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William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
An uncatalogued A. L. Moore and Son stained-glass window: the east window of St Peter's Church, Dorchester 137 18-22
Re-introduction of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to the Tadnoll Brook, Dorset 130 9-16
Kingston Lacy beech avenue, interim reports 111 105-6
Evaluation excavation within High Wood, Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill, ST 969 032, interim report 130 209-211
Additional ring ditches on the Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill 124 122
Barford Farm, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy estate 133 107-108
Roman remains found at Hyde Farm, Shapwick, Kingston Lacy Estate 135 241
545 Abbot Street, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy Estate 137 164
Kingston Lacy, High Wood inhumation 121 155-8
Kingston Lacy House, Pamphill, south lawn evaluation excavation 136 80-81
Pamphill, Kingston Lacy House 123 129-30
Kingston Lacy manorial buildings 112 119-122
Kingston Lacy: medieval manorial buildings 119 161
Geophysical survey of the South Lawn, Kingston Lacy Park, Pamphill 135 199-200
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 Painted Lady migration in Dorset 1996 118 183-187
Mabel St Clair Stobart 1862-1954: The Lady of the Black Horse 135 1-19
Wareham Lady St Mary, 6 Ropers Land 115 162
The inscribed stones in Lady St Mary church, Wareham 114 260
Lady St Mary Church, Wareham 133 115
Wareham Lady St Mary, Ropers land 114 252
Wareham Lady St Mary, St Johns Hill 114 252
Wareham Lady St Mary, St John's Hill 115 162
A Roman coin from Wareham Lady St Mary 111 107
Land at Ladymead Close, Easton, Portland 128 131
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD 1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
Underwater light-trapping of mobile invertebrates in the Fleet lagoon, Dorset 136 30-37
The Odonata of a created lake at Squirrel Cottage, East Holme, Dorset 130 25-30
Amenity lake at West Stour 114 248-9
Amenity lake at West Stour 116 133
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Luckford Lake (Dorset), a small heathland stream 119 141-145
71 Lake Drive, Hamworthy, Poole 117 137
The Roman road from Lake Farm towards Winchester 111 107
Wimborne, Lake Farm 124 127
Further finds from Rope Lake Hole, Kimmeridge 114 251-2
A temporary exposure of Oxford Clay at Chafey's Lake, near Weymouth, Dorset 123 51-68
Land at Lodden Lakes, Gillingham 136 80
Longham Lakes, Longham 118 147
Hamworthy, Longham Lakes 120 104
Chickerell, Chafey's Lake 122 166
Lambert's Castle, Marshwood, West Dorset 112 115
Lamberts Hill Reservoir, near Dorchester 114 233
Water Treatment Works, Lamberts Hill to Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
Dorchester, Lamberts Hill 123 128
Land adjacent to Bell Street, Swanage 118 136-7
Sherborne, Land adjacent to Brecon House 120 106
Land adjacent to Brickfields Business Park, Gillingham 133 106
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
Land adjacent to Povington Pit, Steeple 133 110-111
Sherborne, land adjacent to Sherborne House 120 106
Land adjacent to St Nicholas' Church, Studland 133 111
Powerstock, land adjacent to the Old Forge 126 195
Charminster, land adjacent to village hall 120 102
Dewlish, land adjoining Middle Street 120 116-7
Land Arthropods 111 136-137
Land arthropods 112 154-156
Land Arthropods 113 210-1
Land Arthropods 114 276-277
Land arthropods 115 194-195
Land arthropods 116 160-161
Land arthropods 117 172-173
Land Arthropods 118 179-180
Land arthropods 119 206-207
Land arthropods 120 138-140
Land Arthropods 121 176-177
Weymouth, land at 12 Putton Lane, Chickerell, SY 6500 8029 130 208
Land at Barges Close, Litton Cheney 137 157
Land at Barton Farm and north of Marston Road, Sherborne 133 109
Land at Church Farm, Okeford Fitzpaine 133 107
The boundaries of two Anglo-Saxon charters relating to land at Corscombe 116 1-9
Land at Knighton Lane, Broadmayne 136 77
Land at Ladymead Close, Easton, Portland 128 131
Land at Littlemoor, Weymouth 137 161
Land at Lodden Lakes, Gillingham 136 80
Chickerell, land at Lower Putton Lane 126 188
