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Since 1885, the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society has been the county-wide organisation which has led the study of Hampshire, its environment and heritage. It is not bound by tradition, however, and is constantly evolving to provide the best possible awareness of and access to Hampshire's heritage.
Newsletter No 67, Spring 2017 has been published.
Hampshire Studies is now available online. Selected volumes have been digitised and the articles made available for download.
The Historic Buildings Section is leading a research programmme into Hampshire Churches Medieval Graffiti.
Archaeology Section: Tuesday 7th March 2017 - Dr David Roberst will give the David Johnston Memorial Lecture - 'The discovery of the Villa in Brixton Deverill, Wiltshire and its initial excavation.'
Archaeology in Hampshire - Annual ReportsThe Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society took over the publication of the annual report on archaeology in the county. The reports for 2004-2014 are available electronically on the website.
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Hampshire Studies, Vols 69-71 are available online at IngentaConnect.