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Volume 33 (1989) - Table of Contents

Byzantium and Britain: a Mediterranean perspective on Post-Roman Mediterranean imports in western Britain and Ireland (pp 1-6)
Fulford, Michael G.
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Plates (pp - -)
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Fowler's Type F3 early medieval penannular brooches (pp 7-20)
Newman, C
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The introduction of the vertical watermill into Ireland: some recent archaeological evidence (pp 21-31)
Rynne, Colin
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The Alfred Jewel: reuse of Roman 'spolia' (pp 32-7)
Kornbluth, Genevra A
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Some evidence for 12th- and 13th-century linen and woollen textile processing (pp 38-52)
Higham, Mary C
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A runic inscription from Tuquoy, Westray, Orkney [in a hall-like structure] (pp 53-9)
Owen, Olwyn & McKinnell, John
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Archaeological evidence from Lubeck for changing material culture and socio-economic conditions from the 13th to the 16th century (pp 60-81)
Fehring, Gunter P
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The cemetery of the leper hospital of St Margaret, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (pp 82-9)
Farley, M & Manchester, K
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Construction of a Kent master dendrochronological sequence for oak, AD 1158 to 1540 (pp 90-8)
Laxton, R R & Litton, c D
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Excavations in the outer precinct of Tintern Abbey (pp 99-143)
Courtney, Paul et al
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Knives in early Saxon burials: blade length and age at death (pp 144-8)
Harke, Heinrich
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An Anglo-Saxon supporting-arm brooch from Eastry, Kent (pp 148-51)
Ager, Barry
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A ring-brooch and penannular brooch pin from Kelvedon, Essex (pp 151-3)
Welch, Martin G
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Late Anglo-Saxon or early Anglo-Norman cloisonne enamel brooches (pp 153-5)
Buckton, David
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A metal-working complex in the medieval city of Trondheim, Norway (pp 156-160)
McLees, Christopher
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The Leeds conference 1989 (pp 160)
Vince, Alan
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1988 [sites and finds] (pp 161-241)
Gaimster, David R M, Margeson, Sue & Barry, Terry
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Reviews (pp 242-65)
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Short Reviews (pp 265-70)
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Accounts (pp 271-73)
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List of Officers (pp 274)
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