Large format softcover, published by the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society. Edited by Dr Stephen Mileson. Volume 80, 2015.
A refereed journal dealing with the archaeology, history and architecture of Oxford and Oxfordshire. This volume includes:
- Wymond de Brandon: An Ecclesiastical Official of the Late Thirteenth Century. By Martin Henig and Nigel Ramsay
- Solomonic Iconography in Early Stuart Oxford: The South Porch of St Mary the Virgin. By Robin Usher
- The Military and Political Importance of the Battle of Chalgrove (1643). By Derek Lester and Gill Lester
- Coal and Clothing Clubs: An Essential Component of the Parish Welfare System, 1834–1910. By Shaun Morley
- The River Thames and the Popularisation of Camping, 1860–1980. By Simon M. Wenham
- The ‘Golden Age’ of Oxfordshire Archaeology, 1965–1980. By James Bond and Trevor Rowley
- Evidence for Iron-Age Land-Use and Settlement in the University Parks, Oxford. By Steve Thompson
- Iron-Age, Roman and Medieval Activity from Investigations at Abingdon Museum Lift Pit. By Robin Bashford and Paul Booth
- Late Saxon, Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology at the Nun’s Garden, The Queen’s College, Oxford. By Steve Teague and Andrew Norton
- A Late-Medieval Kitchen in Parson’s Street, Banbury: Excavations at the Ye Olde Reindeer Public House. By Giles Dawkes
Plus notes on archaeological work in the county and reviews of recent publications.
Paperback in excellent condition.