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Jack Bradshaw MA (1915-2004) 126 227
Stephen Cranston Roberts MA FCA (1945-2004) 126 231-232
Mabel St Clair Stobart 1862-1954: The Lady of the Black Horse 135 1-19
George Neil Aitken (1906-1985) and Gertrude Mabel (Trudy) Aitken (1907-2006) 130 271-272
Freshwater macroinvertebrate communities of coastal streams in Dorset 125 131-139
Environmental quality assessment of the Win Stream (Dorset) using macroinvertebrate data 116 105-110
The environmental quality of a small urban watercourse, the Bourne Stream (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 117 117-122
The environmental quality of a small spring-fed watercourse, the Wool Stream (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 120 77-83
The environmental quality of the Bovington stream and its effects on the adjacent river Frome (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 121 123-128
The environmental quality of two iron-rich streams in southern Dorset, assessed with macroinvertebrate data 122 139-144
The environmental quality of the River Jordan (Dorset) assessed with macroinvertebrate data 126 127-132
The environmental quality of the Tadnoll Brook (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 127 125-132
The environmental quality of the Sherford River (Dorset) assessed with macroinvertebrate data 136 18-29
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental assessment of seven streams entering Poole harbour 137 105-117
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental quality of the Oakers Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome (Dorset) 130 17-24
The macroinvertebrate fauna of a small spring-fed watercourse, the Lulworth Stream (Dorset) 124 101-107
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Luckford Lake (Dorset), a small heathland stream 119 141-145
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Holy Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome, Dorset 123 95-100
The macro-invertebrates of fourteen West Dorset ponds (Mansel-Pleydell prize essay) 114 221-226
Freshwater biological monitoring of the Furzebrook Stream (south Dorset) using macroinvertebrates 118 125-131
Long-term resilience and short-term vulnerability of South Winterbourne macroinvertebrates 134 43-55
Severe drought and exceptional summer flooding: consequences for the South Winterborne macroinvertebrates 135 165-166
Macrolepidoptera report 1998 120 131-133
Macrolepidoptera report 2004 126 210-217
Macrolepidoptera Report 2005 127 176-185
Macrolepidoptera report 2006 128 157-175
Macrolepidoptera report 2007 129 235-245
Macrolepidoptera report 2008 130 246-257
Macrolepidoptera report 122 190
Macrolepidoptera report 123 142
Macrolepidoptera report 124 149-157
Macrolepidoptera report 132 190-200
Macrolepitoptera report 2003 125 187-198
Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), directed by Thomas Vinterberg, a review 136 12-13
Violet Madeline Josette Jones 111 156
Crockerford, Fifehead Magdalen 111 118
Observations on the Magistrates' Courts, County Hall, Dorchester 113 175
Maps and Minterne Magna, a diverting story 114 1-8
Minterne Magna, Dogbury Plantation 122 169
Godwin's Orchard, Kington Magna, Dorset 113 180
A circular earthwork at Nyland, Kington Magna, Dorset 115 162-4
The Halletts - Organ builders of Kington Magna, Dorset 120 19-24
The Canford Magna golf course project, 1993-1994 118 35-50
Fontmell Magna: Gore Farm 119 168
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
A temporary section in the Gault at Fontmell Magna, North Dorset 112 95-97
Magna Road, Poole 118 135
The Rectory, Canford Magna 113 181
Mediaeval settlement at Kington Magna 114 261-263
The water supply of Kington Magna 115 173-175
Canford School, Canford Magna 116 119
Knighton Farm, Canford Magna 116 119
Church Close, Fontmell Magna 116 130
Kington Manor Farm, Kington Magna 117 137
Magnetite on Chesil Beach, evidence of a ship's stranding in 1914 123 109
Magnetometry survey, Shapwick Romano-British settlement 116 131
Magnetometry survey, Shapwick Romano-British settlement 118 135-6
Shapwick Romano-British settlment: magnetometry survey 119 162
Shapwick Romano-British settlement: magnetometry survey 120 113-4
Evaluation at Maiden Castle School, Dorchester 114 233-4
Lithic scatters south of Maiden Castle, the Charles Bean huntings of 1928-1933 131 87-101
Badger sett remedial work, Maiden Castle, Winterborne St Martin 128 132
An Anglo-Saxon felon at Maiden Castle? 130 213-215
Maiden Newton 11KV cable replacement 118 148
Maiden Newton, Cruxton 122 173
The `Frampton Villa', Maiden Newton 116 133-135
Former Royal Mail sorting office, Wick Lane, Christchurch 136 78
Dorchester, replacement gas main, High East Street 127 151-152
Observations on the Dorchester ring main, interim note 114 247-8
Water main repair, Poor Lot, Kingston Russell 129 190
Wareham, North Bestwall Road water main repair 131 158-159
