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Dorchester, C12 Loders to Sun Inn footway/ cycleway 125 164
C13 improvement and Melbury Abbas bypass scheme 116 120
11KV cable replacement, Big Wood/ Valley of the Stones, Dorchester 118 146
11KV cable replacement, Wool 118 150
Maiden Newton 11KV cable replacement 118 148
Bere Regis: cable trench at Woodbury Hill (NGR 385665 094765) 130 205
11KV cable trench, Ranston 118 149
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Calcite blocks near Winterbourne Stickland, Dorset 115 184-185
Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book 1625-1638: a calendar, ed. Terry Hearing and Sarah Bridges 128 199
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Winterborne Came and Piddletrenthide parish churches 111 114
Winterborne Came Rectory: the home of William Barnes 123 1-6
How the Newburghs of Lulworth came to own Sutton Poyntz 135 46-55
Caught on camera: five Dorset prisoners in Victorian England 134 24-37
Decorated floor-tile from Winterborne Came 112 123
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
Blandford Camp, Blandford Forum 129 189
Wareham, Camp Farm, Sandford 125 163
Blandford army camp, field A 117 123
Blandford army camp, field B 117 123
Lulworth Camp gunnery school, Lulworth 117 137
Blandford Camp, Tarrant Launceston 116 132
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
Lulworth Camp. West Lulworth 116 120
Blandford Camp 115 147
New link road, Bovington Camp 129 189
Stratton House campus, Dorchester 133 105-106
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Canford Heath Middle School, Poole 113 185
Poole, Canford Heath 131 170
The Canford Magna golf course project, 1993-1994 118 35-50
The Rectory, Canford Magna 113 181
Canford School, Canford Magna 116 119
Knighton Farm, Canford Magna 116 119
Canford School, Canford Magna 116 119
The church of St Rumbold, Cann, Shaftesbury, Dorset 112 33-42
A cannon from the sea `off Purbeck' 123 112
Ryall pipeline, Whitchurch Canonicorum 111 111
Abbotts Wooton, Whitchurch Canonicorum 116 120
Proposed site of new Parish Room, Whitchurch Canonicorum 117 127
Southwest Dorset hedges (3): a survey of the National Trust's Golden Cap
Estate north of Muddyford Lane, Stanton St Gabriel's 129 261-268
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
Southwest Dorset Hedges (2) - a survey of the National Trust's Golden Cap Estate 127 111-123
New water supply, National Trust Golden Cap estate 127 153
Excavations at Thorncombe Beacon, Doghouse Hill and Golden Cap on the Golden Cap Estate, West Dorset 134 205-247
Interim report on the excavation of three Bronze Age burial mounds on Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel, SY 40552 92706 133 109-110
Excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow and Napoleonic signal station at Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel 115 51-62
Philip Browne: The unfortunate Captain Peirce and the wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, 1786 137 273
The 1830 `Captain Swing' riots in Dorset - an eye-witness account 124 21-34
Excavation of a round barrow, Golden Cap 114 240
Swannery car park, Abbotsbury 115 160
Kimmeridge Bay, upper car park and quayside 131 156-157
Dorchester, WDDC car park, Colliton Street 122 173
Dorchester, Members' car park, County Hall 122 162
Dorchester, Top o'Town Car Park CSO 125 166
Middle Fairfield car park, Dorchester, SY 69000 90120 131 160-161
Trinity Street car park, Dorchester 113 174-5
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Dorchester, Charles St car park, SY 6935 9050 130 207
Rempstone Centre car park, Wareham 114 248
Pound Lane car park, Wareham 133 111
Weymouth, Guildhall car park 122 172
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
New car port, 9 North St, Charminster 129 189-190
Portland, care and custody unit, HM YOI 125 167
Christchurch, new residential care home, Jumpers Road 127 151
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part I, the carnivorous dinosaurs (Saurischia, Theropoda) 130 133-147
Carolingian mount from Wareham 113 184
Alan Paul Carr 1930-2000 123 153
A Dorset carrier in the eighteenth century 115 29-32
Discovery of an 18th-century sailing vessel carrying Portland Stone 128 187
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
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
'A Shocking Case!' Bigamy and Bastardy in Dorchester, 1729-1730 127 133-134
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case
of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
Dorchester, 64 Casterbridge Road 125 164
Dorchester, Icen Way depot to Casterbridge Trading Estate replacement gas main 131 158
Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle, 1990 112 117-9
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1991, interim report 113 175
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1992 114 238-9
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1993 115 151-2
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1994 116 123
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1995 117 128
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1996 118 138-9
Corfe Castle, Abbots Cottages, East Street 120 116
Wytch Farm oilfield, infield flowlines, Corfe Castle and Arne 111 111
A group of early 13th-century pottery from Sherborne Old Castle and its wider context 125 71-82
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle,
and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric consolidation work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
Portland Castle, Castletown, Portland 134 159
Wareham, Castle Close 121 152
Stone artefacts recorded from Knitson Farm, Corfe Castle, Dorset in 1999 127 135-138
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Corfe Castle, evaluation excavation in the West Bailey 136 78-79
Brownsea Castle evaluation trench 119 160
Corfe Castle excavations 1989: interim report 111 114
Corfe Castle excavations 1990: interim report 112 125
New footbridge, Sandsfoot Castle gardens, Weymouth 129 192
Highcliffe Castle, Highcliffe, Christchurch 137 156
The Castle Inn, Chideock 118 146
Corfe Castle, inner ward, interim report 1997 119 164-5
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 18 West Street 126 180
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 58 West Street 125 157
Lambert's Castle, Marshwood, West Dorset 112 115
Land by Castle Park, Dorchester 136 79
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 120 110
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 121 151
Evaluation at Maiden Castle School, Dorchester 114 233-4
