YAJ Volume 76 (2004)

£12.00

Contents:

A Copper Alloy Spearhead and Chisel from Allerston, North Yorkshire by O. Jessop

A Romano-British Enclosed Farmstead at Billingley Drive, Thurnscoe, South Yorkshire by P.G.E. Neal & R. Fraser

Evidence for early Medieval Activity at Bursea, East Yorkshire by P. Halkon et al

Not Roman, but Romanesque: a decayed relief at Conisbrough Church by R. Wood

Excavations at the Well House, Long Marston, North Yorkshire, SE 500 514 by S.J. Sherlock

Saint of Middleham and Giggleswick by H. Edwards

Priors' Seal of the Dominican Friary of Pontefract and an early Representation of St Dominic in English Art by D. Marcombe

Canons and Hermits: the Chapel of St Simon and St Jude, Coverdale by E.A. Jones

Whitby in North Africa by L. Butler

The Gossip Family of Thorp Arch. Settlement in the Eighteenth Century: A Crisis by B. Harrison

The Robinsons of Thorp Green by P. Holmes

T. D. Whitaker, 1759-1821: Gentleman, Cleric and Magistrate by P. Maryfield

The Almshouse Experience in the Nineteenth-Century West Riding by H. Caffrey

John Gilbert Hurst FBA, FSA, DUniv (1927-2003) [obituary]

Richard Lumley, 12th Earl of Scarborough (1932-2004) [obituary]

Anthony Laughton Pacitto (1931-2003) [obituary]

Gerard Francis Young CBE, KStJ, HonLLD (1910-2004) [obituary]


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