The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 43, 1971

By: Anon

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Book Condition: Very Good

A very good clean copy. 200 pages. Contents include:- The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1970; Notes on Archaeological Finds; The Excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow: Greenhowe, North Deighton, Yorkshire; A Bronze Age Barrow at Mount Pleasant, near Normanby, North Riding; Aldborough, West Riding 1964: Excavations at the South Gate and Bastion and at Extra-Mural Sites; The Reign of King Ecgfrith of Northumbria; Excavations at Burton-in-Lonsdale: A Reconsideration; The Family of Meaux; Lees Hall, Thornhill, A Medieval Timber-Framed Building in the West Riding of Yorkshire; The 1377 Poll Tax Return for the City of York; The Yorkshire Commissioners appointed for the Trial of King Charles the First; Yorkshire Estate Development and the Freehold Land Societies in the Nineteenth Century; W.E. Forsters Work in Burley in Wharfedale (1850-1886).

Title: The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 43, 1971

Author Name: Anon

Categories: Archaeology,

Publisher: Yorkshire, The Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Sockety: 1972

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 4to

Seller ID: 030104

Keywords: Archaeology, Yorkshire, History, Societies,