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The geology of the A303 trunk road between Wincanton, Somerset and Mere, Wiltshire 113 139-143
A31 and A35 trunk road improvements 117 123
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass - interim note 119 163-4
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
A31 and A35 trunk road improvements 117 123
A35 Weymouth Road Roundabout and Stinsford Roundabout, Dorchester 133 105
A37 Holywell Road improvement temporary exposures, West Dorset 116 152
Stagg's Folly engineer's tip A37 road improvement, Sydling St Nicholas 113 168
A37 road improvements, Evershot 115 161
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Evaluation of land near Evershot and Stockwood in advance of A37 road improvements 114 234
The Inferior Oolite at Coombe Quarry, near Mapperton, Dorset, and a new Middle Jurassic ammonite faunal horizon, Aa-3b,
Leioceras comptocostosum n.biosp. in the Scissum Zone of the Lower Aalenian 130 99-132
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
The Inferior Oolite at Coombe Quarry, near Mapperton, Dorset, and a new Middle Jurassic ammonite faunal horizon, Aa-3b, Leioceras comptocostosum n.biosp. in the Scissum Zone of the Lower Aalenian 130 99-132
Bradford Abbas: a field survey of the prehistory 114 77-88
C13 improvement and Melbury Abbas bypass scheme 116 120
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
The Inferior Oolite at East Hill Quarry, Bradford Abbas, Dorset 117 101-108
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
Cerne Abbas, Duck Street 126 188
Brief Encounter: the Cerne Abbas Giantess project, summer 1997 119 179-183
Cerne Abbas, land behind Abbey Street 126 188
Melbury Abbas: Medieval pottery in perspective 115 111-119
Milton Abbas, Pond Head Cottage 122 169
Cerne Abbas, The Old Forge 124 127
The county boundary from Melbury Abbas to Ashmore: a natural history report 130 232
Well at Milton Abbas 111 114
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
A hedge survey in the parish of Cerne Abbas 123 114
Manor Farm Quarry, Melbury Abbas 129 188
A lead pendant from Cerne Abbas 133 73-74
New Inn, Long Street, Cerne Abbas 134 157
Water Treatment Works, Kingston Russell and Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Water Treatment Works, Lamberts Hill to Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey
and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
Roof of the Abbey Barn, Abbotsbury 128 120-123
Sherborne Abbey Close (pathway), Sherborne, ST 63806 16474 131 161
The buildings of Shaftesbury Abbey in the mid-sixteenth century 115 1-13
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
Cerne Abbas, land behind Abbey Street 126 188
Shaftesbury Abbey 113 181
Shaftesbury Abbey 114 238
Shaftesbury Abbey 115 149
545 Abbot Street, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy Estate 137 164
Corfe Castle, Abbots Cottages, East Street 120 116
Abbot's Street Copse, Pamphill, Wimborne 118 137
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
Medieval and post-medieval millstones from The Old Malthouse, Abbotsbury, Dorset 112 141-142
Abbotsbury, Hannah's Lane 121 161
Sea Pea, Abbotsbury Pease 133 126
Abbotsbury, Rosemary Lane 122 165
Abbotsbury Tithe Barn and Mill Farm 120 115
Swannery car park, Abbotsbury 115 160
8 West Street, Abbotsbury 118 144
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
Roof of the Abbey Barn, Abbotsbury 128 120-123
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
Pamphill, Abbott Street Copse 120 112
Abbotts Wooton, Whitchurch Canonicorum 116 120
Trial excavation at Stoke Abbott 124 124
Portland, Stonehills Mine access road, Weston 122 170
Kimmeridge wellsite access road 116 125
Shillingstone Roman villa: summary account and interpretation 128 110-117
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building, 1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
An account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published by Henry Rowland Brown (1837-1921) in the second edition (1859) of Beauties of Lyme Regis 135 62-70
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
The medieval manorial buildings of Kingston Lacy: survey and excavation results with an analysis of the medieval account rolls 1295-1462 120 45-62
The 1830 `Captain Swing' riots in Dorset - an eye-witness account 124 21-34
The Magna Mortalitas of the Iater seventh century in Dorset: Aldhelm first bishop of Sherborne, Saints Peter and Paul, and a possible eye-witness account 131 19-26
Dorchester, 1 Acland Road 126 194
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
Dorset History Centre (?acquisitions) 136 81
The Marriage Duty Act censuses for Lyme Regis 1695-1703 125 1-11
Pits and pottery: some evidence for Beaker activity at Bryanston School 137 205-218
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity
at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
