B

Charmouth, Backlands Farm 125 163
Lithostratigraphic sections through the Purbeck Limestone Group (Tithonian-Berriasian) at five Regionally Important Geological/ Geomorphological Sites (RIGS) on the Isle of Purbeck, and at Bacon
Hole near West Lulworth, Dorset, Southern England 131 127-144
Shapwick, excavations at Badbury and Crab Farm, interim report 126 181-186
Excavation and survey of Bronze Age sites in the Badbury area 114 47-76
Lodge Farm and Badbury Park, Pamphill 111 112-4
Excavation and geophysical survey, Badbury Rings 2005 127 143-145
The Romano-Celtic temple at Badbury Rings, Dorset 135 242-271
A geophysical survey of three round barrows near Badbury Rings 132 107-110
Resistivity survey, Badbury Romano-British temple 118 134
Evaluation excavation, Badbury Romano-Celtic temple 122 148
Badger sett remedial work, Hambledon Hill, Child Okeford 128 130
Badger sett remedial work, Maiden Castle, Winterborne St Martin 128 132
Sturminster Newton, Bagber Farm House 126 192
Cecil John Bailey FSA (1914-2004) 127 195-197
Corfe Castle, evaluation excavation in the West Bailey 136 78-79
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian
(Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
A further examination of the Subfurcatum Zone (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of North Dorset 113 196-8
A new section in the Rubbly Beds Limestones of the Upper Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of north Dorset 117 158
A review of the stratigraphy of the Inferior Oolite (Bajocian
stage, Middle Jurassic) near Clatcombe, Sherborne, with a description of temporary sections 121 101-106
A description of a permanent new section and of nearby temporary sections in the Inferior Oolite (Bajocian
Stage, Middle Jurassic) of Milborne Wick, Somerset 127 77-85
A review of the stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Middle and Upper Oolite (Bajocian
Stage, Middle Jurassic) of Oborne Wood near Sherborne, north Dorset 125 109-118
A review of the stratigraphy of the site of special scientific interest at Milborne Wick, Somerset (Bajocian stage; Middle Jurassic) 118 107-111
Balfour Farm, Wool 114 249
Excavations near Tolpuddle Ball, Dorset, an interim report 115 155-8
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
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
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
Digging in the archives: W. Edward Bankes 1702-1729, the young Bankes who went to India 133 43-49
Digging in the archives: W. Edward Bankes 1702-1729, the young Bankes who went to India 133 43-49
Weymouth's choice: Pulteney or bankruptcy? 119 33-40
A mediaeval `banner' type of harness ornament 111 111-2
Roman defences at Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road, Dorchester 126 166-170
Dorchester, Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road 125 160
Dorchester, Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road 126 194
An old road at Bare Cross, Church Knowle 128 95-100
Barford Farm, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy estate 133 107-108
A double ring ditched, Bronze Age barrow at Barford Farm, Pamphill 111 31-55
Land at Barges Close, Litton Cheney 137 157
Roof of the Abbey Barn, Abbotsbury 128 120-123
Abbotsbury Tithe Barn and Mill Farm 120 115
Black Barn Farm, Chalbury 112 122
New Barn Farm, Knowlton, Woodlands 137 161
Knowlton, New Barn Farm 125 160
Bestwall Barn, Wareham 117 140
Gillingham, Barnaby Mead 123 128-9
Glebe Land, Barnes Lane, Beaminster 118 144
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
Dorchester: former Hardye's School, Barnes Way 119 160
The Story of Orra: William Barnes's Arctic Fantasy 127 37-42
William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
Winterborne Came Rectory: the home of William Barnes 123 1-6
Water main replacement, Barnston crossroads, Church Knowle 129 190
Sydling St Nicholas Tithe Barn 114 249
Bradford Peverell, Home Barn 126 188
A second Bastard Barometer 112 142-145
Proposed new barrackmaster's workshop, RNAS Portland 117 137-140
Barracks in Dorset during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 111 9-14
The Dorset County Museum barrel organ 137 7-17
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow and Napoleonic signal station at Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel 115 51-62
A double ring ditched, Bronze Age barrow at Barford Farm, Pamphill 111 31-55
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow at Binnegar Quarry 132 93-106
Possible barrow at Church Knowle 111 105
Pamphill, a round barrow at Old Lawn Farm 121 151
A geophysical examination of round barrow cemeteries on the South Dorset Ridgeway (Stage 1 - Bronkham Hill) 130 199-203
Early record of a barrow excavation on Little Down, Langton Long and Tarrant Rawston and a note on a ring ditch on Race Down, Pimperne 117 150
Excavation of a round barrow, Golden Cap 114 240
Barrow Lea, Stalbridge 117 126
Wyke Regis, Barrow Rise 125 163
Two round barrows and flintwork on Pound Hill, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset 111 120-121
