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Apparently unread copy, backstrip a little faded else as new. Contents include: Earlier prehistory of the Oxford region in the light of recent research; Grooved-Ware Pit on the Seven Barrows, All Weather Gallop, Sparsholt, Oxfordshire; Newly discovered ring ditch & two lare Bronze Age pits on Eadt Ilsley All Weather Gallop near Church, Berkshire; Excavation of a Bronze Age ditch at the Field Test Centre at Castrol Technology Centre, Pangbourne; Excavation of two Bronze Age barrows, Oxford; Excavation at Oxford Road, Bicester; Roman & early Anglo Saxon settlement at Wantage, excavation at Mill Street, 1993-4; Tenement of Roger of Cumnor, & other archaeological investigations in medieval North Oxney; Excavations at 54-55 St Thomas's Street, Oxford; Archaeological investigations on the site of a medieval & post-medieval watermill at Holywell Ford, Magdalen College; New light on Master Alexander of Swerford (d.1246), the career & connections of an Oxfordshire civil servant; Navigation on the River Thames between London & Oxford in the late middle ages, a reconsideration; 'Tending to strength, beauty & convenience in building', the staircase at Bletchingdon Park; Election of Lord Grenville as Chancellor of Oxford University in 1809; Orlando Jewitt, wood engraver to the Oxford Society for Promoting the Study of Gothic Architecture; Spencer Corsets Ltd, Britannia Road, Banbury.
Title: Oxoniensia Volume LXI 1996: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood
Publisher: Oxford, The Oxfordshire Archaeological & Historical Society: 1997
Book Condition: Near Fine
Item: 300.00 Item
Seller ID: 19022706-73
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