Cattistock, land at South Drive 131 158
Land at Thornford Road, Yetminster 136 85
Evaluation of land at Whites Cottage, Bloxworth 116 119
Glebe Land, Barnes Lane, Beaminster 118 144
Wheelers Land, Bearwood, Poole 114 237
Cerne Abbas, land behind Abbey Street 126 188
Archaeological excavation and recording of land between 28 and 30 Bell Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 122 99-109
Land by Castle Park, Dorchester 136 79
Land east of Shaftesbury: The Maltings and Pembroke Gate 133 109
The Romano-British settlement, Common Mead Land, Gillingham, Dorset 111 57-70
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
Evaluation of land near Evershot and Stockwood in advance of A37 road improvements 114 234
Worth Matravers, land north of Windyridge 125 169
Land off Augusta Road, Portland 128 129
Stratton, land off Dorchester Road 120 106
Verwood, land off Edmondsham Road 120 107
Portland, land off Reap Lane, Southwell 122 163-4
`A Land' revisited: Jacquetta Hawkes and the landscape tradition 118 25-30
Portland, Reap Land sewer, Southwell 122 173
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
Land south of 44C--62 Weston Street, Portland 136 82
Curtis Fields, land south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 136 83-84
Land south of Leigh Road, Wimborne Minster 137 161
Evaluation at Washpond Land, Swanage 114 238
Wareham, land to rear of 36 North Street 120 107
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 18 West Street 126 180
Corfe Castle, land to the rear of 58 West Street 125 157
Dorchester, land to the rear of the Old Fire Station, Trinity St, SY 6914 9041, multi-period 130 208
Curtis Fields, land to the south of Chickerell Road, Weymouth 137 160
Land to the south of Chickerell Road, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 135 202
Dorchester, land to the west and south-west of Poundbury Farm, 2000-2001 125 154-6
Land to the west of Reap Lane, Southwell, Portland 135 200-201
Stourpaine landfill site 136 83
Boundary landmarks in Anglo-Saxon charters 133 146-154
A life of generous beneficence: George Wingfield Digby, a Victorian landowner 1856-1883 123 7-14
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
Landscape and the liminal: a discussion 131 236-238
Landscape and the liminal: an exploration of the early administrative divisions of the South West, an introduction 131 211
`Wild Downs and Hills' - The historic landscape character of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 130 189-193
A note on reconstructing the prehistoric landscape environment in Cranborne Chase; the Allen valley 120 39-44
A trackway landscape from Wareham to Corfe Castle 134 191-194
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
Archaeology and historical landscape in Wessex from the air 117 51-66
Exploring the landscape setting of the stone circles of West Dorset 132 81-91
`A Land' revisited: Jacquetta Hawkes and the landscape tradition 118 25-30
Rectilinear landscapes in Dorset 134 175-190
Ancient boundaries, living landscapes 129 209-212
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows of central Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
The Dorset/ Somerset County boundary at Yeovil: Roman order from imperial to episcopal, taxation and the landscape 131 219-236
Weymouth, Landsdowne Villa 125 163
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
Sewage, Durlston landslip sewer reinstatement 125 168
Wareham Lady St Mary, Ropers land 114 252
Wareham Lady St Mary, 6 Ropers Land 115 162
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
Chesil Beach: landward recession 1965-1991 113 157-160
Glebe Land, Barnes Lane, Beaminster 118 144
Wheelers Lane, Bearwood, Poole 115 161
Tan Lane, Bourton, near Gillingham 114 234
Land at Knighton Lane, Broadmayne 136 77
Pound Lane car park, Wareham 133 111
`Volendam', Church Lane, Charlton Marshall 118 145
Weymouth, land at 12 Putton Lane, Chickerell, SY 6500 8029 130 208
14 Wick Lane, Christchurch 113 181
2 Wick Lane, Christchurch 135 198
Former Royal Mail sorting office, Wick Lane, Christchurch 136 78
Milborne St Andrew, Lane End 123 129
Old Henley Farmhouse, Hilling Lane, Henley, Buckland Newton 136 77
