Notices relating to Hunts since 1926

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Victoria County History

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William Page, Granville Proby and S. Inskip Ladds (editors)

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1936

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'Notices relating to Hunts since 1926', A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 3 (1936), pp. XXI-XXII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66130 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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NOTICES RELATING TO HUNTINGDONSHIRE PUBLISHED SINCE 1926

GEOLOGY

The Pleistocene Deposits of the Lower Part of the Great Ouse Basin. J. E. Marr. (Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. lxxxii, 101–143.)

Shrinkage of the Peat-Covered Fenlands. Gordon Fowler. (Geog. Journ. lxxxi, 149–150.)

EARLY MAN

Paleolithic Industries from the Great Ouse Gravels at and near St. Neots. C. F. Tebbutt, with appendices by J. E. Marr and M. C. Burkitt. (Prehist. Soc. East Anglia, v, 166–173.)

A recent find of a Flint Implement in Huntingdonshire. C. F. Tebbutt and M. C. Burkitt. (Man, xxxii, 140–141.)

Notes on Beakers from Huntingdonshire. C. F. Tebbutt. (Antiq. Journ. x, 384–385.)

Notes on Three Axes and an Arrowhead. J. R. Garrood. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 39–40.)

Excavations at Houghton, Hunts. C. M. J. Coote. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 248–250.)

Notes on Flint Implements and Bronze Adze [from Hunts]. J. R. Garrood. (Antiq. Journ. ix, 347–349.)

Notes on Paleoliths from the Lower Ouse. J. R. Garrood. (Antiq. Journ. xiii, 313–314.)

Notes on a Neolithic Mace-head from Huntingdonshire. J. R. Garrood. (Antiq. Journ. vi, 188.)

Stone and Bronze Implements from Castle Hill Farm, Wood Walton. J. R. Garrood. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 274–277.)

Note on Bronze Age Spear-heads from Ramsey and St. Ives. C. M. J. Coote. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 282–283.)

ROMANO-BRITISH REMAINS

Note on a Romano-British Village near Somersham, Hunts. C. F. Tebbutt. (Antiq. Journ. vi, 190.)

Romano-British Village Sites in Colne and Somersham, Hunts. C. F. Tebbutt. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. iv, 305–312; v, 104.)

A Romano-British Village in Huntingdonshire [Sawtry]. J. R. Garrood. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 89–101, 181–194.)

Notes on Recent Finds [in Hunts]. J. R. Garrood. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 251, 252.)

Notes on a Roman Cremation Burial from Bluntisham. C. F. Tebbutt. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 278.)

Notes on Roman Cremations from St. Neots. C. F. Tebbutt. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 283.)

Note on discoveries at Godmanchester. J. R. Garrood. (Antiq. Journ. vii, 315–318.)

Roman Roads near Durobrivae. Ivan D. Margary. (Antiq. Journ. xv, 113–118.)

ANGLO-SAXON REMAINS

Note on a Saxon Coin from Sawtry. J. R. Garrood. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 251, 252.)

Huts of the Anglo-Saxon Period, Pt. ii, at St. Neots. C. F. Tebbutt. (Proc. Cambs Antiq. Soc. xxxiii, 131–151.)

Ancient Lime Kilns (?) at Great Paxton, and their relation to the Saxon Church. T. C. Lethbridge and C. F. Tebbutt. (Proc. Cambs Antiq. Soc. xxxv, 97–105.)

Notes on a Saxon Coin from Hemingford Grey. C. F. Tebbutt. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 282.)

EARTHWORKS

Excavations at the Coneygear Earthwork, Eynesbury. C. F. Tebbutt. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 266–268.)

DOMESDAY SURVEY

The Borough of Huntingdon and Domesday Book. S. Inskip Ladds. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 105–112.)

Domesday Woodlands in Huntingdonshire. H. C. Darby. (Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans. v, 269–273.)