New quarry, Sea Spray Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Quarry extension, Blacklands Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 106-107
Lewis Quarries, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 107
Keates Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Broad Mead, Acton, Worth Matravers 134 161
Langton Matravers, Blacklands, Acton 127 152
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD
1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
A 1st-century AD `Durotrigian' inhumation burial with a decorated Iron Age mirror from Portesham, Dorset 118 51-70
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 118 133
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 119 159
Archaeological sites added to the county Sites and Monuments Record 120 101
Archaeological sites added to the county Sites and Monuments Record 121 151
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 122 159
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 123 123
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 124 119
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part III, the ornithischian dinosaurs (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) with additional comments on the sauropods 132 145-163
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part II, the sauropod dinosaurs (Saurischia, Sauropoda) with additional comments on the theropods 131 113-126
Two additional medieval sundials from Dorset 128 117-118
Some additional medieval sundials from Dorset 134 98-102
Additional ring ditches on the Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill 124 122
The environmental quality of the Bovington stream and its effects on the adjacent
river Frome (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 121 123-128
Proposed dwelling adjacent to 10a Sweet Hill Road, Southwell, Portland 128 131
Land adjacent to Bell Street, Swanage 118 136-7
Sherborne, Land adjacent to Brecon House 120 106
Land adjacent to Brickfields Business Park, Gillingham 133 106
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
Land adjacent to Povington Pit, Steeple 133 110-111
Sherborne, land adjacent to Sherborne House 120 106
Land adjacent to St Nicholas' Church, Studland 133 111
Powerstock, land adjacent to the Old Forge 126 195
Charminster, land adjacent to village hall 120 102
Dewlish, land adjoining Middle Street 120 116-7
Ancient and medieval administrative divisions of Cornwall 131 211-214
Landscape and the liminal: an exploration of the early administrative
divisions of the South West, an introduction 131 211
Evaluation of land near Evershot and Stockwood in advance of A37 road improvements 114 234
Archaeological sites identified from aerial photographs 116 121-2
Aerial photography: new sites 112 128
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
Mary Ozard and `The Affair of the Bastard' 115 168-169
Manorial stewards and the conduct of manorial affairs 115 15-19
Dorset bird names: affinities and origins 111 146-149
Affpuddle, SY 80006 94417 to ST 80737 93882, period: post-medieval 130 208
From poorhouse to workhouse? The erosion of publicly owned housing in rural Dorset after 1834 131 65-78
Sources of bricks used to rebuild Blandford Forum after the fire of 1731 128 9-15
Sewers, slums and standpipes: the battle against infectious disease in nineteenth-century Dorset 131 15-18
The excavation of a late Bronze Age/ early Iron Age-middle Iron Age settlement at Home Field, Down Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 133 77-97
The agricultural depression in Dorset c. 1870-1900 and the Duchy of Cornwall 117 1-4
Air photographic evidence for settlements at Chescombe, Winterborne Whitechurch 117 147-149
Archaeology and historical landscape in Wessex from the air 117 51-66
Mount Pleasant from the air 126 7-14
George Neil Aitken (1906-1985) and Gertrude Mabel (Trudy) Aitken (1907-2006) 130 271-272
George Neil Aitken (1906-1985) and Gertrude Mabel (Trudy) Aitken (1907-2006) 130 271-272
Alan Paul Carr 1930-2000 123 153
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
Thomas Hardy and the Alarm 115 170-172
Albanerpetontid amphibians from the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset 118 113-117
The recent history of monitoring and management of Little Tern Sterna albifrons
and Common Tern Sterna hirundo on Chesil Bank, Dorset, 1974-1999 126 63-84
August 6, Ebblake to Whitefield Bottom (Alderholt and Edmondsham (Dorset), Fordingbridge and Ellingham (Hants)) 136 200-201
Pinhorn Nurseries, Alderholt 117 123
Martha's Cottage, Alderholt 132 185
St Aldhelm and the chapel at Worth Matravers 126 148-157
The Magna Mortalitas of the Iater seventh century in Dorset: Aldhelm
first bishop of Sherborne, Saints Peter and Paul, and a possible eye-witness account 131 19-26
`Tempore pubertatis nostrae': the West Saxon Aldhelm of Malmesbury 129 17-24
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 117 125
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 118 144
