Oxoniensia Volume LXIV 1999: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

By: Adrienne Rosen [ed]

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Apparently unread copy, backstrip a little faded, else as new. Contents include: Roman Oxfordshire; Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire, 400-700; Ralegh Radford & the Roman villa at Ditchley, a review; Archbishop Piers's polyglots, two unrecorded Elizabethan book labels in Oxford libraries; John Aubrey's Oxfordshire collections, an edition of Aubrey's annotations to his presentation copy of Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxford-shire, Bodleian Library Ashmole 1722; From village to suburb, Caversham 1840 to 1911; Investigations at Thrupp House Farm, Radley, nr Abingdon; Excavation of a late Iron Age enclosed settlement at Bicester Fields Farm; Evidence of Romano-British activity along the route of the Harwell to Blewbury sererage pipeline; Medieval features at Beecroft Yard, Church Road, Weston-on-the-Green; The excavation of medieval & post-medieval features at the rear of 42c Bell St, Henley; Archaeological investigations at Longwall Quad, Magdalen College; Archaeological excavations at 64-66 St Thomas's St, Oxford; Excavations & building survey at the former Nuffield Press, Temple Cowley (site of Temple Cowley Manor House).

Title: Oxoniensia Volume LXIV 1999: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

Author Name: Adrienne Rosen [ed]

Categories: Local History, Archaeology and Prehistory, Architecture & Buildings,

Publisher: Oxford, The Oxfordshire Archaeological & Historical Society: 2000

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 19022709-73

Keywords: oxfordshire, oxford, archaeology, excavations, roman, anglo-saxon, iron age, romano-british, medieval, ralegh radford, ditchley, villa, archbishop piers, john aubrey, thrupp house farm, radley, bicester, weston-on-the-green, henley, longwall quad, magdalen college, st thomas's street, temple cowley manor house