Water main replacement, Barnston crossroads, Church Knowle 129 190
Gas main replacement, South Street, Bridport 134 157
Long Bredy, Martins Down main replacement 125 166
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 1 116 129
Corfe Mullen link main, stage 2 116 129
Gas Main, Winfrith Technology Centre, Wool 134 161
33KV mains replacement, Verwood 118 149
Manor House, Stourpaine, 11KV mains replacement 118 149
Pipeline observations, Wareham to Stoborough main 113 174
Late Iron Age and Romano-British sites located on the Chalbury to Osmington water main 114 254-258
Woolcombe to Redford water main 119 163
Pimperne, new water main 124 128
Overcombe Down, Preston sewerage rising main 125 167
Sutton Poyntz, supply main 125 168
Winterborne Whitchurch, replacement water main 125 169
Dorchester, Icen Way depot to Casterbridge Trading Estate replacement gas main 131 158
The Trumpet Major, Dorchester 117 124
The Weymouth Bay pliosaur, a major new display specimen for the Dorset County Museum 132 188
Aldhelmus episcopus: the making and shiring of the Sherborne bishopric: Saxon, Briton and the Byzantine 134 113-127
Making early Devon: Dumnonia, Wessex, England 131 216-219
Making Georgian Faces: concept to curation 133 9-15
`Tempore pubertatis nostrae': the West Saxon Aldhelm of Malmesbury 129 17-24
Medieval and post-medieval millstones from The Old Malthouse, Abbotsbury, Dorset 112 141-142
Land east of Shaftesbury: The Maltings and Pembroke Gate 133 109
Mammal report 121 178-180
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
Mammals of Chesil Beach and the Fleet 134 38-42
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member (Durlston Formation), Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
Mammals 111 149-150
Mammals 112 161-163
Mammals 113 213-5
Mammals 114 280-282
Mammals 115 198-200
Mammals 116 165-166
Mammals 117 174-175
Mammals 118 181-183
Further records of Dorset quaternary mammals 119 186-188
Mammals 119 209-211
Mammals 120 140-142
Mammals 123 150
Mammals 124 166-168
Mammals 126 223-225
Mammals 127 192-194
Mammals 129 249-251
Mampitts Road, Shaftesbury 129 188
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
The management of lowland heath from 1966-1989 at Arne nature reserve, Dorset, UK 114 227-232
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Fontmell Down, Dorset: land-use, landscape and land management: the land snail evidence 120 89-91
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
Gussage St Michael: Brookside horse ménage [manège] (NGR 397385 113005) 130 205
Kinson Manor Farm, Bournemouth 136 77
Human remains from Manor Farm Cottages, Litton Cheney 116 131
Kington Manor Farm, Kington Magna 117 137
Manor Farm, Portesham, Dorset: excavations on a multi-period religious and settlement site 125 23-69
Manor Farm Quarry, Melbury Abbas 129 188
Manor Farm, Tarrant Monkton 113 185
Archaeological assessment at Manor Farm, Wyke Regis, Dorset 112 123
Horton: Manor Farm 119 175-7
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 163
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 169
Stourpaine, Manor Farm 122 171
Pimperne, Manor Farm 124 126
Horton, Manor Farm 125 160
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Manor House, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Manor House, Stourpaine, 11KV mains replacement 118 149
Pamphill Manor House 114 244
Chideock: site of a 13th-century manor house 122 159-60
Melbury Bubb Manor, Melbury Bubb 137 157-158
Royal Manor School, Portland 128 127
Portland, Royal Manor Schoool, Weston 127 150
The Old Manor, Stratton: building record and excavations, interim notes 132 183
The Old Manor, Stratton 136 149-150
Manorial stewards and the conduct of manorial affairs 115 15-19
The medieval manorial buildings of Kingston Lacy: survey and excavation results with an analysis of the medieval account rolls 1295-1462 120 45-62
Kingston Lacy manorial buildings 112 119-122
Kingston Lacy: medieval manorial buildings 119 161
Manorial stewards and the conduct of manorial affairs 115 15-19
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
A Roman building and mediaeval earthworks near Woodyates Manor 112 119
Sturminster Newton, Fiddleford Manor 126 193
Weymouth's Spas: Nottington and Radipole (a Mansell-Pleydell prize essay 1994) 116 33-44
John Clavell Mansel-Pleydell, 1817-1902 127 1-12
Privateers and prizes: how Weymouth profited from war, 1715-1815 (Mansel-Pleydell essay 2003) 126 1-6
The Weevils (Insecta: Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Dorset coast and their conservation (Mansel-Pleydell prize 2003) 126 85-109
The macro-invertebrates of fourteen West Dorset ponds (Mansel-Pleydell prize essay) 114 221-226
Lyme Regis: Trade and Population 1575-1725. A period of decline? (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 120 1-17
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