St Aldhelm's Head, Worth Matravers 133 115
St Aldhelm's Quarry, Worth Matravers 136 84-85
St Aldhelm's Quarry, Worth Matravers 137 161
Aldhelmus episcopus: the making and shiring of the Sherborne bishopric: Saxon, Briton and the Byzantine 134 113-127
Dame Elisabeth Frink and Alex Csáky 115 202-203
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
Dorchester, Fordington Farm, Alington Avenue 127 149
Alington Dairy, Dorchester 128 131
Joan Alisoun Goodman (1911-2007) 129 275-276
Excavations at the parish church of All Saints, Chalbury, Dorset 1989 112 43-50
New foul drain, All Saints' Church, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 128 132
The Downland Parish - Gussage All Saints in the 17th century 119 1-18
6 All Saints Road, Dorchester 137 156
A late Bronze Age penannular ring from Gussage All Saints 120 121
Chalbury, Parish Church of All Saints 126 194
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All
the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
Lay subsidy rolls of the Allen Valley, 1327 and 1332 125 141-2
Palaeoenvironmental and archaeological investigations on Wyke Down and in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England 122 53-71
A note on reconstructing the prehistoric landscape environment in Cranborne Chase; the Allen valley 120 39-44
Appian House, Bowling Alley Walk, Dorchester 128 131
Bridport Community Hospital, Allington 115 147
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
Louds Mill allotments, St George's St, Dorchester, SY 70482 90376, period: modern 130 207
Trees along the County Boundary 133 155-156
Alton Pancras 120 115
Investigations on the south shore of Brownsea Island by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 272-283
Investigations at Kimmeridge Bay by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 284-296
Investigations on the Studland Circles by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 297-310
Dorchester, St John Ambulance Hall, North Square 122 166-7
Dorchester, St John Ambulance Hall, North Square 125 154
Hengistbury Head, various amenity enhancement works 131 157
Amenity lake at West Stour 114 248-9
Amenity lake at West Stour 116 133
Ammonite assemblages of the upper Oxford Clay (mariae zone) near Weymouth, Dorset 121 77-100
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
The Inferior Oolite at Coombe Quarry, near Mapperton, Dorset, and a new Middle Jurassic ammonite
faunal horizon, Aa-3b, Leioceras comptocostosum n.biosp. in the Scissum Zone of the Lower Aalenian 130 99-132
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds (Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
New ammonites from the Zigzag Bed of Dorset 119 109-116
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Predation amongst Jurassic Marine Reptiles 113 202-5
Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibunda (Pallas, 1771) (Amphibia, Ranidae) in Dorset 131 171-172
Amphibians 1996 119 208
Amphibians 2001 124 164-165
Amphibians 2002 125 207-8
Amphibians and Reptiles 111 144-145
Amphibians and reptiles 112 158-159
Amphibians and reptiles 114 279
Small Reptiles and Amphibians from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset 113 201-2
Albanerpetontid amphibians from the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset 118 113-117
Amphibians report 1995 118 180-181
Amphibians 113 212
Amphibians 115 197
Amphibians 116 163-164
Amphibians 121 177
Economic change in late medieval Dorset: an analysis of evidence from the Lay Subsidies 134 68-82
The medieval manorial buildings of Kingston Lacy: survey and excavation results with an analysis
of the medieval account rolls 1295-1462 120 45-62
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
The river Avon: real-time realm of the ancestors 121 49-52
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows of central Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
An ancient anchor from Weymouth harbour 126 144-145
An ancient anchor from Weymouth harbour 126 144-145
Ancient and medieval administrative divisions of Cornwall 131 211-214
Ancient boundaries, living landscapes 129 209-212
Ancient, civil and ecclesiastical parishes in Dorset 137 34-45
An inventory of ancient, holy and healing wells of Dorset 114 265
Durnelynche: the ancient south-eastern boundary of Dorset 137 57-64
Cranborne Ancient Technology Centre 122 161-2
Park Cottages, Winterborne Tomson, Anderson 134 157
Milborne St Andrew, Beeches Buildings 125 161
Milborne St Andrew: Coldstream Dairy 119 161
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Milborne St Andrew, Lane End 123 129
Church of St Andrew, West Stafford 137 160
Palaeopathological investigations into the articulated human skeletal remains from Old St Andrew's Church, Portland, Dorset 127 67-76
St Andrew's Church, Preston, Weymouth 133 113
Lyme Regis, St Andrews House, Uplyme Road 120 117
A Roman building in Gussage St Andrew 112 117
Milton Road, Milborne St Andrew 114 234
