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Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 38, 2009

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Allason-Jones, Lindsay: The Museum of Antiquities: a Retrospective. 1–21
Waddington, Clive: A Note on Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon remains at Lanton Quarry near Milfield, Northumberland. 23–9
Oates, Crispian: A Holed Stone on Spy Law Beacon. 31–42
Gates, Tim: Excavation of a Late Second/Early First Millennium BC Unenclosed Roundhouse at Halls Hill, near East Woodburn, Northumberland. 43–85
Breeze, David J.: Did Hadrian design Hadrian's Wall? 87–103
Groves, Sarah, Philip Wood, and Graeme Young, with contribution by Gail Hama: The Bowl Hole Early Medieval Cemetery at Bamburgh, Excavations 1998 to 1999. 105–22
Breeze, Andrew: Din Guoaroy, the Old Welsh Name of Bamburgh. 123–7
Edwards, B. J. N.: John Collingwood Bruce: Some Sidelights. 129–37
Penn, John: The Enigmatic Architect: Frank West Rich (1840–1929). 139–49
Curry, Ian: The Newcastle upon Tyne Architectural Practice of Hicks and Charlewood and their successors, 1882–1936. 151–60
Book Reviews:
Mabbitt, John: Hill and Watkinson, Major Sanderson's War. Diary of a Parliamentary Cavalry Officer. 161
Bailey, Richard N.: Meikle and Newman, Sunderland and its Origins: Monks to Mariners. 162
Fern, Roger: Index. 163

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