Sturminster Newton castle, Sturminster Newton, ST 78419 13488 130 207
Sturminster Newton Castle, Sturminster Newton 114 249
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
Corfe Castle, The Rings 126 194
Corfe Castle, Uvedales House 126 179-180
Sandsfoot Castle, Weymouth 133 113-114
Badger sett remedial work, Maiden Castle, Winterborne St Martin 128 132
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye (formerly Castleford)
School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
The Iron Age and Romano-British site at Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle 113 173-4
Norden, Corfe Castle 114 233
New Norden mine, Corfe Castle 114 247
Halves Cottages, Corfe Castle 115 161
52 West Street, Corfe Castle 116 129
84-90 East Street, Corfe Castle 117 124
84-90 East Street, Corfe Castle 117 136
A group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
A Civil War pot from Corfe Castle 118 150-1
Christchurch: Highcliffe Castle 119 160
Interim report of excavation at West Mill, Corfe Castle 119 165
West Mill, Corfe Castle 120 63-67
Purbeck mortars from 65 East Street, Corfe Castle 121 133-134
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
Excavations and building recording at Portland Castle 124 123-124
Portland, Pennsylvania Castle 125 168
Swanage, Durlston Country Park and Castle 126 192
New BT duct, The Rings, Corfe Castle 128 130-131
Norden Farm, Corfe Castle 129 187
An Anglo-Saxon felon at Maiden Castle? 130 213-215
Ower, Corfe Castle 133 104-105
A trackway landscape from Wareham to Corfe Castle 134 191-194
Uvedales House, Corfe Castle 137 163
Late Palaeolithic site, Castletown, Portland, Dorset 125 13-21
Portland Castle, Castletown, Portland 134 159
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
An unusual cat burial from Charmouth 129 181-182
Catherine Ouless (1879-1961) 130 273-276
St Catherine's Hill, Christchurch 113 183
Forston Water Treatment Works (WTW) to St Catherine's Reservoir, Forston, Charminster 136 77
St Peter's Catholic School, Bournemouth 137 155
Thomas Weld's chapel - a perspective on Catholicism in Dorset 120 98-100
Weevils of the genus Cathormiocerus in Dorset (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) 115 196-197
Puddletown, Catmead, Mill Street 126 181
Cattistock, land at South Drive 131 158
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building, 1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
Feeding habits of Caturus and new evidence of coleoid distribution from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 115 179-181
Caught on camera: five Dorset prisoners in Victorian England 134 24-37
Purse Caundle, The Mead 120 118
The Sherborne Riots of 1831: Causes, Characters and Consequences 127 21-30
The Village Hall, The Causeway, Milborne St Andrew 133 107
Tarrant Launceston 15: another Neolithic causwayed enclosure? 131 161-164
David Leadbetter CB (1908-2003) 126 231
Cecil John Bailey FSA (1914-2004) 127 195-197
A meeting to celebrate some local heroes of Dorset geology 129 139-145
Court House cellar, 6 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
The Celtic place name "Loders" 119 183
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
A geophysical examination of round barrow cemeteries on the South Dorset Ridgeway (Stage 1 - Bronkham Hill) 130 199-203
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
Dorchester, new cemetery and sports centre, Poundbury 125 157-9
`Deviant' burials from a late Romano-British cemetery at Little Keep, Dorchester 130 43-61
Dorchester: proposed sports centre and cemetery, Poundbury 119 160
Bradford Peverell inhumation cemetery 111 110-1
Chaldon Herring cemetery 120 102
The Marriage Duty Act censuses for Lyme Regis 1695-1703 125 1-11
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows of central
Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
Central Park restaurant, Poole 115 161
Dorset History Centre (?acquisitions) 136 81
Dorchester: proposed sports centre and cemetery, Poundbury 119 160
Hengistbury Head visitor centre, Bournemouth 134 157
Rempstone Centre car park, Wareham 114 248
Extension to the Leisure Centre, Coburg Road, Dorchester 117 124
Dorchester, town centre ducting project 127 152
Scout and Guide Centre, East Walls, Wareham, SY 9265 8756 131 155
Dorchester, new cemetery and sports centre, Poundbury 125 157-9
Redlands Sports Centre, Weymouth 133 113
Gas Main, Winfrith Technology Centre, Wool 134 161
Dorchester and the early shire centres of Wessex 134 106-112
Dorchester, Colliton Street youth centre 120 102-3
Cranborne Ancient Technology Centre 122 161-2
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 122 165
Kimmeridge Bay, new Marine Centre 122 168-9
Bournemouth, The Hampshire Centre 123 124
The excavation of 12th-13th century deposits at Howard's Lane, Wareham 117 81-90
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
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
Excavation near a 17th century kiln at Horton, Dorset 111 71-85
Excavation of the 17th century kiln at Horton, Dorset 112 23-32
17th century kiln at Horton 111 118
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
A ninth century mount from Bowleaze Cove, Weymouth 113 184
Weymouth over the long eighteenth century: urban renaissance, or new leisure town? 129 49-58
Parish life in Dorset during the early 17th century 114 9-12
The buildings of Shaftesbury Abbey in the mid-sixteenth century 115 1-13
The rural parish church in Dorset in the eighteenth century 115 21-28
A Dorset carrier in the eighteenth century 115 29-32
Poole shipping in the eighteenth century 116 21-25
The topography of Dorchester in the fifteenth century 117 21-50
The Downland Parish - Gussage All Saints in the 17th century 119 1-18
Watercress in Dorset: a growth industry in the 20th century 127 31-36
Disease and death in Dorset prisons in the eighteenth century 131 29-33
Sir Claude Scott and the development of Lytchett Minster in the nineteenth century 135 33-45
The Dorset Hundreds from the early nineteenth century 136 68-76
Fossil cephalopod jaws from the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of South Somerset 133 117-125
Excavations of a prehistoric ceremonial complex at Ogden Down, Gussage St Michael 114 240-244
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
Cerne Abbas, The Old Forge 124 127
A hedge survey in the parish of Cerne Abbas 123 114
A lead pendant from Cerne Abbas 133 73-74
New Inn, Long Street, Cerne Abbas 134 157
A jadeite axe blade from Nether Cerne, Dorset 126 174-175
Nether Cerne, East Hill 123 129