Evidence of Black Slaves in Dorset Records (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 127 13-20
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
The Dorchester Debating Society and the Hardy Players (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 130 167-174
The Black Death in Dorset: the crisis of 1348-1349 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 131 3-13
The Dorchester Town Library of 1631 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 132 21-37
Festoon Mantlepiece (1857-1859) 118 162
Manton Road, Hamworthy, Poole 115 149
A geological map of Purbeck Beds in the northern part of Durlston Bay 113 145-148
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
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
Coastal landslide mapping of the Black Ven Spittles complex, Charmouth 135 167-180
Maps and Minterne Magna, a diverting story 114 1-8
The building stones of Dorset, part 4: the northern parishes which use Forest Marble and Cornbrash limestones 117 95-100
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Building stones of Dorset, part 3. Inferior Oolite, Forest Marble, Cornbrash and Corallian Limestone 116 61-70
Small Reptiles and Amphibians from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset 113 201-2
Margaret Holmes, 1923-2015 136 186-187
Ammonite assemblages of the upper Oxford Clay (mariae zone) near Weymouth, Dorset 121 77-100
Eileen Frances Marie Dickson (née Legge), 1920-2015 137 271
Kimmeridge Bay, new Marine Centre 122 168-9
Marine invertebrates 1996 and 1997 119 195-196
Marine invertebrates 1998 120 128
Marine invertebrates 1999 121 169
Marine invertebrates 2000 124 160
Marine Invertebrates 2001 123 139
Marine invertebrates 112 154
Marine Invertebrates 114 274-275
Marine invertebrates 115 193-194
Marine invertebrates 116 160
Marine invertebrates 117 165
Marine molluscs: Portland Harbour 116 160
Predation amongst Jurassic Marine Reptiles 113 202-5
Marine Review 2002 124 138-140
Marine Review 2003 125 179-81
Marine review 2004 126 203-204
Marine Review 2005 127 168-170
Marine review 2006 128 146-148
Marine review 2007 129 224-227
Marine review 2008 130 240-244
Marine review 2009 131 202-206
Dorchester, Mariner's Parade, 41 High East Street 120 103
Poole, 7 Market Close 120 118
Sherborne, The Conduit, Market Place 126 195
4 Market Street, Old Town, Poole 118 148
Guildhall, Market Street, Poole 115 164
Marks and Spencer's, South Street, Dorchester 116 129
The Chantry, Bridport, a medieval lighthouse or sea mark? 129 269-271
Spring Cottage, Marlow Road, Weymouth 117 127
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard of palstaves near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
Marnhull stone quarry, Whiteway Hill 127 150
The Marriage Duty Act censuses for Lyme Regis 1695-1703 125 1-11
Guys Marsh and Shaftesbury 127 152
Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibunda (Pallas, 1771) (Amphibia, Ranidae) in Dorset 131 171-172
Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall - Area C 116 126
An early Iron Age hilltop settlement at Heron Grove, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset: first excavation report 115 63-70
Observations on a pipeline: Sturminster Marshall to Blandford St Mary 113 168-9
A section of Combs Ditch, Charlton Marshall 113 170-172
Sturminster Marshall 113 170
Churchill Close, Sturminster Marshall 115 150
Dairy Farm, Charlton Marshall 117 124
`Volendam', Church Lane, Charlton Marshall 118 145
New fire station, Marshes End, Poole 129 190
Gillingham, Peache Marsh 122 167-8
Marshwood, proposed new dwelling at Lodge House Farm 131 157
Lambert's Castle, Marshwood, West Dorset 112 115
Observations on a pipeline in the Vale of Marshwood 113 184-5
Land at Barton Farm and north of Marston Road, Sherborne 133 109
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
Martha's Cottage, Alderholt 132 185
East Holton. Wareham St Martin 2003-2004 126 180
April 2, Biddlesgate Wood and Stone Hill Gate (Cranborne (Dorset), Martin and Damerham (Hants)) 136 198-199
Winterborne St Martin, Ashton 122 174
Wareham St Martin, East Holton, NGR 396200 091300 130 213
Clandon Farm, Winterborne St Martin (Martinstown) 137 161
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
Long Bredy, Martins Down main replacement 125 166
19 St Martin's Lane, Wareham 136 83
Clandon Farm, Winterborne St Martin (Martinstown) 137 161
Survey and excavation of an enclosure at East Holton, Wareham St Martin 122 153
Wives and Daughters: Women and Children in the Georgian House, by Joanna Martin 126 233
East Holton (Holton Lee), Wareham St Martin 127 148-149
Badger sett remedial work, Maiden Castle, Winterborne St Martin 128 132
Gould's Hill, Winterborne St Martin 129 189
East Holton, Wareham St Martin 133 111-112
Sandford Heath, Wareham St Martin 133 112
Sandford Heath, Wareham St Martin 134 160
Sir William Martyn 113 192-3
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
Hinton St Mary: 4 Veal's Lane 119 175
