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Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 27, 1999

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Hepple, Leslie W.: Sir Robert Cotton, Camden's Britannia and the Early History of Roman Wall Studies. 1-19
Martin, Geoffrey: A Forgotten Early Christian Symbol Illustrated by Three Objects Associated with St. Cuthbert. 21-3
Breeze, Andrew: Gaelic Elements in Early Northumberland: the Place-Name Tarset and Cumeman ("Serf"). 25-7
Teasdale, J. A.: An Archaeological Investigation of the Town Wall between St. Andrew's Street and St. Andrew's Churchyard, Newcastle upon Tyne. 29-43
Williams, Alan, and Wood, Philip: Excavation in Durham's Old Borough, 1995. 45-74
Griffiths, W. B.: Excavations at the New Quay, Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1996. 75-108
Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda: Late Medieval Iron Production and Trade in the North-East. 109-22
Heslop, David, and Harbottle, Barbara: Chillingham Church, Northumberland: the South Chapel and the Grey Tomb. 123-34
de Groot, Jerome: Commerce, Religion, Loyalty: Royalist Newcastle upon Tyne, 1642-1644. 135-44
Fitzpatrick, P. J.: Richard Dawes (1708-1766), Classical Scholar and Tynesider, Part One. 145-54
Galbraith, Spence: William Hardcastle (1794-1860) of Newcastle upon Tyne and his pupil John Snow. 155-170
Rennison, R. W.: The Market Place, South Shields. 171-172
Museum Notes
Waddington, Clive: Recent lithic finds from Bowden Doors. 173-174
Schofield, David, and Waddington, Clive: A new stone axe source in the Northumberland Cheviots. 175-176
Sherlock, David: Silver spoon from Benwell Roman fort. 176-178
Book Notices
---: J. Hawkes and S. Mills (eds.), Northumbria's Golden Age. 179
---: W.M. Aird, St. Cuthbert and the Normans: The Church of Durham, 1071-1153. 179
---: F. Palgrave (ed.), Hetton-le-Hole Pitmatic Talk, 100 Years Ago. 179-180
---: M. Maddison (ed.), Northumbrian Building Studies, 3. 180
Fern, Roger: Index. 181-191

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