June Betteridge Johnstone, Cert Arch, 1924-1998 120 143-144
Taphonomic distortion of cervical vertebrae of a specimen of Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) from the Lower Lias of Charmouth 125 105-108
A temporary exposure of Oxford Clay at Chafey's Lake, near Weymouth, Dorset 123 51-68
Chickerell, Chafey's Lake 122 166
Excavations at the parish church of All Saints, Chalbury, Dorset 1989 112 43-50
Chalbury, Parish Church of All Saints 126 194
Late Iron Age and Romano-British sites located on the Chalbury to Osmington water main 114 254-258
Horton: Horton and Chalbury village hall (NGR 403229 107510) 130 205
Black Barn Farm, Chalbury 112 122
Chaldon Herring cemetery 120 102
Chaldon Herring exploratory drill site 119 160
The Warren, Chaldon Herring 117 136
On the edge of the chalk: An Iron Age settlement at Grimstone Reservoir, Dorchester, Dorset 137 232-263
Dorset Dolines: part 3, Eocene pockets and gravel pipes in the Chalk of St Oswald's Bay 117 109-116
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
Economic change in late medieval Dorset: an analysis of evidence from the Lay Subsidies 134 68-82
Some effects of habitat change on the Dorset flora 111 99-104
Nail Fungus Poronia punctata in Dorset, 1999 to 2005: population changes and ecological observations 127 95-99
Chesil Beach, changes in crest height 1969-1990 112 109-112
Recent discoveries on the Swash Channel wreck site 131 207-209
West Bay and Swash Channel wrecks 128 186
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building, 1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
The Chantry, Bridport, a medieval lighthouse or sea mark? 129 269-271
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
A medieval site in Gillingham, Dorset: further excavations at Chantry Fields 1999 123 23-49
Excavations at the Waitrose supermarket site, Chantry Fields, Gillingham, Dorset 1991-2 114 127-144
Chantry Fields, Gillingham 117 137
Thomas Weld's chapel - a perspective on Catholicism in Dorset 120 98-100
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
St Aldhelm and the chapel at Worth Matravers 126 148-157
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Chapelhay Gardens, Weymouth 135 202
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building, 1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
Bournemouth Natural Science Society: The natural history of Bournemouth and the surrounding area, edited by R. Chapman 133 177-178
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
The Sherborne Riots of 1831: Causes, Characters and Consequences 127 21-30
Miller's Farm, Charborough 129 189
The excavation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Hodge Ditch, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 126 27-42
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Thorncombe, Chard Junction Quarry 123 131
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 120 115
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 122 171-2
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 122 172
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
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
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Michael Charles Matthews (1919-2004) 127 201-202
Dorchester, Charles St car park, SY 6935 9050 130 207
Charles Street, Dorchester, Wessex Court development 111 107-9
The development of properties inside the southern defences of Roman Durnovaria: an excavation at Charles Street, Dorchester 136 162-184
Excavations at Charles Street (Wessex Court), Dorchester: interim note on Stage 2, October-December 1990 112 115-7
Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Charminster 135 198
Later prehistoric settlement at Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Dorset 137 264-270
A section of Combs Ditch, Charlton Marshall 113 170-172
Dairy Farm, Charlton Marshall 117 124
`Volendam', Church Lane, Charlton Marshall 118 145
Charminster, 1 West Hill 122 173
Charminster Bridge, Charminster 137 155
Charminster, Forston Field Bottom 126 195-196
Charminster, land adjacent to village hall 120 102
West View filling station, Charminster Road, Bournemouth 115 147
Forston WTW, Charminster, SY 66690 94947, period: Roman, Late Iron Age 130 208
Charminster, Wanchard Lane 124 125
New car port, 9 North St, Charminster 129 189-190
New cottage, 9B North St, Charminster 129 190
Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Charminster 135 198
Forston Water Treatment Works (WTW) to St Catherine's Reservoir, Forston, Charminster 136 77
Forston Water Treatment Works, Forston, Charminster 137 155-156
Charminster Bridge, Charminster 137 155
Charmouth, Backlands Farm 125 163
Charmouth, Charmouth House Hotel 126 193
A juvenile speciment of ?Plesiosaurus sp. from the Lias (Lower Jurassic, Pliensbachian) near Charmouth, Dorset, England 116 71-76
Charmouth, Charmouth House Hotel 126 193
Fossil cephalopod jaws from the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of South Somerset 133 117-125
Morcombelake to Charmouth, Stonebarrow Hill 133 107
Charmouth, The Old Fire Station 125 163
Nutcombe Terrace, Charmouth 114 233
Monastic urban speculation: the Cistercians and medieval Charmouth 121 17-21
Hitherto unnoticed tree remains from the submerged forests at Bournemouth and Charmouth 122 125-127
Notes on a specimen of the plesiosaur Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) from the Lower Lias of Charmouth 125 101-104
Taphonomic distortion of cervical vertebrae of a specimen of Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) from the Lower Lias of Charmouth 125 105-108
An unusual cat burial from Charmouth 129 181-182
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
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
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase
and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Palaeoenvironmental and archaeological investigations on Wyke Down and in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England 122 53-71
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
A note on reconstructing the prehistoric landscape environment in Cranborne Chase; the Allen valley 120 39-44
Sherborne, 39 Cheap Street 126 191
A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Beds of Dorset 114 175-179
Checklist of Tertiary insects from Dorset 116 145-146
Chelwood, Hooke 115 153
Litton Cheney, West Compton-A(1) well site 125 160-1
Human remains from Manor Farm Cottages, Litton Cheney 116 131
A dove of peace from Litton Cheney 121 134-135
Deverel-Rimbury pottery from Litton Cheney 125 142-4
