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5th Series, 1973-

Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 13, 1985

Blagg, T. F. C.: A relief carving of two female figures from Housesteads. 1-5
Young, Robert: The Copt Hill, Houghton le Spring, round cairn: a reassessment. 7-17
Donaldson, G.H.: Roman military signalling on the North British Frontiers. 19-26
O'Sullivan, D. M.: An excavation in Holy Island village, 1977. 27-116
Stopford, J., Weyman, J., Ford, W., and Miket, R.: Two cemeteries of the second millennium B.C. in Northumberland. 117-131
Briggs, H. Denis, Cambridge, Eric, and Bailey, Richard N.: A new approach to church archaeology, II: Dowsing and excavations at Ponteland and St. Oswald's, Durham. 133-146
Charlton, D. B., and Day, J.C.: The archaeological field-sketches of Henry MacLauchlan, draftsman and surveyor (1792-1882). 147-161
McCombie, G.: The buildings of Trinity House, Newcastle upon Tyne. 163-185
Rushton, Peter: The broken marriage in early modern England: matrimonial cases from the Durham Church Courts, 1560-1630. 187-196
Campbell, W. A.: Gas lighting in Newcastle. 197-201
Museum Note
Smith, Christopher, and Bonsall, Clive: A red deer antler mattock from Willington Quay, Wallsend. 203-211
Notes
Wright, R. P: The locating of Roman structures along the line of Hadrian's Wall between Wallsend (Segedunum) and Milecastle 2. 213-4
Miket, Roger: Two Anglo-Saxon brooches: provenanced to near Corbridge. 214-6
Nolan, John: A cannon-ball from the Town Wall, Newcastle upon Tyne. 216
Briggs, G. W. D.: William Newton and Long Benton church. 217-20
Reviews
Bailey, Richard N.: Peter Hunter Blair, Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. 221
Jobey, George: David Breeze (ed.), Studies in Scottish Antiquity. 222-3
Philipson, J.: Roger Miket and Colin Burgess (eds.), Between and Beyond the Walls. 223
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