The Village Hall, The Causeway, Milborne St Andrew 133 107
Hillside, Little England, Milborne St Andrew 136 80
Langton Herring, Angel Lane 120 104
Shaftesbury, Angel Lane 123 127-8
The history and ecology of Spartina anglica in Poole Harbour 119 147-158
Charles Darwin and the evolution of William Barnes: the reaction of an Anglican
priest in Dorset to the publication of The Origin of Species in 1859 131 79-85
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
The search for a small Anglo-Saxon bound at Shaftesbury 111 125-127
Some Anglo-Saxon charters and estates in south-east Dorset 116 11-20
The boundaries of two Anglo-Saxon charters relating to land at Corscombe 116 1-9
Boundary landmarks in Anglo-Saxon charters 133 146-154
An Anglo-Saxon felon at Maiden Castle? 130 213-215
Animal bones 136 125-142
Kathleen Annie Deacon, 1907-1998 120 145-146
An account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published by Henry Rowland Brown (1837-1921) in the second edition (1859) of Beauties of Lyme Regis 135 62-70
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
Tarrant Launceston 15: another Neolithic causwayed enclosure? 131 161-164
Another pot by Robert Shering of Verwood 121 135-136
Observations on the Stoke Wake to Ansty water pipeline 113 185
Sherborne, St Anthony's Convent 120 119
The new Antiquarian Association vs Dorset County Museum 129 180-181
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 2012 134 162
Portable Antiquities Scheme 2013 135 235-236
Portable Antiquities Scheme 2014 136 86-87
Portable Antiquities Scheme, 2015 137 165-166
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2006 128 133-136
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2007 129 193-194
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2009 132 177-178
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2010 and 2011 133 99-100
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 130 219-221
The 1986 Poundbury hoard of 3rd-century Antoniniani 125 150-152
`This frightful blasphemous sect': apocalyptic millenarians in Victorian Dorset 114 13-18
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
Two apparently unrecorded mills at Stockwood 116 140-142
Appian House, Bowling Alley Walk, Dorchester 128 131
William Dickson Lang: his Liassic work appraised 123 69-74
April 2, Biddlesgate Wood and Stone Hill Gate (Cranborne (Dorset), Martin and Damerham (Hants)) 136 198-199
April 26, Filcombe Wood (Chideock) and St Gabriel's Wood (St Gabriel's) 136 189-190
April Cottage, Verwood 129 188
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first seven years of a newly-created pond's existence (April-October
2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath on the Arne nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic
habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
Excavations and fieldwork on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 1996 118 139-143
Dorchester Roman aqueduct 1997 119 165-168
Dorchester Roman aqueduct 1998 120 94-96
The Dorchester Roman Aqueduct: observations at 'Bob's Cars' Garage, Poundbury West Industrial Estate, and on the north-west of Poundbury Camp, 2004 134 195-199
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct, summer 1993 115 152-3
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct, summer 1994 116 123-5
Fieldwork and excavation on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 114 239-240
Excavations and fieldwork on the Dorchester Roman aqueduct 117 128-131
Dorchester Roman Aqueduct 118 146-7
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
June Betteridge Johnstone, Cert Arch, 1924-1998 120 143-144
Archaeological archive (including the Dewlish site) 131 169
Archaeological archives in store at Bournemouth University 130 213
Archaeological assessment at Manor Farm, Wyke Regis, Dorset 112 123
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
The archaeological context of the Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 133 67-68
Early observation of archaeological earthworks in Dorset 134 163
The eastern defences of the Saxon burh at Christchurch, Dorset: an archaeological
evaluation at the King's Arms Hotel 132 127-130
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Archaeological evaluation trenches, Shapwick village 115 149-150
Archaeological excavation and recording of land between 28 and 30 Bell Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 122 99-109
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard of palstaves near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
An archaeological investigation of Russel Quay, Poole Harbour 125 93-99
Archaeological investigations at the Southern Electricity Depot, High Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 125 83-92
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Palaeoenvironmental and archaeological investigations on Wyke Down and in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England 122 53-71