St Mary's Church, Litton Cheney 133 107
Land at Barges Close, Litton Cheney 137 157
Worked Portland chert and flint from Tidmoor Point 111 105
The building stones of Dorset: part 1, the western parishes, Upper Greensand Chert and Lower Lias 114 161-168
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, Swanage, Dorset 128 139-141
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217
Air photographic evidence for settlements at Chescombe, Winterborne Whitechurch 117 147-149
Cheselbourne, Meadows View 125 163
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
A Hanseatic flagon from Chesil Bay 114 250-1
Mammals of Chesil Beach and the Fleet 134 38-42
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
Witchampton chess pieces 136 153-156
Chettle House 121 153-4
A burnt flint site and flint implements from Chettle 113 168
The Merley Youth Club site, Chichester Walk, Merley 117 125
Chickerell, Chafey's Lake 122 166
Chickerell, land at Lower Putton Lane 126 188
Curtis Fields, land south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 136 83-84
Curtis Fields, land to the south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 137 160
Land to the south of Chickerell Road, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 135 202
Weymouth, land at 12 Putton Lane, Chickerell, SY 6500 8029 130 208
Chickerell, Weymouth 115 150
Coldharbour, Chickerell 118 145-6
The late Bronze Age gold neckrings from Chickerell 122 145-148
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
St Mary's Church, Chickerell 133 104
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock
and Morcombelake bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
April 26, Filcombe Wood (Chideock) and St Gabriel's Wood (St Gabriel's) 136 189-190
Chideock, Doghouse Hill, excavation of prehistoric occupation evidence and record of newly identified pillow mounds 131 164-166
Chideock, Seatown 120 116
Chideock: site of a 13th-century manor house 122 159-60
Building stones of Dorset, part 2: Chideock to Broadwindsor - Middle and Upper Lias 115 133-139
The Castle Inn, Chideock 118 146
Excavation of ovens and burnt mound at Seatown, Chideock 137 162-163
Chilcombe, Bunkers Hill 125 163-4
St Nicholas Church, Child Okeford, ST 83500 12700, multi-period 130 207
Badger sett remedial work, Hambledon Hill, Child Okeford 128 130
Wives and Daughters: Women and Children in the Georgian House, by Joanna Martin 126 233
Child's Garage, Sherborne 118 136
Durley Chine, Bournemouth 115 160-1
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae:
Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
Weymouth's choice: Pulteney or bankruptcy? 119 33-40
The Revd Henry Moule, cholera and Fordington 1854 131 35-37
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
Christchurch, 49 Fitzmaurice Road 126 194
Christchurch Court, The Grove, Dorchester 134 158
The eastern defences of the Saxon burh at Christchurch, Dorset: an archaeological evaluation at the King's Arms Hotel 132 127-130
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
Christchurch, Druitt Gardens 131 169
Christchurch: Highcliffe Castle 119 160
Christchurch, Millhams Street 122 166
Christchurch, new residential care home, Jumpers Road 127 151
Christchurch, Paradise Walk 131 170
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
Christchurch's Port Mill rediscovered 134 200-202
Parley Court Farm near Christchurch 112 128
Twynham School, Christchurch 113 181-3
14 Wick Lane, Christchurch 113 181
St Catherine's Hill, Christchurch 113 183
Knapp Mill Avenue, Christchurch 114 233
43/ 45 High Street, Christchurch 117 124
Bridge Street Island, Christchurch 117 124
Quay Cottage, 6 Quay Road, Christchurch 117 136
Church Hatch, 13 Church Street, Christchurch 133 104
2 Wick Lane, Christchurch 135 198
Former Royal Mail sorting office, Wick Lane, Christchurch 136 78
Observations at Church Street, Christchurch 136 99-101
Highcliffe Castle, Highcliffe, Christchurch 137 156
Roeshot Hill, Christchurch 137 156
Christmas Close, Wareham 116 120
The Poets' Christmas Eve: mythology into verse 135 56-61
The Bells and Belfries of Dorset, by Christopher Dalton 129 277-278
Christopher Gladstone Russell Riby Williams, 1921-1997 119 215-216
Christopher Noël Goodman (1904-2002) 126 228-229
John Christopher Wagner, 1923-2000 122 197
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
Matthew Chubb of Dorchester: rapacious moneylender and benevolent philanthropist 112 1-4
Early 16th-century Sculptures on the Tower of St Mary's Church, Beaminster, Dorset 127 138-141
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
Broadmayne Church, Broadmayne 117 123-4
St Mary's Church, Chickerell 133 104
St Nicholas Church, Child Okeford, ST 83500 12700, multi-period 130 207
Church Close, Fontmell Magna 116 130
An uncatalogued A. L. Moore and Son stained-glass window: the east window of St Peter's Church, Dorchester 137 18-22
Land at Church Farm, Okeford Fitzpaine 133 107
Iwerne Courtney or Shroton, Church Field 122 168
St Mary's Church, Glanvilles Wooton 133 106
Church Hatch, 13 Church Street, Christchurch 133 104
Excavations at Church House, Wimborne Minster 113 183
The rural parish church in Dorset in the eighteenth century 115 21-28
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
Church Knowle reservoir, SY 93062 82081 131 161
Possible barrow at Church Knowle 111 105
An old road at Bare Cross, Church Knowle 128 95-100
Water main replacement, Barnston crossroads, Church Knowle 129 190
`Volendam', Church Lane, Charlton Marshall 118 145
1 Church Lane, Lower Blandford St Mary 113 185
Church Lane, Sutton Waldron 116 131
Plot 1, Church Lane, Sutton Waldron 117 126
St Mary's Church, Litton Cheney 133 107
Evaluation of St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers 114 234
Toller Porcorum: Church Mead 119 163
Excavations at the parish church of All Saints, Chalbury, Dorset 1989 112 43-50
Chalbury, Parish Church of All Saints 126 194
Church of St Andrew, West Stafford 137 160
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
East Stoke, old Church of St Mary, Stoke 126 181
Bridport, Church of St Mary 121 151
Swanage, parish church of St Mary 127 153
East Stoke: The Old Church of St Mary 130 31-41
East Stoke, old church of St Mary 131 168
East Stoke: the archaeology of the Old Church of St Mary 132 121-125
The Romanesque church of St Nicholas, Studland (Dorset) 121 1-16
Church of St Peter, Pimperne 129 188
The church of St Rumbold, Cann, Shaftesbury, Dorset 112 33-42
Church of The Holy Rood, Wool 134 161
Buckland Newton, Church of the Holy Rood 125 163
