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5th Series, 1973-

Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 6, 1978

Jobey, G.: Iron age and Romano-British settlements on Kennel Hall Knowe, North Tynedale, Northumberland (1976). 1-28
Greene, K.: Apperley Dene "Roman Fortlet": a re-examination, 1974-5. 29-59
Charlton, D. B., and Day, J. C.: Excavation and field survey in upper Redesdale. 61-86
Drury, J. L.: Durham Palatinate forest law and administration, specially in Weardale up to 1440. 87-105
Alexander, M. J., and Roberts, B. K.: The deserted village of Low Buston, Northumberland: a study in soil phosphate analysis. 107-116
Fraser, C. M., and Emsley, K.: Newcastle Merchant Adventurers from West Yorkshire. 117-129
Borne, P., and Dixon, Philip: Halton Castle reconsidered. 131-139
Stranks, C. J.: John Sharp at Bamborough Castle 1758-92. 141-150
Philipson, J.: Inscribed stones on the Harbottle Hills, Northumberland. 151-157
Harbottle, B.: An early cemetery at Tynemouth. 159
Museum Notes
Dennis, W.: A bronze lamp from the North Tyne at Chesters. 161-2
Gilson, A.: A doctor at Housesteads. 162-5
Savage, M.: A fourth century coin hoard from Washington (Tyne & Wear). 166-8
Harrison, R. M.: A Romano-Egyptian portrait head. 171
Notes
Jobey, G.: A Beaker burial from Altonside, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland. 173-4
Bell, R. C.: Games played at Corstopitum. 174-6
Miket, R.: Two early Anglo-Saxon brooches from Chesters and Chesterholm. 177-180
Reviews
Tylecote, R. F.: E. W. Mackie, Science and Society in Prehistoric Britain. 181
Bailey, R. N.: R. J. Cramp and J. T. Lang, A Century of Anglo-Saxon sculpture. 181-2
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