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The Society's annual journal, Records of Buckinghamshire publishes reports of archaeological excavations, historic buildings, local and industrial history, natural history and all aspects of times past in Bucks – see the latest issue for examples.

The journal is published in May every year, when every member of the Society receives a free copy and copies go on public sale. The journal has now been published for more than 150 years and includes a wealth of information on Buckinghamshire's past.

How to find articles in back volumes
This website includes a searchable index and a full list of articles. Click on the menu at the head of this page to access these.

Indexes are also available in print: Contact the BAS Library for details.

How to get a copy of Records of Bucks
Copies of the journal, including most recent back volumes, can be purchased direct from the society's Library in Aylesbury, price 15, or by post for 15.00 plus 3.50 for post and packing.

TO ORDER by post send a cheque for 18.50, made out to ‘Bucks Archaeological Society’, by post to: Records of Bucks, BAS Library, Bucks County Museum, Church Street, Aylesbury, Bucks HP20 2QP, telling us which volume you would like.

How to read articles on-line
A programme of on-line re-publication aims to make back numbers of Records of Buckinghamshire available both to read on-line and to download in facsimile form. This started in October 2010 and the articles in 41 annual volumes are now accessible on-line. Click On-line Records to see the list of on-line volumes.

Writing an article for Records of Bucks
Members are invited to contribute articles for publication – see our
download article Notes for Contributors
and the download article The Records of Bucks Style Guide

Below are some illustrations from Records of Buckinghamshire - click on each image to enlarge it.

Mesolithic flints from an excavation in Chesham Survey of the timber frame of Ceeley House (the County Museum) Aylesbury; a medieval house Plan of medieval pottery kilns excavated in advance of construction of the M40, Denham A survey of Hartley Court Moat, Burnham Beeches
An Anglo-Saxon comb from Walton, Aylesbury Medieval pottery from an excavation at George Street, Aylesbury Survey of the Old Bakery, Denham