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Volume 29 (1985) - Table of Contents

Anglo-Saxon burials and later features excavated at Orsett, Essex, 1975 (pp 1-24)
Hedges, J D & Buckley, D G
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Plates (pp - -)
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The Saxon and medieval pottery of London: a review (pp 25-93)
Vince, A G
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A neglected Viking burial with beads from Kilmainham, Dublin, discovered in 1847 (pp 94-108)
Briggs, C S, with Guido, M & Walsh, A
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The Cow Tower, Norwich: an East Anglian Bastille? (pp 109-19)
Saunders, A D
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Archaeology and the medieval towns of Norway [protected status of medieval towns, and research organization] (pp 120-35)
Lunde, Oivind
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The use of brooches and other jewellery as dies on pagan Anglo-Saxon pottery (pp 136-42)
Briscoe, Teresa
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Buttons, brooches, clasp buttons and face masks (pp 142-5)
Welch, Martin G
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A sundial from Stow, Lincolnshire [inscribed, 11th/12th century] (pp 146-7)
Okasha, Elisabeth
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A new landscape context for Houndtor, Devon (pp 147-52)
Austin, David & Walker, M J C
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Some examples of medieval domestic pewter flatware (pp 152-5)
Brownsword, R & Pitt, E E H
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The 13th century roof of the chapel of the hospital of St Thomas-upon-the-Eastbridge, Canterbury [king-strut, measured drawing] (pp 155-7)
Tatton-Brown, T
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The Northampton Conference, 1985 (pp 157)
Clarke, Helen
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1984 [sites and finds] (pp 158-230)
Youngs, Susan M, Clark, John & Barry, Terry
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Reviews (pp 230-47)
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Short Reviews (pp 247-53)
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Accounts (pp 254-8)
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List of Officers (pp 259)
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