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Plan of Hive Beach, with eroding building, supplement to vol.135 p.237-240 136 185
The Painted Lady migration in Dorset 1996 118 183-187
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid gastropod Bathrotomaria rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
Palaeoenvironmental and archaeological investigations on Wyke Down and in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England 122 53-71
Knowlton Circles, palaeoenvironmental assessment 116 119
Note on the use of Tertiary 'Heathstone' in buildings over the area of outcrop of the Palaeogene
in the Isle of Purbeck, south-central and east Dorset 137 129-136
Re-investigations of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology and deposits at Corfe Mullen 130 195-198
Late Palaeolithic site, Castletown, Portland, Dorset 125 13-21
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
Palaeopathological investigations into the articulated human skeletal remains from Old St Andrew's Church, Portland, Dorset 127 67-76
Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibunda (Pallas, 1771) (Amphibia, Ranidae) in Dorset 131 171-172
Archaeological investigation following the discovery of a hoard of palstaves
near New Inn Farmhouse, Marnhull, Dorset 112 131-138
Aurea Pamela Hoare (1915-2008) 132 217-218
Pamela May Cunningham 115 201-202
Pamphill, a round barrow at Old Lawn Farm 121 151
Pamphill, Abbott Street Copse 120 112
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, High Hall 120 105
Barford Farm, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy estate 133 107-108
545 Abbot Street, Pamphill, Kingston Lacy Estate 137 164
Pamphill, Kingston Lacy House 123 129-30
Pamphill, Lodge Farm 122 162-3
Pamphill Manor House 114 244
Pamphill, service room, Walnut Farm House 125 170
Kingston Lacy House, Pamphill, south lawn evaluation excavation 136 80-81
Evaluation excavation within High Wood, Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill, ST 969 032, interim report 130 209-211
Pamphill, Walnut Farmhouse 120 112-3
Abbot's Street Copse, Pamphill, Wimborne 118 137
A double ring ditched, Bronze Age barrow at Barford Farm, Pamphill 111 31-55
Lodge Farm and Badbury Park, Pamphill 111 112-4
Hogford Mill, Pamphill 114 234-7
Additional ring ditches on the Kingston Lacy estate, Pamphill 124 122
Geophysical survey on Bradford Down, Pamphill 124 122
Geophysical survey of the South Lawn, Kingston Lacy Park, Pamphill 135 199-200
Alton Pancras 120 115
Dorset and Disease: recent work on past pandemics 131 1
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
Dorchester, Mariner's Parade, 41 High East Street 120 103
Christchurch, Paradise Walk 131 170
The Downland Parish - Gussage All Saints in the 17th century 119 1-18
The rural parish church in Dorset in the eighteenth century 115 21-28
Excavations at the parish church of All Saints, Chalbury, Dorset 1989 112 43-50
Chalbury, Parish Church of All Saints 126 194
Swanage, parish church of St Mary 127 153
Winterborne Came and Piddletrenthide parish churches 111 114
Survey and excavation at Knowlton Rings, Woodland Parish, Dorset 1993-5 117 131-2
Hampreston: A parish in the counties of Dorset and Hampshire 135 311-315
Parish life in Dorset during the early 17th century 114 9-12
A hedge survey in the parish of Cerne Abbas 123 114
Excavations in the parish of Compton Valence 113 173
Romano-British sites in the parish of Sandford Orcas, Dorset 126 43-62
Proposed site of new Parish Room, Whitchurch Canonicorum 117 127
Ancient, civil and ecclesiastical parishes in Dorset 137 34-45
The Dorset county boundary at Biddlesgate, between the parishes
of Cranborne (Dorset) and Damerham (Hampshire from 1885; formerly Wiltshire) 135 325-333
Nine borderland parishes of north Dorset, a preliminary survey 129 200
Further borderland parishes of North Dorset 130 228-232
The building stones of Dorset: part 1, the western parishes, Upper Greensand Chert and Lower Lias 114 161-168
The building stones of Dorset, part 4: the northern parishes
which use Forest Marble and Cornbrash limestones 117 95-100
Southwest Dorset hedges, a survey of Osmington and east Preston parishes 126 119-125
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
A new ring ditch in Woodlands parish 112 114
September 13, Hawkchurch parish 136 193
Swannery car park, Abbotsbury 115 160
Swanage, Durlston Country Park and Castle 126 192
Kimmeridge Bay, upper car park and quayside 131 156-157
Stour Park, Blandford St Mary 115 147
Dorchester, WDDC car park, Colliton Street 122 173
Park Cottages, Winterborne Tomson, Anderson 134 157
Dorchester, Members' car park, County Hall 122 162
Upton Country Park, Creekmoor, Poole 117 125
Dorchester, Top o'Town Car Park CSO 125 166
A temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
Middle Fairfield car park, Dorchester, SY 69000 90120 131 160-161
Trinity Street car park, Dorchester 113 174-5
Land by Castle Park, Dorchester 136 79
The graphoceratid ammonite succession in the Aalenian and lowest Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) at Horn Park, Dorset, UK 118 85-106
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
