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Volume 28 (1984) - Table of Contents

Plates (pp - -)
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The formation of boundaries in Anglo-Saxon England: a statistical study (pp 1-21)
Goodier, Ann
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On the transliteration of English runes [modifications to Dickins system] (pp 22-45)
Page, R I
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Late Saxon textiles from the City of London [wool, goat hair, silk, flax: production processes; 11th century new technology] (pp 46-76)
Pritchard, Frances A
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The Wharram Research Project: results to 1983 [multidisciplinary enquiry into evolution of two-parish landscape] (pp 77-111)
Hurst, J G
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Medieval artefacts and structures dated by dendrochronology (pp 112-32)
Fletcher, J M & Tapper, M C
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Medieval tin-glazed painted tiles in north-west Europe (pp 133-72)
Norton, Christopher
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A Saxon burial from Norton-on-Tees, Cleveland [?late 6th century] (pp 173-5)
Vyner, B E
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The Burghal Hidage: towards the identification of Eorpeburnan [Rye?] (pp 175-8)
Kitchen, Frank
PDF 187 Kb
A late Saxon strap-end mould from Carlisle [Trewhiddle style] (pp 178-81)
Taylor, J & Webster, L
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An inscribed Anglo-Saxon lid from Lund [wooden ?pen-case, Winchester-style animal mask] (pp 181-3)
Okasha, Elisabeth
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A runestone from Skara Brae, Orkney [enigmatic] (pp 183-5)
Ashmore, P J & Johnsen, I S
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An 11th-century bone tabula set from Gloucester [preliminary account] (pp 185-90)
Stewart, Ian J & Watkins, Malcolm J
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A 15th-century corn drying kiln from Collfryn, Llansantffraid Deuddwr, Powys (pp 190-4)
Britnell, W J et al
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Late medieval pottery plant-holders from eastern Yorkshire [Humber ware] (pp 194-202)
Moorhouse, Stephen
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The Workshop for Archaeostratigraphic Classification (pp 202)
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The Lancaster Conference, 1984 (pp 202)
Clarke, Helen
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The West Midlands Pottery Research Group (pp 202)
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1983 [sites and finds roundup] (pp 203-65)
Youngs, Susan M, Clark, John & Barry, T B
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Reviews (pp 266-94)
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Short Reviews (pp 295-302)
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Accounts (pp 303-7)
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List of Officers (pp 308)
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