Archaeological investigations project 131 169
Poole Harbour: a review of early and more recent archaeological investigations with evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British salt production 127 53-57
The coastal defences of Lyme Regis: recent archaeological investigations 128 79-86
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle, and other archaeological
observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Bridport's 13th-century Defences: archaeological observations to the rear of 41 and 43 East Street, Bridport 127 59-66
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
Bestwall Quarry archaeological project: interim report 1996 118 144
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric consolidation work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
Weston Road archaeological site, Portland: interim report 128 106-110
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 118 133
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 119 159
Archaeological sites added to the county Sites and Monuments Record 120 101
Archaeological sites added to the county Sites and Monuments Record 121 151
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 122 159
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 123 123
Archaeological sites added to the County Sites and Monuments Record 124 119
Archaeological sites identified from aerial photographs 116 121-2
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 2012 134 277-290
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2009 and 2010 132 1-16
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2010 and 2011 133 189-208
Report of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society for 2013 135 360-372
The South Walks tunnel sewer, Dorchester: archaeological watching-brief 112 51-56
Re-investigations of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology and deposits at Corfe Mullen 130 195-198
Archaeology and historical landscape in Wessex from the air 117 51-66
East Stoke: the archaeology of the Old Church of St Mary 132 121-125
Other observations by Dorset County Council Archaeology Service 118 150
Brownsea Island, south shore, industrial archaeology 127 145-147
'History in Stone': Hardy, Morris, and architectural preservation 137 23-31
Aspects of Romanesque ecclesiastical architecture in Dorset 122 1-19
Three Dorset churches: early Tractarian architecture in West Dorset 132 45-54
Archaeological archive (including the Dewlish site) 131 169
Archaeological archives in store at Bournemouth University 130 213
Digging in the archives: W. Edward Bankes 1702-1729, the young Bankes who went to India 133 43-49
The Story of Orra: William Barnes's Arctic Fantasy 127 37-42
Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall - Area C 116 126
Bournemouth Natural Science Society: The natural history of Bournemouth and the surrounding area, edited by R. Chapman 133 177-178
Note on the use of Tertiary 'Heathstone' in buildings over the area
of outcrop of the Palaeogene in the Isle of Purbeck, south-central and east Dorset 137 129-136
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
Excavation and survey of Bronze Age sites in the Badbury area 114 47-76
New riding arena, Parnham House, Beaminster 128 130
`Lyme Regis is in Dorset, Uplyme is in Devon...', thoughts arising
from the research seminar of September 2008 130 223-227
Dorchester, 3 Fordington High Street (Noah's Ark) 125 164-5
The eastern defences of the Saxon burh at Christchurch, Dorset: an archaeological evaluation at the King's Arms Hotel 132 127-130
West Bay, Bridport Arms 126 195
Blandford army camp, field A 117 123
Blandford army camp, field B 117 123
The late Iron Age and Romano-British pottery production sites at Redcliff, Arne and Stoborough 124 45-99
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
The management of lowland heath from 1966-1989 at Arne nature reserve, Dorset, UK 114 227-232
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first seven years of a newly-created pond's existence (April-October 2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath on the Arne
nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first seven years of a newly-created pond's existence (April-October 2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath on the Arne nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
A comparison of the verge flora of a section of the Arne Road, Wareham, Dorset 127 101-110
Wytch Farm oilfield, infield flowlines, Corfe Castle and Arne 111 111
Middlebere Farm, Arne 117 128
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula, Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
Medieval seamarks around the Dorset coast 130 265-268
Stone artefacts recorded from Knitson Farm, Corfe Castle, Dorset in 1999 127 135-138
Land Arthropods 111 136-137
Land arthropods 112 154-156
Land Arthropods 113 210-1
Land Arthropods 114 276-277
Land arthropods 115 194-195
Land arthropods 116 160-161
