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 Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series, Vol. 39, 2010

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Heywood, Brenda, and David J. Breeze: The Vallum causeway and fort ditches at Great Chesters. 1–7
Corby, Mark: Hadrian's Wall and the defence of North Britain. 9–13
Egeler, Matthias: A note on the dedication lamiis tribus (RIB 1331) as represented on the Seal of the Society. 15–23
Birley, Andrew, and Anthony Birley: A Dolichenum at Vindolanda. 25–51
Bidwell, Paul: A survey of the Anglo-Saxon crypt at Hexham and its reused Roman stonework. 53–145
Nolan, John, with Barbara Harbottle and Jenny Vaughan: The Early Medieval cemetery at the Castle, Newcastle upon Tyne. 147–287
Orme, Nicholas: The schools and schoolmasters of Durham, 1100-1539. 289–305
Gemmill, Elizabeth, Ben Dodds, and Phillipp Schofield: Durham grain prices, 1278-1515. 307–27
Brogan, G.: Excavations and building recording at 44 to 48 High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne. 329–74
Clark, John E.: Hexham Abbey: the various movements of the fittings since the Dissolution. 375–400
Taylor, Patrick, and Williams, Alan: The Newburn wherries: remnants of the River Tyne's industrial past. 401–25
Museum Notes:
Allason-Jones, Lindsay: A Tale of Four Paterae. 427–32
Keech, Louise: A Late Sixteenth-Century Westerwald Jug. 432–38
Book reviews:
Breeze, David J.: Rushworth (ed.), Housesteads Roman Fort – The Grandest Station: Excavation and Survey at Housesteads, 1954–95. 439–40
Hodgson, N.: Wilmott (ed.), Hadrian's Wall: Archaeological Research by English Heritage 1976–2000. 440–1
Welfare, Humphrey: Breeze and Woolliscroft (eds.), Excavation and Survey at Roman Burgh-by-Sands. 441–2
Welfare, Humphrey: Breeze, Edge of Empire. Rome's Scottish Frontier: The Antonine Wall. 442
Bailey, Richard N.: Townend, The Vikings and Victorian Lakeland: the Norse Medievalism of W. G. Collingwood and his Contemporaries. 442–3
Fern, Roger: Index. 445

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