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Volume 50 (2006) - Table of Contents

'Special Deposits' in Anglo-Saxon Settlements (pp 1-30)
Helena Hamerow
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Beyond Villages and Open Fields: The Origins and Development of a Historic Landscape Characterised by Dispersed Settlement in South-West England (pp 31-70)
S.J. Rippon, R.M. Fyfe and A.G. Brown
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The Origins of King's Lynn? Control of the Wealth on the Wash Prior to the Norman Conquest (pp 71-104)
A.R.J. Hutchinson
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Investing in Sculpture: Power in Early-historic Scotland (pp 105-42)
Meggen Gondek
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Reflections on a '9th-century' Northumbrian Metalworking Tradition: A Silver Hoard from Poppleton, North Yorkshire (pp 143-64)
Gabor Thomas
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Space and Structure at Caernarfon Castle (pp 165-178)
Michael Fradley
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Evidence for the Dissolution of Thorney Abbey: Recent Excavations and Landscape Analysis at Thorney, Cambridgeshire (pp 179-241)
John Thomas
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A Lead Model for a Late 5th- or Early 6th-century Sword-Pommel (pp 243-9)
Barry Ager
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An Early Anglo-Saxon Bridle-fitting from South Leckway, Forfar, Angus, Scotland (pp 249-60)
Tania M. Dickinson, Chris Fern and Mark A. Hall
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Implements and Utensils in Gerefa and the Organization of Seigneurial Farmsteads in the High Middle Ages (pp 260-7)
Mark Gardiner
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Gerefa 15 and 17: A Grammatical Analysis of the Lists of Nouns (pp 268-70)
John Hines
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 2005 (pp 271-400)
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Reviews (pp 401-440)
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Short Reviews (pp 441-53)
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Annual Report (pp 455)
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Examiners Report (pp 456)
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Accounts (pp 457-9)
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List of Officers (pp 461-3)
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