The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 50 1978

By: Anon

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Some light soiling to covers but internally text block is clean. 155 pages. Contents include:- The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1977; Apron Full of Stones, a Prehistoric Cairn, Thornton in Lonsdale, North Yorkshire; Excavations of Barrows at Lingmoore, Near Hutton-le-Hole, North Yorkshire; A Grave-Group from Levisham Moor, North Yorkshire; an Iron Age Enclosure on Great Ayton Moor, North Yorkshire; Excavations at Lings Farm, Dunsville, Hatfield; A Romano-British Settlement at Sandtoft, South Humberside; A Twelfth Century Stamford Ware Pitcher from the Roman Fort, Slack; York's Earliest Administrative Record: The Husgabel Roll of c1284; An Excavation at Chapel Garth, Bolton, Fangfoss, Humberside; Richard Clervaux of Croft: A North Riding Squire in the Fifteenth Century; Saxton's Apprenticeship: John Rudd, A Yorkshire Cartographer; St. Martin's Church Allerton Mauleverer; Obituary: Sir Charles Clay, Mr. Hartley Thwaite.

Title: The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 50 1978

Author Name: Anon

Categories: ZVAB, Archaeology,

Publisher: Yorkshire, The Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Sockety: 1977

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Size: 4to

Seller ID: 030111

Keywords: Archaeology, Yorkshire, History, Societies,