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England in the Age of Caxton, Geoffrey Hindley
141 Geoffrey Hindley England in the Age of Caxton
London, Toronto, Sydney, New York Granada 1979 0246108789 / 9780246108784 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0246108789. ISBN/EAN: 9780246108784. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42415111216. Hardcover 
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The History of the Kings of Britain, Geoffrey of Monmouth, translated with an introduction by Lewis Thorpe
142 Geoffrey of Monmouth, translated with an introduction by Lewis Thorpe The History of the Kings of Britain
London The Folio Society 1969 No ISBN Revised Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Very Good 
Gilt slip-case is lightly rubbed and paper is cracked across the corners. Small mark on front cover. First printing in this edition. Clean sound slip-case, fresh covers, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers. Slip case as opposed to dust-jacket . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 08418061113. Hardcover 
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The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness in the East-Riding of the County of York, Including the Abbies of Meaux and Swine, with the Priories on Nunkeeling and Burstall etc., George Poulson
143 George Poulson The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness in the East-Riding of the County of York, Including the Abbies of Meaux and Swine, with the Priories on Nunkeeling and Burstall etc.
Hull and London Robert Brown; W Pickering 1840 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Full Title: The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness in the East -Riding of the County of York, Including the Abbies of Meaux and Swine, with the Priories on Nunkeeling and Burstall; Compiled from Authentic Charters, Records, Records and the Unpublished Manuscripts of the Rev. William Dade, Remaining inthe Library of Burton Constable, with Numerrous Embelishments . Volume II, Repair at gutter on page 10, small separation between page 316 and obverse of plate. Plates are: Volume I: Frontis, Patrington Church, detached; Fac-Simile of Dmesday, fold-out; Map of North Division, scale of one mile to an inch, fold-out, short taped repair on reverse; Map of the Township of Barmston, fold-out, taped repair to reverse; Fac-Simile of a grant by Thomas de Monceaux, coloured; Map of the Township of Ulram, fold-out; Beeford Church; Brass Effigy of Thomas Tonge of Beeford, coloured; Rectory House, Beeford; Brass Effigy in Brandsburton Church, coloured; Catwick, Goxhill, Levan and Riston Churches, darkened; Nunkilling Priory Church and St. Mary's Swine; Mappleton, Rise, Routh, and Withernwick Churches; Brass Effigies in Routh Church, coloured; Capital of a Cross found in Leven Church Yard; Rise Park House and Sutton House; Siggelsthorne and Hornsea Churches; A Plan of Hornsea Mere, fold-out; Sketch of the Earth Works at Skipsea Brough. Volume II: Frontis, Tomb in Welwick Church, lightly marked; Tukes Map of Holderness, fold-out, intact, short closed tear in margin; Aldborough and Burton Pidsea Churches; Monument of Sir John De Melsa Aldbro' Church, and Sir John De La See Knight; Garton, Tunstall, Hilston, & Elsternwick Churches (lightly marked); Humbleton Church, Preston Church; Fac-Simile of Charter to Hedon; Hedon Church, North View (light foxing to margins); Grant of a Corody to St. Sepulchre's, & Fac-simile of Meaux Chartulary; Sketch of Earth Works; Burton Constable from the East; Skirlaw Chapel; Tessalated pavement, Meaux Abbey; Holderness House, south-east view; Holderness House, south-west view; Sutton Church; South Frodingham Hall; Kayingham Church; Monument of Sir Christopher Hildyard; Brass Effigies at Winestead (coloured); A Plan of Cherry Cob Sands; Brass Effigies at Welwick (coloured). 2-volume set (complete). 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: 50317021029. Hardcover 
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Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1962, Volume LXXXI (81), Gracie, H S; (ed)
144 Gracie, H S; (ed) Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1962, Volume LXXXI (81)
Bristol The Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 1963 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 9.5" x 7.5" approx 