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
Evangelical and Low Church: Some later-nineteenth-century Dorchester rectors 134 128-142
Church Hatch, 13 Church Street, Christchurch 133 104
Observations at Church Street, Christchurch 136 99-101
Cross Farm, Church Street, Yetminster 135 203
Land adjacent to St Nicholas' Church, Studland 133 111
St Nicholas Church, Sydling St Nicholas 128 130
New French drain, St Nicholas Church, Sydling St Nicholas 129 191
St Mary's Church, Tarrant Crawford 117 126
The inscribed stones in Lady St Mary church, Wareham 114 260
Lady St Mary Church, Wareham 133 115
New foul drain, All Saints' Church, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 128 132
Three Dorset churches: early Tractarian architecture in West Dorset 132 45-54
Winterborne Came and Piddletrenthide parish churches 111 114
Churchill Close, Sturminster Marshall 115 150
Iwerne Minster, 1 Churchill, SY 8680 1446 116 130
Pulham Church 120 113
Shapwick, St Bartholomew's Church 122 170
Bradpole, Holy Trinity Church 125 163
The bell of Bothenhampton: the travails of a 17th-century churchwarden 114 268-269
Investigations on the Studland Circles by the Dorset Alum and Copperas Industries Project 135 297-310
Exploring the landscape setting of the stone circles of West Dorset 132 81-91
Knowlton Circles, palaeoenvironmental assessment 116 119
A circular earthwork at Nyland, Kington Magna, Dorset 115 162-4
Cist burial, Portland 111 106-7
Monastic urban speculation: the Cistercians and medieval Charmouth 121 17-21
Ancient, civil and ecclesiastical parishes in Dorset 137 34-45
A Civil War pot from Corfe Castle 118 150-1
Mabel St Clair Stobart 1862-1954: The Lady of the Black Horse 135 1-19
Joan Clairmont Walton 112 169-170
Clandon Farm, Winterborne St Martin (Martinstown) 137 161
Dorchester's classroom wars: the struggle for educational reform, 1840-1880 134 143-156
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
Sir Claude Scott and the development of Lytchett Minster in the nineteenth century 135 33-45
John Clavell Mansel-Pleydell, 1817-1902 127 1-12
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds (Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
A temporary exposure of Oxford Clay at Chafey's Lake, near Weymouth, Dorset 123 51-68
Oxford Clay at Pottery Lane, Westham, near Weymouth 122 178
Important recently collected dinosaurian remains from the Lower Kimmeridge Clay at Weymouth 115 177-178
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
The Steve Etches collection of Kimmeridge Clay fossils: a Jurassic jewel on the Jurassic Coast 135 160-164
Kulindrichnus: a hitherto unrecorded trace fossil from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridge, Dorset 115 182
Ammonite assemblages of the upper Oxford Clay (mariae zone) near Weymouth, Dorset 121 77-100
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point, Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
The rediscovery of Creniceras renggeri (Oppel) in the Upper Oxford Clay near Weymouth 117 153-154
Feeding habits of Caturus and new evidence of coleoid distribution from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 115 179-181
The trace fossil Kulindrichnus sp. from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 127 155-155
The Kimmeridge Clay of the Darknoll Brook, Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset 112 99-103
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula, Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
Broom Cliff, Stanton St Gabriel 123 132
Dinosaur vertebra from Watton Cliff 116 152
Burton Bradstock, eroding features on Burton Cliff 131 159
Clockhouse Copse, Burton 117 124
Land at Ladymead Close, Easton, Portland 128 131
Church Close, Fontmell Magna 116 130
Poole, Blandford Close, Hamworthy 125 167
Land at Barges Close, Litton Cheney 137 157
Sherborne Abbey Close (pathway), Sherborne, ST 63806 16474 131 161
Churchill Close, Sturminster Marshall 115 150
Christmas Close, Wareham 116 120
Poole, 7 Market Close 120 118
Wareham, Castle Close 121 152
Puddletown, Sherring's Green Close 122 170
Puddletown, Sherring's Green Close 125 161
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
The Merley Youth Club site, Chichester Walk, Merley 117 125
Dorchester, Physiques and Shapes Health Club, The Grove 125 164
The Weevils (Insecta: Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Dorset coast
and their conservation (Mansel-Pleydell prize 2003) 126 85-109
Of Salt and the Dorset Coast at Lyme 127 45-51
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
The coastal defences of Lyme Regis: recent archaeological investigations 128 79-86
Photography as a tool for monitoring coastal geological sites 128 189-193
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
Freshwater macroinvertebrate communities of coastal streams in Dorset 125 131-139
Coastguard Cottages, Lulworth Cove 118 147
Coastguard Hut, Kimmeridge Bay 137 157
Historic environment survey from the Dorset coast 126 145-148
The wreck of the MSC Napoli and its effect on the Dorset coast 128 187-189
Medieval seamarks around the Dorset coast 130 265-268
Naval signal stations on the Dorset coast 133 17-25
The Steve Etches collection of Kimmeridge Clay fossils: a Jurassic jewel on the Jurassic Coast 135 160-164
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds (Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
The Cobb, Lyme Regis 137 157
Excavations of Coburg Road and Weymouth Road, Fordington, Dorchester, Dorset 1988-9 114 19-45
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas Hardye (formerly Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
Extension to the Leisure Centre, Coburg Road, Dorchester 117 124
Dorchester Middle School, Coburg Road 120 110-1
Coffee house culture in seventeenth-century Lyme Regis 133 27-32
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Roman coin from the sea off Lulworth Cove 124 129
A Roman coin from Wareham Lady St Mary 111 107
Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 111 107
The archaeological context of the Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 133 67-68
A late Roman coin hoard from the County Hospital site, Dorchester 128 61-67
Coins and miscellaneous objects from Goldfields Farm, Farnham, near Blandford 118 151-2
Durotrigian coins from Winterborne Monkton and Durweston 111 106
Stinsford, Dorchester showground, Coker's Frome 122 174
Cold Harbour first time sewerage, Bere Road, Wareham 136 83
A temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour
Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
Coldharbour, Chickerell 118 145-6
