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 (2002) Series: 3, Volume 2.

Table of Contents

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Coastline and Upland in Cumbrian Prehistory - A Retrospective.
P. J. Cherry and J. Cherry (pp. 1-20)
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Two prehistoric boundary types previously unrecorded in Cumbria.
Tom Clare (pp. 21-28)
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Excavation of a burnt mound at Sparrowmire Farm, Kendal.
Richard Heawood and Elizabeth Huckerby (pp. 29-50)
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The Ambleside Roman Gravestone.
John Thorley (pp. 51-58)
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Some stray finds from the Ravenglass area, Cumbria and their implications.
James Gerrard and Sally Mills (pp. 59-66)
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A hoard of Roman coins of the third and fourth centuries from Distington, Cumbria.
Ian Caruana and David Shotter (pp. 67-78)
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Roman Britain and "The Year of the Four Emperors".
David Shotter (pp. 79-86)
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Lord William Howard and the Naworth-Rokeby Collection of inscribed Roman Stones.
Leslie W. Hepple (pp. 87-102)
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Beacon Hill, Aspatria: an early Christian carved stone rehabilitated.
David Petts (pp. 103-110)
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A group of pre-Conquest metalwork from Asby Winderwath Common.
B. J. N. Edwards (pp. 111-144)
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Two early medieval settlement sites in eastern Cumbria?
Richard Heawood and Christine Howard-Davis (pp. 145-170)
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The Brownes of Townend and the Township of Troutbeck 1500-1750.
M. A. Parsons (pp. 171-182)
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The cattle trading activities of Sir Daniel Fleming of Rydal Hall, 1656-1700.
Blake Tyson (pp. 183-200)
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Mislet, the Braithwaites, and the Black Drop.
Janet D. Martin (pp. 201-208)
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Recent archaeological work at Rusland Tannery, Cumbria.
Juliet Reeves (pp. 209-216)
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Abbey Street Dissenting Meeting Carlisle c.1773-c.1810.
Ian Moonie (pp. 217-230)
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A history of the Wray Castle Estate, Claife.
Jamie Lund (pp. 231-252)
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Duddon Hall and its owners 1784-1860.
Timothy Cockerill (pp. 253-260)
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Clay drainage tile and pipe manufacture at Johnby Wythes, Greystoke, c.1851-1909.
E. Davis (pp. 261-276)
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The Regional Roots of Feminism: A Victorian woman newspaper owner.
Peter Lucas (pp. 277-300)
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Various. (pp. 301-316)
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Dating and rates of sea level rise.
T. Clare (pp. 301)
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Long Meg Mid-Winter shadow path.
Steven Hood, B.Sc. (Hons.) and Douglas Wilson (pp. 301-302)
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Environmental change and Castlerigg stone circle.
T. Clare, D. M. Wilkinson and S. R. Pile (pp. 302-305)
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Recent Roman coin finds from Cumbria.
David Shotter (pp. 305-306)
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Some probable Roman roads in East Cumbria.
Alan Richardson (pp. 307-309)
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A Roman quernstone from Ainstable, Cumbria.
Philip Cracknell (pp. 309-310)
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The Cumbric name of Harthkyn, a field near Ponsonby.
Andrew Breeze, M.A., Dip.Celt.Stud., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S., F.S.A. (pp. 310-311)
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The Countess's Pillar: a misrepresentation corrected.
Blake Tyson (pp. 311-313)
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Peter Rabbit and industrial archaeology: a previously unrecognised picture of a bark peeler's hut.
Tom Clare (pp. 313-314)
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Tyne (or Brewery) Bridge, Alston.
R. W. Rennison (pp. 314-316)
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In Memoriam: Clare Isobel Fell, M.A., F.S.A. (10th October 1912 - 17th July 2002).
James Cherry (pp. 317-320)
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Anon. (pp. 321-330)
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