Round barrows at Squirrel's Cottages, East Holme 113 170
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm, Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
A geophysical survey of three round barrows near Badbury Rings 132 107-110
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows
of central Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
Geophysical survey, Godlingston Heath group of round barrows, Studland 133 107
The Excavation of Fordington Farm Round Barrow 113 107-132
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm, Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
Tarrant Launceston, Race Down long barrow 126 187
Shapwick, St Bartholomew's Church 122 170
Greenhill Barton, Coombe Valley Road, Bincombe 128 130
Land at Barton Farm and north of Marston Road, Sherborne 133 109
A multi-phase site at Barton Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset 137 187-204
Barton Hill, Shaftesbury 116 131
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
A second Bastard Barometer 112 142-145
Mary Ozard and `The Affair of the Bastard' 115 168-169
'A Shocking Case!' Bigamy and Bastardy in Dorchester, 1729-1730 127 133-134
Batcombe, Gore Hill 122 165
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
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
A lower molar of Stereognathus sp. (Reptilia, Therapsida) from the Bathonian of southern England 115 139-141
A new Dorset record of the Zigzag Zone (Lower Bathonian stage, Middle Jurassic) 119 129-133
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid gastropod Bathrotomaria
rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
Sewers, slums and standpipes: the battle against infectious disease in nineteenth-century Dorset 131 15-18
Liz-Anne Bawden MBE (1931-2012) 135 338-339
Species recorded on artificial and natural reefs, Poole Bay, 1989-1996 121 113-122
West Bay and Swash Channel wrecks 128 186
West Bay, Bridport Arms 126 195
Investigations at Kimmeridge Bay by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 284-296
A dinosaur track from the Wealden Group (Lower Cretaceous), Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, southern England 130 233-234
An unusual tool-mark in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Durlston Bay, Dorset 115 185
New records of unionacean bivalves from the Wessex Formation (Wealden Group, Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage Bay, Dorset 118 167-168
Weymouth Bay holiday park, Preston 120 108
New sea wall, Kimmeridge Bay, Kimmeridge 135 199
Kimmeridge Bay, new Marine Centre 122 168-9
The Weymouth Bay pliosaur, a major new display specimen for the Dorset County Museum 132 188
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Kimmeridge Bay, Purbeck 119 161
A mammal-bearing bed in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), Durlston Bay,
Swanage, Dorset, and correction to Ensom 2000 132 187-188
Type-section of the Purbeck Limestone Group, Durlston Bay, Swanage, Dorset 114 181-206
Kimmeridge Bay, upper car park and quayside 131 156-157
Bayard Dairy, Upwey, Weymouth 133 112-113
The Beaches of Lyme Bay 111 91-97
A geological map of Purbeck Beds in the northern part of Durlston Bay 113 145-148
A Hanseatic flagon from Chesil Bay 114 250-1
Dorset Dolines: part 3, Eocene pockets and gravel pipes in the Chalk of St Oswald's Bay 117 109-116
An elephant tusk from the sea off West Bay 123 113
Early medieval pottery from Studland Bay 129 271
Coastguard Hut, Kimmeridge Bay 137 157
A Late Iron Age Settlement and Black-Burnished Ware (BB1)
Production Site at Worgret, near Wareham, Dorset (1986-7) 113 55-105
Ship timbers on Studland Beach: an interim note? 130 269
Mammals of Chesil Beach and the Fleet 134 38-42
Excavation of c. eighteenth-century wall footings at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock 135 237-240
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
Chesil Beach, changes in crest height 1969-1990 112 109-112
Magnetite on Chesil Beach, evidence of a ship's stranding in 1914 123 109
Chesil Beach: landward recession 1965-1991 113 157-160
The Pig on the Beach, Studland 136 83
Plan of Hive Beach, with eroding building, supplement to vol.135 p.237-240 136 185
Rehearsal for disaster: Bridport's beaches and the Dieppe operation 133 170-174
The Beaches of Lyme Bay 111 91-97
Excavations at Thorncombe Beacon, Doghouse Hill and Golden Cap on the Golden Cap Estate, West Dorset 134 205-247
Thorncombe Beacon, Golden Cap Estate 126 191
Geophysical survey of Long Mound, Beacon Knap, Swyre 135 201-202
Symondsbury, excavation of prehistoric flints at Thorncombe Beacon 126 186-187
Pits and pottery: some evidence for Beaker activity at Bryanston School 137 205-218
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Early 16th-century Sculptures on the Tower of St Mary's Church, Beaminster, Dorset 127 138-141
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
Beaminster, Langdon source nitrates pipeline 120 115
Glebe Land, Barnes Lane, Beaminster 118 144
New riding arena, Parnham House, Beaminster 128 130
