Medieval Archaeology

Society for Medieval Archaeology, 2007

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Volume 44 (2000) - Table of Contents

An early date for Ogham: the Silchester ogham stone rehabilitated (pp 1-23)
Fulford, M et al
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Technology as active material culture: the Quoit-brooch style (pp 25-52)
Inker, Peter
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Settlement, economy and the 'productive' site: Middle Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire A.D. 650-780 (pp 53-79)
Ulmschneider, Katharina
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The chronology and context of Pictish Relief Sculpture (pp 81-114)
Laing, L
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On the dating of some early-medieval Irish crosiers (pp 115-158)
Johnson, Ruth
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Vernacular buildings and the development of the later Medieval domestic plan in England (pp 159-179)
Gardiner, Mark
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Winchester and Late Medieval Urban Development: from Palace to Pentice (pp 181-200)
James, T B & Roberts, E
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Native-Tree-ring Chronologies from some Scottish Medieval Burghs (pp 201-216)
Crone, A
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A seventh-century pectoral cross from Holderness, East Yorkshire (pp 217-222)
MacGregor, Arthur
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A Viking-period Scandinavian strike-a-light handle from Norfolk (pp 223-224)
Geake, Helen
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Odda's Chapel, Deerhurst: place of worship or royal hall? (pp 225-228)
Parson, David
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Trelech: the geophysical survey of a possible medieval hospice site (pp 229-233)
Hamilton, M & Howell, R
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1999 (pp 235-354)
Bradley, J & Gaimster, M
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Reviews (pp 355-81)
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Short Reviews (pp 382-96)
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Accounts (pp 397-9)
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List of Officers (pp 400)
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