Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1972) Volume 44

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 44 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1972.


  • Rudston Barrow LXII: the 1968 Excavation — A.L. Pacitto
  • Excavation of Iron Age Hut Circles at Percy Rigg, Kildale — R.S. Close
  • Industrial Evidence From the Villa at Langton, East Yorkshire — Ian H. Goodall
  • Excavations in the Defences of the City of York: An Early Medieval Stone Tower and the Successive Earth Ramparts — The Late J. Radley
  • Excavations in Low Petergate, York, 1957-58 — Peter Wenham
  • An Excavation at Weaverthorpe Manor, East Riding, 1960 — T.C.M. Brewster
  • Medieval Assessments and Agricultural Prosperity in Northeast Yorkshire, 1292-1342 — Bryan Waites
  • John Bunny’s House, Wakefield — K.S. Bartlett
  • The Abbot of Selby’s Financial Statement for the Year Ending Michaelmas 1338 — G.S. Haslop
  • The Archives of Selby Abbey — K.G.T. Mcdonnell
  • Earlsheaton Hall: A Sixteenth-century Timber-Framed Building Near Dewsbury — S. Wrathmell
  • The Chantries of the East Riding of Yorkshire at the Dissolution in 1548 — C.J. Kitching
  • The Development of Underdraining on a Yorkshire Estate During the Nineteenth Century — A.D.M. Phillips
  • Parliamentary Representation in the Borough of Richmond — R.T. Fieldhouse
  • The Yorkshire Archaeological Register
  • Bibliographical and Archival Notes
  • Book Reviews

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