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 (2006) Series: 3, Volume 6.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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Moor Divock revisited: some new sites, survey and interpretations.
Tom Clare and David M. Wilkinson (pp. 1-16)
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Evaluation of a Burnt Mound, Aldingham, Cumbria.
the Morecambe Bay Archaeological Society (pp. 17-26)
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A Bronze Age enclosure and cremation cemetery at Leacet Hill, Brougham.
Richard James (pp. 27-44)
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An excavation on Hadrian's Wall at Hare Hill, wall mile 53, Cumbria.
N. Hodgson and J. McKelvey (pp. 45-60)
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The medieval village of Rickerby: excavations at Rickerby House, 2001-2.
A. P. Masser (pp. 61-76)
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Margaret Prestwich and the Priory of Seaton.
S. M. Bradbrooke and W. G. Wiseman (pp. 77-88)
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Cumberland and Westmorland in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715.
Jonathan Oates (pp. 89-102)
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"Sizergh to be burnt within two days". Sizergh Castle and the Gordon Riots.
Dick White (pp. 103-112)
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Windermere paupers 1749-1862 and the Undermillbeck workhouse (1829).
Blake Tyson (pp. 113-138)
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An 18th Century Tobacco Box Log-Timer and other Seamen's Boxes.
J. Cherry (pp. 139-144)
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Fast Packet Boats to Kendal.
Andrew White (pp. 145-162)
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Millom: an industrial colony 1860-1875.
Ruth Hughes (pp. 163-176)
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The Orient Imagined: the reach of Orientalism in Cumbria.
Rob David (pp. 177-194)
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Blue Sky over North Westmorland: Appleby's Liberal Decade.
A. N. Connell (pp. 195-216)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 217-240)
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A crop-mark enclosure at Trinkeld, near Ulverston.
Daniel W. Elsworth (pp. 217-219)
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An early depiction of the Druid's Circle at Birkrigg.
Daniel W. Elsworth (pp. 219-221)
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The "caput Carvetiorum" and the putative god of the tribe.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 221-226)
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A possible prehistoric ring-ditch structure and prehistoric and Roman field system at Grange Gardens, Standingstone, Wigton, Cumbria.
Stuart Mitchell (pp. 227-229)
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Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 229-233)
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A hoard of Roman coins from Beckfoot, Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 233-235)
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The Langwathby Roman Milestone - a postscript.
B. J. N. Edwards and D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 235-237)
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Carved stone heads from the Furness and Cartmel Peninsulas.
Daniel W. Elsworth (pp. 237-240)
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Viking grave goods from Aspatria.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 240)
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Archaeological Projects in Cumbria 2005
Anon. (pp. 241-286)
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In Memoriam: Robin Lindsay Storey (1927-2005).
Michael Jones; Alison McHardy and Richard Hall (pp. 287-290)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 291-299)
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