Derek Beamish 114 283
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Wheelers Land, Bearwood, Poole 114 237
Wheelers Lane, Bearwood, Poole 115 161
Bearwood Primary School, Wheeler's Lane, Poole 116 131
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
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
Anglo-Saxon Abbey Shaftesbury - Bectun's Base or Alfred's Foundation 113 23-32
A mammal-bearing bed in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), Durlston Bay, Swanage, Dorset, and correction to Ensom 2000 132 187-188
New ammonites from the Zigzag Bed of Dorset 119 109-116
A geological map of Purbeck Beds in the northern part of Durlston Bay 113 145-148
Research in progress: Biostratinomic investigations of shell beds in the Purbeck formation 117 154-155
A new section in the Rubbly Beds Limestones of the Upper Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of north Dorset 117 158
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Beds of Dorset 114 175-179
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds
(Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
Kingston Lacy beech avenue, interim reports 111 105-6
Milborne St Andrew, Beeches Buildings 125 161
Fossil beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset - a preliminary report 121 107-112
Lyme and the Devon-Dorset county boundary, where the questions begin 129 197-208
Donald Behenna Jeffery 117 179
Cerne Abbas, land behind Abbey Street 126 188
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
Wall behind Wadham House, 50 High West Street, Dorchester 135 199
The Bells and Belfries of Dorset, by Christopher Dalton 129 277-278
The bell of Bothenhampton: the travails of a 17th-century churchwarden 114 268-269
Archaeological excavation and recording of land between 28 and 30 Bell Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 122 99-109
Land adjacent to Bell Street, Swanage 118 136-7
Mason's Lodge, Bell Street, Wareham 117 140
Shaftesbury, Bell Street 120 105
Belle Vue Farm, Herston, Swanage 135 201
Portland House, Belle Vue Road, Weymouth 133 113
Bellevue, Pound Lane, Wareham, SY 9205 8729 131 155
'Bellevue', Pound Lane, Wareham 137 159-160
The Bells and Belfries of Dorset, by Christopher Dalton 129 277-278
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
A life of generous beneficence: George Wingfield Digby, a Victorian landowner 1856-1883 123 7-14
Matthew Chubb of Dorchester: rapacious moneylender and benevolent philanthropist 112 1-4
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid gastropod Bathrotomaria rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
Bennetts Court, Colliton Street, Dorchester 137 156
Bere Regis, Bournemouth University training excavation 131 168-169
Bere Regis: cable trench at Woodbury Hill (NGR 385665 094765) 130 205
88 West Street, Bere Regis 117 123
Woodbury Hill, Bere Regis 117 136
A medieval site at Bere Regis 117 143-147
Bere Regis 122 165
Woodbury Hill, Bere Regis 129 189
Rogershill Farm, Bere Regis 133 103
Cold Harbour first time sewerage, Bere Road, Wareham 136 83
Bernard Jones (1925-2004) 126 229-230
Bestwall Barn, Wareham 117 140
Bestwall Quarry archaeological project: interim report 1996 118 144
Bestwall Quarry excavations 1997 - interim report 119 163
Bestwall Quarry excavations 1998 - interim report 120 110
Bestwall Quarry excavations 1999 - interim report 121 153
Bestwall Quarry excavations 2000 - interim report 122 160
Bestwall Quarry excavations 2001 - interim report 123 123-4
Bestwall Quarry excavations 2002 - interim report 124 119-120
Bestwall Quarry excavations 2003, interim report 125 153-4
Bestwall Quarry excavations 2004, interim report, 126 177
Bestwall quarry gravels project 1994-5 117 136
Bestwall Quarry gravels project, interim note 115 160
Bestwall Quarry gravels project 114 247
Wareham, North Bestwall Road water main repair 131 158-159
Bestwall Tidal Embankment, Bestwall, Wareham 137 159
Bestwall Tidal Embankment, Bestwall, Wareham 137 159
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
June Betteridge Johnstone, Cert Arch, 1924-1998 120 143-144
A tale of two skulls: superstition in Dorset at Waddon and Bettiscombe 119 51-58
The Dorset county boundary at Biddlesgate, between the parishes of Cranborne (Dorset) and Damerham (Hampshire from 1885; formerly Wiltshire) 135 325-333
April 2, Biddlesgate Wood and Stone Hill Gate (Cranborne (Dorset), Martin and Damerham (Hants)) 136 198-199
11KV cable replacement, Big Wood/ Valley of the Stones, Dorchester 118 146
'A Shocking Case!' Bigamy and Bastardy in Dorchester, 1729-1730 127 133-134
Bill Putnam (1930-2008) 131 239-240
Roman Dorset, by Bill Putnam 128 199
Shaftesbury, Bimport 125 161
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Greenhill Barton, Coombe Valley Road, Bincombe 128 130
June 11, Bindon Hill and Lulworth Cove (Lulworth) 136 191-192
Scheduled monument SM29061, Binnegar Quarry, East Stoke, SY 89272 87740 131 159
East Stoke, Binnegar Quarry 124 125-126
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow at Binnegar Quarry 132 93-106
