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4th Series, 1925-1972

Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series, Vol. 40, 1962

---: List of plates. ix
---: Text illustrations. xi
---: Thanks for gifts. xii
---: Council and officers for 1962. xiii
---: Officers of the Society from 1813. xiv-xv
---: Editorial note. xvi
Jobey, G.: An Iron Age homestead at West Brandon, Durham. 1-34
Leach, J.: The Smith God in Roman Britain. 35-45
Jobey, G.: A note on scooped enclosures in Northumberland. 47-58
Smith, D. J.: The shrine of the nymphs and the genius loci at Carrawburgh. With a Note by Birley, E. on M. Hispanius Modestinus. 59-81
Leach, J. and Wilkes, J.: Excavations in the Roman Fort at Housesteads, 1961. Contribution by Kent, J. P.C. 83-96
Birley, R. E.: Some excavations at Chesterholm-Vindolanda. 97-103
Daniels, C.: Mithras Saecularis, the Housesteads mithraeum and a fragment from Carrawburgh. 105-115
Birley, R. E.: Housesteads Vicus, 1961. Contribution by Birley, Angela 117-133
Tait, J.: The vallum at West Denton and Heddon on the Wall. 135-143
Ridley, U.: The history of glass-making on the Tyne and Wear. 145-162
Offler, H. S.: A note on the last medieval bishops of Hexham. 163-169
Parsons, D.: The west tower of St. Andrew's church, Corbridge. 171-184
Gray, D.: An inscription at Hexham. 185-188
Jarrett, M. G.: The deserted village of West Whelpington, Northumberland. 189-225
Mott, R. A.: The London and Newcastle chaldrons for measuring coal. 227-239
Jarrett, M. G. and Edwards, B. J. N.: Medieval and other pottery from Hartlepool, Co. Durham. 241-251
Harrison, J. V.: Kirkhaugh Wills–Part I. 253-276
Smith, D. J.: The restoration of the "Birth of Mithras" from Housesteads. 277-280
Leach, J.: Note on the figure of a Genius Cucullatus from Corbridge. 280
Longworth, I. H.: Sherd from Scremerston hill, Northumberland. 280-281
Cowen, J. D.: Memoir of Lt.-Col. G. R. B. Spain, C.M.G., F.S.A.. 283-287
---: Publications of the Society. 289-290
---: Index. 291-300

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