Holmwood Park Farm, Ferndown 137 157
Upton Country Park, Upton Park Farm, Poole 136 81-82
A new Lateglacial open-air site at Deer Park Farm, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset 120 85-88
Gillingham, Park Farm 122 167
Gillingham, Park Farm 125 160
Holmwood Park, Ferndown 136 79
Hamworthy, Hamworthy Park, flood defences 126 189
Land adjacent to Brickfields Business Park, Gillingham 133 106
Rushmore Park Golf Course, Woodcutts Common, Sixpenny Handley 118 149
Burton Bradstock, Hive Beach car park improvements 131 159
Lodge Farm and Badbury Park, Pamphill 111 112-4
Geophysical survey of the South Lawn, Kingston Lacy Park, Pamphill 135 199-200
Weymouth Bay holiday park, Preston 120 108
Central Park restaurant, Poole 115 161
Corfe Mullen, High Park Road 122 173
Thornhill Park, Stalbridge 128 132
June 30, Durlston Country Park (Swanage), Yellow Vetchling survey 136 192
Dorchester, Charles St car park, SY 6935 9050 130 207
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
Rempstone Centre car park, Wareham 114 248
Pound Lane car park, Wareham 133 111
West Lulworth, Lulworth Park water pipeline 120 119
The decline of Holt Forest, Chase and Park, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, in the 17th century (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 129 1-16
Stapehill Solar Park, Wimborne 137 161
July 20, Durlston Country Park, Yellow Vetchling survey 136 192-193
Pinford Bridge in Sherborne Park 117 15-19
Dorchester, Colliton Park 122 166
Weymouth, Guildhall car park 122 172
Dorchester, Colliton Park 123 128
Bournemouth, Queen's Park 126 177-178
Burton Bradstock, WWII building at Hive Beach car park 131 157
Frampton House, Frampton Park 136 79-80
Parley Court Farm, Hurn 115 149
Parley Court Farm near Christchurch 112 128
West Parley, Poor Common 120 107
New riding arena, Parnham House, Beaminster 128 130
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
Shaftesbury, Parsons Pool 125 162
Dorset Dolines, part 1: the Higher Kingston Road cutting 112 105-108
The building stones of Dorset: part 1, the western parishes, Upper Greensand Chert and Lower Lias 114 161-168
Dorset Dolines: Part 2, Bronkham Hill 113 149-155
Building stones of Dorset, part 2: Chideock to Broadwindsor - Middle and Upper Lias 115 133-139
Dorset Dolines: part 3, Eocene pockets and gravel pipes in the Chalk of St Oswald's Bay 117 109-116
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
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part I, the carnivorous dinosaurs (Saurischia, Theropoda) 130 133-147
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part II, the sauropod dinosaurs (Saurischia, Sauropoda) with additional comments on the theropods 131 113-126
Dinosaurs of Dorset: Part III, the ornithischian dinosaurs (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) with additional comments on the sauropods 132 145-163
A geological map of Purbeck Beds in the northern part of Durlston Bay 113 145-148
Plant galls of South Haven Peninsula, part of the Studland national nature reserve: a Diver Project report 137 137-140
Passaloecus eremita Kohl, a sphecid wasp new to Dorset 116 161-162
Dorset and Disease: recent work on past pandemics 131 1
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
Dorchester, 33 Glyde Path Road 120 103
Sherborne Abbey Close (pathway), Sherborne, ST 63806 16474 131 161
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
Alan Paul Carr 1930-2000 123 153
Sea Pea, Abbotsbury Pease 133 126
A dove of peace from Litton Cheney 121 134-135
Gillingham, Peache Marsh 122 167-8
Burngate Pearce's Quarry, Langton Matravers 129 188
Sea Pea, Abbotsbury Pease 133 126
Beaver, Castor fiber L. from offshore peat beds near Abbotsbury 123 110
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
Philip Browne: The unfortunate Captain Peirce and the wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, 1786 137 273
Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibunda (Pallas, 1771) (Amphibia, Ranidae) in Dorset 131 171-172
Land east of Shaftesbury: The Maltings and Pembroke Gate 133 109
June 4 and October 1, Howse Coppice to Pen Wood (Halstock (Dorset), Hardington Mandeville and Closworth (Somerset)) 136 199-200
A late Bronze Age penannular ring from Gussage All Saints 120 121
A lead pendant from Cerne Abbas 133 73-74
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Botanical diversity in clearings created around Little Sea, Studland Peninsula,
Dorset, monitored between 1996 and 2005 128 87-94
Plant galls of South Haven Peninsula, part of the Studland national nature reserve: a Diver Project report 137 137-140
Goathorn Peninsula, Studland 114 238
John Fitzgerald Pennie - `Sylvaticus' (1782-1848) 118 7-12
Portland, Pennsylvania Castle 125 168
Penny's Farm, Cranborne 114 233
Excavations at Penny's Farm, Cranborne 122 83-97
Penny's Farm II, Cranborne 118 139
Pentridge, Bowling Green Lane 126 190
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
Hardy performed: Thomas Hardy and the stage 132 63-72
Sherborne School for Boys, ST 63735 16541, period: medieval 130 208
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