Wareham Lady St Mary, 6 Ropers Land 115 162
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
Mary Bridget Featherstonehaugh Frampton MBE, 1928-2014 136 186
The inscribed stones in Lady St Mary church, Wareham 114 260
Lady St Mary Church, Wareham 133 115
Hilly Ground. Hinton St Mary, Dorset 123 124-5
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
Mary Ozard and `The Affair of the Bastard' 115 168-169
Wareham Lady St Mary, Ropers land 114 252
Mary Spencer Watson, 1913-2006 128 195-198
Wareham Lady St Mary, St Johns Hill 114 252
Wareham Lady St Mary, St John's Hill 115 162
East Stoke, old Church of St Mary, Stoke 126 181
Maryland, Brownsea Island 129 127-138
Early 16th-century Sculptures on the Tower of St Mary's Church, Beaminster, Dorset 127 138-141
St Mary's Church, Chickerell 133 104
St Mary's Church, Glanvilles Wooton 133 106
St Mary's Church, Litton Cheney 133 107
Evaluation of St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers 114 234
St Mary's Church, Tarrant Crawford 117 126
A Roman coin from Wareham Lady St Mary 111 107
Observations on a pipeline: Sturminster Marshall to Blandford St Mary 113 168-9
1 Church Lane, Lower Blandford St Mary 113 185
Stour Park, Blandford St Mary 115 147
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
Hall and Woodhouse Brewery, Bournemouth Road, Blandford St Mary 133 103
Mason's Lodge, Bell Street, Wareham 117 140
Worth Matravers 1992 114 245-6
Worth Matravers 1993 115 160
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
Worth Matravers, Downs Quarry 129 189
Worth Matravers, Downs Quarry 131 157
Worth Matravers, Downs Quarry 131 158
Football field, Worth Matravers, excavations 2006-8 130 211-213
Worth Matravers, land north of Windyridge 125 169
Worth Matravers, Quarr Farm 126 187
Wilkswood Farm. Langton Matravers 111 114
Weston Road, Worth Matravers 113 185
Worth Matravers 113 187-190
Evaluation of St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers 114 234
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
Excavations at Wilkswood Farmhouse, Langton Matravers 118 157-159
A sheela-na-gig at Worth Matravers 124 110-111
St Aldhelm and the chapel at Worth Matravers 126 148-157
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
Football field, Worth Matravers 133 114
Worth Matravers 133 114
St Aldhelm's Head, Worth Matravers 133 115
The Worth of Worth: Radar at Worth Matravers 133 162-166
Broad Mead, Acton, Worth Matravers 134 161
Kingston Road, Worth Matravers 134 161
Keates Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
Lewis Quarry, Home Field, Acton, Langton Matravers 135 199
St Aldhelm's Quarry, Worth Matravers 136 84-85
St Aldhelm's Quarry, Worth Matravers 137 161
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Matthew Chubb of Dorchester: rapacious moneylender and benevolent philanthropist 112 1-4
Michael Charles Matthews (1919-2004) 127 201-202
Dorchester: former Maud Road School 119 160
Maumbury Rings, Dorchester 134 158
Maureen Weinstock 114 288-289
Max Gate, Dorchester 135 198-199
May 6, Westhay Farm (St Gabriel's) 136 190-191
May 7, Townsend DWT reserve (Swanage) 136 191
Pamela May Cunningham 115 201-202
Mary Bridget Featherstonehaugh Frampton MBE, 1928-2014 136 186
Liz-Anne Bawden MBE (1931-2012) 135 338-339
Gussage St Michael: Brookside horse ménage [manège] (NGR 397385 113005) 130 205
Broad Mead, Acton, Worth Matravers 134 161
The Romano-British settlement, Common Mead Land, Gillingham, Dorset 111 57-70
Gillingham, Common Mead Lane 125 160
Water meadows of the River Stirchel, Dorset 116 27-32
Cheselbourne, Meadows View 125 163
Toller Porcorum: Church Mead 119 163
Purse Caundle, The Mead 120 118
Gillingham, Barnaby Mead 123 128-9
What Tess meant to Hardy, and why 136 1-11
`Old Med', Southwell, Portland 118 148-9
Dolichovespula media (Retzius): a social wasp new to Dorset 114 277-278
Dolichovespula media (Retzius) 115 195-196
A mediaeval `banner' type of harness ornament 111 111-2
A Roman building and mediaeval earthworks near Woodyates Manor 112 119
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
Mediaeval floor-tile from Shaftesbury 112 123
A mediaeval gold ring from Friar Waddon, Portesham 114 252
Some mediaeval pottery at Shaftesbury 112 139-141
Mediaeval settlement at Kington Magna 114 261-263
A late mediaeval silver ring from Portesham 111 114
A mediaeval stone mortar from Sandford Orcas 113 183
A Roman medical instrument from Dorchester 116 135-136
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
The medieval manorial buildings of Kingston Lacy: survey and excavation results with an analysis of the medieval account rolls 1295-1462 120 45-62
Ancient and medieval administrative divisions of Cornwall 131 211-214
Medieval and post-medieval Bridport: Excavations at 43 South Street, 1996 122 111-123
Medieval and post-medieval millstones from The Old Malthouse, Abbotsbury, Dorset 112 141-142