Land arthropods 117 172-173
Land Arthropods 118 179-180
Land arthropods 119 206-207
Land arthropods 120 138-140
Land Arthropods 121 176-177
'Gone for a Burton': Thomas Arthur Burton (1842-1936), musician and composer, and his family (from Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Cotswolds, Hampshire and Dorset) 136 38-56
Eric Arthur Gee 111 155
Philip Arthur Rahtz (1921-2011) 134 272-275
Review articles and other contributions on the geology of Dorset in volume 130 130 233
Palaeopathological investigations into the articulated human skeletal remains from Old St Andrew's Church, Portland, Dorset 127 67-76
Species recorded on artificial and natural reefs, Poole Bay, 1989-1996 121 113-122
Photography as a tool for monitoring coastal geological sites 128 189-193
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as
food by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Dole's Ash Farm, Piddletrenthide 111 107
The county boundary from Melbury Abbas to Ashmore: a natural history report 130 232
Winterborne St Martin, Ashton 122 174
August 26, Eggardon Hill (NT) (Askerswell) 136 193
Aspects of Romanesque ecclesiastical architecture in Dorset 122 1-19
Ammonite assemblages of the upper Oxford Clay (mariae zone) near Weymouth, Dorset 121 77-100
The environmental quality of a small urban watercourse, the Bourne Stream (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 117 117-122
The environmental quality of a small spring-fed watercourse, the Wool Stream (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 120 77-83
The environmental quality of the Bovington stream and its effects on the adjacent river Frome (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 121 123-128
The environmental quality of two iron-rich streams in southern Dorset, assessed with macroinvertebrate data 122 139-144
The environmental quality of the River Jordan (Dorset) assessed with macroinvertebrate data 126 127-132
The environmental quality of the Tadnoll Brook (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 127 125-132
The environmental quality of the Sherford River (Dorset) assessed with macroinvertebrate data 136 18-29
Archaeological assessment at Manor Farm, Wyke Regis, Dorset 112 123
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
Druitt Gardens, desk-based assessment (NGR 415710 092715) 130 205
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental assessment of seven streams entering Poole harbour 137 105-117
Environmental quality assessment of the Win Stream (Dorset) using macroinvertebrate data 116 105-110
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
Assessments and evaluations with negative results 117 127
Knowlton Circles, palaeoenvironmental assessment 116 119
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated
faunas at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated
sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated
with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
The new Antiquarian Association vs Dorset County Museum 129 180-181
Re-introduction of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to the Tadnoll Brook, Dorset 130 9-16
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
Attempts at a Dorset County Museum in the 1820s 121 138-140
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution
to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
Poole, St Aubyn's Court Road 125 167
Local auction report 2013 135 358-359
Local auction report 134 270-271
August 26, Eggardon Hill (NT) (Askerswell) 136 193
August 6, Ebblake to Whitefield Bottom (Alderholt and Edmondsham (Dorset), Fordingbridge and Ellingham (Hants)) 136 200-201
Land off Augusta Road, Portland 128 129
Aurea Pamela Hoare (1915-2008) 132 217-218
An anonymous account of Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, published in All the year round in 1865, and its attribution to Henry Stuart Fagan (1827-1890), schoolmaster, parson and author 135 71-85
The Lymiad: a poem in the form of letters from Lyme to a friend at Bath, written during the autumn
of 1818, edited by John Fowles and John Constable 133 178-179
Stonehills Mine, Avalanche Road, Southwell, Portland 137 158
Knapp Mill Avenue, Christchurch 114 233
Rear of 1-3 Weymouth Avenue, Dorchester 137 156
Weymouth Avenue, Fordington 111 118-9
Kingston Lacy beech avenue, interim reports 111 105-6
69 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Weymouth 133 113
Dorchester, Weymouth Avenue 122 160
Dorchester, Weymouth Avenue 123 131
Dorchester, 2 Linden Avenue 126 189
Dorchester, Fordington Farm, Alington Avenue 127 149
The river Avon: real-time realm of the ancestors 121 49-52
A jadeite axe blade from Nether Cerne, Dorset 126 174-175
Neolithic axe from Gillingham 111 105
A polished flint axe from Toller Porcorum 118 154
A group of Middle Bronze Age socketed axes from East Dorset 125 144-6
Hengistbury Head, tranchet axe 121 162

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