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Hampshire Studies: Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society

Hampshire Studies is an annual publication, usually printed in November, containing papers on the natural history, geology, landscape, archaeology, history, historic buildings and industrial monuments of Hampshire. The price of individual volumes varies depending on age, format and size. Some are now out of print.

History:

  • According to the first editor, the Rev. G. W. Minns, 'In the way of publications nothing was contemplated by the original promoters...It was soon found, however, that ample material was forthcoming...'
  • Between 1885 and 1966, Proceedings were published in Parts, usually three to a volume. Volume I, consisting of four parts for the years 1885-1889, was published in 1890. Occasionally, single volume supplements were issued, e.g. Volume 20, which was related to Natural History. Volume 11, published in 1930 and issued to subscribers for 1929, is another example of a single issue volume. In this case the volume is a report of the St Catherine's Hill Excavations of the 1920s.
  • From 1967, Proceedings have normally been published as a single annual volume; 2012, see below, was an exception.
  • Due to time constraints, no volume of Proceedings was published in 1990; Volume 45 was published in November 1989 while Volume 46 was published in March 1991.
  • The title of 'Hampshire Studies' was used for the first time in Volume 51, 1996; the official title is still 'Proceedings of the HFC&AS'.

The Editorial Board is responsible for the content of the Proceedings. Contributions are welcomed; information, regarding possible articles, is available from their section of the website.

Digital Files

The Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society is pleased to announce that, for the first time, issues of Hampshire Studies (Proceedings) are available online. The most recent three volumes - 69-71 (2014-2016) - are available via:

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These volumes are free to subscribers, who will need to register. Details of username and password will be sent to all members who subscribe to Hampshire Studies by the Membership Secretary. Help with activating accounts has been provided by Ingenta for both Personal Subscribers and Institutional Subscribers (each pdf will open in a new page). For non-members, articles can be purchased via the ingentaconnect webpages; for each article you will be able to see the abstract before purchase.

The following volumes are now available without charge from this website:

Tables of Contents of recent volumes


Cover image from Volume 56
Two discs from Clatterford Roman Villa

Back Numbers - Hard Copy

The cost of postage & packing varies depending on the format of the volume(s) which changed through the years.

Volume number(s) Members Non-members
30-67 (Parts 1 & 2) £0.50 £3.00
68-70 £4.00 £6.00
71 £15.00 £20.00


Please send no money with your order.
All items in stock are available from the Publications Stockholder, Miss Julia Sandison; see below for contact details.
An invoice, including additional charges for postage and packaging will be sent on despatch of your order.
All items can be posted. Payment must be made in sterling.

Other publications available

Julia Sandison
Publication Sales Officer
email publications@hantsfieldclub.org.uk
tel 01962 867490
22 Clifton Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 5BP