Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Table of Contents

Frontispiece
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Contents
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New evidence for Prehistoric activity in and around Dean Parish.
Steven Hood (pp. 1-10)
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A Bronze Age burnt mound in lowland Cumbria: excavations at Garlands Hospital, Carlisle, 1997.
Tim Neighbour and Melanie Johnson (pp. 11-24)
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The Roman settlement at Old Carlisle.
Ian Miller and Sean McPhillips (pp. 25-30)
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Excavations within the vicus settlement at Burgh by Sands, 2002.
Paul Masser and Jeremy Evans (pp. 31-64)
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Two Roman Milestones from the Penrith area.
B. J. N. Edwards and D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 65-78)
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A collection of Roman coins from Whitehaven, Cumbria.
Ian Caruana and David Shotter (pp. 79-88)
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British (Cumbric) Place-Names in the Barony of Gilsland, Cumbria.
John M. Todd (pp. 89-102)
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Dugout boat from Wasdale Beck, Cumbria, 1984.
James Cherry and Joyce Cherry (pp. 103-114)
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The carvings of Labours of the Months in Carlisle Cathedral.
Margaret Briggs (pp. 115-136)
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Manorial administration in Westmorland 1589-1693.
Philip Holdsworth (pp. 137-164)
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A location for Dorothy Wordsworth's "Bristol Prison".
Blake Tyson (pp. 165-172)
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Iron-working at Cunsey Forge: the archaeological and documentary evidence from an initial survey.
Ian Miller (pp. 173-198)
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The dialect boom in Victorian Furness.
Peter Lucas (pp. 199-216)
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Housing conditions in Carlisle in 1917.
Jean Turnbull (pp. 217-234)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 235-254)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 235-239)
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Medieval finds at Hackthorpe, Penrith.
Melanie Johnson (pp. 239-241)
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A group of 17th century Tyneside clay pipes from Cumdivock.
Ian Caruana (pp. 241-242)
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Stephen Farish, a Whitehaven Mariner.
Daniel Darwish (pp. 243-246)
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Sizergh Church.
Dick White and Andrew Pike (pp. 247-249)
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Excavation of a working class court at 5-13 Netherby Street, Longtown.
Paul Masser (pp. 249-254)
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Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2004
Anon. (pp. 255-302)
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In Memoriam: Brian Gerald Ashmore, M.B.E., R.D. and Clasp, J.P., M.A., F.S.A., Lt. Cdr. R.N.R. Rtd. (1924-2004); John Charlton, L.V.O., M.A., F.S.A. (1909-2004).
G. S. Harris, Richard Charlton (pp. 303-308)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 309-315)
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