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4th Series, 1925-1972

Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series, Vol. 33, 1955

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Hunter Blair, C. H.: The armorials of Newcastle upon Tyne. 1-16

Craster, H. Edmund.: The contents of a Northumberland mansion.17-26

Honeyman, H. Lewis: Mitford Castle. 27-34

Fraser, C. M.: Gilly-corn and the Customary of the convent of Durham. 35-60

Scammell, G. V.: A note on the chronology of the priors, archdeacons and sheriffs of Durham during the episcopate of Hugh du Puiset. 61-65

Scammell, G. V.: Two charters of bishop Hugh du Puiset of Durham relating to Landieu in Weardale. 66-69

Halcrow, E. M.: The social position and influence of the priors of Durham as illustrated by their correspondence. 70-86

Gotch, C.: Robert Mylne and Tyne bridges. 87-98

Fyson, D. R.: Some northern misericords. 99-115

Bulmer, W.: Roman glass vessels in the Corstopitum museum. 116-133

Raimes, A. L.: Shortflatt Tower and its owners – Part II.134-141

Swinbank, B.: Pottery from levels of the second and third century, covering the Vallum at Benwell. 142-162

Lilburn, A. J.: The Pipe Rolls of Edward I – Part II.163-175

Mitchell, W. S.: Bookbinders of Northumberland and Durham. 176-201

Clay, R. Mary.: Some northern anchorites. 202-217

Richmond, I. A. and Gillam, J. Pearson: Some excavations at Corbridge, 1952-54. 218-252

Cowen, J. D.: I. A. Richmond: Roman Britain. 253-254

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