Covers slightly darkened. Contents include: The History of Art in Gloucestershire, by Joan Evans; Friars' Orchard, Technical College, Gloucester, 1961, by Helen E O'Neil; Cirencester - Romano-British Wall-paintings from the Dyer Court Excavations, 1957, by Joan Liversidge; The Oakley Cottage Romano-British Cemetery, Cirencester, by Richard Reece; Brimpsfield Church History, by Ruth F Butler; Lionel Cranfield and the Rectory of Campden, by Christopher Whitfield; Chandeliers in Gloucestershire Churches, by Robert Sherlock; Bristol Port Plans and Improvement Schemes, by Alan F Williams; Crews Hole Pottery, St George, Bristol, by K Marochan; Notes, Reviews, etc. Size: 9.5" x 7.5" approx. Crisp clean covers, sound binding, clean pages and inside covers, corners are lightly rubbed. 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: 51716112078. Paperback 
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Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1964, Volume LXXXIII (83), Gracie, H S; (ed)
145 Gracie, H S; (ed) Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1964, Volume LXXXIII (83)
Bristol The Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 1965 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 9.5" x 7.5" approx 
Covers slightly darkened at edges. Contents include: The Royce Collection at Stow-on-the-Wold, by L V Grinsell; Two Finds of Beaker Pottery from Gloucestershire, by Mrs E M Clifford; An Enclosure on Crickley Hill, Glos., by Mrs E M Clifford; Deerhurst Priory Church and its First String Course, by Edward Gilbert; William Botiller - A Fifteenth-Century Civil Servant, by Ralph Griffiths; The River Twyver and the Fullbrook, by L E W O Fullbrook-Leggatt; The Survey of Church Livings in Gloucestershire, 1650, by C R Elrington; The Jerninghams of Painswick, by the late J N Langston; Milestones of the Stroud District, by Christopher Cox; 3 crisp, clean fold-out maps/plans; Notes, Reviews, etc. Size: 9.5" x 7.5" approx. 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: 51716112076. Paperback 
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Cloister Life in the Days of Coeur de Lion, H D M Spence
146 H D M Spence Cloister Life in the Days of Coeur de Lion
London Isbister & Company Limited 1862 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Herbert Railton & A Quinton 
Dark blue covers with ornate gilt lettering and decoration are bumped at corners and wear at spine-ends with short split at base, sound binding, bookplate (George Collett) on inside of front cover. Frontis, tissue-guard and title page have a water stain near the top, clean pages. Contents are: Lincoln - An Ideal Monk, the Monk and the King, the Death of Hugh of Lincoln; Bury St. Edmunds - Edmund King and Martyr, The Building of the Abbey, a Notable Brother, the Great Abbot and his Biographer, The Shrine of St. Edmund and what it contained; Tewkesbury - On the Road to Tewkesbury, the Builders of the Abbey, the Abbey and Its Memories, The End of the Abbey, The Architecture of the Abbey, The Tombs of Tewkesbury; Evesham - The Vanished Abbey; Oscric, King of Northumbria - The Finding of a Lord King; La Grand Chartreuse - A Lonely Island of Prayer. Illustrator: Herbert Railton & A Quinton. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 70714010040. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional shipping charges.. Hardcover 
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Aydon Castle And Its Owners, With an Architectural Account, H H E Craster, W H Knowles
147 H H E Craster, W H Knowles Aydon Castle And Its Owners, With an Architectural Account
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Andrew Reid and Company Limited 1913 No ISBN Reprint Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Overprint from the History of Northumberland vol. x. Dark green paper covers with lightly rubbed edged, sound binding, light foxing to end-papers, toned frontis of Aydon Castle from the South, and toned plate of Aydon Castle, North View taken from the Outer Bailey. Fold-out genealogical table of Raymes and Shortflat, full page plan, inset black and white illustrations and other plans. 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: 51417121017. Paperback 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume II 1922, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1922, H H King and O M Dalton etc.
