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 (2000) Series: 2, Volume 100.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. i-iv)
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Contents
Anon. (pp. v)
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The distribution of some archaeological sites in relation to features of Holocene coastal change.
T. Clare (pp. 1-24)
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A late Mesolithic assemblage from Levens Park.
P. J. and J. Cherry (pp. 25-32)
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The Roman Conquest of the North-West.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 33-54)
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Observations in the vicus of Stanwix Roman Fort on the site of the Miles Maclnnes Hall, 1986.
Ian Caruana (pp. 55-78)
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A re-examination of a Viking Age burial at Beacon Hill, Aspatria
Philip Abramson (pp. 79-88)
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Excavations at Baldhowend, Matterdale, 1998: an interim report.
Helen L. Loney and Andrew W. Hoaen (pp. 89-104)
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Excavations at Penrith Market, 1990.
R. M. Newman, N. J. Hair, C. L. E. Howard-Davis, C. Brooks and A. White (pp. 105-130)
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Early-medieval hemp retting at Glasson Moss, Cumbria in the context of the use of Cannabis sativa during the historic period.
Margaret Cox et al (pp. 131-150)
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The Clerical Poll Tax of 1379 in the Diocese of Carlisle, a reassessment.
F. P. Mackie (pp. 151-160)
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Excavations at Priory Gardens, Cartmel.
Chris Wild and Christine Howard-Davis (pp. 161-180)
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Twenty cruck buildings at Skelsmergh, Kendal, c. 1600.
Blake Tyson (pp. 181-206)
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James and George Brooker: West Cumberland shipcarvers of the mid-19th century.
D. Ian Smith (pp. 207-224)
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The Enclosure Awards of Cumberland: a statistical list.
Robert S Dilley (pp. 225-240)
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Excavations at Parton Colliery.
Nick Hair and Julian Cotton (pp. 241-260)
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A Retrospective.
G. H. Martin, T. Clare, D. C. A. Shotter, A. J. L Winchester and J. D. Marshall (pp. 261-272)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 273-294)
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A "lost" standing stone on Farleton Fell, Westmorland.
C. E. Wells (pp. 273-275)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 276-279)
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The Roman fort at Stanwix, Carlisle: a geophysical survey.
J. A. Biggins and D. J. A. Taylor (pp. 279-281)
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The Lady Beryke and Sir Meneduke in "The Awntyrs off Arthure".
Andrew Breeze (pp. 281-285)
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Pottery making at Silverdale and Arnside.
Andrew White M.A., PH.D., F.M.A., F.S.A. (pp. 285-291)
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A broken top quern stone from Fallen Yew farmyard, Underbarrow, Kendal (SD 89 467923).
John Marsh (pp. 291-293)
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The Diary of Isaac Fletcher: a correction.
Angus J. L. Winchester (pp. 293)
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In Memoriam: Joseph Hughes (1916-2000)
W. G. Wiseman and B. Jones (pp. 295-298)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 299-305)
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