Lyme Regis: Trade and Population 1575-1725. A period of decline? (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 120 1-17
Affpuddle, SY 80006 94417 to ST 80737 93882, period: post-medieval 130 208
Forston WTW, Charminster, SY 66690 94947, period: Roman, Late Iron Age 130 208
Dorchester, 30 Trinity St, SY 69152 90555, period: Roman 130 205
Harper House, Hound St, Sherborne, ST 63960 16660, period unknown 130 206
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds (Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
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
South Perrott, Mohun House 124 126
Portland, Perryfield and Coombefield Quarries 122 169-70
Perryfield Quarry, Portland 129 191
Thomas Weld's chapel - a perspective on Catholicism in Dorset 120 98-100
Melbury Abbas: Medieval pottery in perspective 115 111-119
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
Church of St Peter, Pimperne 129 188
St Peter's Catholic School, Bournemouth 137 155
An uncatalogued A. L. Moore and Son stained-glass window: the east window of St Peter's Church, Dorchester 137 18-22
Petersham Farm, Holt 117 125
Petitions for constructing and reforming Dorset houses of correction c. 1625-39 131 39-44
`The Ramblers', Bradford Peverell, Dorchester 117 123
Bradford Peverell, Home Barn 126 188
Bradford Peverell inhumation cemetery 111 110-1
Bradford Peverell pipeline scheme, SY 66712 92604 to SY 70798 90258 131 159-160
Observations at Bradford Peverell 114 247
Whitfield, Bradford Peverell 115 147
4 Frome View, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Manor House, Bradford Peverell 116 119
Corner plot, Bradford Peverell 116 129
`The Ramblers', Bradford Peverell 118 145
Wareham Hospital phase 2 extension 113 185
Poundbury phase II, Dorchester 118 134
The Durotriges Project, phase one: an interim statement 135 217-221
The Durotriges Project, phase three: an interim statement 137 173-177
The Durotriges Project, Phase Two: an interim statement 136 157-161
Matthew Chubb of Dorchester: rapacious moneylender and benevolent philanthropist 112 1-4
Philanthus triangulum (Fabricus) (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae): the first Dorset records since 1829 116 162
Philip Arthur Rahtz (1921-2011) 134 272-275
Philip Browne: The unfortunate Captain Peirce and the wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, 1786 137 273
Philip George Heyworth Hopkins 112 167
Philip Rahtz (1921-2011) 133 186-188
Philip Whatmoor 111 157
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 120 110
Corfe Castle, photogrammetric survey 121 151
Air photographic evidence for settlements at Chescombe, Winterborne Whitechurch 117 147-149
Archaeological sites identified from aerial photographs 116 121-2
Photography as a tool for monitoring coastal geological sites 128 189-193
Aerial photography: new sites 112 128
Dorchester, Physiques and Shapes Health Club, The Grove 125 164
The excavation of a cremation burial on Little Piddle Down, Piddlehinton 112 129-131
The excavation of a cremation burial on Little Piddle Down, Piddlehinton 112 129-131
A newly discovered Roman villa at Druce Farm, Piddlehinton 133 108
Winterborne Came and Piddletrenthide parish churches 111 114
Dole's Ash Farm, Piddletrenthide 111 107
Evaluation at Southcombe, Piddletrenthide 114 238
Southcombe, Piddletrenthide 117 137
Piddletrenthide 126 190
Witchampton chess pieces 136 153-156
The Pig on the Beach, Studland 136 83
Further monitoring of A37 road improvements near the Clay Pigeon café, Frome St Quintin 116 130
Hamworthy, former Pilkington's tile factory, Shapwick Road 127 152
The strategy and tactics of World War II pillboxes 133 174-176
Chideock, Doghouse Hill, excavation of prehistoric occupation evidence and record of newly identified pillow mounds 131 164-166
Pimperne, east of Newfield Road 127 150
Pimperne, Manor Farm 124 126
Pimperne, new water main 124 128
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
Church of St Peter, Pimperne 129 188
Pinford Bridge in Sherborne Park 117 15-19
Pinhorn Nurseries, Alderholt 117 123
Water pipe trench, Cross-ridge Dyke, Fontmell Down 119 175
Water pipe trench, Hod Hill, Stourpaine 119 175
Durweston pipeline, Durweston 118 147
Empool pipeline, East Stoke to West Knighton 111 111
Observations on a pipeline in the Vale of Marshwood 113 184-5
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age pits, and a section of Roman road on a pipeline near Lodge Farm, Pamphill, Dorset 111 15-29
Pipeline observations, Wareham to Stoborough main 113 174
Bradford Peverell pipeline scheme, SY 66712 92604 to SY 70798 90258 131 159-160
Observations on a pipeline: Sturminster Marshall to Blandford St Mary 113 168-9
Ryall pipeline, Whitchurch Canonicorum 111 111
Observations on the Purbeck to Southampton pipeline 111 122-124
Boyne Hollow water pipeline 113 170
Observations on the Stoke Wake to Ansty water pipeline 113 185
Duntish water pipeline 118 147
Beaminster, Langdon source nitrates pipeline 120 115
West Lulworth, Lulworth Park water pipeline 120 119
Dorset Dolines: part 3, Eocene pockets and gravel pipes in the Chalk of St Oswald's Bay 117 109-116
