Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1984) Volume 56

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 56 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1984.


  • The Archives of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society — Sylvia Thomas
  • Early Neolithic Utilisation and Management of Alder Carr at Skipsea Witthow Mere, Holderness — D.D. Gilbertson
  • A New Survey of the Windypits in Duncombe Park, Helmsley, North Yorkshire — S.J. Plerpoint
  • Road Remains at Burbage and Houndkirk Moors, Sheffield—a Possible Roman Road — Thomas C. Welsh
  • Finds from the Anglian Monastery at Whitby — Andrew White
  • An Early-Medieval, Splashed-Glazed Pottery Kiln at Market Place Doncaster — Colin Hayfield
  • Grosmont Priory — Noreen Vickers
  • St. Cutfibert’s Church, Ormesby, Cleveland. Excavation and Watching Brief, 1975 and 1976 — M.M. Brown and D.B. Gallagher
  • The Percy Tomb in Beverley Minster — P.J.P. Goldberg
  • The Old Vicarage, Church Fenton — Barbara Hutton
  • Heirs' Ages and Family Succession in Yorkshire, 1399-1422 — Joelt. Rosenthal
  • James Ryther of Harewood and His Letters to William Cecil, Lord Burghley — W.J. Craig
  • The Memoranda Book of Samuel Bower — David Postles
  • William Belwood, Architect and Surveyor — Jill I. Low
  • The Yorkshire Teazle-Growing Trade — R.A. Mcmillan
  • A Bronze Stamp Found Near Brough on Humber — Martin Henig
  • Book Reviews

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