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'Bonners', 16 Park Square, Luton [built 1748: description and tenurial history] David H Kennett, Terence Paul Smith 81–85
'Bonnie Dundee E W Sheppard  
'Borrane' as a name for ancient sites in Man L A Garrad 607–
'Brand X' versus the recommended product Lewis R Binford 580–590
'Bridge' [house], Lynchmere P M Johnston  
'Bringing in the fly P Manning  
'Briquetage'-Funde im Weser-Ems Gebiet [Finds of briquetage in the Weser-Ems region] Elke Först 357–364
'Brother [John] Giles' becomes a recognised minister [1789] S J Price  
'Burghley House by Stamford town S S Campion  
'Burh' and 'beorg' in Devon F M Griffith 93–103
'Burnt mounds': new find dispels theory Norman Hammond  
'By South Cadbury is that Camelot Leslie Alcock 50–53
'Cae Castell', Rumney, Cardiff. Final interim report [11th century to ?1294] K W B Lightfoot 1–7
'Capel y papistiaid': the last of the old Catholic chapels of Glamorgan J O'Brien  
'Capital ship' [the expression and its use in the 17th cent.] L G Carr Laughton  
'Captain' James Whitney [d. 1693] W B Gerish  
'Carpenter' master shipwrights [17th and 18th cent.] C Knight  
'Carpenter's Gothic' and gothic carpentry: contrasting attitudes to the restoration of the Octagon and removals of the Choir at Ely Cathedral [18th century works etc] Phillip Lindley 83–112
'Catsbrook' at Biscot, near Luton W Austin  
'Causwayed camps' and interrupted ditch systems D R Wilson 178–186
'Ciborium' tombs in England 1290-1330 Loveday Lewes Gee 29–41
'Clactonian flaking' and primary flaking: some initial observations Milla Y Ohel 23–28
'Closure' and the urban Great Rebuilding in early modern Norwich Chris King 54–80
'Coast finds' by Major Moore at Felixstowe ferry Nina F Layard 132–134
'Cockles amongst the wheat': Danes and English in the western Midlands in the first half of the 11th century [historical sources] Ann Williams 1–22
'Cold Blow', Alderstead Heath K W E GRAVETT 11–12
'Concerned in ye late warre.' [Censure on a Friend, from the Somersetshire quarterly meeting books, 1685. Two similar cases are described in vol. 12]    
'Conquest, Co-existence and Change Jeffrey L Davies, Barry C Burnham 3–21
'Crested' glass bottle seaal from Bradgate Park, Leicestershire T A Pearce 60–61
'Daniel between the lions'. A circus scene or a Biblical image? Myriam Claes 43–59
'Deductive' versus 'inductive' archaeology Merrilee Salmon 376–381
'Devon on guard', 1759-1815 J W Lee  
'Devonians in London', by the Founder J MARTIN  
'Diamond' Pitt, of Boconnoc [Governor Thomas Pitt, d. 1726] R A J Walling  
'Dig for a Day' at Bradstow School, Broadstairs Emma Boast 14–15
'Domus longa' and 'long house Eric Mercer 9–10
'Dumping' [in the wheat milling industry in Britain, c. 1880-1900] H Rathbone  
'Durable Residues Ivan Briz y Godino, Myrian Álvarez,
Penny Spikins, Andrew Needham
'Eagle and standards' intaglio from St Thomas's Street, Southwark Martin Henig 243–
'Early man in Jersey' - a hundred years of La Cotte de St Brelade D J L Millar 224–229
'Early man on the hills P H L'Estrange  
'Earrings' again Andrew Sherratt 119–
'Edwardus Rex Ain' - A further postscript F Elmore JONES 363–365
'English' houses built at Moneymore, County Londonderry, c 1615 [contemporary surveys compared with building contracts] Philip Robinson 47–63
'Esquire Marsh' [Richard Marsh, d. 1672] J J Green  
'Europe in prehistory'. A unique form of primitive capitalism? M J Rowlands 63–78
'Every man at Nature's table has a right to elbow-room.' George Harrison [of Wandsworth] to David Holt [of Manchester], 1819    
'Excavating ancient camps by General Pitt-Rivers Michael D Watson 122–124
'Excavations at York Minster: the cathedral of Archbishop Thomas of Bayeux' [Derek Phillips, 1985] Richard A Hall 39–46
'Exercising professional leadership . . .': a conversation with Dr Ann Hamlin Nick Maxwell 63–64
'Exotic ninth- to tenth-century cross-decorated stones from Clonmore, Co Carlow and Begerin, Co Wexford Peter Harbison 59–66
'Façadism Matthew Saunders 227–240
'Farewell to paleodemography?' Rumors of its death have been greatly exaggerated [see 82/8801] D P Van Gerven, George J Armelagos 353–360
'Farm life in a Carolingian village' by W Groenman-van Waateringe (1987) Bruce Levitan 8–11
'Fasti' of English Presbyterian theological students, 1845 [Andrew Hamilton, d. 1900; John Sinclair, d. 1903; the Rev. George Lillie, d. 1881; the Rev. Robert Henderson, d. 1910; Norman Macbeth, R.S.A., d. 1888; Adam Steward, d. 1881; John Ogilvy Moore,    
'Finch versus Batger.' Do religious acts constitute worship? [An account of the suit of Henry Finch of Reading, d. 1805, upon his expulsion from a quarterly meeting]    
'Fire pits' at Camelon, Stirlingshire David J Breeze, Denise Rich-Gray 513–517
'First publishers of truth' in Norwich: A booke of ye sufferings of the people of God cald Quakers in the citty of Norwich [1654]    
'Friends, Romans, school children!' - archaeology and education in Croydon Gillian Batchelor 199–205
'Frisisk klede'? En diskusjon omkring noen fine tekstiler fra yngre jernalder [Frisian cloth? Discussion of some fine textiles of the Late Iron Age] Anne Stine Ingstad 81–95



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