Berkshire Archaeological Journal

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Cover for Volume 58

Journal 58: 1960

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P.S. Spokes et al (eds.) Cover & Table of Contents PDF 325 Kb
P.S. Spokes Some Notes on the Domestic Architecture of Abingdon, Berkshire PDF 894 Kb
Plates I - XI PDF 21 Mb
P.A. Rahtz Two Mounds on Row Down, Lambourn, Berks PDF 746 Kb
Plate I PDF 2 Mb
C.F. Slade Wallingford Castle in the reign of Stephen PDF 810 Kb
M. Aylwin Cotton & P. Wood Alfred's Castle and a New Plan of Alfred's Castle PDF 1 Mb
J.M.R. Cormack Babent sua fata sepulcra PDF 2 Mb
Plate I PDF 159 Kb
anon. Archaeological Notes from Reading Museum PDF 809 Kb
Plates I & II PDF 4 Mb
J.E. Mcauley The Hosptical at Windsor (review) PDF 106 Kb
anon. The Berkshire Archaeological Society: Report of the Council for the year 1959 PDF 509 Kb
anon. Index PDF 51 Kb
anon. Berkshire Archaeological Society: Council PDF 35 Kb

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