148 H H King and O M Dalton etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume II 1922, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1922
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford 1922 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: A Carved Ivory Fragment of the Twelth Century, discovered at St. Albans by H H King and O M Dalton; Some Irish Antiquities of Unknown Use by E C R Armstrong; A Village Site of the Hallstatt Period in Wiltshire by Mrs M E Cunnington; The Scottish Regalia and Dunnottar Castle by Walter Seton; Roman Remains at Welwyn by G M Kindersley; A Prehistoric Invasion of England by O G S Crawford; Second Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge by W Hawley; Roman Spoons from Dorchester by O M Dalton; On Some Recent Exhibits by Reginald A Smith; A Hoard of Bronze discovered at Grays Thurrock by Charles H Butcher; The Avebury Ditch by A D Passmore; Notes on the Site of Merton Priory Church by H F Westlake; Four Suffolk Flint Instruments by J Reid Moir; Some Examples of Catalan Medieval Stamped Sheet-metal work by W L Hildburg; Archaeological Finds in the Kennet Gravels near Newbury by Harold Peake; Excavations in Malta by T Zammit; Lord Emily's Shrine, two Ridge-poles of Shrines, andtwo Bronze Castings by E C R Armstrong; Far Eastern Archaeology by Sir Hercules Read; Notes on the Panels from a Carolingian Ivory Diptych in the Ravenna and South Kensington Museums, and on two Fourteenth-century Ivory Groups by Eric Maclagan; The Hallstt Period in Ireland by E C R Armstrong; A Late-Medieval Bracer in the British Museum by O M Dalton; The Seal of Robert Fitz Meldred by W A Littledale and a Note on the Fitz Meldred Seals by C H Hunter Blair; A Roman Site at Ham, Berks. by O G S Crawford; Further Discoveries of the Neolithic and Bronze Ages of Peterborough by E T Leeds; A Rare Form of Bookmarker circa 1400 by W Parker Brewis; On Coldharbours by J B P Karlsake; A Small Bronze Group of St. Peter and St. Paul by Sir Martin Conway; New Discoveries at Knossos by Sir Arthur Evans; Notes on Early British Pottery by E T Leeds; An Account Relating to Sir John Cobham, A,d, 1408, by Sir H C Maxwell Lyte; The Age of Stonehenge by T Rice Holmes; The Amulet of Charlemagne by Sir Martin Conway; Hallstatt Pottery from Eastbourne by W Bugden; Roman Cardiff, Supplementary Notes by R E M Wheeler; Roman Coffins discovered at Keynsham 1922, by H St. George Gray; etc. 434 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: 40118021018. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages in three volumes (complete), Henry Hallam
149 Henry Hallam View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages in three volumes (complete)
London John Murray 1837 No ISBN Seventh Edition Hardcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
3 volume set, leather bound with marbled text-block edges. Spines are damaged and partly missing on volumes I and II, the pine on volume III is entirely missing. Leather covers are attached but rubbed, internal binding is sound, foxing to prelims, pages are clean. 3-volume set (complete). No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 612113110096. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional shipping charges.. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXIII, 1943, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1943, Hilary Jenkinson; Sir Alfred Clapham etc.
150 Hilary Jenkinson; Sir Alfred Clapham etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXIII, 1943, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1943
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Geoffrey Cumberlege 1943 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown cover, gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Original card covers are bound in. Contents include: What happened to the great Seal of James II? by Hilary Jenkinson; Recent Discoveries at All Hallows, Barking by T D Kendrick and C A Ralegh Radford; A List of Brochs and Broch Sites by A Graham; The Harrington Effigy in Cartmel Priory by J B Ward Perkins; Some Unknown English Embroideries of the Fifteenth Century by Betty Kurth; Late Neolithic Grooved Ware near Cambridge by D H S Frere; The Dictionary of British Arms - Report of Progress by Anthony R Wagner; Anniversary Address by A W Clapham; Excavations at Chalbury Camp, Dorset, 1939 by Margaret Whitley; Exeter Cathedral - A Conjectural Restoration of the Fourteenth Century Altar Screen, Part I, by Percy Morris; T-shaped Corn-drying Ovens in Roman Britain by R G Goodchild; etc. 200 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: 40118011180. 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 XXIV, 1944, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1944, I A Richmond; Sir Alfred Clapham etc.
151 I A Richmond; Sir Alfred Clapham etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXIV, 1944, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1944
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Geoffrey Cumberlege 1944 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown cover, gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Original card covers are bound in. Contents include: Three fragments of Roman Official Statues, from York, Lincoln and Silchester by I A Richmond; Exeter Cathedral: A Conjectural Restoration of the Fourteenth-Century Altar-Screen, Part II by Percy Morris; The Sidmouth Bronze; Legionary Standard or Tripod? by M V Taylor; Some presumable datable fragments of an English Alabaster Retable, and some Assembled Notes on English Carvings in Spain by W I Hildburgh; The Grunenberg Wappenpuch, Some Corrections by S M Collins; The Mortaria of Margidunum and their Development from A,D,50 to 400 by Felix Oswald; Anniversary Address by Sir Alfred Clapham; A Late Medieval Sword from Ireland by James G Mann; An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Nassington, Northants. by E T Leeds and R J C Atkinson; A Roman Pottery at South Carlton, Lincs. by Graham Webster; etc. 194 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: 40118011179. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Yorkshire through the years, Ian Dewhirst
152 Ian Dewhirst Yorkshire through the years
London B T Batsford Ltd 1975 0713428821 / 9780713428827 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Crisp clean illustrated dust-jacket with black lettering on front and spine. Pale green covers with gilt lettering on spine. Tight binding. Clean pages and end-papers. Book-plate on inside of front cover (Frank Spicer). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0713428821. ISBN/EAN: 9780713428827. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50315111159. Hardcover 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXIX, 1949, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1949, J B Ward etc.
