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Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, Volume 44 1988

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 0.2 - 4.7 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.
Manners, J G The Fungi of the New Forest
Moffat, A J The Distribution of the 'Celtic Fields' on the East Hampshire Chalklands
Cole, G H A Romano-British Bath-House at Wyck, Near Alton, Hampshire
Oxley, J A Possible Saxon Smithing Site and Further Evidence from SOU 29, Southampton
Bowden, M, Graham, D, Mepham, L & Smith, G The Archaeology and History of Amery House, Alton
Roberts, E The Bishop of Winchester's Deer Parks in Hampshire, 1200-1400
Tracy, C A Boss from Winchester Cathedral Choirstalls at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Temple, N Pages from an Architect's Notebook. George Stanley Repton: his drawings for a House and a Greenhouse for George Eyre, of Warrens, Bramshaw, Hampshire
Afton, B 'The Motive which has Operated on the Minds of my People': 1830, the Propensity of the Hampshire Parishes to Riot
Chatters Sand Sedge in the Hampshire Avon Valley
Henig & Millett A Romano-British Intaglio from Neatham, Hants
Course Southampton Docks: a 150th Anniversary
Course Eastleigh: the Developement of a Late Victorian Railway Town

A Classified Author and Title Index to Proceedings 21-40 (1958-1984) and to other Field Club Publications issued during the period

  Reports on the Year 1987