Freshwater biological monitoring of the Furzebrook Stream (south Dorset) using macroinvertebrates 118 125-131
Research in progress: Biostratinomic investigations of shell beds in the Purbeck formation 117 154-155
Dorset bird names: affinities and origins 111 146-149
Bird Report 1991 113 216
Bird report 112 159-160
Farmland bird survey 2007 129 257-261
Frome Valley winter bird survey 135 350-351
Frome Valley winter bird survey 136 194-195
The status of some Purbeck sea birds 2 114 215-220
Birds in Dorset 1992 114 279-281
Birds in Dorset 1993 115 198
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
Aldhelmus episcopus: the making and shiring of the Sherborne bishopric: Saxon, Briton and the Byzantine 134 113-127
Shapwick, Bishop's Court Farm 123 126-7
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
New records of unionacean bivalves from the Wessex Formation (Wealden Group, Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage Bay, Dorset 118 167-168
Black Barn Farm, Chalbury 112 122
The Black Death in Dorset: the crisis of 1348-1349 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 131 3-13
Winterbourne Steepleton: Black Down, a Roman military signalling station in Dorset? 137 178-186
Winterborne Steepleton, Smitten Corner, Black Down 125 170
Mabel St Clair Stobart 1862-1954: The Lady of the Black Horse 135 1-19
Evidence of Black Slaves in Dorset Records (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 127 13-20
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
A Late Iron Age Settlement and Black-Burnished Ware (BB1) Production Site at Worgret, near Wareham, Dorset (1986-7) 113 55-105
Langton Matravers, Blacklands, Acton 127 152
Quarry extension, Blacklands Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Langton Matravers, Blacklands 126 189-190
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
A jadeite axe blade from Nether Cerne, Dorset 126 174-175
William Shipp of Blandford, 1807-1873 119 41-50
Blandford army camp, field A 117 123
Blandford army camp, field B 117 123
RSS Blandford, Blandford Forum 131 155
Blandford Camp, Blandford Forum 129 189
Blandford Camp, Tarrant Launceston 116 132
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
Blandford Camp 115 147
Poole, Blandford Close, Hamworthy 125 167
Sources of bricks used to rebuild Blandford Forum after the fire of 1731 128 9-15
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Blandford Forum, Bryanston School 126 193
Excavations at former Milldown School, Blandford Forum, Dorset, 2015 137 219-231
Blandford Forum, RSS Blandford 136 77
Blandford Forum, West Street 120 102
Blandford Forum, West Street 127 149
Blandford Camp, Blandford Forum 129 189
RSS Blandford, Blandford Forum 131 155
Former Milldown School, Blandford Forum 137 155
James Brothers site, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy, Poole 128 129
Poole: Blandford Road, Hamworthy 120 105
Poole, new First School, Blandford Road, Hamworthy 125 161
35-37 Blandford Road, Hamworthy 129 187
Poole, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy 131 157
Hamworthy, 165-67 Blandford Road 122 168
Hamworthy, Old Rectory, Blandford Road 126 189
Hamworthy, 49 Blandford Road 126 193
Observations on a pipeline: Sturminster Marshall to Blandford St Mary 113 168-9
1 Church Lane, Lower Blandford St Mary 113 185
Stour Park, Blandford St Mary 115 147
Hall and Woodhouse Brewery, Bournemouth Road, Blandford St Mary 133 103
Bryanston School, Blandford 115 160
Coins and miscellaneous objects from Goldfields Farm, Farnham, near Blandford 118 151-2
The Godwin family and William Jones: Lesser-known builders of post-fire Blandford 129 175-177
Blandford Forum, RSS Blandford 136 77
`This frightful blasphemous sect': apocalyptic millenarians in Victorian Dorset 114 13-18
Wimborne: Blind Lane 119 177
Calcite blocks near Winterbourne Stickland, Dorset 115 184-185
Evaluation of land at Whites Cottage, Bloxworth 116 119
Traverse board from the sailing ship Systrarne and the Swedish connection 126 141-144
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
Hardy's Cottage, Higher Bockhampton 136 82-83
July 19, Winfrith Heath, Bog Orchid count 136 192
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 120 108
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 121 161
A Sherborne bone of contention 118 31-34
Animal bones 136 125-142
Bonfields Garage, West Street, Bridport 128 130
Wareham, Bonnets Lane 127 153
Wareham, Bonnett's Lane 116 119-120
Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book 1625-1638: a calendar, ed. Terry Hearing and Sarah Bridges 128 199
Visitors' book for the Loyalty Theatre, Dorchester 121 145-150
Ordnance Survey boundary remarks books 133 154-155
Holworth: booster to Holworth tank, SY 76560 84000 130 206-207
Nine borderland parishes of north Dorset, a preliminary survey 129 200
Further borderland parishes of North Dorset 130 228-232
West Stafford borehole 115 150
West Stafford, West Stafford Borehole 116 128-9
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
Knighton Farm, Borough of Poole 115 165
Excavations at 39-69 East Borough, Wimborne Minster 113 183
