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5th Series, 1973-

Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 3, 1975


Jobey, G., and Newman, T. G.: A collared urn cremation on Howick Heugh, Northumberland. 1-16
Charlesworth, Dorothy: The Commandant's house, Housesteads. 17-42
Maxfield, Valerie A., and Reed, Alan: Excavations at Ebchester Roman Fort 1972-3. 43-104
Simpson, Grace: The moving milecastle: or how Turret 0B came to be called Milecastle 1. 105-115
Harbottle, Barbara: An excavation in the nave of Woodhorn Church, Northumberland, 1974. 117-120
Howlett, D. R.: The provenance, date, and structure of De Abbatibus. 121-130
Macdonald, Stuart: The role of George Culley of Fenton in the development of Northumberland agriculture. 131-141
Ellison, Margaret: The Tyne glasshouses and Beilby and Bewick workshop. 143-193
Slade, Jack and Margaret: Railway structures near Falstone, on the former Border Counties Railway. 195-203
Museum Notes
Morris, C. D.: Objects from Viking period graves at Norby, Norway. 205-211
Newman, T. G.: A sherd of Iron Age pottery from southern England. 211-212
Wright, R. P., and Hill, Stephen: A sculptured and inscribed tombstone from Halton Chesters, Northumberland. 212-4
Notes
Jobey, George: A souterrain at Milfieldhill, Northumberland. 215-7
Jobey, George: A Beaker burial from North Hazelrigg, Northumberland. 217-9
Weyman, Joan: Mesolithic occupation at Gallowhill Farm, Corbridge. 219-221
Shiel, N.: Casual finds from South Shields. 221-2
Hill, Stephen, and Welfare, Humphrey: The pottery from Turret 19B, West Clarewood. 222-6
Reviews
Philipson, J.: Atkinson, Frank, Industrial Archaeology in North East England, Vol I. 227
---: Books Received. 228
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