Records of Bucks 59 – Contents


Published by Bucks Archaeological Society  in May 2019
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Excavations at Tattenhoe Park, Milton Keynes, Sites A-C – A Chapman and E TaylorRecords of Bucks Vol 59

A Roman Crop-Processing site at Campbell Park Canalside, Milton Keynes – J Barker

A Romanesque Painted Arch circa 1100 at St Mary’s Church, Old Linslade – Richard Gem and E Howe

The Effect of the Wars of the Roses on Chesham – Garry Marshall

Marlow’s Medieval Manor Hall – Janet Smith

A New Approach to Understanding Enclosure and Survival of Common Land – F Kerner

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

The South Terrace, Cliveden: Archaeological Investigations, 2013-2017 – J Gill

Heaven on Earth: Sir Robert Lorimer and Stowe School Chapel 1926-29 – D J Critchley

The Headmaster and the Architect: J F Roxburgh, J F Matthew and Stowe School War Memorial – D J Critchley

ARCHAEOLOGICAL NOTES – edited by Bob Zeepvat:
Excavation of a Multi-Period Site at Lower Road, Stoke Mandeville – Banks, Stansbie and others;
Buckingham, 12 September 934 – Keith Bailey;
Celebrating 170 Years of the Society – Michael Farley

The Toll Roads of Buckinghamshire, by Peter Gulland – Michael Ghirelli;
Wulfhere’s People, by A J Hancock and Bob Zeepvat – Sandy Kidd;
Kingdom, Civitas and Country, by Stephen Rippon – Nigel Wilson;
Sacred Britannia: The Gods and Rituals of Roman Britain, by Miranda Aldhouse-Green – Nigel Wilson

OBITUARIES: Lord Carrington and Maureen Brown

PLUS The Society (Secretary’s report, the Library), Buckinghamshire County Museum, Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, County Archaeological Service, Conservation and Archaeology in Milton Keynes.

324 pages, fully illustrated with drawings and colour photographs


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