Wimborne Minster, East Borough 120 109
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula, Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
Dorset Botany 1992 114 272-274
Dorset botany 1996 118 172-173
Dorset botany 1997 119 194-195
Dorset botany 1998 120 126-128
Dorset botany 1999 121 167-169
Dorset Botany 2003 125 178-9
Dorset botany 2004 126 202-203
Dorset botany in 1993 115 191-193
Dorset botany in 1995 117 163-164
The botany of boundaries, some thoughts 133 157-160
Botany 111 134-136
Botany 112 151-153
Botany 113 206-7
Botany 116 156-157
Botany 122 183
Botany 123 138
Botany 124 135-138
The bell of Bothenhampton: the travails of a 17th-century churchwarden 114 268-269
A witch bottle from 1 Grove Lane, Stalbridge 117 142
Bottle Knap Cottage, Long Bredy 135 199
August 6, Ebblake to Whitefield Bottom (Alderholt and Edmondsham (Dorset), Fordingbridge and Ellingham (Hants)) 136 200-201
Scratchy Bottom, West Lulworth 116 131
Charminster, Forston Field Bottom 126 195-196
The search for a small Anglo-Saxon bound at Shaftesbury 111 125-127
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
Ancient boundaries, living landscapes 129 209-212
Boundaries of Dorset 135 316-319
The boundaries of two Anglo-Saxon charters relating to land at Corscombe 116 1-9
The botany of boundaries, some thoughts 133 157-160
Shires and their boundaries 129 195-197
The Dorset county boundary at Biddlesgate, between the parishes of Cranborne (Dorset) and Damerham (Hampshire from 1885; formerly Wiltshire) 135 325-333
The Dorset/ Somerset County boundary at Yeovil: Roman order from imperial to episcopal, taxation and the landscape 131 219-236
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
The county boundary from Melbury Abbas to Ashmore: a natural history report 130 232
Lost in suburbia: tracing the county boundary in south-east Dorset 129 212-215
Boundary landmarks in Anglo-Saxon charters 133 146-154
Durnelynche: the ancient south-eastern boundary of Dorset 137 57-64
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
Ordnance Survey boundary remarks books 133 154-155
The Dorset County Boundary Survey 2013 135 320-324
Dorset County Boundary Survey, a first report 128 137-138
County Boundary Survey field visits 136 198-201
County Boundary Survey Group visits 134 267-269
County Boundary Survey visits 135 355-357
The Dorset County Boundary Survey 133 145-146
Lyme and the Devon-Dorset county boundary, where the questions begin 129 197-208
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Trees along the County Boundary 133 155-156
The environmental quality of a small urban watercourse, the Bourne
Stream (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 117 117-122
Hitherto unnoticed tree remains from the submerged forests at Bournemouth and Charmouth 122 125-127
Bournemouth Natural Science Society: The natural history of Bournemouth
and the surrounding area, edited by R. Chapman 133 177-178
The Bournemouth Hospital Bronze Age hoard 114 253-254
Bournemouth Natural Science Society: The natural history of Bournemouth and the surrounding area, edited by R. Chapman 133 177-178
Bournemouth, Queen's Park 126 177-178
Hall and Woodhouse Brewery, Bournemouth Road, Blandford St Mary 133 103
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 122 165
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 123 124
Bere Regis, Bournemouth University training excavation 131 168-169
Bournemouth University undergraduate research 2004 126 196
Archaeological archives in store at Bournemouth University 130 213
Winton Primary School, Bournemouth 114 247
West View filling station, Charminster Road, Bournemouth 115 147
Durley Chine, Bournemouth 115 160-1
The Warren Summer House, Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 129 271-273
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 133 103
Kinson Common, Kinson, Bournemouth 133 103
Hengistbury Head visitor centre, Bournemouth 134 157
Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth 135 198
Kinson Manor Farm, Bournemouth 136 77
St Peter's Catholic School, Bournemouth 137 155
Tan Lane, Bourton, near Gillingham 114 234
New link road, Bovington Camp 129 189
The environmental quality of the Bovington stream and its effects on the adjacent river Frome (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 121 123-128
Collin Bowen (1919-2011) 134 275-276
Preston: Bowleaze Cove Romano-British building 136 88-98
A ninth century mount from Bowleaze Cove, Weymouth 113 184
Appian House, Bowling Alley Walk, Dorchester 128 131
Pentridge, Bowling Green Lane 126 190
Boyne Hollow water pipeline 113 170
Sherborne School for Boys, ST 63735 16541, period: medieval 130 208
Brackendene, East Stoke 116 130
Bradford Abbas: a field survey of the prehistory 114 77-88
The Inferior Oolite at East Hill Quarry, Bradford Abbas, Dorset 117 101-108
Geophysical survey on Bradford Down, Pamphill 124 122
`The Ramblers', Bradford Peverell, Dorchester 117 123
Bradford Peverell, Home Barn 126 188
Bradford Peverell inhumation cemetery 111 110-1
