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The Cathedral Church of York: A description of its fabric and a brief history of the Arch-Episcopal See, A Clutton-Brock
1 A Clutton-Brock The Cathedral Church of York: A description of its fabric and a brief history of the Arch-Episcopal See
London G Bell & Sons Ltd 1902 No ISBN Second Edition reprint Softcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Red and black decorative covers. Faded on spine and short split to bottom of spine. Sound binding. Clean end papers and pages. Forty-one black and white illustrations and photographs. Bell's Cathedral Series. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50316071032. Paperback 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXXIV, 1954, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1954, A D Lacaille etc.
2 A D Lacaille etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXXIV, 1954, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1954
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Geoffrey Cumberlege 1954 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: Palaeoliths from the lower reaches of the Bristol Avon by A D Lacaille; The excavation of a Roman barrow at Riseholme, near Lincoln by F H Thompson; A Carolingian rock crystal from the Abbey of Saint-Denis at the British Museum by Compte Blaise de Montesquiou-Ferensac; Rhodes and the origin of the bastion by B H St. J O'Neil; The plan of the Abbey Church of the Benedictine nunnery of St. Mary, West Malling, Kent by F C Elliston-Erwood; Anniversary Address by Sir James Mann; Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, recent excavations at a ceremonial site of the early second millenium B.C. by J F S Stone, Professor Stuart Piggott, and A St. J Booth; Flint Implements from Gloucestershire by Mrs E M Clifford, Dr. D A E Garrod and H S Gracie; A glass bowl of Dark Age date and some medieval grave-finds from Shaftesbury Abbey by D B Harden; The end of mid-Anglian paganism and the Tribal Hidage by E Thurlow Leeds; Two Saxon Urns from Ickwell Bury, Beds., and the Saxon penetration of the Eastern Midlands by J N L Myres; The use of blue slate for roofing in medieval England by E M Jope and G C Dunning; A Romano-British pottery kiln at Weston Favell, near Northampton by Brian Bunch and Philip Corder etc. 306 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118011162. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LVII, 1977, Parts I and II, A J Taylor; G C Boon; Brian Hobley & John Schofield; Lord Fletcher & Lt-Col G W Meates; Philip L Armitage & John A Goodall; H C Bowen & I F Smith; etc.
3 A J Taylor; G C Boon; Brian Hobley & John Schofield; Lord Fletcher & Lt-Col G W Meates; Philip L Armitage & John A Goodall; H C Bowen & I F Smith; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LVII, 1977, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1977 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: Anniversary Address by A J Taylor; A Greco-Roman Anchor-Stock from North Wales by G C Boon; Excavations in the City of London - First Interim report 1974-1975 by Brian Hobley & John Schofield; The Ruined Church of Stone-by-Faversham - Second Report by Lord Fletcher & Lt-Col G W Meates; Medieval Horned and Polled Sheep - The Archaeological and Iconographic Evidence by Philip L Armitage & John A Goodall; Sarsen Stones in Wessex - The Society's First Investigations in the Evolution of the Landscape Project by H C Bowen & I F Smith; The Excavation of a Multiple Round Barrow at Barnack Cambridgeshire 1974-1976 by Peter Donaldson, with notes by I A Kinnes & Calvin Wells; Excavations at Carthage 1976 - Third Interim Report by Henry Hurst; Recent Discoveries of Roman Amphora Kilns in Italy by D P S Peacock; The Roman Pewter-Moulds from Silchester by Thomas Blagg & Susan Read; The Early Building-History of St Andrews Cathedral Fife and its Context in Northern Transitional Architecture by Eric Cambridge; The Incised Architectural Drawings of Trogir Cathedral by Sheila Gibson & Bryan Ward-Perkins; etc. 455 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118021069. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LVI, 1976, Parts I and II, A J Taylor; R W Dennell; William J Britnell; A W G Lowther; K S Painter; Warwick Rodwell; Fritz Eckhart Barth & Frank Roy Hodson; Henry Hurst; etc.