153 J B Ward etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume XXIX, 1949, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. January, April, July and October 1949
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press; Geoffrey Cumberlege 1949 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean firm brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, sound binding except contents page and first page of illustration list are together detached, clean pages. Many black and white illustrations including fold-out plans and diagrams. Contents include: A Medieval Harness-Mount at Termoli by J B Ward; North Street,Folkestone, Kent by B H St. J O'Neil; Building by King Henry III and Edward the son of Odo, Part II by J G Noppen; The Archbishop's Three Seats in Canterbury Cathedral by Rev. C S Philips; Belgic Bronzes and Pottery found at Felmersham-on-Ouse, Bedfordshire by W Watson; A Promontory Port on the Shore of Ramsey Bay, Isle of Man by Gerhard Bersu; Anniversary Address by Sir Cyril Fox; Report on Excavations on the Cambridgeshire Car Dyke 1947 by J G D Clark; The Wax Images found in Exeter Cathedral by U M Tadford; A Dark Ages Settlement at Trebarveth, St. Keverne, Cornwall by Colonel O Pearce Serocold, Guy Maynard, and Florence M Patchett; Testamentary Brasses by R H D'Elboux etc. 265 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: 40118011164. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 24.60 GBP
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The Earlier Tudors 1485 - 1558. The Oxford History of England series, J D Mackie
154 J D Mackie The Earlier Tudors 1485 - 1558. The Oxford History of England series
Oxford Oxford at the Clarendon Press 1985 0198217064 / 9780198217060 Reprint Hardcover Very Good Condition Good 
Unclipped dust-jacket is a little darkened. Fresh dark blue covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. Previous owner's name in ink at front. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0198217064. ISBN/EAN: 9780198217060. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42518041170. Hardcover 
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The Constitutional History of Medieval England from the English Settlement to 1485, J E A Jolliffe
155 J E A Jolliffe The Constitutional History of Medieval England from the English Settlement to 1485
London Adam and Charles Black 1948 No ISBN Second Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Dark blue covers with gilt lettering on spine and blind-printed motif on rear cover. Wear at spine ends and corners. Paper split over front and rear hinges. . Sound skewed binding but slight separation between some gatherings. Clean pages. Slightly darkened end-papers. Previous owners' names on front end-paper. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 42415080258. Hardcover 
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The Origin and Growth of Cathedral Foundations as illustrated by the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, Lincoln Minster Pamphlets No. 1, J H Srawley
156 J H Srawley The Origin and Growth of Cathedral Foundations as illustrated by the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, Lincoln Minster Pamphlets No. 1
Lincoln the Friends of Lincoln Cathedral 1965 No ISBN 3rd Edition Soft cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Crisp, slightly darkened covers has a couple of small marks on the front, sound stapled binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50113070130. Paperback 
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The Agricultural History Review, Volume 29 1981 Part I: The Demesne Lessees of Fifteenth-Century Wiltshire; The Regional Uniqueness of English Field Systems? Some Evidence from Eastern Norfolk etc., J N Hare; B M S Campbell; Pauline Frost; Shimon Applebaum;
157 J N Hare; B M S Campbell; Pauline Frost; Shimon Applebaum; The Agricultural History Review, Volume 29 1981 Part I: The Demesne Lessees of Fifteenth-Century Wiltshire; The Regional Uniqueness of English Field Systems? Some Evidence from Eastern Norfolk etc.
The British Agricultural History Society 1981 No ISBN Edition Unstated Soft cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Crisp clean green card covers, sound binding, clean pages and inside covers. Contents include: The Demesne Lessees of Fifteenth-Century Wiltshire; The Regional Uniqueness of English Field Systems? Some Evidence from Eastern Norfolk; Yeomen and Metalsmiths - Livestock in the Dual Economy in South Staffordshire 1560-1720; The Essex Achievement; Annual List and Brief Review of Articles on Agrarian History 1979. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 56113120009. Paperback 
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The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LIII, 1973, Parts I and II, J N L Myres; Colin Bowen & Barry Cunliffe; H M Taylor; Aileen Fox & Sheila Pollard; Grace Simpson; J M Lewis; etc.