1 Church Lane, Lower Blandford St Mary 113 185
Sherborne Lane, Lyme Regis 129 190
Bearwood Primary School, Wheeler's Lane, Poole 116 131
Bull Lane, Poole 118 143
Excavations at Tinney's Lane. Sherborne, Dorset 121 53-67
The former Foster's School site, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne 117 125-6
Excavations at the Town Farm House site, now The Orchard, Dean Lane, Sixpenny Handley, 1988 119 87-102
Land to the west of Reap Lane, Southwell, Portland 135 200-201
Portland, land off Reap Lane, Southwell 122 163-4
Portland, Reap Lane, Southwell 131 159
A witch bottle from 1 Grove Lane, Stalbridge 117 142
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
`Wyndings', Plaisters Lane, Sutton Poyntz 118 149
Church Lane, Sutton Waldron 116 131
Plot 1, Church Lane, Sutton Waldron 117 126
Bellevue, Pound Lane, Wareham, SY 9205 8729 131 155
Howard's Lane, Wareham 116 128
The excavation of 12th-13th century deposits at Howard's Lane, Wareham 117 81-90
Sandford Lane, Wareham 117 140
Proposed residential development, Dollin's Lane, Wareham 129 191
19 St Martin's Lane, Wareham 136 83
'Bellevue', Pound Lane, Wareham 137 159-160
West Lulworth School, School Lane, West Lulworth 137 160
Oxford Clay at Pottery Lane, Westham, near Weymouth 122 178
Helen Lane, Weymouth 134 160-161
Wareham, Bonnett's Lane 116 119-120
Sherborne: Tinney's Lane 119 162
Hinton St Mary: 4 Veal's Lane 119 175
Wimborne: Blind Lane 119 177
Bridport, Priory Lane 120 102
Langton Herring, Angel Lane 120 104
Toller Porcorum, School Lane 120 106
Verwood, Cooper's Lane 120 107
Wimborne Minster, Redcotts Lane 120 109
Abbotsbury, Hannah's Lane 121 161
Abbotsbury, Rosemary Lane 122 165
Shaftesbury, Angel Lane 123 127-8
Shaftesbury, 8 Love Lane 124 124
Charminster, Wanchard Lane 124 125
Gillingham, Common Mead Lane 125 160
Gillingham, Lidl Store, School Lane 125 166
Wyke Regis, 2 Collins Lane 125 170
Chickerell, land at Lower Putton Lane 126 188
Pentridge, Bowling Green Lane 126 190
Wareham, Cow Lane 127 151
Wareham, Trinity Lane 127 151
Wareham, Bonnets Lane 127 153
William Dickson Lang: his Liassic work appraised 123 69-74
Beaminster, Langdon source nitrates pipeline 120 115
Langmoor, Ferndown 114 248
Langstone Harbour 123 101
Langton Herring, Angel Lane 120 104
The Langton Herring mirror and grave goods 135 205-208
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
Langton Matravers, Blacklands, Acton 127 152
Langton Matravers, Blacklands 126 189-190
Fossil trees in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), near Langton Matravers, Dorset 132 187
Wilkswood Farm. Langton Matravers 111 114
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
Excavations at Wilkswood Farmhouse, Langton Matravers 118 157-159
Burngate Pearce's Quarry, Langton Matravers 129 188
New quarry, Sea Spray Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Quarry extension, Blacklands Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 129 190
Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 106-107
Lewis Quarries, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 107
Keates Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
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 group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
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 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
A late Bronze Age penannular ring from Gussage All Saints 120 121
The late Bronze Age `Ring Money' from Tarrant Rushton 116 133
Late Iron Age and Romano-British burials and associated activity at the former allotments, Church Knapp, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 129 115-126
The late Iron Age and Romano-British pottery production sites at Redcliff, Arne and Stoborough 124 45-99
Late Iron Age and Romano-British sites located on the Chalbury to Osmington water main 114 254-258
A very peculiar practice: preliminary research into the post-firing perforation of Late
Iron Age/ Romano-British pottery vessels from south-east Dorset 133 69-72
A Late Iron Age Settlement and Black-Burnished Ware (BB1) Production Site at Worgret, near Wareham, Dorset (1986-7) 113 55-105
