Oxoniensia Volume LXIII 1998: 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, very light cover shelfwear else as new. Contents include: Oxford Archaeological Unit, the first 25 years; In search of the Port-way, excavations in the area of the moated site north of St Mary's Church in Kidlington; The Anglo-Saxon estate of Readanora & the Manor of Pyrton, Oxfordshire; Medieval finds on Walton Street, Oxford & the settlement & farmhouse of Walton; The hermits & anchorites of Oxfordshire; The tomb beneath the loft [Christ Church Cathedral]; The grounds of Magdalen College `480-1880; The early history of Jesus College, Oxford, 1571-1603; The new people of east Oxford, the suburbanisation of Cowley, 1851-91; More votive finds from Woodeaton; Roman & medieval finds from St Birinus Primary School, Dorchester; The archaeology of the Ashbury to Bishipstone pipeline, south Oxfordshire/Wiltshire, 1993; Archaeological discoveries at Woodeaton Church.

Title: Oxoniensia Volume LXIII 1998: a journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and its neighbourhood

Author Name: Adrienne Rosen [ed]

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

Publisher: Oxford, The Oxfordshire Archaeological & Historical Society: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 19022708-73

Keywords: oxfordshire, oxford, archaeology, excavations, oxford archaeological unit, portway, kidlington, anglo-saxon, medieval, readanora, pyrton, walton street, hermits, anchorites, christ church cathedral, magdalen college, jesus college, cowley, woodeaton, dorchester, wiltshire