Nine-spined Stickleback Pungitius pungitius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Gasterosteidae) in Dorset 131 171
Land adjacent to Doreys Pit, Arne, Church Knowle and Steeple Parishes 133 103
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit
at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
Shillingstone, White Pit Farm 123 130
Evershot Pit, regionally important geological site (RIGS) 118 164-167
Land adjacent to Povington Pit, Steeple 133 110-111
Neolithic pits and a Bronze Age field system at Middle Farm, Dorchester 126 15-25
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age pits, and a section of Roman road on a pipeline near Lodge Farm, Pamphill, Dorset 111 15-29
Pits and pottery: some evidence for Beaker activity at Bryanston School 137 205-218
Steeple, Povington Pit 122 170-1
Lieutenant-General Pitt-Rivers in Dorset 132 17-20
Have pity! Late slaves of the Turks 131 45-51
The Celtic place name "Loders" 119 183
Egglisham, a lost Dorchester place name 116 139-140
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
Sherborne, The Conduit, Market Place 126 195
`Wyndings', Plaisters Lane, Sutton Poyntz 118 149
Plan of Hive Beach, with eroding building, supplement to vol.135 p.237-240 136 185
Some Dorset plant gall record highlights 135 351-352
Dorset plant gall report 2008-2011 133 135-138
Plant Gall report 2008 130 260-263
Plant galls of South Haven Peninsula, part of the Studland national nature reserve: a Diver Project report 137 137-140
Minterne Magna, Dogbury Plantation 122 169
Steeple, North Hills Plantation 122 170
Gussage St Michael, Dorset: Roman occupation near Drive Plantation 124 127-128
Lower plants 116 158-159
The Dorchester Debating Society and the Hardy Players (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 130 167-174
Mumming Plays in Hardy's Wessex 135 86-148
69 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Weymouth 133 113
Mount Pleasant from the air 126 7-14
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
Notes on a specimen of the plesiosaur Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) from the Lower Lias of Charmouth 125 101-104
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
A new plesiosaurid specimen from the Sinemurian, Lower Jurassic, of Southern England 122 129-138
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
A juvenile speciment of ?Plesiosaurus sp. from the Lias (Lower Jurassic, Pliensbachian) near Charmouth, Dorset, England 116 71-76
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid
gastropod Bathrotomaria rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
A juvenile speciment of ?Plesiosaurus sp. from the Lias (Lower Jurassic, Pliensbachian) near Charmouth, Dorset, England 116 71-76
The Weymouth Bay pliosaur, a major new display specimen for the Dorset County Museum 132 188
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
Plot 1, Church Lane, Sutton Waldron 117 126
Corner plot, Bradford Peverell 116 129
Moth immigrations to Dorset in 2008 plus potential sources of origin 130 257-259
Dorset Dolines: part 3, Eocene pockets and gravel pipes in the Chalk of St Oswald's Bay 117 109-116
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
William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
The Poets' Christmas Eve: mythology into verse 135 56-61
Further archaeological investigations near Cleavel Point, Ower peninsula, Corfe Castle, Dorset 113 174
Ammonites from the Oxford Clay near Budmouth School and Tidmoor Point,
Weymouth, and their bearing on the Callovian/ Oxfordian boundary 119 117-127
Worked Portland chert and flint from Tidmoor Point 111 105
A polished flint axe from Toller Porcorum 118 154
Milton Abbas, Pond Head Cottage 122 169
54 Coy Pond Road, Poole 128 131
Some observations recording the occurrence and colonization by Odonata during the first seven years of a newly-created pond's
existence (April-October 2004-10) on Bank Gate Heath on the Arne nature reserve of the RSPB at Arne, near Wareham, Dorset 137 118-128
The macro-invertebrates of fourteen West Dorset ponds (Mansel-Pleydell prize essay) 114 221-226
Pony Drive, Upton, Lytchett Minster 113 185
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
Poole, 1 High Street 120 118
Poole, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy 131 157
Poole, 19 High Street 131 169
Poole, 7 Market Close 120 118
Species recorded on artificial and natural reefs, Poole Bay, 1989-1996 121 113-122
Poole, Blandford Close, Hamworthy 125 167
Poole: Blandford Road, Hamworthy 120 105
Poole, Canford Heath 131 170
Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman settlement and salt production site at Shapwick Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, 2005-6 130 63-98
Poole, Green Island (NGR 400950 086695) 130 207
Poole Harbour: a review of early and more recent archaeological investigations with evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British salt production 127 53-57
Poole Harbour, Furzey Island 125 171
Population structure and secondary production of the ragworm Hediste (Nereis) diversicolor in Poole Harbour, UK 129 163-174
The history and ecology of Spartina anglica in Poole Harbour 119 147-158
