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Volume 49 (2005) - Table of Contents

An Early-medieval Monastic Cemetery at Llandough, Glamorgan: Excavations in 1994 (pp 1-92)
Neil holbrook and Alan Thomas
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From Villa to Monastery: Llandough in Context (pp 93-07)
Jeremy K. Knight
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Symbols of Protection: The Significance of Animal-ornamented Shields in Early Anglo-Saxon England (pp 109-63)
Tania M. Dickinson
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New Light on the Origins of Open-field Farming? (pp 165-93)
Susan Oosthuizen
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A Viking-age Valley in Iceland: The Mosfell Archaeological Project (pp 195-18)
Jesse Byock, Phillip Walker, Jon Erlandson, Per Holck, Davide Zori, Magnus Gudmundsson and Mark Tveskov
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Ceramic Petrology and the Study of Anglo-Saxon and Later Medieval Ceramics (pp 219-45)
Alan Vince
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The Dispersed Sculpture of Parthenay and the Contributions of Nuclear Science (pp 247-80)
Robert A. Maxwell, Lore L. Holmes and Garmon Harbottle
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Re-used Boat Planking from a 13th-century Revetment in Doncaster, South Yorkshire (pp 281-304)
S.J. Allen, D.M. Goodburn, J.M. McComish and P. Walton Rogers
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Geophysical Survey at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland (pp 305-10)
Philip N. Wood
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De Courcy's Castle: New Insights into the First Phase of Anglo-Norman Building Activity at Carrickfergus Castle, County Antrim (pp 311-7)
Colm Donnelly, John O Neill, Tom McNeill and Paul McCooey
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Recent Palaeoenvironmental Evidence for the Processing of Hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) in Eastern England During the Medieval Period (pp 317-22)
B.R. Gearey, A.R. Hall, H. Kenward, M.J. Bunting, M.C. Lillie and J.Carrott
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Medieval Britain and Ireland in 2004 (pp 323-473)
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Reviews (pp 475-512)
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Short Reviews (pp 512-27)
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Annual Report (pp 529-30)
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Examiner's Report (pp 531)
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Accounts (pp 532-4)
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List of Officers (pp 535)
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Contributors (pp 536-8)
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