Berkshire Archaeological Journal

Berkshire Archaeological Society, 2008

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Cover for Volume 55

Journal 55: 1956-7

Author Title Downloads
P.S. Spokes et al (eds.) Cover & Table of Contents PDF 188 Kb
F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Berkshire, Part XV PDF 1 Mb
Plates XX & XXI PDF 2 Mb
H. Case The Lambourn Seven Barrows PDF 1 Mb
Plates I - IV PDF 7 Mb
T.D. Tremlett & P. Walne A Catalogue of some Medieval Armorial Seals in the Berkshire Record Office PDF 901 Kb
M. Aylwin Cotton Weycock Hill, 1953 PDF 1 Mb
Plates Ia - IV PDF 4 Mb
W.O. Hassall Material for the history of places in Berkshire in the British Museum and Bodleian Libraries PDF 367 Kb
Plate PDF 2 Mb
B.F.L. Clarke & H.M. Colvin The Rebuilding and Repair of Berkshire Churches during 17th, 18th and early 19th Centuries - Appendix PDF 579 Kb
anon. Archaeological Note PDF 1 Mb
anon. The Berkshire Archaeological Society: Reports of the Council from years 1954 and 1955 PDF 2 Mb
anon. The Berkshire Local History Committee: Report for the year 1955 PDF 118 Kb
anon. Index PDF 177 Kb
anon. Berkshire Archaeological Society: Council PDF 71 Kb

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