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"Vairdre Book."   303–312
"Vitrified products" - a comment Leo Biek 81–82
"W. FitzG." An ancient wooden vessel.   465–
"W. FitzG." An unrecorded long stone in the county Kildare.   463–464
"W. FitzG." Baltinglass Hill.   353–
"W. FitzG." Temple Carragh.   355–
"W. FitzG." The county Wicklow, barony of Upper Talbotstown, and whence its name.   460–461
"W. G. C." New find of Pre-Norman stones at Bedale.   259–260
"W. G. D. F." Extent of the Manor of Cheswardine and a moiety of the Manor of Childs Ercall.   361–367
"W. G. D. F." Four Shropshire inquisitions post mortem.   368–372
"W. G. D. F." Institutions of Shropshire incumbents.   39–54
"W. G. D. F." Three early Shropshire charters.   60–62
"Waterville," North Shields: the home of an antiquary. Horatio A. Adamson 38–42
"Wenlocks" and the Wenlock family of Langham. L. C. Sier 334–340
"White Ladies," Staffordshire. C. Lynam 215–216
”Its sixty years since' [being a history of the Society] H R W Hall  
'. . . not what we ought to say' [CBA Presidential Address] P J Fowler 61–71
'... Scotland cannot have been an inviting country for agricultural settlement Gordon Barclay 31–44
'...And Pretty Coins All in a Row Anna Gannon 13–17
'...bead which have given rise to so much dogmatism, controversy and rash speculation Alison Sheridan, Andrew J Shortland 263–279
'A bowke consernyng Canfforde Robert C Hairsine 45–52
'A certain very ancient book'. Traces of an Arthurian source in Geoffrey of Monmouth's History Geoffrey ASHE 301–323
'A Dialogue I'll Tell You as True as mee Life . . .' Robert Young 11–22
'A fayre house, buylt by Sir Thomas Smith': the development of Hill Hall, Essex, 1557-81 Paul Drury 98–123
'A hearse! A hearse! My kingdom for a hearse!' Bruce Watson 2–3
'A king across the sea': Alfred in continental perspective Janet L Nelson 45–68
'A Maudlin and Monstrous Pile': The Mansion at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire Kathryn A Morrison 81–106
'A mother of men': the countess Gytha [wife of Godwin, Earl of Wessex] Barbara Clay-Finch  
'A New Type' for Burgred Christopher Blunt 159–
'A note on the history and archaeology of jew's harps in Ireland [13th-18th century] Ann Buckley 30–36
'A numismatic history of the reign of Henry I' by W. J. Andrew: [a criticism] C G Crump, C Johnson  
'A pirate's journal' [written by William Davidson when aboard a Russian pirate ship in the Mediterranean, 1787] F K Ingram  
'A pretended voyage to America Edna Rideout  
'A role for all Jeff Pride 8–9
'A Roman camp kettle of copper' [=LBA bucket from Coddington, Cheshire] C Stephen Briggs 90–91
'A setting of cheap thrills and false emotions'? Paul Everson 1–36
'A short drive to Candle Field Chris Baker 5–5
'A society in Aldersgate Street [London]' (John Wesley's journal, May 24, 1738) H W Mansfield  
'A trade not for gentlemen Richard Hodges 498–499
'A trve and short declaration, both of the gathering and joining together of certain persons (with John More, Dr. Theodore Naudin, and Dr. Peter Chamberlen) and also of the lamentable breach and division which fell amongst them    
'A very human trade: the archaeology of slavery Peter Aherne 0–0
'A walking shadow': cropmarks in the Rutland landscape Fred Hartley 100–104
'A walking shadow': cropmarks in the Rutland landscape F Hartley 100–104
'Agricultural building' at Hill Farm, Gestingthorpe Susan J Brown 2–8
'Amicus redivivus': an account of George Dyer [d. 1841] F W E Barker  
'An account of the Progress of the Gospel M H Jones  
'An uncalculating grasp of beauty Michael Andrew Johnson 107–114
'Anglo-Saxon Architecture' and Anglo-Saxon studies: a review Martin Biddle, Rosemary Cramp,
M McC Gatch, S Keynes,
B KjĂžlbye-Biddle
293–317
'Anthropological indicators in pollen diagrams', ed by K-E Behre (1986) J R A Greig 11–13
'Ardleigh ring five F H Erith 2–4
'Background noise' and site definition: a contribution to survey methodology T W Gallant 403–418
'Barnstaple bulldogs R. Pearse Chope  
'BEAKER' - an expert system for the BBC micro [based on Clarke classification] M C Bishop, J Thomas 56–62
'Beyond military archaeology John Carman, Patricia Carman 275–281
'Bidentes Hoylandie': a mediaeval sheep farm 'being an analysis of the sheep-farming records of Crowland, 1258-1322] F M PAGE  
'Big Game' extinction caused by Late Pleistocene climatic change: Irish Elk (Megaloceros giganteus) in Ireland Anthony D Barnosky 128–135
'Blacking' in Berkshire [poaching in Windsor Forest 1722-3] G A Kempthorne  
'Blue and white' for the archaeologist [useful books on wares] Peter V Webster 88–90
'Bonners', 16 Park Square, Luton [built 1748: description and tenurial history] David H Kennett, Terence Paul Smith 81–85
'Bonnie Dundee E W Sheppard  

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