from Kirkby Thore, 1985-1988
Colin Richardson (pp. 63-78)
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The Woodland of Troutbeck and its exploitation to 1800.
M. A Parsons (pp. 79-100)
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Some mill building work at Kendal, 1581-1600.
Blake Tyson (pp. 101-118)
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Patronage and Pietas: the monuments of Lady Anne Clifford.
J. Wilson (pp. 119-142)
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Rogues, Raskells and Turkie Faced Jades: Malediction in the Cumbrian Manorial Courts.
Robert S. Dilley (pp. 143-152)
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The library of an eighteenth century cleric - Dr Hugh Todd (c.1657-1728).
D. Mawson (pp. 153-172)
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Survey and excavations in the Keekle Coalfield, 1987-90: A study of four post-medieval Cumbrian farmhouses.
R. M. Newman, J. A. Quartermaine and P. Tostevin (pp. 173-202)
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Recent archaeological work on the Holm Cultram sea dyke, Skinburness, Cumbria.
Mark Fletcher and Ian Miller (pp. 203-216)
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Rickerby: an estate and its owners. Part II - George Head Head and after
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 217-230)
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Bee boles and related structures in Furness and Cartmel.
Eric Green (pp. 231-238)
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The Westmorland Sanatorium at Meathop.
Barbara Copeland (pp. 239-252)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 253-260)
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Roman Coin-finds from Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 253-254)
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A probable medieval coin hoard from near Natland, Kendal - SD 85 516901.
John Marsh (pp. 254)
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The Chapel in the Hause.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 254-255)
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William Thackeray and Warthole Hall, Plumbland.
Rev. F. L. Price (pp. 255-256)
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Battling Stones.
John Satchell (pp. 257)
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Two remarkable Cumbrian clay dabbins.
N. Jennings (pp. 257-259)
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In Memoriam: Charles Daniels (1932-1996)
Ian Caruana (pp. 261-262)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 263-270)
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