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5th Series, 1973-

Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 28, 2000

Waddington, Clive: Neolithic Pottery from Woodbridge Farm, the Old Airfield, Milfield. 1-11
Welfare, Humphrey: Causeways, at Milecastles, across the Ditch of Hadrian's Wall. 13-25
Hornshaw, Thomas R.: The Wall of Severus? 27-36
Taylor, D. J. A., Robinson, J., and Biggins, J. A.: A Report on a Geophysical Survey of the Roman Fort and Vicus at Halton Chesters. 37-46
O'Brien, Colm: Thirlings Building C: a Pagan Shrine? 47-9
Ryder, Peter: Medieval Cross Slab Grave Covers in Northumberland, 1: South West Northumberland. 51-110
Leyland, Martin, and Sherlock, David: The Conservation and Study of the Eastern Arm of Tynemouth Priory Church. 111-35
Aspinall, A., Bettess, F., and Connell, R. B.: Alnmouth Old Church. 137-46
Dodds, Ben: Workers on the Pittington Demesne in the Late Middle Ages. 147-61
Paterson, Caroline: The Bell Tower at Berwick-upon-Tweed. 163-75
Drury, J. Linda: Inventories in the Probate Records of the Diocese of Durham. 177-91
Plackett, Robin L.: William Senior, Mapmaker, in Northumberland. 193-204
FitzPatrick, P. J.: Richard Dawes (1708-1766), Classical Scholar and Tynesider, Part Two. 205-13
Bennison, Brian: Tyneside's Most Respectable Breweries of 1801. 215-21
Green, Fiona: The Heated Garden Walls at Belsay Hall. 223-30
Notes
Goulding, Christopher: Literary discoveries in the Brooks Collection. 231-2
Wilson, Geoffrey: Public hire chairs in Newcastle. 232-5
Museum Note
Allason-Jones, Lindsay: A Gold Fede-ring Brooch from Whinfell Park, Cumbria. 237-40
Book Reviews
Linsley, Stafford M.: J. Addyman & B. Fawcett, The High Level Bridge and Newcastle Central Station: 150 years Across the Tyne. 241-242
Davis, Peter: Frank Atkinson The Man who made Beamish. 242-243
Book Notices
---: G.L. Irby-Massie, Military religion in Roman Britain. 245
---: G.L. Dodds, Historic Sites of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne. 245
---: R. Olmas, A Power in the Land: The Percys. 245
Fern, Roger: Index. 247-259

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