Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1958) Volume XXXIX

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 39 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1958.

Contents

  • Neolithic 'B' Pottery from East Yorkshire — T.G. Manby
  • Barnby Howes, Barnby, East Cleveland, Yorkshire — Paul Ashbee and A.M. Apsimon
  • The Roman Excavations at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster, Part III
    • Kilns 22-25 and Iron-Smelting, Furnace I — Sheila M. Cregeen
    • Kilns 26-29 — E.F. Gilmour
  • Parisian Ware — Philip Corder
  • Four Finds from East Yorkshire — T.C.M. Brewster
  • A Danish River-Diversion — June A. Sheppard
  • Excavation of a Medieval Moat at Moat Hill, Anlaby, Near Hull — M.W. Thompson
  • Four Early Charters Relating to York — G.V. Scammell
  • Notes on Some Windows in the Choir and Lady Chapel of York Minster — John A. Knowles
  • Wilfrid Holme of Huntington: Yorkshire's First Protestant Poet — Prof. A.G. Dickens
  • Witch Posts and Early Dwellings in Cleveland — Mary Nattrass
  • Worsborough Grammar School — P.J. Wallis
  • A Neolithic Site at Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire — T.G. Manby
  • Excavations on Kildale Moor, North Riding of Yorkshire, 1953 — Paul Ashbee
  • Excavations at Newham’s Pit, Staxton, 1947-48 — T.C.M. Brewster
  • Cataractonium, Fort and Town — E.J.W. Hildyard
  • Excavation of Roman Road in Treasurer's House, York, 1954 — Peter Wenham
  • Two Discoveries of the Roman Road Between York and Tadcaster — Peter Wenham
  • Discoveries in the Roman Cemetery on the Mount, York — Charles Dickinson and Peter Wenham
  • The Roman Roads in South Yorkshire — Dorothy Greene and P.H.J. Smedley
  • The Roman East-West Road Through Sheffield — F.L. Preston
  • Roman Yorkshire — edited by Miss D. Greene
  • A Holderness Charter of William Count of Aumale — C.T. Clay
  • The Herbert House, York — T.W. French
  • Penistone Grammar School in the Eighteenth Century — John Addy
  • The Romano-British Excavations at Cantley Estate, Doncaster, The Pottery from Kilns 9—25 — Sheila M. Cregeen
  • Polished Stone Axes of Lake District Origin from Leeds — Leslie Alcock
  • A Cinerary Urn from Welburn, North Riding — T.G. Manby
  • Beakers from the Howardian Hills — T.G. Manby
  • Roman Burials from Castle Yard, York — H.G. Ramm
  • Excavations and Discoveries in a Cellar in Messrs. Chas. Hart's Premises, Feasegate, York, 1956 — James Dyer and Peter Wenham
  • A Sherd of Middle Saxon Pottery from York — I.M. Stead
  • An Anglian Cemetery on the Mount, York — I.M. Stead
  • The Saxon Cathedral at York — Kenneth Harrison
  • Staxton Ware—An Interim Report — T.C.M. Brewster
  • Bercaria and Lanaria — Dr. R.A. Donkin
  • The Fourteenth Century Fire at Selby Abbey — G.S. Haslop
  • Sir James Strangeways of West Harlsey and Whorlton: Speaker in the Parliament of 1461 — Prof. J.S. Roskell
  • Yorkshire and the Restoration — A.H. Woolrych
  • Penistone Grammar School 1392—1700 — John Addy
  • Excavations at the South Corner Tower of the Roman Fortress at York, 1956 — I.M. Stead

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