An archaeological investigation of Russel Quay, Poole Harbour 125 93-99
Green Island, Poole Harbour 132 185
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental assessment of seven streams entering Poole harbour 137 105-117
Poole, Hill Street 120 118
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Poole, new First School, Blandford Road, Hamworthy 125 161
Poole Pottery, The Quay, Poole 115 161
Poole Power Station site, Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole 129 191
Poole, Proos Roofing Supplies, Rigler Road, Hamworthy 125 167
Poole, Shapwick Road, Hamworthy 122 164
Poole, Shapwick Road, Hamworthy 125 156
Poole shipping in the eighteenth century 116 21-25
Poole, St Aubyn's Court Road 125 167
Walled garden at Upton House country park, Upton, Poole, SY 99275 92825, period: modern 130 206
Canford Heath Middle School, Poole 113 185
Seldown School, Poole 113 185
Lower Constitution Hill, Poole 114 237
Wheelers Land, Bearwood, Poole 114 237
Lytchett Minster sewerage works, near Poole 114 248
Observations in Poole 114 248
Manton Road, Hamworthy, Poole 115 149
Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 115 149
Central Park restaurant, Poole 115 161
King's Head, High Street, Poole 115 161
Poole Pottery, The Quay, Poole 115 161
Wheelers Lane, Bearwood, Poole 115 161
Guildhall, Market Street, Poole 115 164
Knighton Farm, Borough of Poole 115 165
Bearwood Primary School, Wheeler's Lane, Poole 116 131
42/ 44 West Street, Poole 117 125
The new Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 117 125
Upton Country Park, Creekmoor, Poole 117 125
71 Lake Drive, Hamworthy, Poole 117 137
Customs House, The Quay, Poole 117 137
New Quay Road, Hamworthy, Poole 117 137
Highmoor Farm, Talbot Village, Poole 118 134
Magna Road, Poole 118 135
Bull Lane, Poole 118 143
35/ 37 High Street, Poole 118 148
4 Market Street, Old Town, Poole 118 148
Rear of 40/ 42 High Street, Poole 118 148
The Jolly Sailor, The Quay, Poole 118 148
A ship's timber from Sandbanks, Poole 118 153-4
A new Mesolithic site in Poole 124 129
James Brothers site, 19 Blandford Road, Hamworthy, Poole 128 129
54 Coy Pond Road, Poole 128 131
Thames St, Poole 129 188
New fire station, Marshes End, Poole 129 190
Poole Power Station site, Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole 129 191
Lower Hamworthy, Poole 133 108
Upton Country Park, Upton Park Farm, Poole 136 81-82
Corfe Hills Roman road, Poole 136 81
Shaftesbury, Parsons Pool 125 162
West Parley, Poor Common 120 107
A. Eccles, Vagrancy in law and practice under the Old Poor Law 135 334-335
Water main repair, Poor Lot, Kingston Russell 129 190
From poorhouse to workhouse? The erosion of publicly owned housing in rural Dorset after 1834 131 65-78
Lyme Regis: Trade and Population 1575-1725. A period of decline? (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 120 1-17
Nail Fungus Poronia punctata in Dorset, 1999 to 2005: population changes and ecological observations 127 95-99
Population structure and secondary production of the ragworm Hediste (Nereis) diversicolor in Poole Harbour, UK 129 163-174
Moors Valley Country Park: effects of construction on local Odonata population 111 140-143
Toller Porcorum: Church Mead 119 163
Toller Porcorum excavations 1991, interim report 113 178-180
Toller Porcorum excavations 1993 115 158
Toller Porcorum, School Lane 120 106
Toller Porcorum 112 123-4
Toller Porcorum 114 244-5
Tooler Porcorum 114 249-250
High Street, Toller Porcorum 115 150
High Street, Toller Porcorum 116 126-8
A polished flint axe from Toller Porcorum 118 154
Nail Fungus Poronia punctata in Dorset, 1999 to 2005: population changes and ecological observations 127 95-99
Observations concerning the ecology of Nail Fungus Poronia
punctata, recently rediscovered in Dorset 121 129-132
New car port, 9 North St, Charminster 129 189-190
Portland Port, inner breakwater 125 168
Christchurch's Port Mill rediscovered 134 200-202
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 2012 134 162
Portable Antiquities Scheme 2013 135 235-236
Portable Antiquities Scheme 2014 136 86-87
Portable Antiquities Scheme, 2015 137 165-166
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2006 128 133-136
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2007 129 193-194
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2009 132 177-178
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2010 and 2011 133 99-100
Finds reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme 130 219-221
Portesham, 13 Front Street, SY 6030 8592 116 130
Portesham, 22 Front Street 126 190
Portesham, Corton Farm 120 105
Manor Farm, Portesham, Dorset: excavations on a multi-period religious and settlement site 125 23-69
A 1st-century AD `Durotrigian' inhumation burial with a decorated Iron Age mirror from Portesham, Dorset 118 51-70
Portesham: Front Street 119 161-2
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 163
Portesham, Manor Farm 122 169
A late mediaeval silver ring from Portesham 111 114
Hewish Hill drill site, Portesham 113 168
A mediaeval gold ring from Friar Waddon, Portesham 114 252
22 Front Street, Portesham 116 131
Fieldwork and excavations at Portesham 117 133
