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YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNAL VOLUME 86 2014

A reminder that the 2014 volume of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal is available for purchase from Maney Publishing. For a list of contents please see the Journal section of the website.

One of the many articles of interest in the 2014 volume, particularly for those who attended the successful exhibition held at the Folly in Settle last year as part of the Society’s 150th anniversary celebrations, is by Professor Richard Hoyle on the Shambles in Settle Marketplace. This is one of Settle’s most familiar and iconic buildings of which there has long been a mystery about its construction. Professor Hoyle’s research has identified why the Shambles has the particular form it has, the dates when it was erected and has also identified the builder. Until the end of December 2014 there is an opportunity to have free direct access to the full article by clicking on the following this link

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