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Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 29, 2001

Breeze, David J., and Hill, P. R.: Hadrian's Wall began here. 1-2
Hill, P. R.: Hadrian's Wall from MC0 to MC9. 3-18
Hepple, Leslie W.: Charles Francis Forster, Northumbrian Antiquary, and the Campville Collection of Roman Antiquities. 19-30
Breeze, Andrew: The Name of Maelmin, near Yeavering. 31-2
Cambridge, Eric, Gates, Tim, and Williams, Alan: Berwick and Beyond: Medieval Religious Establishments on the North Western Margin of Berwick-upon-Tweed–Problems of Identity and Context. 33-94
Truman, Laurence: Excavations at Stockbridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1995. 95-221
King, Andy: Lordship, Castles and Locality: Thomas of Lancaster, Dunstanburgh Castle and the Lancastrian Affinity in Northumberland, 1296-1322. 223-34
Harbottle, Barbara, and Ellison, Margaret: An Excavation at Etal Castle, Northumberland, in 1978. 235-52
Shenton, Caroline: The Location of the Siege Camp at Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1333. 253-5
Dixon, Marie C.: Retrospective Treason?: The Nessfield Escheats. 257-68
Rennison, R. W.: The Great Inundation of 1771 and the Rebuilding of the North-East's Bridges. 269-91
Note
Arribas, Àngels: The Conservation Treatment of a Plan of Newcastle upon Tyne by James Corbridge. 293-7
Book Reviews
Hill, P. R.: Taylor, The Forts on Hadrian's Wall: a comparative analysis of the form and construction of some buildings; and Shirley, The Construction of the Roman Legionary Fortress at Inchtuthil. 299-301
Dobson, Brian: Irby-Massie, Military Religion in Roman Britain. 301-2
Crow, James G.: Bidwell, Snape & Croom, Hardknott Roman Fort, Cumbria, including an account of the excavations by the late Dorothy Charlesworth. 302-3
Mann, John C.: Ewin, Hadrian's Wall: a social and cultural history. 303-4
Keevill, Graham: Summerson & Harrison, Lanercost Priory, Cumbria: a survey and documentary history. 304-6
Derry, John: Brett, The Grey Monument: the making of a regional landmark. 306
Fern, Roger: Index. 307

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