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Society for Medieval Archaeology, 2007

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Volume 19 (1975) - Table of Contents

List of Illustrations (pp - -)
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Plates (pp - -)
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Excavations in the medieval city of Trondheim, Norway (pp 1-32)
Long, Clifford D
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Bossed penannular brooches: a review of recent research (pp 33-47)
Graham-Campbell, James
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Structural aspects of medieval timber bridges (pp 48-91)
Rigold, S E
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A late 13th and early 14th century tile factory at Danbury, Essex (pp 92-164)
Drury, P J & Pratt, G D
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The chantry priests' house at Farleigh Hungerford Castle (pp 165-94)
Miles, T J & Saunders, A D
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Barred combs of Frisian type in England (pp 195-8)
MacGregor, Arthur
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The significance of the place-name Wealdham (pp 198-201)
Huggins, Rhona M
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Investigations in the Observatory Tower, Lincoln Castle (pp 201-5)
Reynolds, Nicholas
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A medieval tile pavement from Swords Castle, Co. Dublin (pp 205-209)
Fanning, Thomas
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Decorated 14th-century tiles at Northill Church, Bedfordshire (pp 209-13)
Bailey, J M
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Robert D'Arcy's chantry priests' house, Maldon, Essex (pp 213-19)
Smith, J R & Wadhams, M C
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The Danish conference, 1975 (pp 219)
Wilson, David M
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Medieval Archaeology, XVIII, ' Two burials under the refectory of Worcester Cathedral': A correction (pp 219)
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Medieval Britain in 1974 (pp 220-60)
Webster, Leslie E & Cherry, J
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Reviews (pp 261-79)
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Accounts (pp 280-1)
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List of Officers and Committees (pp 282)
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