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The Antiquaries Journal Vol 90, 2010

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`A Noble Group of Barrows': Bush Barrow and the Normanton Down Early Bronze Age Cemetery Two Centuries On
Stuart Needham, FSA, Andrew I Lawson, FSA, and Ann Woodward, FSA
The Siting of Metalwork Hoards in the Bronze Age of South-East England David Yates and Richard Bradley, FSA
The Environmental and Social Context of the Isleham Hoard
Tim Malim, FSA, Steve Boreham, David Knight, FSA, George Nash, Richard Preece and Jean-Luc Schwenninger
Gildas and the Schools of Cirencester Andrew Breeze, FSA
The 'Staffordshire Hoard': the Fieldwork Stephen Dean, Della Hooke, FSA, and Alex Jones
Units of Account in Gold and Silver in Seventh-Century England: Scillingas, Sceattas and Paeningas John Hines, FSA
Deer, Land, Knives and Halls: Social Change in Early Medieval England Naomi Sykes, FSA
`Garments so Chequered': the Bible of Citeaux, the Bayeux Tapestry and the Vair Pattern Daniel Phoenix
A Missing Link: a Reappraisal of the Date, Architectural Context and Significance of the Great Tower of Dudley Castle Malcolm Hislop,
A Painted Casket in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London Henrike Manuwald and Nick Humphrey
Scottish Medieval Parish Churches: the Evidence from the Dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld Richard Fawcett, FSA, Richard Oram, FSA, and Julian Luxford, FSA
The Sparham Corpse Panels: Unique Revelations of Death from Late Fifteenth-Century England Julian Luxford, FSA
The Construction of Northumberland House and the Patronage of its Original Builder, Lord Henry Howard, 1603-14 Manolo Guerci
Antiquarian Attitudes: Crossed Legs, Crusaders and the Evolution of an Idea Oliver D Harris
The Parkers of Heytesbury: Archaeological Pioneers Paul Everill
Prehistoric Annals and Early Medieval Monasticism: Daniel Wilson, James Young Simpson and their Cave Sites Krisydn Ahronson and T M Charles-Edwards

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The Antiquaries Journal Vol 90, 2010

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Articles
`A Noble Group of Barrows': Bush Barrow and the Normanton Down Early Bronze Age Cemetery Two Centuries On
Stuart Needham, FSA, Andrew I Lawson, FSA, and Ann Woodward, FSA
The Siting of Metalwork Hoards in the Bronze Age of South-East England David Yates and Richard Bradley, FSA
The Environmental and Social Context of the Isleham Hoard
Tim Malim, FSA, Steve Boreham, David Knight, FSA, George Nash, Richard Preece and Jean-Luc Schwenninger
Gildas and the Schools of Cirencester Andrew Breeze, FSA
The 'Staffordshire Hoard': the Fieldwork Stephen Dean, Della Hooke, FSA, and Alex Jones
Units of Account in Gold and Silver in Seventh-Century England: Scillingas, Sceattas and Paeningas John Hines, FSA
Deer, Land, Knives and Halls: Social Change in Early Medieval England Naomi Sykes, FSA
`Garments so Chequered': the Bible of Citeaux, the Bayeux Tapestry and the Vair Pattern Daniel Phoenix
A Missing Link: a Reappraisal of the Date, Architectural Context and Significance of the Great Tower of Dudley Castle Malcolm Hislop,
A Painted Casket in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London Henrike Manuwald and Nick Humphrey
Scottish Medieval Parish Churches: the Evidence from the Dioceses of Dunblane and Dunkeld Richard Fawcett, FSA, Richard Oram, FSA, and Julian Luxford, FSA
The Sparham Corpse Panels: Unique Revelations of Death from Late Fifteenth-Century England Julian Luxford, FSA
The Construction of Northumberland House and the Patronage of its Original Builder, Lord Henry Howard, 1603-14 Manolo Guerci
Antiquarian Attitudes: Crossed Legs, Crusaders and the Evolution of an Idea Oliver D Harris
The Parkers of Heytesbury: Archaeological Pioneers Paul Everill
Prehistoric Annals and Early Medieval Monasticism: Daniel Wilson, James Young Simpson and their Cave Sites Krisydn Ahronson and T M Charles-Edwards

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
514
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Title:
The Antiquaries Journal Vol 90, 2010

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