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5th Series, 1973-

Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 25, 1997

Baatz, D.: Keeping Watch over the Limes (The Eighth Horsley Memorial Lecture). 1-20
Allason-Jones, Lindsay: Visions and Dreams in Roman Britain. 21-25
Hill, D.: The Stone Wall Turrets of Hadrian's Wall. 27-49
Berry, J., and Taylor, D. J. A: The Roman Fort at Halton Chesters: a Geophysical Survey. 51-60
Crow, James, and Jackson, Mark: The Excavation of Hadrian's Wall at Sewingshields and the Discovery of a Long Cist Burial. 61-69
Sherlock, D.: Aydon Castle Kitchen and its Roof. 71-86
Hart, C. R.: Excavations at Tynemouth, 1995. 87-108
Farrant, J. H.: John Collingwood Bruce and the Bayeux Tapestry. 109-113
Rennison, R. W.: Thomas Sopwith (1803-1879): Civil and Mining Engineer: a brief biography. 115-123
McCombie, Grace: The Market Keeper's House, Scotswood Road, Newcastle upon Tyne. 125-140
Notes
Huff, C.: A Lithic Scatter from Crawley Edge, Stanhope. 141-143
Waddington, C.: Coupland: The Earliest Henge-type monument in Britain. 144-145
Tolan-Smith, M.: A Newly Discovered Promontory Fort in the Tyne Valley. 145-147
Watson, P. J., Bridges, T., and Wise, P. J.: Antiquities from Northumberland in West Midlands Museums. 147-149
Snape, M. E.: A Romano-British Chatelaine Brooch from Harraton, Tyne and Wear. 149-151
Bidwell, P. T.: A water colour of a culvert through Hadrian's Wall at West Denton, Newcastle upon Tyne. 151-152
Museum Note
Whitworth, A. M.: Five Stones from Great Chesters Fort. 153-157
Obituary
Breeze, D. J.: Charles Manser Daniels. 159-161
---: Book Notices. 163
Offler, North of the Tees: Studies in Medieval British History. 163
Faulkner (ed.), Northumbrian Panorama: Studies in the History and Culture of North East England. 163
Dodds, Historic Sites of County Durham. 163
Fern, R. W., and Manders, F. W. D.: Index. 165-180

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