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
Portland, 18 Sweethill Road, Southwell 125 161
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
Portland, care and custody unit, HM YOI 125 167
Portland Castle, Castletown, Portland 134 159
Excavations and building recording at Portland Castle 124 123-124
Worked Portland chert and flint from Tidmoor Point 111 105
Portland, Coombefield Quarry, Southwell 120 118
Portland, Coombefield Quarry 127 153
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
Late Palaeolithic site, Castletown, Portland, Dorset 125 13-21
Palaeopathological investigations into the articulated human skeletal remains from Old St Andrew's Church, Portland, Dorset 127 67-76
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland Stone Formation (Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
Portland, Easton 125 157
Portland, Easton 125 167
Marine molluscs: Portland Harbour 116 160
Portland House, Belle Vue Road, Weymouth 133 113
Weston Road archaeological site, Portland: interim report 128 106-110
Portland, land off Reap Lane, Southwell 122 163-4
Portland, laundry shed extension, HM YOI 125 167
Portland, new Southwell Pre-school building 131 169-170
Portland, Osprey Quay 125 168
Portland, Pennsylvania Castle 125 168
Portland, Perryfield and Coombefield Quarries 122 169-70
Portland Port, inner breakwater 125 168
Portland, Reap Land sewer, Southwell 122 173
Portland, Reap Lane, Southwell 131 159
Ferrybridge, Portland Road, Wyke Regis, Weymouth 117 127
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
Portland, Royal Manor Schoool, Weston 127 150
Occurrence of Foraminifera in the Portland Stone formation (Portlandian, Upper Jurassic) of Holworth 115 178-179
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland
Stone Formation (Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
Hendrick de Keyser, Nicholas Stone, Inigo Jones and the founding of the modern Portland stone industry 133 33-36
Portland, Stonehills Mine access road, Weston 122 170
Discovery of an 18th-century sailing vessel carrying Portland Stone 128 187
Portland, The Verne 120 118
Portland, Weston 126 190
The Occurrence of Megalosaurs in the Portlandian of Dorset 113 196
Occurrence of Foraminifera in the Portland Stone formation (Portlandian, Upper Jurassic) of Holworth 115 178-179
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid gastropod Bathrotomaria rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
Cist burial, Portland 111 106-7
Proposed new barrackmaster's workshop, RNAS Portland 117 137-140
`Old Med', Southwell, Portland 118 148-9
Excavations of previously unknown buildings in the grounds of St Stephen's Vicarage, Grove, Portland 121 69-75
Two minor metal working sites on Portland 126 171-174
Royal Manor School, Portland 128 127
91 Weston Road, Portland 128 129-130
Jordan's Mine, Portland 128 129
Land off Augusta Road, Portland 128 129
Land at Ladymead Close, Easton, Portland 128 131
Proposed dwelling adjacent to 10a Sweet Hill Road, Southwell, Portland 128 131
Weston Road, Portland 129 188
Moorfield Road, Portland 129 191
New residential development, Grange Croft Road, Weston, Portland 129 191
Perryfield Quarry, Portland 129 191
Recently discovered wreck off Portland 130 268
17 Sweethill Road, Southwell, Portland 133 108
Portland Castle, Castletown, Portland 134 159
Land to the west of Reap Lane, Southwell, Portland 135 200-201
Limekilns at Inmosthay Industrial Estate, Inmosthay, Portland 135 200
Land south of 44C--62 Weston Street, Portland 136 82
Stonehills Mine, Weston, Portland 136 82
Rear of 95-127 Reforne, Portland 137 158
Stonehills Mine, Avalanche Road, Southwell, Portland 137 158
Portman House, Durweston 116 130
A first-century Roman copper-alloy portrait bust from Tarrant Rushton 137 167-172
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
Possible barrow at Church Knowle 111 105
Lyme Regis, possible enclosure 120 121
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
Wimborne Post Office, East Street, Wimborne Minster 115 150
Dewlish Roman Villa: post-excavation report 2011 133 65-66
Dewlish Roman villa: post-excavation report 2012 134 157-158
Dewlish Roman villa: post-excavation report 2013 135 203-204
Dewlish Roman Villa, post-excavation report 2014 136 85
The Godwin family and William Jones: Lesser-known builders of post-fire Blandford 129 175-177
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
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
An Unusual Post-Medieval Pottery Handle from Lyme Regis 127 141
Affpuddle, SY 80006 94417 to ST 80737 93882, period: post-medieval 130 208
Another pot by Robert Shering of Verwood 121 135-136
A Civil War pot from Corfe Castle 118 150-1
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
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 2008 plus potential sources of origin 130 257-259
Verwood, Potters Wheel 122 164
Mortlake and Grooved Ware pottery associated with worked stone in a pit at Lambert's Hill, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset 136 144-148
Some mediaeval pottery at Shaftesbury 112 139-141
Bronze Age pottery from Corfe Common 114 251
Deverel-Rimbury pottery from Litton Cheney 125 142-4