Milborne St Andrew: Coldstream Dairy 119 161
Feeding habits of Caturus and new evidence of coleoid distribution from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 115 179-181
Weevils of the genus Cathormiocerus in Dorset (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) 115 196-197
The Weevils (Insecta: Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Dorset coast and their conservation (Mansel-Pleydell prize 2003) 126 85-109
Fossil beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset - a preliminary report 121 107-112
Important recently collected dinosaurian remains from the Lower Kimmeridge Clay at Weymouth 115 177-178
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
The Steve Etches collection of Kimmeridge Clay fossils: a Jurassic jewel on the Jurassic Coast 135 160-164
Henry Durden and his collection 114 151-160
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
Collin Bowen (1919-2011) 134 275-276
Wyke Regis, 2 Collins Lane 125 170
Dorchester, Colliton Park 122 166
Dorchester, Colliton Park 123 128
Bennetts Court, Colliton Street, Dorchester 137 156
Dorchester, Colliton Street youth centre 120 102-3
Dorchester: Colliton Street 119 173
Dorchester, WDDC car park, Colliton Street 122 173
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
Deposits of colluvium and burnt flint in the Frome valley, Frampton, Dorchester 113 167
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
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
A section of Combs Ditch, Charlton Marshall 113 170-172
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
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
The Quayside, Commercial Road, Weymouth 117 127
Two new prehistoric sites on Sopley Common, Hurn 111 105
Kinson Common, Kinson, Bournemouth 133 103
The Romano-British settlement, Common Mead Land, Gillingham, Dorset 111 57-70
Gillingham, Common Mead Lane 125 160
Rushmore Park Golf Course, Woodcutts Common, Sixpenny Handley 118 149
Horseshoes pumping station, Gaunts Common, SU 02600 06200 131 161
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
Bronze Age pottery from Corfe Common 114 251
West Parley, Poor Common 120 107
Freshwater macroinvertebrate communities of coastal streams in Dorset 125 131-139
Bridport Community Hospital, Allington 115 147
The lost community of Gore Fields 137 46-56
Dorchester, Poundbury community woodland 120 103-4
A comparison of the verge flora of a section of the Arne Road, Wareham, Dorset 127 101-110
Excavations of a prehistoric ceremonial complex at Ogden Down, Gussage St Michael 114 240-244
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
'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
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
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
Excavations in the parish of Compton Valence 113 173
West Compton, well site 125 169
Litton Cheney, West Compton-A(1) well site 125 160-1
Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 111 107
The archaeological context of the Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 133 67-68
Making Georgian Faces: concept to curation 133 9-15
Observations concerning the ecology of Nail Fungus Poronia punctata, recently rediscovered in Dorset 121 129-132
Conchostracans from the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 234-236
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
Manorial stewards and the conduct of manorial affairs 115 15-19
Sherborne, The Conduit, Market Place 126 195
Traverse board from the sailing ship Systrarne and the Swedish connection 126 141-144
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Dr Edward Jenner and vaccination: a Dorset connection? 131 27-28
On the Origin of Species: a Dorset connection 132 39-43
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm, Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
Chantmarle, Cattistock: Sir John Strode's account of his building, 1612 to 1623, and the consecration of his oratory or chapel 133 37-41
Severe drought and exceptional summer flooding: consequences for the South Winterborne macroinvertebrates 135 165-166
The Sherborne Riots of 1831: Causes, Characters and Consequences 127 21-30
The Weevils (Insecta: Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Dorset coast and their conservation (Mansel-Pleydell prize 2003) 126 85-109
Unimproved neutral grassland in Dorset: survey and conservation 113 161-165
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric consolidation
work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
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
Lower Constitution Hill, Poole 114 237
Petitions for constructing and reforming Dorset houses of correction c. 1625-39 131 39-44
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
A Sherborne bone of contention 118 31-34
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
The archaeological context of the Roman coin hoard from Nether Compton 133 67-68
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
Ecclesiology in context 122 27-43
A group of early 13th-century pottery from Sherborne Old Castle and its wider context 125 71-82
Review articles and other contributions on the geology of Dorset in volume 130 130 233
Sherborne, St Anthony's Convent 120 119
15 Conway Drive, Broadmayne 123 132
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas at Coombe
Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
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
Greenhill Barton, Coombe Valley Road, Bincombe 128 130
Portland, Perryfield and Coombefield Quarries 122 169-70
Portland, Coombefield Quarry, Southwell 120 118
Portland, Coombefield Quarry 127 153
An item of Roman coopered furniture from Dorchester 123 117
Verwood, Cooper's Lane 120 107
Dorchester, Cooper's Wholesale, The Grove 125 164
A first-century Roman copper-alloy portrait bust from Tarrant Rushton 137 167-172
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
An Early Bronze Age timber structure, a Saxon kiln and Saxon and medieval occupation at Coppice Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 129 59-96
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
Sixpenny Handley, Humby's Stock Coppice 131 169
Clockhouse Copse, Burton 117 124
Abbot's Street Copse, Pamphill, Wimborne 118 137
Pamphill, Abbott Street Copse 120 112
Building stones of Dorset, part 3. Inferior Oolite, Forest Marble, Cornbrash and Corallian Limestone 116 61-70
The Royal Naval cordite factory at Holton Heath 133 166-170
Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle, 1990 112 117-9
