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Records of Buckinghamshire 2018 – in two parts

Records of Bucks 58 part 1 cover Volume 58 part 1: Published on 12 May 2018


Joining the dots: Research into the landscape history of the Icknield belt around Aylesbury
Eliza Aqassar and Sandy Kidd

Ice-Age Weston Turville: Patterns in the ground
Michael Farley

Excavation of a Roman bloomery furnace and tapping pit at Bradenham – Gary Marshall

Field-name evidence for lost settlements in Buckinghamshire – Keith Bailey

Records of Bucks 58 part 2 cover Thornborough open-feld boundaries – Nigel Wilson

The story of Chesham's Manor Court records
Dr Garry Marshall

Pots, crops, livestock and lime: the economic development of a medieval rural landscape at Bishopstone Road, Stone
Anthony Mustchin, John R Summers and Peter Thompson

Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Research and Recording Project 2016-17 – Sarah Rutherford

Cliveden Generator House – Gary Marshall

Life on the Home Front: Marlow 1917-18
Andrew Ford and others

Archaeological notes – edited by Bob Zeepvat

PLUS Reviews, The Society (Secretary's report, the Library, Publishing on-line and in print) Buckinghamshire County Museum, Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, County Archaeological Service, Conservation and Archaeology in Milton Keynes.

Volume 58 part 2: Published on 24 June 2018

Archaeological excavations at Missenden Abbey, 1983-88
Yvonne Edwards, Jill Hender and Marion Wells

120 pages large-format paperback, fully illustrated in colour.

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