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
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Cumbrian stone circles, the calendar and the issue of the Druids.
Steven Hood (pp. 1-26)
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A possible prehistoric cist at Birdoswald, Cumbria.
Tony Wilmott (pp. 27-38)
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Bronze and Iron Age connections: memory and persistence in Matterdale, Cumbria.
A. W. Hoaen and H. L. Loney (pp. 39-54)
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A geophysical survey of Milecastle 73 and Hadrian's Wall at Burgh-by-Sands, Cumbria.
J. Alan Biggins, Stephen Hall and David J. A. Taylor (pp. 55-70)
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Excavation and watching briefs at Borrons Road, Ambleside 1900-93.
D. Drury and A. Dunwell (pp. 71-104)
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The possible Roman road between Ambleside and the Keswick area; a discussion of the evidence and a consideration of remains on the north slope of Dunmail Raise.
Martin Pugmire (pp. 105-122)
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The West Seaton Viking Sword.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 123-132)
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The Estates of Calder Abbey.
John Thorley (pp. 133-162)
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John Denton re-visited - a fresh appraisal of the manuscript transcripts of his "Accompt".
David Mawson (pp. 163-174)
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Coalmining at Reagill, Sleagill and Newby, 1683-c.1837.
Blake Tyson (pp. 175-200)
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Annetwell Street Protestant Dissenting Meeting, Carlisle c.1778-1843.
Ian Moonie (pp. 201-220)
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A Furness Soldier in the Peninsular War.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 221-228)
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The building of the Cumberland and Westmorland Joint Lunatic Asylum (Garlands Hospital).
Graham Brooks (pp. 229-244)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 245-270)
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Two new examples of cup marks from Cumbria and their implications.
Tom Clare and Ken Clarke (pp. 245-247)
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The magic of stone axe production.
Tom Clare (pp. 248-249)
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A rough-out from Setrah, Sunderland, Cumbria.
Mary E. Burkett (pp. 249-250)
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A piece of Roman metalwork from Bowness-on-Solway.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 251-252)
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A probable Roman road and possible Roman bridge at Haresceugh.
Alan Richardson (pp. 252-257)
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The damaged carvings on the font, St Kentigern's Church, Gt. Crosthwaite.
B. J. N. Edwards, B.A., F.S.A. (pp. 257-264)
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Recording of a monastic grange at Orton.
J. And P. J. Cherry (pp. 264-268)
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A seventeenth-century Irish token from Birdoswald.
Ian Caruana (pp. 268-269)
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Corkickle as a place-name.
Jeremy Godwin (pp. 269-270)
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Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2003
Anon. (pp. 271-300)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 301-310)
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