Forston WTW, Charminster, SY 66690 94947, period: Roman, Late Iron Age 130 208
A late mediaeval silver ring from Portesham 111 114
Monks and nuns in late medieval Dorset (1396-1539) 137 65-104
Economic change in late medieval Dorset: an analysis of evidence from the Lay Subsidies 134 68-82
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
Late Palaeolithic site, Castletown, Portland, Dorset 125 13-21
A late Roman coin hoard from the County Hospital site, Dorchester 128 61-67
`Deviant' burials from a late Romano-British cemetery at Little Keep, Dorchester 130 43-61
Have pity! Late slaves of the Turks 131 45-51
A new Lateglacial open-air site at Deer Park Farm, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset 120 85-88
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
Later prehistoric settlement at Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Dorset 137 264-270
Evangelical and Low Church: Some later-nineteenth-century Dorchester rectors 134 128-142
Tarrant Launceston 15: another Neolithic causwayed enclosure? 131 161-164
Tarrant Launceston, Race Down long barrow 126 187
Blandford Camp, Tarrant Launceston 116 132
Portland, laundry shed extension, HM YOI 125 167
'Pretending to be seafaring men': vagrancy law and forgery with special reference to eighteenth-century Dorset 133 1-8
A. Eccles, Vagrancy in law and practice under the Old Poor Law 135 334-335
Kingston Lacy House, Pamphill, south lawn evaluation excavation 136 80-81
Pamphill, a round barrow at Old Lawn Farm 121 151
Geophysical survey of the South Lawn, Kingston Lacy Park, Pamphill 135 199-200
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
A. Eccles, Vagrancy in law and practice under the Old Poor Law 135 334-335
Economic change in late medieval Dorset: an analysis of evidence from the Lay Subsidies 134 68-82
Lay subsidy rolls of the Allen Valley, 1327 and 1332 125 141-2
Gillingham, Le Neubourg Way 122 167
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2002-3 126 160-166
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset: an interim report on fieldwork undertaken during 2004-5 128 100-106
Excavations at High Lea Farm, Hinton Martell, Dorset 129 105-114
Barrow Lea, Stalbridge 117 126
A lead pendant from Cerne Abbas 133 73-74
David Leadbetter CB (1908-2003) 126 231
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Thorncombe, West Lear's Farm 125 162-3
Wimborne, The Leaze 126 191
East Holton (Holton Lee), Wareham St Martin 127 148-149
Eileen Frances Marie Dickson (née Legge), 1920-2015 137 271
'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 Mizmaze at Leigh, near Sherborne, Dorset 111 130-132
Land south of Leigh Road, Wimborne Minster 137 161
Leigh Road, Wimborne Minster 137 161
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
Extension to the Leisure Centre, Coburg Road, Dorchester 117 124
Weymouth over the long eighteenth century: urban renaissance, or new leisure town? 129 49-58
Sherborne, Lenthay Road 120 106
St Leonard's chapel, Blandford Forum, an archaeological evaluation of the structural foundations (interim statement) 113 180
Immigrant Lepidoptera Report 2005 127 185-188
Lepidoptera 111 138-140
Lepidoptera 112 156-157
Lepidoptera 113 211-2
Lepidoptera 114 275-276
Lepidoptera 115 194
A sphenodontid jaw (Reptilia: Lepidosauria) from the Upper Jurassic of Dorset 113 199-200
The Godwin family and William Jones: Lesser-known builders of post-fire Blandford 129 175-177
Michael John Lester, 1926-2015 137 272-273
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
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters
of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Lewell Farm, West Knighton 112 114
Lewesdon Hill, linear earthwork 126 195
Lewis Quarries, Acton, Langton Matravers 133 107
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Quarrying the Lias at Lyme 123 15
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias
(Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
New insect fossils from the Lower Lias (Lower Jurassic) of West Dorset 135 181-188
A juvenile speciment of ?Plesiosaurus sp. from the Lias
(Lower Jurassic, Pliensbachian) near Charmouth, Dorset, England 116 71-76
