Archaeologia Aeliana or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity. 4th Series. Volume XXXIX [39]. 1961

By: C H Hunter Blair

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Light shelfwear to cover, some light tanning to pages. No dustwrapper (as issued). Contents include: Roman jewellery found in Northumberland and Durham; The Roman Mausoleum on Shorden Brae, Beaufront, Corbridge; The horned god of the Brigantes; Further notes on rectilinear earthworks in Northumberland: some medieval and later settlements; The seventh-century church at Hexham: a new appreciation; Medieval trading restrictions in the North East; Whisky smuggling on the Border in the early Nineteenth Century; Nafferton Castle, Northumberland, Second Report; War at sea under the early Tudors Part II; The last days of the unreformed Corporation of Newcastle upon Tyne; Medieval and other pottery from Finchale Priory, Co Durham; Excavations in Housesteads fort, 1960; Housesteads civil settlement, 1960; An excavation at Chesters, 1960; The Pipe Rolls of Edward I (cont); Two eighteenth century maps; Some evidence of Lollard activity in the diocese of Durham in the early Fifteenth Century; Sculptured Anglian masonry in the tower of Corbridge church; Two letters patent from Hutton John near Penrith, Cumberland.

Title: Archaeologia Aeliana or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity. 4th Series. Volume XXXIX [39]. 1961

Author Name: C H Hunter Blair

Categories: Periodicals, Archaeology and Prehistory,

Publisher: The Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne: 1961

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: no wrapper

Type: Book

Seller ID: 14030129-66

Keywords: NORTHUMBERLAND, DURHAM, ROMAN JEWELLERY, MAUSOLEUM, CORBRIDGE, BRIGANTES, HEXHAM, CHURCH, WHISKY, SMUGGLING, NAFFERTON CASTLE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, FINCHALE PRIORY, HOUSESTEADS, CHESTERS, PIPE ROLLS