Bradford Peverell pipeline scheme, SY 66712 92604 to SY 70798 90258 131 159-160
Observations at Bradford Peverell 114 247
Whitfield, Bradford Peverell 115 147
4 Frome View, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Manor House, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Corner plot, Bradford Peverell 116 129
`The Ramblers', Bradford Peverell 118 145
Bradpole, Holy Trinity Church 125 163
Jack Bradshaw MA (1915-2004) 126 227
Burton Bradstock, eroding features on Burton Cliff 131 159
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
Excavation of c. eighteenth-century wall footings at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock 135 237-240
Horton: Bramble Farm 119 175
Michael Brawne (1925-2003) 126 227-228
Braytown, Wool 127 151
Braytown, Wool 128 129
A named bread-bin from Verwood 112 150
Portland Port, inner breakwater 125 168
Sherborne, Brecon House, Long Street 122 174
Sherborne, Land adjacent to Brecon House 120 106
Long Bredy, Martins Down main replacement 125 166
Long Bredy 120 117
Bottle Knap Cottage, Long Bredy 135 199
Hall and Woodhouse Brewery, Bournemouth Road, Blandford St Mary 133 103
Brewery Square, Dorchester 136 79
Stanton St Gabriel, brick kiln and medieval settlement: interim report 120 114
Land adjacent to Brickfields Business Park, Gillingham 133 106
Wills of 18th and early 19th-century Dorset brickmakers 124 1-10
Brickmaking at Gillingham and Motcombe, Dorset 113 17-22
Brickmaking at Gillingham and Motcombe, Dorset 114 263-264
Sources of bricks used to rebuild Blandford Forum after the fire of 1731 128 9-15
Long Cross brickworks, Shaston (Shaftesbury) St James, Dorset 112 146-149
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell
and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Charminster Bridge, Charminster 137 155
Pinford Bridge in Sherborne Park 117 15-19
Bridge Street Island, Christchurch 117 124
Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book 1625-1638: a calendar, ed. Terry Hearing and Sarah Bridges 128 199
Mary Bridget Featherstonehaugh Frampton MBE, 1928-2014 136 186
Lyme Regis, Gosling's Bridge 125 166
The Chantry, Bridport, a medieval lighthouse or sea mark? 129 269-271
West Bay, Bridport Arms 126 195
Bridport, Church of St Mary 121 151
Bridport Community Hospital, Allington 115 147
Medieval and post-medieval Bridport: Excavations at 43 South Street, 1996 122 111-123
Bridport Literary and Scientific Institute, 51 East Street, Bridport 137 155
Bridport Literary and Scientific Institute 121 136-138
Bridport, New Zealand 125 157
Bridport, Priory Lane 120 102
Vespasian House, Bridport Rd, Dorchester, SY 68710 90648 130 207
Former Olds garage, Bridport Road, Dorchester, SY 6845 9058 131 160
Excavations at 9 Bridport Road, Dorchester 111 87-90
Middle Farm, Bridport Road, Dorchester 114 239
Roman defences at Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road, Dorchester 126 166-170
Dorchester, Bridport Road, Poundbury 125 166
Dorchester, Bridport Road, SY 68775 90628 to 68842 90650 116 130
Dorchester, Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road 125 160
Dorchester, Dorford Baptist Church, Bridport Road 126 194
Bridport, South Street 122 166
Bridport, south-west quadrant 120 116
27 East St, Bridport, ST 46722 92960, multi-period 130 206
Forty Foot Way, Bridport, SY 46221 90507 130 206
Bridport Tannery 120 116
Bridport,32 South Street 123 130
Bridport's 13th-century Defences: archaeological observations to the rear of 41 and 43 East Street, Bridport 127 59-66
Rehearsal for disaster: Bridport's beaches and the Dieppe operation 133 170-174
South Walks housing project, South Street, Bridport 115 160
Former Cornick's jam factory, Bridport 116 129
Former fire station, Bridport 117 123
Vearse Farm, Symondsbury, near Bridport 117 126
The Old Fire Station, South Street, Bridport 118 138
Bridport's 13th-century Defences: archaeological observations to the rear of 41 and 43 East Street, Bridport 127 59-66
Bonfields Garage, West Street, Bridport 128 130
Gas main replacement, South Street, Bridport 134 157
Bridport Literary and Scientific Institute, 51 East Street, Bridport 137 155
Brief Encounter: the Cerne Abbas Giantess project, summer 1997 119 179-183
Watching briefs with negative results 117 140-141
Watching briefs with negative results 119 177
Watching briefs with negative results 120 121
Watching briefs with negative results 121 161
Watching briefs with negative results 122 175
Watching briefs with negative results 123 131
Watching briefs with negative results 124 128
Watching briefs with negative results 125 169
Watching briefs with negative results 126 193
Recent work of the British Geological Survey in Dorset 114 207-214
St Ives and British Modernism: an exhibition in Dorchester 137 1-6
Aldhelmus episcopus: the making and shiring of the Sherborne bishopric: Saxon, Briton and the Byzantine 134 113-127
Broad Mead, Acton, Worth Matravers 134 161
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
Lyme Regis, 45-46 Broad Street 126 195
Thorncombe, Broadbridge Farm 122 171
Broadmayne Church, Broadmayne 117 123-4
