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Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series, Vol. 26, 1948

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---: List of plates. ix
---: Illustrations in text. ix
---: Thanks for gifts of illustrations. xi
---: Council and officers for 1948. xiii
Stevens, C. E.: The building of Hadrian’s wall. 1-46
Collingwood, E. F. and Cowen, J. D.: A prehistoric grave at Haugh Head, Wooler. 47-54
Cowen, J. D.: A Viking sword from Eaglesfield. 55-61
Hunter Blair, C. H.: Some northern ecclesiastical and communal seals. 62-88
Bosanquet, Robert Carr (late), Cowen, J. D. (ed.): A bone weaving frame from South Shields. 89-97
Hunter Blair, Peter: The Northumbrians and their southern frontier. 98-126
Cowen, J. D.: Museum Notes.
1. A lost flat axe of the Bronze Age. 127-128
2. Two early drawings of prehistoric objects. 128-131
3. Prehistoric bronzes from Miss Walker’s collection. 131-135
4. A bronze axe-head from Belford. 135-137
5. A bronze socketed axe from Cheviot. 138-139
6. The Corbridge gold ring: a footnote. 139-142
7. The Carvoran spear-head again. 142-144
8. A spear-head from Festiniog, North Wales. 144-146
9. A rare iron axe-head. 146-150
10. An early find from near Wallington. 150-152
Evetts, L. C.: The lettering of Roman-British inscribed stones. 153-171
Gillam, J. P. and Birley, Eric: Mortarium stamps from Corbridge. 172-204
Child, F. Austin: Henry Leicester Hicks. 205-211
---: Index to the building of Hadrian's wall. 209-211
---: Index. 212

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