Oxoniensia Volume LVIII 1993: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

By: John Brooks [ed]

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Apparently unread copy, backstrip a little faded else as new. Contents include: A mesolithic site at New Plantation, Fyfield & Tubney, Oxfordshire; Iron Age & later settlement to the west of All Saints' Parish Church, Didcot; Excavations at Whitehouse Road, Oxford, 1992; A Romano-British kiln sitr at Lower Farm, Nuneham Courtenay, & other sites on the Didcot to Oxford & Wootton to Abingdon water mains; Some differences between seignorial demesnes in medieval Oxfordshire; The sculpture over the gatehouse at Merton College, Oxford; Some murals in NE Oxfordshire; Berkshire & Oxfordshire Catholics & the Lenten Assize of 1588; Made in Oxford, John Prujean's 1701 caalogue of mathematical instruments; Building work on the North Range of the Front Quadrangle of St Edmund Hall, 1741-8.

Title: Oxoniensia Volume LVIII 1993: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

Author Name: John Brooks [ed]

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

Publisher: Oxford, The Oxfordshire Archaeological & Historical Society: 1994

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 19022703-73

Keywords: oxfordshire, oxford, archaeology, fyfield, tubney, excavations, iron age, mesolithic, nuneham courtenay, romano-british, seignorial demesnes, merton college, gatehouse, sculpture, murals, berkshire, roman catholics, assizes, john prujean, mathematical instruments, st edmund hall