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Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, Volume 41 1985

Articles and reports bringing you research on the county's history, archaeology, buildings, landscape and natural history. Each link below will open a pdf copy of the article; download size varies from 0.15 - 9.6 MB.

Cover, Title Page, General information on Proceedings, Contents Page and List of Officers
N.B.The officers listed were those in place at the time of publication; please see this website for up to date contact details.
Taylor, E A One Hundred Years of the Hampshire Field Club
Whinney, R One Hundred Years of Hampshire Archaeology
Delair, J B Ernest Westlake (1855-1922): Founder Member of the Hampshire Field Club
Edwards, P J Some Effects of Grazing on the Vegetation of Streamside Lawns in the New Forest
Reynolds, P J & Fisher, G C Loessic Soils near Hook, Southeast Hampshire
Grigson, C & Smith, I F Neolithic Pottery and the Horncore of an Aurochs (Bos Primigenius) from Corhampton, Hampshire
Roger, J & Walker, J S F

A Detached Romano-British Bath-House at Braishfield, near Romsey, Hampshire

Lewis, E Excavations in Bishops Waltham, 1967-8
Roberts, E V Alresford Pond, a Medieval Canal Reservoir: A Tradition Assessed
Edwards, J A Medieval Wall Painting at St Mary and St Michael' Church, Stoke Charity
Russel, A D Foxcotte: the Archaeology and History of Hampshire Hamlet
Hall, D E & Barber, N Norton's Horse: the History of a Hampshire Regiment during the First Civil War, 1642-46
Pugh, R K Bishop Hoadley: a Plea in Mitigation
Course, E Water Power at Brownwich Farm, Titchfield
Samuels, A Southampton Common: the Legal Regime
Notes  
Bamber The Itinerant Sea-Spider
Tyldesley A Bout Coupé Handaxe
Tomalin A Lost Collared Urn
Taylor A Bronze Daggar from Tichbourne Down
Needham Bronze Age Metalwork from the New Forest
Lawson An Unusual Bronze Age Sword from Highclere
Haydon A Letter from Southampton 1779
  Reports on the Year 1984