The excavation of a medieval building at Ower Farm, Corfe Castle, and other archaeological observations at Wytch Farm oilfield, 1994 116 55-60
The excavation of a medieval building in Kimmeridge village 124 111-116
Monastic urban speculation: the Cistercians and medieval Charmouth 121 17-21
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
Woodland in medieval Dorset 119 59-64
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Medieval floor tile from Shaftesbury 111 112
Lost or hidden? Medieval floor-tiles in the church of St Mary, Hermitage 134 103-105
A miscellany of medieval floor-tiles 132 181-182
The Chantry, Bridport, a medieval lighthouse or sea mark? 129 269-271
The medieval manorial buildings of Kingston Lacy: survey and excavation results with an analysis of the medieval account rolls 1295-1462 120 45-62
Kingston Lacy: medieval manorial buildings 119 161
An Early Bronze Age timber structure, a Saxon kiln and Saxon and medieval
occupation at Coppice Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 129 59-96
Early medieval pottery from Studland Bay 129 271
Melbury Abbas: Medieval pottery in perspective 115 111-119
Medieval seamarks around the Dorset coast 130 265-268
Stanton St Gabriel, brick kiln and medieval settlement: interim report 120 114
A medieval site at Bere Regis 117 143-147
A medieval site in Gillingham, Dorset: further excavations at Chantry Fields 1999 123 23-49
Two additional medieval sundials from Dorset 128 117-118
Some additional medieval sundials from Dorset 134 98-102
Medieval sundials in Dorset 119 65-86
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
Notes on two medieval tiles 133 101
Sherborne School for Boys, ST 63735 16541, period: medieval 130 208
Field meeting reports 2006 128 180-183
Field meeting reports 2007 129 251-257
Field meeting reports 2011 133 138-143
Field meeting reports 2014 136 189--193
Field meeting reports 135 352-355
A meeting to celebrate some local heroes of Dorset geology 129 139-145
Field meetings 2002 124 161-164
Field Meetings 2003 125 202-7
Field meetings 2004 126 221-223
Field Meetings 2005 127 189-192
Society field meetings 2008 131 184-191
Society field meetings 2009 131 191-197
Society field meetings 132 203-208
The Occurrence of Megalosaurs in the Portlandian of Dorset 113 196
C13 improvement and Melbury Abbas bypass scheme 116 120
Melbury Abbas: Medieval pottery in perspective 115 111-119
The county boundary from Melbury Abbas to Ashmore: a natural history report 130 232
Manor Farm Quarry, Melbury Abbas 129 188
The font at Melbury Bubb: an interpretation 111 128-129
Melbury Bubb Manor, Melbury Bubb 137 157-158
Melbury Bubb Manor, Melbury Bubb 137 157-158
A colluvial deposit below Melbury Hill, Compton Abbas 113 167
Melcombe Horsey, Highdon House 131 158
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 120 108
Weymouth, Lower Bond Street, Melcombe Regis 121 161
Melrose, 43 Hound Street, Sherborne 131 155
Melrose, 43 Hound Street, Sherborne 136 82
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member
(Durlston Formation), Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
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
A new vertebrate trackway from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset 115 183-184
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
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
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
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
Dorchester, Members' car park, County Hall 122 162
Shaftesbury: Westminster Memorial Hospital 119 168-9
'For Christ and Conscience Sake': The story behind Elisabeth Frink's memorial to the Dorset Martyrs 134 1-11
An identification of four casts of heads of hanged men
in the Dorset County Museum (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 122 45-51
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
'Pretending to be seafaring men': vagrancy law and forgery with special reference to eighteenth-century Dorset 133 1-8
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
Charles Hamilton Mercer, a suspicious vagrant held in Sherborne Bridewell and Dorset Gaol under the 1744 Vagrant Act 131 145-147
Observations at Merchant's Garage, High West Street, Dorchester, 1983 113 41-54
The geology of the A303 trunk road between Wincanton, Somerset and Mere, Wiltshire 113 139-143
The Merley Youth Club site, Chichester Walk, Merley 117 125
The Merley Youth Club site, Chichester Walk, Merley 117 125
Hampreston, a new Mesolithic site in Dorset 121 162
A new Mesolithic site in Poole 124 129
Two minor metal working sites on Portland 126 171-174
Michael Brawne (1925-2003) 126 227-228
Gussage St Michael: Brookside horse ménage [manège] (NGR 397385 113005) 130 205
Michael Charles Matthews (1919-2004) 127 201-202
Gussage St Michael, Dorset: Roman occupation near Drive Plantation 124 127-128
Michael Hill, East Dorset country houses 135 336-337
Michael Hill: West Dorset country houses 137 273-274