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
William Dickson Lang: his Liassic work appraised 123 69-74
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
The Dorchester Town Library of 1631 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 132 21-37
Dorchester, Dorchester Library 122 166
Rare and notable lichen and bryophyte records 1995 117 164-165
Rare and notable lichen and bryophyte records 119 188-190
Gillingham, Lidl Store, School Lane 125 166
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Lieutenant-General Pitt-Rivers in Dorset 132 17-20
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Parish life in Dorset during the early 17th century 114 9-12
A life of generous beneficence: George Wingfield Digby, a Victorian landowner 1856-1883 123 7-14
The Chantry, Bridport, a medieval lighthouse or sea mark? 129 269-271
Northern Lights, Shaftesbury 115 161
Underwater light-trapping of mobile invertebrates in the Fleet lagoon, Dorset 136 30-37
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD 1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
Dorset limekilns: a first survey 115 33-49
Limekilns at Inmosthay Industrial Estate, Inmosthay, Portland 135 200
More Dorset limekilns 117 91-94
The fauna and flora of the Sunnydown Farm footprint site and associated sites: Purbeck Limestone formation, Dorset 115 181-182
A new vertebrate trackway from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset 115 183-184
An unusual tool-mark in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Durlston Bay, Dorset 115 185
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
Dinosaur footprint records for the Purbeck Limestone Group, Dorset, since 1981 116 151-152
Type-section of the Purbeck Limestone Group, Durlston Bay, Swanage, Dorset 114 181-206
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
Fossil beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Purbeck Limestone
Group of Dorset - a preliminary report 121 107-112
Reptile eggshell from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 118 79-83
A fossil tree trunk in the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 183-187
Conchostracans from the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 234-236
Fossil heteropteran bugs from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset 120 73-75
Derived fossils from the Unio Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, of Southern England 127 159-160
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group, Swanage, Dorset 128 139-141
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
Dinosaur footprints in the Purbeck Limestone Group (?Upper Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous) of southern England 116 77-104
Exceptional fossils from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217-219
A problematic fossil from the Cherty Freshwater Member, Purbeck Limestone Group 129 217
Roman Purbeck Limestone mortars 135 222-234
The sources and distribution of Roman Purbeck Limestone roofing slabs 130 155-166
A new section in the Rubbly Beds Limestones of the Upper Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of north Dorset 117 158
The building stones of Dorset, part 4: the northern parishes which use Forest Marble and Cornbrash limestones 117 95-100
Building stones of Dorset, part 3. Inferior Oolite, Forest Marble, Cornbrash and Corallian Limestone 116 61-70
Landscape and the liminal: a discussion 131 236-238
Landscape and the liminal: an exploration of the early administrative divisions of the South West, an introduction 131 211
Dorchester, 2 Linden Avenue 126 189
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
Lewesdon Hill, linear earthwork 126 195
Two North Dorset linen working tokens 120 97-98
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 1 116 129
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 2 116 129
New link road, Bovington Camp 129 189
Nine-spined Stickleback Pungitius pungitius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Gasterosteidae) in Dorset 131 171
Bridport Literary and Scientific Institute, 51 East Street, Bridport 137 155
Bridport Literary and Scientific Institute 121 136-138