4 A J Taylor; R W Dennell; William J Britnell; A W G Lowther; K S Painter; Warwick Rodwell; Fritz Eckhart Barth & Frank Roy Hodson; Henry Hurst; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LVI, 1976, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1976 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: Anniversary Address by A J Taylor; Prehistoric Crop Cultivation in Southern England - a reconsideration by R W Dennell; Antler Cheekpieces of the British Late Bronze Age by William J Britnell; Romano-British Chimney-Pots and Finials by A W G Lowther; The Design of the Roman Mosaic at Hinton St Mary by K S Painter; The Archaeological Investigation of Hadstock Church Essex - an interim report by Warwick Rodwell; The Hallstatt Cemetery and its Documentation - some new evidence by Fritz Eckhart Barth & Frank Roy Hodson; Excavations at Carthage 1975 - Second Interim Report by Henry Hurst; Danebury Hampshire - second interim report on the excavations 1971-5 by Barry Cunliffe; La Tene Burials between Burton Fleming and Rudston North Humberside by I M Stead; The Location and Relationship of the Sancton Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries by Margaret Lindsay Faull; etc. 381 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118021068. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Round the Yorkshire Castles, Alfred Taylor, introduction by A H Woodward
5 Alfred Taylor, introduction by A H Woodward Round the Yorkshire Castles
Leeds the Yorkshire Evening Post 1963 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Covers are a little darkened with light foxing on the reverse. 52 pages. Crisp clean covers, sound stapled binding, clean pages and inside covers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50316021212. Paperback 
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Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes 46-50, 2002-2006, Ann Hudson
6 Ann Hudson Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes 46-50, 2002-2006
Leeds, Yorkshire The Society for Medieval Archaeology 2007 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0076-6097 Pale blue card covers, sound binding, clean pages, includes maps, diagrams, drawings and plates. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40115090098. Paperback 
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Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes XLI-XLV 1997-2001, Ann Hudson
7 Ann Hudson Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes XLI-XLV 1997-2001
Leeds, Yorkshire The Society for Medieval Archaeology 2002 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0076-6097 Pale blue card covers, sound binding, clean pages, includes maps, diagrams, drawings and plates. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40115090097. Paperback 
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Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes XXXVI-XL, 1992-1996, Ann Hudson
8 Ann Hudson Medieval Archaeology, Journal of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Index of Volumes XXXVI-XL, 1992-1996
Leeds, Yorkshire The Society for Medieval Archaeology 1999 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0076-6097 Pale blue card covers, sound binding, clean pages, includes maps, diagrams, drawings and plates. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40115090099. Paperback 
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The Medieval Warhorse, From Byzantium to the Crusade, Ann Hyland
9 Ann Hyland The Medieval Warhorse, From Byzantium to the Crusade
Stroud, Gloucestershire Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd 1994 0862999839 / 9780862999834 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0862999839. ISBN/EAN: 9780862999834. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 65216121063. Hardcover 
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A Preliminary Check List of Rural Clusters in County Durham, B K Roberts, D Austin
10 B K Roberts, D Austin A Preliminary Check List of Rural Clusters in County Durham
Privately Published 1975 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Tight binding, previous owner's name on front cover, university departmental library stamp on page 2, pages are otherwise clean. Plans are: County Durham - Surviving and Shrunken Villages; Village Forms - Principles of Classification; County Durham - Deserted Villages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51317011100. Paperback 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XLIII, 1963, Parts I and II, Barrie Cunliffe etc.
11 Barrie Cunliffe etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XLIII, 1963, Parts I and II
Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1963 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: Excavations at Fishbourne, 1962, Second Interim Report by Barry Cunliffe; Cirencester 1962, Third Interim Report by John S Watcher; A British Bronze Bowl of the Belgic Iron Age from Poland by J V S Megaw; Sugar-Loaf Sheild Bosses by Vera I Evison; William Morris and theKelmscott Estate by A R Dufty; Anniversary Address by Dr. Joan Evans; Three Grinding Stones by A D Lascaille; The Excavation of the Roman Earthwork at Winterslow, Wilts by Mrs F de M Vatcher; Central Gaulish Samian Mould Fragments by A P Detsicas; Excavations at Porchester Castle, Hants by Barry Cunliffe; The Romano-British Shrines at Brigstock, Northants by Ernest Greenfield; Statuettes of Horsement and Horses and Other Votive Objects from Brigstock, Northants by M V Taylor; The Rarly Romanesque Tower at Restenneth Priory, Angus by Dr W Douglas Simpson; An English Alabaster at Muret, Haute-Garonne by Joan Evans etc. 372 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118011167. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XLIV, 1964, Parts I and II, Barrie Cunliffe etc.
