Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1985) Volume 57

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 57 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1985.


  • A Late Neolithic Crevice Burial from Selside, Ribblesdale, North Yorkshire — J.A. Gllks and T.C. Lord
  • A Middle Bronze Age Dirk from Wilfholme, North Humberside — Bridget W.V. Trump
  • Late Roman Inland Signal Station, or Temple? — G.B. Bailey
  • The Venerable Bede and a Lost Saxon Monastery in Yorkshire — W. Richardson
  • Medieval Town and Port: a Plan-Analysis of Hedon, East Yorkshire — T.R. Slater
  • Two Medieval Sites in Yarm — D.H. Evans and D.H. Heslop
  • The Geography of Monastic Property in Medieval England: a Case Study of Nostell and Bridlington Priories (Yorkshire) — Toby Burrows
  • A Civilian Effigy in Birkin Church, North Yorkshire — Richard Knowles
  • "Full of Imageis": the Ripon Alabasters — Pauline E. Sheppard Routh
  • Restoration Work at Markenfield Hall, 1981-4 — John Sinclair Miller
  • A Regional Capital as Magnet: Immigrants to York, 1477-1566 — D.M. Palliser
  • James Ryther of Harewood and His Letters to William Cecil, Lord Burghley (Part II) — W.J. Craig
  • The Mangies of Hull, a Family of Provincial Goldsmiths — Ann Bennett
  • Wills and Inventories in the Bedale Area of North Yorkshire — K.M. Bumstead
  • Clean Milk for York: C.W. Sorensen and the White Rose Dairy — A. Harris
  • Obituary: Heather Lawrence
  • An Industrial History Index — edited by Margaret Smith
  • Book Reviews

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