Broadmayne Church, Broadmayne 117 123-4
15 Conway Drive, Broadmayne 123 132
Land at Knighton Lane, Broadmayne 136 77
Building stones of Dorset, part 2: Chideock to Broadwindsor - Middle and Upper Lias 115 133-139
Dorset Dolines: Part 2, Bronkham Hill 113 149-155
A geophysical examination of round barrow cemeteries on the South Dorset Ridgeway (Stage 1 - Bronkham Hill) 130 199-203
A double ring ditched, Bronze Age barrow at Barford Farm, Pamphill 111 31-55
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
Interim report on the excavation of three Bronze Age burial mounds on Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel, SY 40552 92706 133 109-110
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
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 early Bronze Age enclosure at Cowleaze, Winterbourne Steepleton: new data and new interpretations 134 164-174
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye (formerly Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
Neolithic pits and a Bronze Age field system at Middle Farm, Dorchester 126 15-25
Bronze Age finds at Warmwell Quarry, West Knighton 115 158-60
The late Bronze Age gold neckrings from Chickerell 122 145-148
The Bournemouth Hospital Bronze Age hoard 114 253-254
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
A late Bronze Age penannular ring from Gussage All Saints 120 121
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age pits, and a section of Roman road on a pipeline near Lodge Farm, Pamphill, Dorset 111 15-29
Bronze Age pottery from Corfe Common 114 251
The late Bronze Age `Ring Money' from Tarrant Rushton 116 133
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow and Napoleonic signal station at Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel 115 51-62
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow at Binnegar Quarry 132 93-106
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze
Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
The excavation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Hodge Ditch, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 126 27-42
Excavation and survey of Bronze Age sites in the Badbury area 114 47-76
A group of Middle Bronze Age socketed axes from East Dorset 125 144-6
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
An Early Bronze Age timber structure, a Saxon kiln and Saxon and medieval occupation at Coppice Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 129 59-96
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
Two Bronze Figurines of Iron Age date from Dorset 113 186-7
The environmental quality of the Tadnoll Brook (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 127 125-132
Re-introduction of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to the Tadnoll Brook, Dorset 130 9-16
The Kimmeridge Clay of the Darknoll Brook, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset 112 99-103
Brookside Farm, Wimborne Minster 115 162
Gussage St Michael: Brookside horse ménage [manège] (NGR 397385 113005) 130 205
Broom Cliff, Stanton St Gabriel 123 132
Broome Farm, Wynford Eagle 114 250
James Brothers site, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy, Poole 128 129
Helen Brotherton (1914-2009) 132 218-219
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
Philip Browne: The unfortunate Captain Peirce and the wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, 1786 137 273
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
Brownsea Castle evaluation trench 119 160
Brownsea Island: 1 Farm Cottages 119 173
Investigations on the south shore of Brownsea Island by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 272-283
Water voles on Brownsea Island nature reserve 117 176
Brownsea Island, south of South Lodge 131 156
Brownsea Island, south shore, industrial archaeology 127 145-147
An intertidal zone Romano-British site on Brownsea Island 114 89-95
Maryland, Brownsea Island 129 127-138
Bryanston, Bryanston School 120 116
Bryanston School, Blandford 115 160
Bryanston School, Bryanston 133 103-104
Bryanston, Bryanston School 120 116
Blandford Forum, Bryanston School 126 193
Pits and pottery: some evidence for Beaker activity at Bryanston School 137 205-218
Bryanston School, Bryanston 133 103-104
Rare and notable lichen and bryophyte records 1995 117 164-165
Rare and notable lichen and bryophyte records 119 188-190
New BT duct, The Rings, Corfe Castle 128 130-131
Blandford army camp, field B 117 123
The font at Melbury Bubb: an interpretation 111 128-129
Melbury Bubb Manor, Melbury Bubb 137 157-158
Melbury Bubb Manor, Melbury Bubb 137 157-158
Buckland Newton, Church of the Holy Rood 125 163
Buckland Newton sewage works 118 145
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
The two Buckmans, a geological tale 128 1-7
Bucknowle, 1989 111 107
Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle, 1990 112 117-9
The Iron Age and Romano-British site at Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle 113 173-4
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Fossil heteropteran bugs from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset 120 73-75
