Oxoniensia Volume LVI 1991: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

By: Simon Townley [ed]

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Apparently unread copy, backstrip a little faded else as new. Contents include: Obituary, Prof R H C Davis; Prehistoric activity, early Roman building, tenement yards & gardens behind Twickenham House, Abingdon; The Infirmary & Hall of the medieval Hospital of St John the Baptist at Oxford; The medieval manuscripts of Trinity College, Oxford, addendum; The other wall paintings at South Newington; Some Bampton letters of the late C15 & early C16; Edward Pococke (1604-91), the first Laudian Professor of Arabic at Oxford; A classification by subject of the Oxford Almanacks, 1674-1991; The Oxford Installation of 1759; The Oxford War Memorial, Thomas Rayson & the Chester connection.

Title: Oxoniensia Volume LVI 1991: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

Author Name: Simon Townley [ed]

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

Publisher: Oxford, The Oxfordshire Archaeological & Historical Society: 1992

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 19022702-73

Keywords: oxfordshire, oxford, abingdon, st john the baptist, medieval hospital, trinity college, manuscripts, south newington, wall paintings, bampton, letters, edward pococke, laudian professor, arabic, oxford almanacks, oxford installation, war memorial, thomas rayson