12 Barrie Cunliffe etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XLIV, 1964, Parts I and II
Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1964 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: Excavations at Fishbourne 1963, Third Interim Report by Barry Cunliffe; Cirencester 1963, Fourth Interim Report by John S Wacher; Villages in Roman Britain, some evidence by S J Hallam; Turris Fortissima, a Baroque design and drawing by John Talman by S Rowland Pierce; A Mill Pivot from Silchester by W H Manning; The Old Deanery, Salisbury by N Drinkwater; Anniversary Address by Joan Evans; Excavations at Breedon-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire 1957 by John S Wacher; A Graeco-Egyptian Amulet from a Romano-British Site at Welwyn, Herts by R P Wright; The Potter Petrecvs and his Connexions by G B Dannell; A Samian Bowl by the Potter Belsa and an Arrentine Vessel, from Canterbury, by A P Detsicas; Central Gaulish Samian Mould Fragments II by A P Detsicas; The Medieval Borough of Torksey, Lincolnshire - Excavations1960-2 by M W Barley; Excavations at Winchester 1962-3 by Martin BBiddle; The Remains of the Cathedral of Bishop Jocelin at Glasgow (c. 1197) by C A R Radford and E L G Stones; A Drawing for a Thames Embankment after the Great Fire 1666 by Robert Hooke by S Rowland Piers; etc. 318 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118011168. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume L, 1970, Parts I and II, Barry Cunliffe; Leslie Alcock; D A White; Charles Daniels; Barry M Marsden; Joan J Taylor; etc.
13 Barry Cunliffe; Leslie Alcock; D A White; Charles Daniels; Barry M Marsden; Joan J Taylor; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume L, 1970, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1970 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: A Bronze Age Settlement at Chalton Hants (Site 78) by Barry Cunliffe; Excavations at South Cadbury Castle 1969 - A Summary Report by Leslie Alcock; The Excavation of an Iron Age Round Barrow near Handley Dorset 1969 by D A White; The Garamantes of Fezzan - Excavations on Zinchecra 1965-7 by Charles Daniels; The Saxon Culture-Sequence at Portchester Castle by Barry Cunliffe; Anniversary Address by Prof Francis Wormald; The Excavation of the Bee Low Round Cairn Youlgreave Derbyshire by Barry M Marsden; The Recent Discovery of Gold Pins in the Ridgeway Gold Pommel by Joan J Taylor; Dragonby - An Interim Report on Excavations on an Iron Age and Romano-British Site near Scunthorpe Lincolnshire 1964-9 by Jeffrey May; Excavations at Owlesbury Hants - A Second Interim Report by J R Collis Some Romano-Saxon Pottery from Essex by Warwick Rodwell; Excavations at Winchester 1969 - Eighth Interim Report by Martin Biddle; Decorated Window-Glass and Millefiori from Monkwearmouth by Rosemary Cramp; etc. 438 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118021059. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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A Short History of Warwickshire and Birmingham, Bird, Vivian
14 Bird, Vivian A Short History of Warwickshire and Birmingham
London B T Batsford Ltd 1977 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Dark red upper text-block edge. Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Clean crisp clipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51016062097. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume V 1925, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1925, C Leonard Woolley; Earl of Crawford and Balcarres etc.