A group of early 13th-century pottery from Sherborne Old Castle and its wider context 125 71-82
Early medieval pottery from Studland Bay 129 271
A group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
An Unusual Post-Medieval Pottery Handle from Lyme Regis 127 141
Melbury Abbas: Medieval pottery in perspective 115 111-119
Oxford Clay at Pottery Lane, Westham, near Weymouth 122 178
The late Iron Age and Romano-British pottery production sites at Redcliff, Arne and Stoborough 124 45-99
Pits and pottery: some evidence for Beaker activity at Bryanston School 137 205-218
Poole Pottery, The Quay, Poole 115 161
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
The pottery 136 108-122
Two round barrows and flintwork on Pound Hill, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset 111 120-121
Pound Lane car park, Wareham 133 111
Bellevue, Pound Lane, Wareham, SY 9205 8729 131 155
'Bellevue', Pound Lane, Wareham 137 159-160
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
Dorchester, Poundbury community woodland 120 103-4
Dorchester, land to the west and south-west of Poundbury Farm, 2000-2001 125 154-6
The 1986 Poundbury hoard of 3rd-century Antoniniani 125 150-152
Poundbury phase II, Dorchester 118 134
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
Dorchester, Poundbury West industrial estate 127 148
Dorchester, Poundbury West industrial estate 127 150
Dorchester: proposed sports centre and cemetery, Poundbury 119 160
Dorchester, new cemetery and sports centre, Poundbury 125 157-9
Dorchester, Bridport Road, Poundbury 125 166
Dorchester, Damers First School and Poundbury 127 148
Land adjacent to Povington Pit, Steeple 133 110-111
Steeple, Povington Pit 122 170-1
Poole Power Station site, Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole 129 191
Powerstock, land adjacent to the Old Forge 126 195
The opening of Powerstock school 133 51-53
Wytherston, near Powerstock 118 135
Sutton Poyntz, spring recording 125 170
Sutton Poyntz, Springhead public house 120 114
Sutton Poyntz, supply main 125 168
Sutton Poyntz water treatment works 115 150
Proposed dwelling at 116 Sutton Road, Sutton Poyntz, Weymouth 129 192
Sutton Poyntz 115 153-5
`Springhead' public house, Sutton Poyntz 118 136
`Wyndings', Plaisters Lane, Sutton Poyntz 118 149
The Great Eastern Number 1 funnel revealed at Sutton Poyntz 124 116
How the Newburghs of Lulworth came to own Sutton Poyntz 135 46-55
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. Eccles, Vagrancy in law and practice under the Old Poor Law 135 334-335
Predation amongst Jurassic Marine Reptiles 113 202-5
Excavations of a prehistoric ceremonial complex at Ogden Down, Gussage St Michael 114 240-244
Symondsbury, excavation of prehistoric flints at Thorncombe Beacon 126 186-187
A note on reconstructing the prehistoric landscape environment in Cranborne Chase; the Allen valley 120 39-44
Chideock, Doghouse Hill, excavation of prehistoric occupation evidence and record of newly identified pillow mounds 131 164-166
Later prehistoric settlement at Wood Hill, Charlton Down, Dorset 137 264-270
Two new prehistoric sites on Sopley Common, Hurn 111 105
Bradford Abbas: a field survey of the prehistory 114 77-88
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland Stone Formation (Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
Fossil beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset - a preliminary report 121 107-112
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
Nine borderland parishes of north Dorset, a preliminary survey 129 200
Portland, new Southwell Pre-school building 131 169-170
'History in Stone': Hardy, Morris, and architectural preservation 137 23-31
The Press Gang in Dorset 124 11-19
Preston: Bowleaze Cove Romano-British building 136 88-98
Southwest Dorset hedges, a survey of Osmington and east Preston parishes 126 119-125
Overcombe Down, Preston sewerage rising main 125 167
Overcombe Down, Preston sewerage 125 166-7
St Andrew's Church, Preston, Weymouth 133 113
Weymouth Bay holiday park, Preston 120 108
Weymouth, Preston 126 191
'Pretending to be seafaring men': vagrancy law and forgery with special reference to eighteenth-century Dorset 133 1-8
Excavations of previously unknown buildings in the grounds of St Stephen's Vicarage, Grove, Portland 121 69-75
Two previously unrecorded earthworks on White Nothe 129 274
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
Wimborne, The Priest's House, High Street 124 125
Winton Primary School, Bournemouth 114 247
Bearwood Primary School, Wheeler's Lane, Poole 116 131
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
Bridport, Priory Lane 120 102
All'Antica ornament during the first Renaissance in England: the case of the Draper chapel at Christchurch Priory 129 25-37
East Holme Priory 133 106
Caught on camera: five Dorset prisoners in Victorian England 134 24-37
Disease and death in Dorset prisons in the eighteenth century 131 29-33
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
Weymouth's Spas: Nottington and Radipole (a Mansell-Pleydell prize essay 1994) 116 33-44
The macro-invertebrates of fourteen West Dorset ponds (Mansel-Pleydell prize essay) 114 221-226