Michael John Lester, 1926-2015 137 272-273
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Michael Robert House 124 169-170
Excavations of a prehistoric ceremonial complex at Ogden Down, Gussage St Michael 114 240-244
Gussage St Michael 126 189
Gussage St Michael 128 127
Microlepidoptera report 1994 117 165-166
Microlepidoptera report 1995 117 166-167
Microlepidoptera report 1996 118 173-175
Microlepidoptera report 1997 119 201-203
Microlepidoptera report 1998 120 134-135
Microlepidoptera report 1999 121 173-175
Microlepidoptera report 2000 122 188
Microlepidoptera report 2001 123 140
Microlepidoptera report 2003 125 185-7
Microlepidoptera report 2004 126 208-210
Microlepidoptera Report 2005 127 174-176
Microlepidoptera report 2006 128 154-157
Microlepidoptera report 2007 129 233-234
Microlepidoptera report 2008 130 244-246
Microlepidoptera report 124 147-149
Microlepidoptera report 131 173-175
Microlepidoptera report 132 200-202
Building stones of Dorset, part 2: Chideock to Broadwindsor - Middle and Upper Lias 115 133-139
A review of the stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Middle
and Upper Oolite (Bajocian Stage, Middle Jurassic) of Oborne Wood near Sherborne, north Dorset 125 109-118
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
The excavation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Hodge Ditch, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 126 27-42
A group of Middle Bronze Age socketed axes from East Dorset 125 144-6
Middle Fairfield car park, Dorchester, SY 69000 90120 131 160-161
Middle Farm, Bridport Road, Dorchester 114 239
Middle Farm, Dorchester 111 110
Neolithic pits and a Bronze Age field system at Middle Farm, Dorchester 126 15-25
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 temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) hardgrounds and the associated faunas at Coombe Quarry, Mapperton, near Beaminster, Dorset 130 149-153
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
Small Reptiles and Amphibians from the Forest Marble (Middle Jurassic) of Dorset 113 201-2
A description of a permanent new section and of nearby temporary sections in the Inferior Oolite (Bajocian Stage, Middle Jurassic) of Milborne Wick, Somerset 127 77-85
A review of the stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Middle and Upper Oolite (Bajocian Stage, Middle
Jurassic) of Oborne Wood near Sherborne, north Dorset 125 109-118
A further examination of the Subfurcatum Zone (Middle Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of North Dorset 113 196-8
A new section in the Rubbly Beds Limestones of the Upper Inferior Oolite (Middle
Jurassic; Upper Bajocian) of north Dorset 117 158
A review of the stratigraphy of the site of special scientific interest at Milborne Wick, Somerset (Bajocian stage; Middle Jurassic) 118 107-111
A new Dorset record of the Zigzag Zone (Lower Bathonian stage, Middle Jurassic) 119 129-133
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
Dorchester Middle School, Coburg Road 120 110-1
Canford Heath Middle School, Poole 113 185
Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 115 149
The new Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 117 125
Dewlish, land adjoining Middle Street 120 116-7
Middlebere Farm, Arne 117 128
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine midge
larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
The buildings of Shaftesbury Abbey in the mid-sixteenth century 115 1-13
The Painted Lady migration in Dorset 1996 118 183-187
Milborne St Andrew, Beeches Buildings 125 161
Milborne St Andrew: Coldstream Dairy 119 161
Milborne St Andrew flood management scheme, Manor Farm 125 166
Milborne St Andrew, Lane End 123 129
Milton Road, Milborne St Andrew 114 234
The Village Hall, The Causeway, Milborne St Andrew 133 107
Hillside, Little England, Milborne St Andrew 136 80
A review of the stratigraphy of the site of special scientific interest at Milborne
Wick, Somerset (Bajocian stage; Middle Jurassic) 118 107-111
A description of a permanent new section and of nearby temporary sections in the Inferior Oolite (Bajocian Stage, Middle Jurassic) of Milborne Wick, Somerset 127 77-85
Winterbourne Steepleton: Black Down, a Roman military signalling station in Dorset? 137 178-186
Louds Mill allotments, St George's St, Dorchester, SY 70482 90376, period: modern 130 207
Knapp Mill Avenue, Christchurch 114 233
Interim report of excavation at West Mill, Corfe Castle 119 165
West Mill, Corfe Castle 120 63-67
Abbotsbury Tithe Barn and Mill Farm 120 115
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 117 151-152
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 118 159-160
The Town Mill, Lyme Regis 118 143
Hogford Mill, Pamphill 114 234-7
Christchurch's Port Mill rediscovered 134 200-202
White Mill, Shapwick 111 118
White Mill, Shapwick 115 165
White Mill, Shapwick 116 125-6
White Mill, Shapwick 117 135
