Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1981) Volume 53

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 53 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1981.


  • An Early Communication on a Rusticated Beaker from Flamborough and a Description of Two Tumuli in Thixendale — C.S. Briggs
  • A Beaker Battle-Axe From Thurstonland, near Huddersfield, and its Date — J.A. Gilks
  • Metalworking at the Stanwick Oppidum: Some New Evidence — Mansel G. Spratling
  • The Pre-Conquest Sculpture at Stonegrave — Margaret Firby and James Lang
  • The Foundation of Nostell Priory — T.N. Burrows
  • William De Malton, Master Mason — M.R. Petch
  • The Dating of Doors in the Zouche Chapel, York Minster — J.M. Fletcher and R.A. Morgan
  • French Immigrants and the Iron Industry in Sheffield — B.J. Awty
  • New Maps and Surveys by Christopher Saxton — Heather Lawrence and Richard Hoyle
  • Agrarian Society and Wealth in Mid-Wharfedale, 1664-1743 — May F. Pickles
  • Foreign-language Books in Some Yorkshire Subscription Libraries, 1785-1805 — P.S. Morrish
  • Springwood Colliery Huddersfield: a Portrait of a Yorkshire Estate Coal Mine, 1862-1877 — W.P. Hartley
  • Hammond Robertson of Liversedge: Bully or Gentleman? — John T.M. Nussey
  • German Jews in Nineteenth-Century Bradford — C.C. Aronsfeld
  • A Roman Coin Hoard from York — Michael Sekulla
  • Trial Excavations at Newton Kyme Fort in 1908 and 1909 by F. Gerald Simpson — Grace Simpson
  • An Iron Signet-ring From the Fort at Newton Kyme, Yorkshire — Martin Henig
  • An Anglo-scandinavian Cross-shaft From Haxby, North Yorkshire — R.A. Hall
  • A Lost Military Effigy From Leake, Yorkshire — Sally Badham
  • A Military Effigy at Welton, North Humberside — Brian and Moira Gittos
  • A Fifteenth-century Alabaster Panel at Burnsall — Pauline E. Sheppard Routh
  • The Yorkshire Archaeological Register: 1980
  • Book Reviews and Bibliographical Notes

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