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Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 21, 1993

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Heslop  D. H. and L. Truman: The Cooperage, 32-34 The Close: a timber-framed building in Newcastle upon Tyne. 1-14
Topping, Peter: Lordenshaws Hillfort and its Environs. 15-27
Bishop, M. C. with contributions by Brickstock, R., Chard, M., Coulston, J. C. N., Dickinson, B., Dore, J.N., Hartley, K., Huntley, J. P., Noel, M., and Stallybrass S.: Excavations in the Roman Fort at Chester-le Street (Concangis), Church Chare 1990-91. 29-85
Bailey, Richard N.: An Anglo-Saxon Strap-end from Wooperton. 87-91
Nolan, John,with contributions from Vaughan, Janet, Graves, C. Pamela, Dobney, Keith, and Jaques, Deborah : The Town Wall, Newcastle upon Tyne. Excavations at Orchard Street and Croft Street, 1987-89. 93-149
Ellison, Margaret, McCombie, Grace, MacElvaney, Mick, Newman, Andrew, O'Brien, Colm, Taverner, Nick, and Williams, Alan: Excavations at Newcastle Quayside: Waterfront Development at the Swirle. 151-234
Philipson, John: William Moraley, Watchmaker, of Newcastle (1699-1762). 235-239
Harbottle, Stephen: The Disruption of the Newcastle Medical School in 1851 and its Consequences. 241-264
Museum Notes
Williams, Elizabeth: A Barbed and Tanged Arrowhead from Flow Moss, Dryburn Moor, Allendale. 265
Allason-Jones, Lindsay: Bronze Age Axehammer from Felton, Northumberland. 266-267
Coulston, J. C. N., and Hart, C. R.: An Altar from Chipchase, Northumberland. 267-270
Linsley, Stafford M.: G. Bennett, E. Clavering, A. Rounding A Fighting Trade–Rail Transport in Tyne Coal 1600-1800. 271-273
Hyland, Ann: K. R. Dixon and P. Southern, The Roman Cavalry from the First to Third Century AD. 273-274
Philipson, John: N. Pevsner et al., The Buildings of England: Northumberland (2nd revised edition). 274-275
Thornborrow, J. W.,: S. Wass, The Amateur Archaeologist. 275-276
Philipson, John: J. C. Mann, Staindrop Meeting House. 276-277
Books Received: 277

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