The Halletts - Organ builders of Kington Magna, Dorset 120 19-24
The Godwin family and William Jones: Lesser-known builders of post-fire Blandford 129 175-177
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building,
1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
A Roman building and mediaeval earthworks near Woodyates Manor 112 119
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle, and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Terminus building development, Hengistbury Head 129 190
Motor Project building, Dorchester 113 175
A Roman building in Gussage St Andrew 112 117
The excavation of a medieval building in Kimmeridge village 124 111-116
The Old Manor, Stratton: building record and excavations, interim notes 132 183
Excavations and building recording at Portland Castle 124 123-124
Romano-British building remains at Shapwick 112 117
The building stones of Dorset: part 1, the western parishes, Upper Greensand Chert and Lower Lias 114 161-168
Building stones of Dorset, part 2: Chideock to Broadwindsor - Middle and Upper Lias 115 133-139
Building stones of Dorset, part 3. Inferior Oolite, Forest Marble, Cornbrash and Corallian Limestone 116 61-70
The building stones of Dorset, part 4: the northern parishes which use Forest Marble and Cornbrash limestones 117 95-100
Plan of Hive Beach, with eroding building, supplement to vol.135 p.237-240 136 185
Observations during building work at 33 Trinity Street, Dorchester 119 175
Excavations of previously unknown buildings in the grounds of St Stephen's Vicarage, Grove, Portland 121 69-75
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 buildings of Shaftesbury Abbey in the mid-sixteenth century 115 1-13
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
Kingston Lacy manorial buildings 112 119-122
Kingston Lacy: medieval manorial buildings 119 161
Milborne St Andrew, Beeches Buildings 125 161
Portland, new Southwell Pre-school building 131 169-170
Preston: Bowleaze Cove Romano-British building 136 88-98
Bull Lane, Poole 118 143
Chilcombe, Bunkers Hill 125 163-4
The eastern defences of the Saxon burh at Christchurch, Dorset: an archaeological evaluation at the King's Arms Hotel 132 127-130
An unusual cat burial from Charmouth 129 181-182
Interim report on the excavation of three Bronze Age burial
mounds on Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel, SY 40552 92706 133 109-110
The excavation of a cremation burial on Little Piddle Down, Piddlehinton 112 129-131
Cist burial, Portland 111 106-7
A 1st-century AD `Durotrigian' inhumation burial with a decorated Iron Age mirror from Portesham, Dorset 118 51-70
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
`Deviant' burials from a late Romano-British cemetery at Little Keep, Dorchester 130 43-61
Burngate Pearce's Quarry, Langton Matravers 129 188
Deposits of colluvium and burnt flint in the Frome valley, Frampton, Dorchester 113 167
A burnt flint site and flint implements from Chettle 113 168
Excavation of ovens and burnt mound at Seatown, Chideock 137 162-163
'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
Burton Bradstock, eroding features on Burton Cliff 131 159
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
Excavation of c. eighteenth-century wall footings at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock 135 237-240
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
Burton Bradstock, eroding features on Burton Cliff 131 159
Burton Pumping Station, near Dorchester 114 233
'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
Clockhouse Copse, Burton 117 124
William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
A temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
Land adjacent to Brickfields Business Park, Gillingham 133 106
A first-century Roman copper-alloy portrait bust from Tarrant Rushton 137 167-172
Butterflies in Purbeck 112 157
Butterfly report 1995 and 1996 118 177-178
Butterfly report 1997 119 196-198
Butterfly report 1998 120 128
Butterfly report 1999 121 169-173
Butterfly report 2001 124 140-144
Butterfly report 2002 124 144-147
Butterfly report 2003 125 181-4
Butterfly report 2004 126 204-208
Butterfly Report 2005 127 170-174
Butterfly report 2006 128 148-154
Butterfly report 2007 129 227-233
Butterfly report 2010-2011 133 130-135
Butterfly report 2014-5 137 275-279
Butterfly report 122 184
Butterfly report 131 175-183
Butterfly report 134 256-259
Butterfly survey 135 345-349
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass - interim note 119 163-4
West Stafford Bypass evaluation 113 168
West Stafford Bypass excavation: interim note 113 168
West Stafford bypass, observation and recording 114 248
C13 improvement and Melbury Abbas bypass scheme 116 120
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake bypass
(SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
Aldhelmus episcopus: the making and shiring of the Sherborne bishopric: Saxon, Briton and the Byzantine 134 113-127

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