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1991, interim report 113 175
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1992 114 238-9
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1993 115 151-2
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1994 116 123
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1995 117 128
Excavations at Corfe Castle 1996 118 138-9
Corfe Castle, Abbots Cottages, East Street 120 116
Wytch Farm oilfield, infield flowlines, Corfe Castle and Arne 111 111
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe
Castle, and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
Corfe Castle, archaeological recording during historic fabric consolidation work; the keep, gloriette, south-west gatehouse and outer gatehouse 131 166-167
Stone artefacts recorded from Knitson Farm, Corfe Castle, Dorset in 1999 127 135-138
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Corfe Castle, evaluation excavation in the West Bailey 136 78-79
Corfe Castle excavations 1989: interim report 111 114
Corfe Castle excavations 1990: interim report 112 125
Corfe Castle, inner ward, interim report 1997 119 164-5
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 18 West Street 126 180
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 58 West Street 125 157
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 120 110
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 121 151
Corfe Castle, The Rings 126 194
Corfe Castle, Uvedales House 126 179-180
The Iron Age and Romano-British site at Bucknowle Farm, Corfe Castle 113 173-4
Norden, Corfe Castle 114 233
New Norden mine, Corfe Castle 114 247
Halves Cottages, Corfe Castle 115 161
52 West Street, Corfe Castle 116 129
84-90 East Street, Corfe Castle 117 124
84-90 East Street, Corfe Castle 117 136
A group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
A Civil War pot from Corfe Castle 118 150-1
Interim report of excavation at West Mill, Corfe Castle 119 165
West Mill, Corfe Castle 120 63-67
Purbeck mortars from 65 East Street, Corfe Castle 121 133-134
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
New BT duct, The Rings, Corfe Castle 128 130-131
Norden Farm, Corfe Castle 129 187
Ower, Corfe Castle 133 104-105
A trackway landscape from Wareham to Corfe Castle 134 191-194
Uvedales House, Corfe Castle 137 163
Bronze Age pottery from Corfe Common 114 251
Corfe Hills Roman road, Poole 136 81
Corfe Mullen, High Park Road 122 173
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 1 116 129
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 2 116 129
Corfe Mullen 117 136
Re-investigations of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology and deposits at Corfe Mullen 130 195-198
Wytch Farm, Corfe 129 187
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
Winterborne Steepleton, Smitten Corner, Black Down 125 170
Corner plot, Bradford Peverell 116 129
Hardye's Jewellers, Cornhill, Dorchester 128 131
Former Cornick's jam factory, Bridport 116 129
The Duchy of Cornwall and the expansion of Dorchester, c. 1900-1997 119 19-32
The agricultural depression in Dorset c. 1870-1900 and the Duchy of Cornwall 117 1-4
Ancient and medieval administrative divisions of Cornwall 131 211-214
Petitions for constructing and reforming Dorset houses of correction c. 1625-39 131 39-44
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
Quarry locations transposed: a correction to Ensom 2010 fig.1 132 187-188
Update on the Hardy's Correspondents project (June 2016) 137 32-33
The boundaries of two Anglo-Saxon charters relating to land at Corscombe 116 1-9
Portesham, Corton Farm 120 105
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
'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
Quay Cottage, 6 Quay Road, Christchurch 117 136
New cottage, 9B North St, Charminster 129 190
Martha's Cottage, Alderholt 132 185
Evaluation of land at Whites Cottage, Bloxworth 116 119
The Odonata of a created lake at Squirrel Cottage, East Holme, Dorset 130 25-30
Squirrel Cottage, East Holme 115 161
Hardy's Cottage, Higher Bockhampton 136 82-83
Bottle Knap Cottage, Long Bredy 135 199
Spring Cottage, Marlow Road, Weymouth 117 127
April Cottage, Verwood 129 188
Halves Cottages, Corfe Castle 115 161
Round barrows at Squirrel's Cottages, East Holme 113 170
Corfe Castle, Abbots Cottages, East Street 120 116
Human remains from Manor Farm Cottages, Litton Cheney 116 131
Coastguard Cottages, Lulworth Cove 118 147
Orchard Cottages, Steeple 116 119
Park Cottages, Winterborne Tomson, Anderson 134 157
Brownsea Island: 1 Farm Cottages 119 173
Whitcombe, Whitcombe Farm Cottages 131 158
Dewlish, Forge Cottage 120 102
Dewlish, Forge Cottage 121 161
Milton Abbas, Pond Head Cottage 122 169
Other observations by Dorset County Council Archaeology Service 118 150
Hampreston: A parish in the counties of Dorset and Hampshire 135 311-315
Michael Hill, East Dorset country houses 135 336-337
Michael Hill: West Dorset country houses 137 273-274
Swanage, Durlston Country Park and Castle 126 192
Upton Country Park, Creekmoor, Poole 117 125
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
June 30, Durlston Country Park (Swanage), Yellow Vetchling survey 136 192
Upton Country Park, Upton Park Farm, Poole 136 81-82
Walled garden at Upton House country park, Upton, Poole, SY 99275 92825, period: modern 130 206
July 20, Durlston Country Park, Yellow Vetchling survey 136 192-193
Dorchester, SCATS Countrystores, Grove Trading Estate 131 158
July 19, Winfrith Heath, Bog Orchid count 136 192
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 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
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
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
Trees along the County Boundary 133 155-156
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
Other observations by Dorset County Council Archaeology Service 118 150
Observations on the Magistrates' Courts, County Hall, Dorchester 113 175
Dorchester, Members' car park, County Hall 122 162
A late Roman coin hoard from the County Hospital site, Dorchester 128 61-67
County Hospital 111 110
Dorchester, Old County Hospital 122 162
The Dorset County Museum barrel organ 137 7-17
Attempts at a Dorset County Museum in the 1820s 121 138-140
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
Dorchester, Dorset County Museum, SY 69223 90791 116 130
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
The early years of the Dorset County Museum 118 13-23
The new Antiquarian Association vs Dorset County Museum 129 180-181