158 J N L Myres; Colin Bowen & Barry Cunliffe; H M Taylor; Aileen Fox & Sheila Pollard; Grace Simpson; J M Lewis; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LIII, 1973, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1973 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 J N L Myres; The Society's Research Projects - I The Evolution of the Landscape by Colin Bowen & Barry Cunliffe, II Archaeological Investigation of Churches in Great Britain by H M Taylor; A Decorated Bronze Mirror from an Iron Age Settlement at Holcombe Near Uplyme Devon, by Aileen Fox & Sheila Pollard; More Black Slip Vases from Central Gaul with Applied and Moulded Decoration in Britain by Grace Simpson; The Position of the Altar in Early Anglo-Saxon Churches by H M Taylor; Some Types of Metal Chafing-dish by J M Lewis; Chalton Hants - The Evolution of a Landscape by Barry Cunliffe; Cirencester 1969-72 - Ninth Interim Report by Alan D McWhirr; Excavations at Rivenhall Church Essex - An Interim Report by Warwick Rodwell & Kirsty Rodwell; The Late Twelfth-Century Rebuilding at Dundrennan Abbey by Peter Fergusson; Heralds and Copyists - The Relationship between Three Thirteenth-Century Rolls of Arms by Gerald J Brault; etc. 479 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: 40118021062. 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 LII, 1972, Parts I and II, J N L Myres; H F Cleere; Henry Hurst; Barry Cunliffe; K S Painter; Martin Biddle; N W Alcock & M W Barley; T W French; etc.
159 J N L Myres; H F Cleere; Henry Hurst; Barry Cunliffe; K S Painter; Martin Biddle; N W Alcock & M W Barley; T W French; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LII, 1972, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1972 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 J N L Myres; The Classification of Early Iron-Smelting Furnaces by H F Cleere; Excavations at Gloucester 1968-1971 - First Interim Report by Henry Hurst; Excavations at Portchester Castle Hants 1969-71 - Fourth Interim Report by Barry Cunliffe; A Late-Roman Silver Ingot from Kent by K S Painter; Excavations at Winchester 1970 - Ninth Interim Report by Martin Biddle; Medieval Roofs with Base-Crucks and Short Principals by N W Alcock & M W Barley; Hugh Lord Wiolloughby of Parham - a Neglected Society President by P J W Higson; Later Bronze Age Activity in the Somerset Levels by John M Coles; A Socketed Iron Axe from Maids Moreton Buckinghamshire with a note on the type by W H Manning & C Saunders; The Late Iron Age Metalwork from Bulbury Dorset by Barry Cunliffe; The Dating of the Lady Chapel in York Minster by T W French; A Late Seventeenth- Century Plan of York by R M Butler; etc. 479 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: 40118021061. 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 LV, 1975, Parts I and II, J N L Myres; Henry Hurst; George C Boon & H N Savory; K S Painter; Vera I Evison; Martin Biddle; etc.
160 J N L Myres; Henry Hurst; George C Boon & H N Savory; K S Painter; Vera I Evison; Martin Biddle; etc. The Antiquaries Journal, Being the Journal of The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LV, 1975, Parts I and II
London, Glasgow etc. Oxford University Press 1975 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 J N L Myres; Excavations at Carthage 1974 - First Interim Report by Henry Hurst; A Silver Trumpet-Brooch with Relief Decoration, Parcel-gilt, from Carmarthen and a Note on the Development of the Type by George C Boon & H N Savory; A Roman Christian Silver Treasure from Biddulph Staffordshire by K S Painter; Pagan Saxon Whetstones by Vera I Evison; Mitcham Grave 205 and the Chronology of Applied Brooches with Floriate Cross Decoration by M G Welch with a note on the pot by J N L Myres; Excavations at Winchester 1971 - Tenth and Final Interim Report Part I by Martin Biddle; Six Prehistoric Phalerae in the London Museum and a Discussion of other Phalerae from the British Isles by Brendan O'Connor; Excavations at Lincoln 1970-1972 - The Western Defences of the Lower Town - An Interim Report by Christina Colyer; Excavations at Gloucester - Third Interim Report - Kingsholm 1966-75 by Henry Hurst, with contributions by Patrick Garrod, H Russell Robinson, Prof Jocelyn Toynbee & David Brown; Excavations at Winchester 1971 - Tenth and Final Interim Report Part II by Martin Biddle; The Romano-Celtic Head from the Bon Marche Site Gloucester - A Reappraisal by Kevin T Greene; Deerhurst 1971-1974 - The Society's Research Project on the Archaeology of the English Church by L A S Butler, P A Rahtz & H M Taylor; The Seals of John IV Duke of Brittany 1364-1399 by Michael Jones; etc. 514 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: 40118021064. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 15.20 GBP
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