Medieval Archaeology

Society for Medieval Archaeology, 2007

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Volume 41 (1997) - Table of Contents

Plates (pp - -)
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Ancient landscapes and the dead: the Reuse of prehistoric and Roman monuments as Early Anglo-Saxon burial sites (pp 1-32)
Williams, H
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Aspects of settlement and territorial arrangement in South-east Scotland in the Late prehistoric and Early-Medieval periods (pp 33-50)
Proudfoot, Edwina & Aliaga-Kelly, Christopher
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Kirkdale - The inscriptions (pp 51-99)
Watts, L et al
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Excavations at Carmarthen Greyfriars, 1983-1990 (pp 100-194)
James, T
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The landscape context of medieval settlement on the south-western moors of England. Recent Palaeoenvironmental evidence from Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor (pp 195-210)
Gearey, B R et al
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A Bronze Socketed Mount and blade from Shapwick House, Somerset (pp 210-214)
Gerrard, C M & Youngs, S M
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The characterization and interpretation of Early to Middle Saxon granitic tempered pottery in England (pp 214-220)
Williams, D & Vince, A
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A map of Mottes in the British Isles (pp 220-223)
McNeil, T E & Pringle, M
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The early Norman castle at Lincoln and a re-evaluation of the original West Tower of Lincoln Cathedral (pp 223-233)
Stocker, D & Vince, A
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A thirteenth-century brooch hoard from Hambledon, Buckinghamshire (pp 233-236)
Babb, Linda
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A medieval wooden harpoon from the South Coast of England (pp 236-240)
Allen, M J & Pettitt, P B
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1996 (pp 241-328)
Nenk, B S et al
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Reviews (pp 329-63)
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Short Reviews (pp 364-75)
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Accounts (pp 377-79)
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List of Officers (pp 380)
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