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Volume 26 (1982) - Table of Contents

Plates (pp - -)
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An early Saxon settlement within the Romano-British small town at Heybridge, Essex (pp 1-40)
Drury, P J & Wickenden, N P et al
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Fowler's Type G penannular brooches reconsidered [also late Roman ring-brooches] (pp 41-68)
Dickinson, Tania M
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Hierarchism in conventual crenellation: an essay in the sociology and metaphysics of medieval fortification (pp 69-100)
Coulson, Charles
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Medieval settlement and land use on Holne Moor, Dartmoor: the landscape evidence [boundaries, livestock management, tin-working, etc] (pp 101-37)
Fleming, Andrew & Ralph, Nicholas
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Sampling a Saxon settlement, site: Wraysbury, Berks, 1980 (pp 138-42)
Astill, Grenville & Lobb, Susan
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A 7th century Anglo-Saxon gold [and garnet] pendant from Glentham, Lincs (pp 142-4)
White, A J
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Some new and neglected finds of 9th century Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork [hooked tags and strap-ends in silver or copper alloy, Trewhiddle style] (pp 144-51)
Graham-Campbell, James
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Recent finds of [9th century, Viking milieu] penannular brooches from Wales (pp 151-4)
Lewis, J M
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The [pre-1250] hall of the Knights Templar at Temple Balsall, West Midlands (pp 155-8)
Alcock, N W
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'Weepers': a small late medieval aisled hall in [Wennington], Cambridgeshire (pp 158-62)
Davis, E M
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Licences to Crenellate (pp 162)
Coulson, Charles
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The Kilkenny conference, 1982 (pp 162-163)
Graham-Campbell, James
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Medieval Britain in 1981 (pp 164-227)
Youngs, Susan B and Clark, John
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Reviews (pp 228-251)
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Accounts (pp 252-6)
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List of Officers and Committees (pp 257)
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