n.a., (1988). Brit Archaeol 6.

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Brit Archaeol 6
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British Archaeology
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6
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1988
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Peter J Reynolds
4 - 5
John A Gilks
6 - 7
The Project is collecting site records towards a gazetteer and index of published and unpublished material on mainly Neo-BA cave burials; some excavation is also planned.
Richard L Bellhouse
8 - 12
A reassessment of Bowness-on-Solway Roman fort involved early records, a few borings, and cogitation. The Vallum was located SE of the church, on a different line from that shown on the OS map.
Dan Farber
Jessie Lie Farber
13 - 15
Sonia O'Connor
16 - 21
Tomography was one of the aids used to examine the AS helmet. An exploded view shows the complex construction. Despite the arguments for exhibiting it in its conserved state only, Yorkshire Museum preferred to have the helmet restored, thus altering it irrevocably.
David J Woolliscroft
22 - 25
The earthwork on Barron's Pike is interpreted as a signal station communicating with Bewcastle, Carvoran, and Robin Hood's Butt: other lateral links in the outpost sector are suspected. (See also 88/670.)