Berkshire Archaeological Journal

Berkshire Archaeological Society, 2008

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Cover for Volume 70

Journal 70: 1979-80

Author Title Downloads
C.F. Slade et al (eds.) Cover & Table of Contents PDF 724 Kb
R. Bradley & J. Richards The excavation of two ring ditches at Heron's House, Burghfield PDF 584 Kb
S.J. Lobb Notes form the Wessex Archaeological Committee PDF 2 Mb
R. Hingley Excavations by R.A. Rutland on an Iron Age site at Wittenham Clumps PDF 2 Mb
G.G. Astill Excavations at Grim's Bank, Aldermaston, 1978 PDF 884 Kb
J.M. Hatherley & L.M. Cantor The Medieval parks of Berkshire PDF 1 Mb
J.C. Trench An aisled hall at Upton, Slough PDF 527 Kb
C. Durston Henry Marten and the High Shoon of Berkshire The Levellers on Berkshire in 1648 PDF 3 Mb
T.A.B. Corley The celebrated Reading Sauce: Charles Cocks and Co. Ltd. 1789-1962 PDF 1 Mb
anon. Berkshire Archaeological Society: Report and Accounts for 1977 PDF 371 Kb
anon. Berkshire Archaeological Society: Report and Accounts for 1978 PDF 430 Kb
anon. Index PDF 423 Kb
anon. Berkshire Archaeological Society: Council 1980 PDF 50 Kb

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