Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1980) Volume 52

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 52 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1980.

Contents

  • Charles Clay, 1885-1978 — Christopher Brooke
  • Excavation of Barrows at Grindale and Boynton, East Yorkshire, 1972 — T.G. Manby
  • The Parish of Warter and the Castle of Galchlin — Edmund King
  • Excavations at Conisbrough Castle 1973-1977 — Stephen Johnson
  • York Minster and the Decorated Style in Yorkshire — Nicola Coldstream
  • The Monasteries of North-East Yorkshire and the Medieval Wool Trade — Bryan Waites
  • The Defeat of John Belasyse: Civil War in Yorkshire, January-April 1644 — P.R. Newman
  • Hull and the Forty-Five — F.J. Mclynn
  • Otley: A Study of a Market Town During the Late Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries — Doreen E. Smith
  • The Rockingham Mausoleum (1784-1793) — R.B. Wragg
  • Jugular Vein Occlusion in the Bronze Age — Keith Manchester
  • A Pagan Anglo-Saxon Cremation Burial From Sancton, East Yorkshire — Nigel Kerr
  • A Twelfth-century Example of the Anglo-Saxon Calendar — Kenneth Harrison
  • Wheat Prices in Elizabethan Hull — Donald Woodward
  • Recent Air Photographs of Duggleby Howe and the Ferrybridge Henge — D.N. Riley
  • The Yorkshire Archaeological Register: 1979
  • Bibliographical Notes
  • Book Reviews

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