Puddletown, Catmead, Mill Street 126 181
Excavations at former Milldown School, Blandford Forum, Dorset, 2015 137 219-231
Former Milldown School, Blandford Forum 137 155
`This frightful blasphemous sect': apocalyptic millenarians in Victorian Dorset 114 13-18
Miller's Farm, Charborough 129 189
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Christchurch, Millhams Street 122 166
Two apparently unrecorded mills at Stockwood 116 140-142
Medieval and post-medieval millstones from The Old Malthouse, Abbotsbury, Dorset 112 141-142
Milton Abbas, Pond Head Cottage 122 169
Well at Milton Abbas 111 114
Milton Road, Milborne St Andrew 114 234
A newly recorded hilltop enclosure at Myncen Farm, Minchington 131 103-112
Portland, Stonehills Mine access road, Weston 122 170
Stonehills Mine, Avalanche Road, Southwell, Portland 137 158
New Norden mine, Corfe Castle 114 247
Jordan's Mine, Portland 128 129
Stonehills Mine, Weston, Portland 136 82
Two minor metal working sites on Portland 126 171-174
Iwerne Minster, 1 Churchill, SY 8680 1446 116 130
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster,
Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
Wimborne Minster, East Borough 120 109
Sir Claude Scott and the development of Lytchett Minster in the nineteenth century 135 33-45
Wimborne Minster, Redcotts Lane 120 109
Lytchett Minster sewerage works, near Poole 114 248
Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne Minster, ST 99856 00686 130 208
Wimborne Minster, Wimborne 111 118
Wimborne Minster 112 122
29 High Street, Wimborne Minster 112 128
Excavations at Church House, Wimborne Minster 113 183
Excavations at 39-69 East Borough, Wimborne Minster 113 183
Pony Drive, Upton, Lytchett Minster 113 185
Wimborne Post Office, East Street, Wimborne Minster 115 150
Brookside Farm, Wimborne Minster 115 162
Wimborne Minster 117 127
Wareham Fishing Club, Holly Hedge Farm, Lytchett Minster 118 148
Rear of 8 The Square, Wimborne Minster 133 114
Land south of Leigh Road, Wimborne Minster 137 161
Leigh Road, Wimborne Minster 137 161
Maps and Minterne Magna, a diverting story 114 1-8
Minterne Magna, Dogbury Plantation 122 169
The Langton Herring mirror and grave goods 135 205-208
A 1st-century AD `Durotrigian' inhumation burial with a decorated Iron Age mirror from Portesham, Dorset 118 51-70
Coins and miscellaneous objects from Goldfields Farm, Farnham, near Blandford 118 151-2
A miscellany of medieval floor-tiles 132 181-182
The Mizmaze at Leigh, near Sherborne, Dorset 111 130-132
Underwater light-trapping of mobile invertebrates in the Fleet lagoon, Dorset 136 30-37
Mobility in Victorian Dorset 129 39-47
Excavations at the former site of the Wimborne Model Town 1991 114 145-150
Wimborne Model Town II 116 132
Wimborne former model town 113 183
Hendrick de Keyser, Nicholas Stone, Inigo Jones and the founding of the modern Portland stone industry 133 33-36
St Ives and British Modernism: an exhibition in Dorchester 137 1-6
Walled garden at Upton House country park, Upton, Poole, SY 99275 92825, period: modern 130 206
Louds Mill allotments, St George's St, Dorchester, SY 70482 90376, period: modern 130 207
South Perrott, Mohun House 124 126
A lower molar of Stereognathus sp. (Reptilia, Therapsida) from the Bathonian of southern England 115 139-141
Carinopis batei: a new bivalve mollusc from the Middle Lias (Lower Jurassic) of the Dorset coast, England 125 119-123
Marine molluscs: Portland Harbour 116 160
Monastic urban speculation: the Cistercians and medieval Charmouth 121 17-21
The late Bronze Age `Ring Money' from Tarrant Rushton 116 133
Matthew Chubb of Dorchester: rapacious moneylender and benevolent philanthropist 112 1-4
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
Photography as a tool for monitoring coastal geological sites 128 189-193
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Freshwater biological monitoring of the Furzebrook Stream (south Dorset) using macroinvertebrates 118 125-131
Monks and nuns in late medieval Dorset (1396-1539) 137 65-104
Durotrigian coins from Winterborne Monkton and Durweston 111 106
Tarrant Monkton henge site, excavation 2005 128 127-128
Manor Farm, Tarrant Monkton 113 185
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
Scheduled monument SM29061, Binnegar Quarry, East Stoke, SY 89272 87740 131 159
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
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
An uncatalogued A. L. Moore and Son stained-glass window: the east window of St Peter's Church, Dorchester 137 18-22
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
Moorfield Road, Portland 129 191
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake
bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
Morcombelake to Charmouth, Stonebarrow Hill 133 107
More Dorset limekilns 117 91-94
Poole Harbour: a review of early and more recent archaeological investigations with evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British salt production 127 53-57
