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Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series, Vol. 29, 1951

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---: List of plates. ix
---: Illustrations in text. x
---: Thanks for illustrations. xi
---: Council and officers for 1951. xiii
---: Officers of the society from 1813. xv
Richmond, I. A. and Gillam, J. P. (with a contribution by Eric Birley): The Temple of Mithras at Carrawburgh. 1-92
Craster, E.: The Miracles of Farne. 93-107
Toynbee, M. R.: Fresh light on William Larson’s statue of James II at Newcastle upon Tyne. 108-117
Simpson, W. Douglas: Haughton Castle. 118-134
Lee, Charles E.: The wagonways of Tyneside. 135-202
Wright, R. P. and Gillam, J. P.: Second report on Roman Buildings at Old Durham. 203-212
Wake, T. and Wright, R. P.: An early Bronze Age cist at Kelloe Law, Co. Durham. 213-220
Swinbank, Brenda and Spaul, J. E. H.: The spacing of the forts on Hadrian’s Wall. 221-238
Jones, Margaret E. and Honeyman, H. L.: Thomas Oliver and his plans for central Newcastle upon Tyne. 239-252
Book Reviews
Hunter Blair, Peter : Ordnance Survey, Map of Monastic Britain, North and South Sheets.. 253-255
Honeyman, H. L.: Charleton, R. J.,  A History of Newcastle upon Tyne. 255-256
Elliot, W. Ryle : Middlebrook, S., Newcastle upon Tyne. Its Growth and Achievement. (256-259
Hunter Blair, C. H.: Hume, W. E., The infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne 1751-1951. 259-260
Elliot, W. Ryle : Banks, F. R., Scottish Border Country. 261-263
---: Publications of the Society. 264-266
---: Index. 267-275

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