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
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
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
Little Down, Shaftesbury 136 82
Hillside, Little England, Milborne St Andrew 136 80
`Deviant' burials from a late Romano-British cemetery at Little Keep, Dorchester 130 43-61
The excavation of a cremation burial on Little Piddle Down, Piddlehinton 112 129-131
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula, Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
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
Land at Littlemoor, Weymouth 137 161
Thorner's Litton, a dissenting school in Dorset 111 1-8
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
Ancient boundaries, living landscapes 129 209-212
Liz-Anne Bawden MBE (1931-2012) 135 338-339
`Lost' Purbeck lizard skull re-emerges 129 219-220
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD 1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
Local auction report 2013 135 358-359
Local auction report 134 270-271
A meeting to celebrate some local heroes of Dorset geology 129 139-145
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
A Second Extant Locality for Gastridium ventricosum 113 207-210
Late Iron Age and Romano-British sites located on the Chalbury to Osmington water main 114 254-258
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
Quarry locations transposed: a correction to Ensom 2010 fig.1 132 187-188
Land at Lodden Lakes, Gillingham 136 80
Dorchester, C12 Loders to Sun Inn footway/ cycleway 125 164
The Celtic place name "Loders" 119 183
Mason's Lodge, Bell Street, Wareham 117 140
Lodge Farm and Badbury Park, Pamphill 111 112-4
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age pits, and a section of Roman road on a pipeline near Lodge Farm, Pamphill, Dorset 111 15-29
Pamphill, Lodge Farm 122 162-3
Marshwood, proposed new dwelling at Lodge House Farm 131 157
Wimborne Lodge 122 174-5
Brownsea Island, south of South Lodge 131 156
Lokuticeras, a new record from the Inferior Oolite of Oborne Wood, north Dorset 127 160-163
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
Tarrant Launceston, Race Down long barrow 126 187
Long Bredy, Martins Down main replacement 125 166
Long Bredy 120 117
Bottle Knap Cottage, Long Bredy 135 199
Long Cross brickworks, Shaston (Shaftesbury) St James, Dorset 112 146-149
Weymouth over the long eighteenth century: urban renaissance, or new leisure town? 129 49-58
Geophysical survey of Long Mound, Beacon Knap, Swyre 135 201-202
New Inn, Long Street, Cerne Abbas 134 157
The Vines, Long Street, Sherborne 113 181
Sherborne, Brecon House, Long Street 122 174
Longburton to Holnest water-main 127 153
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
Longham Lakes, Longham 118 147
Hamworthy, Longham Lakes 120 104
Ringwood Road, Longham 114 234
Longham Lakes, Longham 118 147
Long-term resilience and short-term vulnerability of South Winterbourne macroinvertebrates 134 43-55
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
The lost community of Gore Fields 137 46-56
Egglisham, a lost Dorchester place name 116 139-140
Lost in suburbia: tracing the county boundary in south-east Dorset 129 212-215
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
`Lost' Purbeck lizard skull re-emerges 129 219-220
Water main repair, Poor Lot, Kingston Russell 129 190
Louds Mill allotments, St George's St, Dorchester, SY 70482 90376, period: modern 130 207
Shaftesbury, 8 Love Lane 124 124
Evangelical and Low Church: Some later-nineteenth-century Dorchester rectors 134 128-142
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 new Dorset record of the Zigzag Zone (Lower Bathonian stage, Middle Jurassic) 119 129-133
1 Church Lane, Lower Blandford St Mary 113 185
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 120 108
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 121 161
Lower Constitution Hill, Poole 114 237
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
Winterborne Whitechurch, Lower Farm 120 120
Lower Hamworthy, Poole 133 108
A new plesiosaurid specimen from the Sinemurian, Lower Jurassic, of Southern England 122 129-138
