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Volume 13 (1969) - Table of Contents

List of Illustrations (pp - -)
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The Anglo-Saxon village of West Stow: an interim report of the excavations 1965-8 (pp 1-20)
West, Stanley E
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Plates (pp - -)
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Excavations at the Saxon monastic sites of Wearmouth and Jarrow, Co Durham: an interim report (pp 21-66)
Cramp, Rosemary
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A metalworking site at Kiondroghad, Kirk Andreas, Isle of Man (pp 67-83)
Gelling, P S
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The Burghal Hidage: the establishment of a text (pp 84-92)
Hill, David H
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Red-painted and glazed pottery in Western Europe from the eighth to the twelfth century (pp 93-147)
Hurst, John G
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Haberget: a medieval textile conundrum (pp 148-66)
Carus-Wilson, Eleanora
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Excavations at the medieval village of Wythemail, Northamptonshire (pp 167-203)
Hurst, D Gillian and Hurst, John G
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Britannia et Anglia (pp 204-6)
Thompson, M W
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A late 6th-century cruciform brooch from Toddington, Bedfordshire: an Anglo-Saxon connexion examined (pp 206-9)
Kennett, David H
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Early Anglo-Saxon gold braids: addenda and corrigenda (pp 209-10)
Crowfoot, Elisabeth
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A rune-stone from Victoria Cave, Settle, Yorkshire (pp 211-4)
Swanton, M J
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Further work at Conisburgh Castle, Yorkshire (pp 215-6)
Thompson, M W
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Further work at Bolingbroke Castle, Lincolnshire (pp 216-7)
Thompson, M W
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Kenilworth Castle since 1962 (pp 218-20)
Thompson, M W
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Medieval timberwork at Bisham Abbey (pp 220-4)
Fletcher, John M and Hewett, C A
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A ring-brooch from Waterlooville, Hants (pp 224-6)
Cherry, J
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Medieval church cruets in pottery (pp 226-7)
Dunning, G C
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The Orkney and Shetland Conference, 1969 (pp 227-228)
Wilson, David M
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The vernacular architecture group conference, 1969 (pp 228-229)
Gee, E A
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Medieval Britain in 1968 (pp 230-287)
Wilson, David M and Hurst, D Gillian
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Reviews (pp 288-307)
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Accounts (pp 308-9)
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List of Officers and Committees (pp 310)
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