'History in Stone': Hardy, Morris, and architectural preservation 137 23-31
Judy Morris 116 168-169
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
Mortar analysis on walls associated with Abbotsbury Abbey and the sources of sand used in medieval Abbotsbury 128 123-125
A mediaeval stone mortar from Sandford Orcas 113 183
Purbeck mortars from 65 East Street, Corfe Castle 121 133-134
Roman Purbeck Limestone mortars 135 222-234
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
The Halstock Mosaic found in 1817 113 133-138
Brickmaking at Gillingham and Motcombe, Dorset 113 17-22
Brickmaking at Gillingham and Motcombe, Dorset 114 263-264
Waterloo Farm, Motcombe 118 148
1994 moth immigration to Dorset and potential sources of origin 117 169-170
1995 moth immigration to Dorset and potential sources of origin 117 170-172
1996 Moth immigrations to Dorset and potential sources of origin 118 187-190
Moth immigrations to Dorset in 2006 128 175-179
Moth immigrations to Dorset in 2007 129 245-248
Moth immigrations to Dorset in 2008 plus potential sources of origin 130 257-259
1997 moth immigrations to Dorset 119 204-206
1998 moth immigrations to Dorset 120 135-137
2000 moth immigrations to Dorset 122 194
2001 moth immigrations to Dorset 123 147
2002 moth immigrations to Dorset 124 157-159
2003 moth immigrations to Dorset 125 198-202
2004 moth immigrations to Dorset 126 218-220
1994 moth records 117 167-168
1995 moth records 117 168-169
Moth report 1996 118 175-177
Dorset moths 1997 119 199-201
Motor Project building, Dorchester 113 175
Moulds of small-scale mud diapirs or gas-bubble structures? 127 156-158
The Revd Henry Moule, cholera and Fordington 1854 131 35-37
Excavation of ovens and burnt mound at Seatown, Chideock 137 162-163
Geophysical survey of Long Mound, Beacon Knap, Swyre 135 201-202
Interim report on the excavation of three Bronze Age burial mounds
on Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel, SY 40552 92706 133 109-110
Chideock, Doghouse Hill, excavation of prehistoric occupation evidence and record of newly identified pillow mounds 131 164-166
A ninth century mount from Bowleaze Cove, Weymouth 113 184
Carolingian mount from Wareham 113 184
69 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Weymouth 133 113
Mount Pleasant from the air 126 7-14
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
Mrs Alicia Moore, dedicatee of Henry Rowland Brown's 1859 guidebook Beauties of Lyme Regis 136 57-62
The wreck of the MSC Napoli and its effect on the Dorset coast 128 187-189
Hod Hill: `Too much wasted by cultivation for definite survey' 129 97-103
Moulds of small-scale mud diapirs or gas-bubble structures? 127 156-158
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
Fossil cephalopod jaws from the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of South Somerset 133 117-125
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
Multi-period finds from Quarleston Farm, Winterborne Stickland, 1994-5 125 147-150
Manor Farm, Portesham, Dorset: excavations on a multi-period religious and settlement site 125 23-69
Yetminster, sewer replacement, ST 59724 11006 to ST 59223 11299 via ST 59127 11144, multi-period 130 205-206
27 East St, Bridport, ST 46722 92960, multi-period 130 206
St Nicholas Church, Child Okeford, ST 83500 12700, multi-period 130 207
Dorchester, land to the rear of the Old Fire Station, Trinity St, SY 6914 9041, multi-period 130 208
A multi-phase site at Barton Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset 137 187-204
Mumming Plays in Hardy's Wessex 135 86-148
The Dorset County Museum barrel organ 137 7-17
Extension to Shaftesbury Museum, Gold Hill, Shaftesbury 133 108
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
Proposed extension, Lyme Regis Museum 128 131
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
'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 muster roll of the Dorset Volunteer Rangers, 1799 134 56-60
Numbers of Mute Swans on the Fleet lagoon, Dorset, UK, AD 1808-2008, and their likely effects on nutrient loadings 130 175-182
Sixpenny Handley: Myncen Farm 1997 119 169-172
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm: interim report 1999 121 159-60
A newly recorded hilltop enclosure at Myncen Farm, Minchington 131 103-112
Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset - interim report 118 155-157
Interim report on excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 1998 120 91-94
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, 2001 123 119
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset: a summary report 128 53-60
Excavations at Myncen Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Dorset 122 153
Sixpenny Handley, Myncen Farm 121 160-1
The Poets' Christmas Eve: mythology into verse 135 56-61

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