Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1986) Series: 2, Volume 86.

Table of Contents

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Prehistoric Habitation Sites in West Cumbria: Part IV, The Eskmeals Area.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. and P. J. Cherry, B.A (pp. 1-18)
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Survey and Excavation in the Solway Plain, Cumbria (1982-4).
R. H. Bewley (pp. 19-40)
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Roman Sites on the Cumberland Coast: Milefortlet 17, Dubmill Point.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc., F.S.A (pp. 41-48)
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Roman Bronzes from Maryport in the Netherhall Collection.
Janet Webster, B.A (pp. 49-70)
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Further Evidence of Centuriation in Cumbria.
A. Richardson, B. Vet. Med., PhD., MRCVS (pp. 71-78)
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The Viking-Age silver hoard from Scotby; the non-numismatic element.
Susan E. Kruse (pp. 79-84)
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The Origins of Inglewood Forest.
N. J. Higham, B.A., PhD (pp. 85-100)
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House Building in Carlisle in the Middle Ages.
B. C. Jones, M.A (pp. 101-108)
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Medieval Cockermouth.
Angus J. L. Winchester, B.A., PhD (pp. 109-128)
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Three pre-Reformation Documents concerning South Cumbria.
J. C. Dickinson, D.Litt., M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S (pp. 129-132)
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Lord Wharton's Deer Park Walls.
Mark Blackett-Ord, M.A (pp. 133-140)
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An early 17th century cruck barn in Great Langdale.
Martin Higgins and Janet D.Martin (pp. 141-144)
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Joseph Williamson and Thomas Lamplugh.
A. R. Jabez-Smith (pp. 145-162)
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Andrew Pellin's Surveying Career at Whitehaven, 1688-1705.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., FCSI (pp. 163-184)
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William Atkinson, (1692-1766), of Wigton - A Hitherto unidentified Cumbrian Pewterer.
Michael Finlay, N.D.D., Dip. Ed., F.S.V.A (pp. 185-192)
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Historical Earthquakes in Northwest England.
Charles Melville (pp. 193-220)
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The strange decline of the Lakeland yeoman; some thoughts on sources, methods and definitions.
John K. Walton (pp. 221-234)
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Some Drinking Fountains in Cumberland.
Jeremy Godwin, M.A (pp. 235-246)
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Various. (pp. 247-278)
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Stone rough-out axe from Crag House, Grasmere.
M. E. Burkett, O.B.E., B.A., F.M.A. (pp. 247)
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A Barbed and Tanged Arrowhead from Torver Low Common.
R. A. Parkin, B.A. (pp. 247)
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A settlement in Deep Gill, Ennerdale.
the late W. Fletcher (pp. 248)
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Shapbeck Stone Circle.
V. E. Turner (pp. 248-250)
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A polished stone axe from "Kirkby Stephen".
Colin Richardson (pp. 250)
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A Roman hoard from Cliburn, Penrith.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 250-255)
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Numismatic notes from Cumbria.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 255-257)
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The Romano British Farmstead at Fingland.
R. L. Bellhouse (pp. 258)
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An Intaglio from Carlisle.
Martin Henig and Martin Millett (pp. 258-259)
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The Provenance of RIB 2028.
Ian Caruana (pp. 259-260)
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An Altar to Victory from the Birdoswald sector of Hadrian's Wall.
Ian Caruana (pp. 260-264)
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A Roman brooch from Braithwaite, Cumbria.
Colin Richardson and Roger Brownsword (pp. 264-266)
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Further comments on a Medieval grave-slab.
Colin Richardson (pp. 266)
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Scottish coin from Carlisle.
Ian Caruana (pp. 266-267)
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Penny of Edward II from Botcherby.
Ian Caruana (pp. 267)
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Excavations at Crookdake Hall near Wigton.
I. D. Caruana, D. R. Perriam, E. R. T. Allnutt and A. James (pp. 267-271)
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An unrecorded half-bushel measure from Kirkoswald.
Michael Finlay, N.D.D., Dip.Ed., F.S.V.A. (pp. 271-272)
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Probate Inventories in Cumbria and in Ravenstonedale.
J. D. Marshall (pp. 273-274)
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The Finances of lames Grahme - A Reply.
Julian Munby (pp. 274-276)
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A coin hoard from Stainton near Kendal.
John Marsh (pp. 276)
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The Inghamite Chapel cottage, Kendal. An examination of an underground chamber.
Duncan Allen and Philip Bradby (pp. 276-277)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 279-286)
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