The Weymouth Bay pliosaur, a major new display specimen for the Dorset County Museum 132 188
Identity and loss: discovering the identity of Tom Roberts's (1856-1931) pastel portrait of a young girl at the Dorset County Museum 133 55-63
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
The Canford Magna golf course project, 1993-1994 118 35-50
Rushmore Park Golf Course, Woodcutts Common, Sixpenny Handley 118 149
Dorchester, River View, Greenings Court, 1999 121 154-5
Bennetts Court, Colliton Street, Dorchester 137 156
Charles Street, Dorchester, Wessex Court development 111 107-9
Excavations at Charles Street (Wessex Court), Dorchester: interim note on Stage 2, October-December 1990 112 115-7
Parley Court Farm, Hurn 115 149
Parley Court Farm near Christchurch 112 128
Shapwick, Bishop's Court Farm 123 126-7
Court House cellar, 6 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
Dorchester, new wall, Victory Court, North Square 126 194
Poole, St Aubyn's Court Road 125 167
Dorchester, Greenings Court, SY 69445 90828 116 129-30
Christchurch Court, The Grove, Dorchester 134 158
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
Deans Court, Wimborne 112 122-3
Iwerne Courtney or Shroton, Church Field 122 168
Iwerne Courtney, the Ranston estate 127 150
Observations on the Magistrates' Courts, County Hall, Dorchester 113 175
Dorchester: River View, Greenings Court 119 173-4
The Sheridans at Frampton Court 132 73-79
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
June 11, Bindon Hill and Lulworth Cove (Lulworth) 136 191-192
Preston: Bowleaze Cove Romano-British building 136 88-98
Weymouth, 13A Cove Street 125 169
A ninth century mount from Bowleaze Cove, Weymouth 113 184
Coastguard Cottages, Lulworth Cove 118 147
Roman coin from the sea off Lulworth Cove 124 129
Wareham, Cow Lane 127 151
The early Bronze Age enclosure at Cowleaze, Winterbourne Steepleton: new data and new interpretations 134 164-174
James Stevens Cox FSA, 1910-1997 119 213-215
54 Coy Pond Road, Poole 128 131
Shapwick, excavations at Badbury and Crab Farm, interim report 126 181-186
Crab Farm Neolithic enclosure 111 105
Cranborne Ancient Technology Centre 122 161-2
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne
Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
Palaeoenvironmental and archaeological investigations on Wyke Down and in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England 122 53-71
Construction, colour and aesthetics of the Bronze Age barrows on Wyke Down, Cranborne Chase, Dorset 132 111-119
A note on reconstructing the prehistoric landscape environment in Cranborne Chase; the Allen valley 120 39-44
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
Penny's Farm, Cranborne 114 233
Penny's Farm II, Cranborne 118 139
Excavations at Penny's Farm, Cranborne 122 83-97
Stephen Cranston Roberts MA FCA (1945-2004) 126 231-232
A Saxon strap-end from Tarrant Crawford 112 119
St Mary's Church, Tarrant Crawford 117 126
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula, Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
The Odonata of a created lake at Squirrel Cottage, East Holme, Dorset 130 25-30
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
Steeple, West Creech Farm 122 171
Upton Country Park, Creekmoor, Poole 117 125
The excavation of a cremation burial on Little Piddle Down, Piddlehinton 112 129-131
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
The rediscovery of Creniceras renggeri (Oppel) in the Upper Oxford Clay near Weymouth 117 153-154
Chesil Beach, changes in crest height 1969-1990 112 109-112
Hybodontid shark shagreen from the Purbeck Limestone Group, early Cretaceous, Dorset 127 158-159
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
Fossil trees in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), near Langton Matravers, Dorset 132 187
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member (Durlston Formation), Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
Dinosaur footprints in the Purbeck Limestone Group (?Upper Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous) of southern England 116 77-104
New records of unionacean bivalves from the Wessex Formation (Wealden Group, Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage Bay, Dorset 118 167-168
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
Albanerpetontid amphibians from the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset 118 113-117
A dinosaur track from the Wealden Group (Lower Cretaceous), Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, southern England 130 233-234
The Black Death in Dorset: the crisis of 1348-1349 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 131 3-13
Crockerford, Fifehead Magdalen 111 118
New residential development, Grange Croft Road, Weston, Portland 129 191
Long Cross brickworks, Shaston (Shaftesbury) St James, Dorset 112 146-149
An old road at Bare Cross, Church Knowle 128 95-100
Cross Farm, Church Street, Yetminster 135 203
A temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
Water pipe trench, Cross-ridge Dyke, Fontmell Down 119 175
Water main replacement, Barnston crossroads, Church Knowle 129 190
Harmans Cross 118 147
Shillingstone, Gain's Cross 120 119
Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), directed by Thomas Vinterberg, a review 136 12-13
Maiden Newton, Cruxton 122 173
Dame Elisabeth Frink and Alex Csáky 115 202-203
Dorchester, 16 High Street, Fordington CSO 125 165
Dorchester, South Walks CSO 125 166
Dorchester, Top o'Town Car Park CSO 125 166
Dorchester, Culliford Road North 126 188
Hod Hill: `Too much wasted by cultivation for definite survey' 129 97-103
Coffee house culture in seventeenth-century Lyme Regis 133 27-32
Pamela May Cunningham 115 201-202
Making Georgian Faces: concept to curation 133 9-15
Weevils of the genus Cathormiocerus in Dorset (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) 115 196-197
The Weevils (Insecta: Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Dorset coast and their conservation (Mansel-Pleydell prize 2003) 126 85-109
Curtis Fields, land south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 136 83-84
Curtis Fields, land to the south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 137 160
Portland, care and custody unit, HM YOI 125 167
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
Customs House, The Quay, Poole 117 137
Dorset Dolines, part 1: the Higher Kingston Road cutting 112 105-108
Dorchester, C12 Loders to Sun Inn footway/ cycleway 125 164
The Cyril Diver Project 135 149-159

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