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
New insect fossils from the Lower Lias (Lower Jurassic) of West Dorset 135 181-188
A juvenile speciment of ?Plesiosaurus sp. from the Lias (Lower
Jurassic, Pliensbachian) near Charmouth, Dorset, England 116 71-76
Important recently collected dinosaurian remains from the Lower Kimmeridge Clay at Weymouth 115 177-178
Lower Kingcombe 111 117-8
New insect fossils from the Lower Lias (Lower Jurassic) of West Dorset 135 181-188
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
The building stones of Dorset: part 1, the western parishes, Upper Greensand Chert and Lower Lias 114 161-168
A lower molar of Stereognathus sp. (Reptilia, Therapsida) from the Bathonian of southern England 115 139-141
Re-investigations of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology and deposits at Corfe Mullen 130 195-198
Lower plants 116 158-159
Chickerell, land at Lower Putton Lane 126 188
1 Lower St Edmund Street, Weymouth 136 84
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest
Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
The management of lowland heath from 1966-1989 at Arne nature reserve, Dorset, UK 114 227-232
Visitors' book for the Loyalty Theatre, Dorchester 121 145-150
Ronald Norman Lucas 113 221-2
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Luckford Lake (Dorset), a small heathland stream 119 141-145
How the Newburghs of Lulworth came to own Sutton Poyntz 135 46-55
Lulworth Camp gunnery school, Lulworth 117 137
Lulworth Camp. West Lulworth 116 120
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
Coastguard Cottages, Lulworth Cove 118 147
Roman coin from the sea off Lulworth Cove 124 129
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
West Lulworth, Lulworth Park water pipeline 120 119
West Lulworth, Lulworth Park water pipeline 120 119
West Lulworth School, School Lane, West Lulworth 137 160
The macroinvertebrate fauna of a small spring-fed watercourse, the Lulworth Stream (Dorset) 124 101-107
Lulworth Camp. West Lulworth 116 120
Scratchy Bottom, West Lulworth 116 131
Lulworth Camp gunnery school, Lulworth 117 137
June 11, Bindon Hill and Lulworth Cove (Lulworth) 136 191-192
West Lulworth School, School Lane, West Lulworth 137 160
Oyster Lumachelles in the Fleet, Dorset 127 87-94
LV Grinsell 117 177-179
Lyme and the Devon-Dorset county boundary, where the questions begin 129 197-208
The Beaches of Lyme Bay 111 91-97
The Marriage Duty Act censuses for Lyme Regis 1695-1703 125 1-11
Lyme Regis, 45-46 Broad Street 126 195
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
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
Lyme Regis, drain 120 117-8
Lyme Regis, Gosling's Bridge 125 166
A negro at Lyme Regis in 1589 129 177-178
`Lyme Regis is in Dorset, Uplyme is in Devon...', thoughts arising from the research seminar of September 2008 130 223-227
Proposed extension, Lyme Regis Museum 128 131
Lyme Regis, possible enclosure 120 121
The coastal defences of Lyme Regis: recent archaeological investigations 128 79-86
Lyme Regis, St Andrews House, Uplyme Road 120 117
Lyme Regis: Trade and Population 1575-1725. A period of decline? (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 120 1-17
The Town Mill, Lyme Regis 118 143
An Unusual Post-Medieval Pottery Handle from Lyme Regis 127 141
John Fowles and Lyme Regis 127 197-201
Sherborne Lane, Lyme Regis 129 190
Coffee house culture in seventeenth-century Lyme Regis 133 27-32
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
The Cobb, Lyme Regis 137 157
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
Quarrying the Lias at Lyme 123 15
Of Salt and the Dorset Coast at Lyme 127 45-51
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
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Evaluation of St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers 114 234
Sir Claude Scott and the development of Lytchett Minster in the nineteenth century 135 33-45
Lytchett Minster sewerage works, near Poole 114 248
Pony Drive, Upton, Lytchett Minster 113 185
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148

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