15 C Leonard Woolley; Earl of Crawford and Balcarres etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume V 1925, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1925
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford 1925 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown cover, gilt lettering on the spine, clean pages. Sound binding. Many black and white illustrations. Original card covers are bound in. Contents include: The Excavations at Ur 1923-1924 by C Leonard Woolley; Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1923 by W Hawley; The Trunnion Celt in Britain by W J Hemp; Notes on some English Alabaster Carvings in Germany by W L Hildburgh; Pre-Roman Finds at Folkestone by S E Winbolt; Prehistoric Gold in Wilts by M E Cunnington; The Evora Gorget by Salomon Reinach; The Beeston Tor Hoard by Reginald A Smith; A Gold Ornament found at Castle Cary, Somerset by H St. George Gray; Anneau emaille trouve a Eauze (Gers), by Etienne Michon; Disputes between English and Foreign Glass Painters in the Sixteenth Century by John A Knowles; Some Flint Tools of the Iron Age, a singular series, by H G O Kendall; Anniversary Address by the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres; English Wall-Papers of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by Hilary Jenkinson; A Late Celtic Bronze Mirror from Wales by Cyril Fox; Bronze Crowns and a Bronze Head-dress from a Roman Site at Cavenham Heath, Suffolk, by Nina Frances Layard; Phoenician Ring from Malta by T Zammit; Anglo-Saxon Finds at Warwick by Philip B Chatwin; Archaeological Work in Ukrain by Professor Seerbakivsky, communicated by M C Burkitt; Notes on two Medieval Objects by O M Dalton; The Excavations at Ur 1924-1925 by C Leonard Wooley; The Goodman and other Grasshopper Rings by W J Hemp; Three Bronze Implements from the Edgebold Brickyard, Meole Brace, Shropshire by Lily F Chitty; The University Museum of Archaeology and of Ethnology, Cambridge by L C G Clarke; Tufa Construction in Roman and Norman Times by S E Winbolt; A Gun-flint Factory Site in South Wilts by R C C Clay; etc. 495 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118021015. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume VIII 1928, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1928, C Leonard Woolley; Earl of Crawford and Balcarres etc.
16 C Leonard Woolley; Earl of Crawford and Balcarres etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume VIII 1928, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1928
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford 1928 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown cover, gilt lettering on the spine, clean pages. Sound binding except that title-page is partially detached. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Original card covers are bound in. Contents include: Excavations at Ur 1926-7 by C Leonard Woolley; The Willow Moor Bronze Hoard, Little Wenlock, Shropshire by Lily F Chitty; The Roman Kilns of Farnham, Surrey by Major A G Wade; Some unusual Medieval English Alabaster Carvings by W L Hildburgh; The Excavation of Kindrochit Castle, Aberdeenshire by W Douglas Simpson; Roman Temple at Worth, Kent by W G Klein; The Excavation of an Oval Barrow in Hadden's Hill Plantation, Bournemouth by R C C Clay; Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during 1925 and 1926 by W Hawley; A Saxon Cemetery at Luton, Beds., by William Austin with notes by T W Bagshawe and F G Parsons; Excavations at Wookey Hole and other Mendip Caves 1926-1927 by H E Balch; Cross-head from Berrow Church, Somerset by W D Caroe; Sumerians, Semites, and the Origin of Copper-working by H Frankfort; Anniversary Address by the Eal of Crawford and Balcarres; A Romano-Celtic Temple near Harlow, Essex, and a note on the type by R E M Wheeler; Early Magnifying Glasses by H C Beck; A Bronze Age Refuse Pit at Swanwick, Hants., by Charles F Fox; A Romano-British Settlement at Springhead, Kent by R F Jessup; A Basilica of Constantia, Cyprus by G E Jeffery; An Early Hall at Chilham Castle, Kent by A W Clapham; Excavations at Ur 1927-8, by A W Clapham; The Early Iron Age Site at Findon Park, Findon, Sussex by Cyril Fox and Garnet R Wolseley; A Neolithic Site at Abingdon, Berks. (Second Report) by E Thurlow Leeds; The Maltese Rock-Tombs by T Zammit; A Chambered Cairn at Alt-nam-Ban, Strathbrora, Sutherland by W Douglas Simpson; Anglo-Saxon Sundials by Arthur Robert Green; etc. 576 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Privately bound with plate for The Library of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Withdrawn stamp.. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40118021009. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Nomina. Vol. 23 - 2000. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, Carole Hough; (Ed.)
