Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
Anon. (pp. )
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Neolithic, natural, or new? Critical observations of cup and ring petroglyphs in Langdale, Cumbria.
R. N. Haszeldine and R. S. Haszeldine (pp. 1-22)
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A Bronze Age cremation cemetery at Allithwaite, Cumbria.
Chris Wild (pp. 23-50)
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Later prehistoric settlement in Matterdale and Hutton parishes: recent survey results.
Andrew W. Hoaen and Helen L. Loney (pp. 51-66)
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Environmental changes in Roman north-west England: a synoptic overview of events north of the Ribble.
Colin Wells (pp. 67-84)
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The Roman road from Ravenglass to Ambleside in Lower Langdale: a suggested surviving fragment.
Martin Pugmire (pp. 85-90)
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The possible historic contexts of some Roman camps in Cumberland.
A. Richardson (pp. 91-96)
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The pre-Conquest Church in St Bees, Cumbria: a possible minster?
John M. Todd (pp. 97-108)
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Demesne livestock farming in the Lake District: the vaccary at Gatesgarth, Buttermere, in the later thirteenth century.
Angus J. L. Winchester (pp. 109-118)
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Reginald Bainbrigg, Westmorland Antiquary.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 119-126)
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Sir Daniel Fleming and the Gentlemen of England.
J. V. Beckett (pp. 127-138)
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Appleby Gaol, Onion Flatt (Waitby) and Robert Fothergill (1693-1779).
Blake Tyson (pp. 139-156)
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The Provenance of Joseph Symson's Letter Book (1711-20).
S. D. Smith (pp. 157-168)
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The last siege on English soil: Carlisle, December 1745.
Jonathan Oates (pp. 169-184)
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Hugh Lowther, Fifth Earl of Lonsdale, in the Arctic: explorer-scientist, sportsman, traveller or tourist?
Rob David (pp. 185-202)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 203-250)
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Further investigations into the astronomical alignments at Cumbrian prehistoric sites.
Steven Hood B.Sc.(Hons) and Douglas Wilson (pp. 203-212)
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A case of one or two stone axes?
Tom Clare (pp. 213-214)
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An Early Bronze Age dagger from the Kendal area.
Andrew White, M.A., Ph.D., F.M.A., F.S.A. (pp. 214-215)
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Two Bronze Age axes by the same founder?
Andrew White, M.A., Ph.D., F.M.A., F.S.A. (pp. 215-217)
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Two surveys of structural remains in West Cumberland.
James Cherry F.S.A. and Joyce Cherry (pp. 217-222)
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Roman coins from Low Borrow Bridge.
David Shotter (pp. 222-225)
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Red Rock Fault: lime and Hadrian's Wall.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 226-228)
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The murder of Flavius Romanus at Ambleside: a possible context.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 228-231)
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An Anglo-Saxon strap-end from Shap.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 231-233)
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Recent acquisitions and reported finds to Kendal Museum.
Morag Clement (pp. 233-237)
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A Medieval coin hoard from Waverton.
Angus J. L. Winchester (pp. 237-239)
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A Note on Cappleside Hall, Beetham.
Dr R. Newman (pp. 239-243)
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Mastone steps.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 243-244)
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Further drawings by George Senhouse discovered.
Mary E. Burkett (pp. 244-248)
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Wray Castle and James Dawson.
John R. E. Borron, F.S.A. (pp. 249-250)
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The Romney House, Milnthorpe Road, Kendal.
John Marsh (pp. 250)
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Index
Anon. (pp. 251-257)
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