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Hampshire Studies 2008

Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, Volume 63

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 0.6 - 9.8 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.
Holden The building craftsmen of William of Wykeham and the "patronage society"
Crook The tomb of Prior Hunton in Sty James' Church, Hunton and the burials in the Lady Chapel, Winchester Cathedral
Hendy A pretty easy way of dawdling away one's time: the Canons of Winchester in the long eighteenth century
Shurlock Francis Wickham Swanton (1746-1823) of Worthy, Hampshire and Long Stratton, Norfolk: plural curate, plural and absentee rector, magistrate, landlord and man of his time
Gilliat The Diocese of Winchester: reform and re-organisation 1827-1927
Moore & Others Prehistoric and Saxon features and medieval land allotment at Lower Farm, Pennington, Hampshire
Norton & Marshall Iron Age and Roman activity at Rectory Road, Oakley, Hampshire
Birkbeck & Others A Roman pottery kiln, kiln furniture and new vessel forms from Alice Holt Forest, Hampshire
Stedman Two Anglo-Saxon brooches from the central Meon Valley, Hampshire
Moore & Preston Late Saxon and early medieval occupation at 26-27 Staple Gardens, Winchester
Baskerville The boundaries of Buckholt, a Hampshire royal forest
Ottewill Democracy impaired? A review of County Council elections in Hampshire between 1889 and 1974
Haines Archaeological features at TCS Oakhanger, Hampshire