17 Carole Hough; (Ed.) Nomina. Vol. 23 - 2000. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland
Society for Name Studies 2000 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0141 6340. Contents include: River and valley terms in the Book of Llandaf, by Jon Coe; The names given to ships in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England, by Malcolm Jones; 'Bullion' in Scottish place-names, by Margaret Scott; Some Belfast place-names, by Patrick McKay; Approaches to the study of English forename use, by John Martin Corkery; Thoughts on L'Ancresse, Guernsey, by Richard Coates; Carolside in Berwickshire and Carelholpit in Lincolnshire, by Carole Hough; Caxton's tale of eggs and the North Foreland, Kent, by Andrew Breeze; John Aubrey, pioneer onomast? by Gillian Fellows-Jensen; Why the difference? An attempt to account for the variations in the phonetic development of place-names in Old Norse bolstadr in the Hebrides, by Peder Gammeltoft; The Welsh mystwyr, by Gwynnedd O Pierce; Old English merece 'wild celery, smallage' in place-names, by Ann Cole, Janey Cumber & Margaret Gelling; Gawain/Gwalchmai and his peers - romance heroes (and a heroine) in England, the Celtic lands and the continent, by Peter Kitson; Conference Report - Bangor 2000; Obituary - Richard McKinley: Reviews. Crisp clean covers, tight binding, clean pages and inside covers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42017011182. Paperback 
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Nomina. Vol. 25 - 2002. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, Carole Hough; (Ed.)
18 Carole Hough; (Ed.) Nomina. Vol. 25 - 2002. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland
Society for Name Studies 2002 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0141 6340. Contents include: Bynames of location with the suffix -by revisited, by David Postles; Notes on the question of the development of Old Norse bolstadr in Hebridean nomenclature, by Richard A V Cox; Anna, Dot, Thorir ... counting Domesday personal names, by David N Parsons; Medieval field-names in two South Durham townships, by Victor Watts; A new approach to the inversion compounds of north-west England, by Alison Grant; How Anglo-Saxon personal names work, by Peter R Kitson; Pitit and Litelman - an onomastic conundrum, by Veronica Smart; Deep thoughts on the Devon, and a fresh look at the Nith, by John Garth Wilkinson; Kilkhampton, Cornwall, by Andrew Breeze; Kilpeck, near Hereford, and Latin pedica 'snare', by Andrew Breeze; Conference Report - Newcastle 2002; Reviews. Crisp clean covers, tight binding, clean pages and inside covers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42017011184. Paperback 
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Nomina. Vol. 28 - 2005. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, Carole Hough; (Ed.)
19 Carole Hough; (Ed.) Nomina. Vol. 28 - 2005. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland
Society for Name Studies 2005 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0141 6340. Contents include: The kinship of Jack - II, pet-forms of Middle English personal names with the suffixes -cok and -cus, by Peter McClure; The rise of Christian names in the thirteenth century - a case study of the English nobility, by David Morris; The transition from patronymic names to settled surnames in Wales, by John & Sheila Rowlands; 'Lochy' names and Adomnan's Nigra Dea, by Jacob King; Summer landscapes - investigating Scottish topographical place-names, by Stella Pratt; Modern methods and a controversial surname - Plant, by John S Plant; Review article - Kristensson, A Survey of Middle English Dialects 1290-1350. The Southern Counties I and II, by Peter Kitson; Conference Report - Swansea 2005; Reviews. Crisp clean covers, tight binding, clean pages and inside covers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42017011185. Paperback 
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Nomina. Vol. 21 - 1998. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, Carole Hough; O J Padel; (Eds.)
20 Carole Hough; O J Padel; (Eds.) Nomina. Vol. 21 - 1998. Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland
Society for Name Studies 1998 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0141 6340. Contents include: Patronymics in the late thirteenth century, by Joan Turville-Petre; Onomastic luggage - variability in the onomastic landscape, by Richard A V Cox; Penda's footprint? Place-names containing personal names associated with those of early Mercian kings, by Graham Jones; The development of the Anglo-Saxon boundary clause, by Kathryn A Lowe; The interpretation of hypocoristic forms of Middle English baptismal names, by Peter McClure; Whitby revisited - Bede's explanation of Streanaeshalch, by Tania Styles; The Lancashire place-names Alkincoats and Heskin, by Andrew Breeze; The Kent place-name Brenchley, by Andrew Breeze; Four Devon place-names, by Andrew Breeze; Reviews; Crisp clean covers, tight binding, clean pages and inside covers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42017011180. Paperback 
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