Privateers and prizes: how Weymouth profited from war, 1715-1815 (Mansel-Pleydell essay 2003) 126 1-6
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
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
Population structure and secondary production of the ragworm Hediste (Nereis) diversicolor in Poole Harbour, UK 129 163-174
Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman settlement and salt production
site at Shapwick Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, 2005-6 130 63-98
A Late Iron Age Settlement and Black-Burnished Ware (BB1) Production
Site at Worgret, near Wareham, Dorset (1986-7) 113 55-105
The late Iron Age and Romano-British pottery production sites at Redcliff, Arne and Stoborough 124 45-99
Poole Harbour: a review of early and more recent archaeological investigations with evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British salt production 127 53-57
Privateers and prizes: how Weymouth profited from war, 1715-1815 (Mansel-Pleydell essay 2003) 126 1-6
Research in progress: Biostratinomic investigations of shell beds in the Purbeck formation 117 154-155
Database of the Roman Purbeck stone industry: a progress report 126 170-171
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
The Stour Valley Gravels project, 1989 interim report 111 105
The Stour Valley gravels project, 1990 interim report 112 114
The Stour Valley Gravels project 1991 113 168
The Canford Magna golf course project, 1993-1994 118 35-50
Bestwall quarry gravels project 1994-5 117 136
Motor Project building, Dorchester 113 175
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
Bestwall Quarry gravels project, interim note 115 160
Bestwall Quarry archaeological project: interim report 1996 118 144
Update on the Hardy's Correspondents project (June 2016) 137 32-33
The Durotriges Project, phase one: an interim statement 135 217-221
The Durotriges Project, phase three: an interim statement 137 173-177
The Durotriges Project, Phase Two: an interim statement 136 157-161
Plant galls of South Haven Peninsula, part of the Studland national nature reserve: a Diver Project report 137 137-140
South Walks housing project, South Street, Bridport 115 160
Brief Encounter: the Cerne Abbas Giantess project, summer 1997 119 179-183
Bestwall Quarry gravels project 114 247
Dorchester, town centre ducting project 127 152
Archaeological investigations project 131 169
The Cyril Diver Project 135 149-159
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
William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
Poole, Proos Roofing Supplies, Rigler Road, Hamworthy 125 167
The development of properties inside the southern defences of Roman Durnovaria: an excavation at Charles Street, Dorchester 136 162-184
An early railway proposal for Dorset - Dorchester to Weymouth 1834 118 160-161
The Dorset county boundary: proposal for the creation of a digital boundary atlas 129 215
Archaeological assessment on the line of the proposed Chideock and Morcombelake bypass (SY 377 937 - 449 928), an interim statement 115 147-9
Proposed dwelling adjacent to 10a Sweet Hill Road, Southwell, Portland 128 131
Proposed dwelling at 116 Sutton Road, Sutton Poyntz, Weymouth 129 192
Proposed extension, Lyme Regis Museum 128 131
Proposed new barrackmaster's workshop, RNAS Portland 117 137-140
Marshwood, proposed new dwelling at Lodge House Farm 131 157
Proposed residential development at 3 Fordington Green, Dorchester 128 129
Proposed residential development, Dollin's Lane, Wareham 129 191
Proposed site of new Parish Room, Whitchurch Canonicorum 117 127
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
Dorchester: proposed sports centre and cemetery, Poundbury 119 160
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
39 Prospect Road, Dorchester 116 129
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
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 provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Beds of Dorset 114 175-179
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 117 151-152
The Mill House, Stour Provost, Dorset 118 159-160
Stour Provost 116 119
The status and distribution of Pseudoepipona herrichii (Hymenoptera) in Dorset 114 278-279
Halite Pseudomorphs from the Cherty Freshwater Member (Purbeck Limestone Formation) of Lulworth Cove, Dorset 113 195-6
`Tempore pubertatis nostrae': the West Saxon Aldhelm of Malmesbury 129 17-24
`Springhead' public house, Sutton Poyntz 118 136
Sutton Poyntz, Springhead public house 120 114
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
The first publication of William Barnes's dialect poems in the `Dorset County Chronicle' 129 178-180
Publications of DNHAS 137 294
From poorhouse to workhouse? The erosion of publicly owned housing in rural Dorset after 1834 131 65-78
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
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass - interim note 119 163-4
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
Puddletown, Catmead, Mill Street 126 181
Forgecroft, Puddletown Road, Wareham, SY 8729 9014 131 155
Puddletown, Sherring's Green Close 122 170
Puddletown, Sherring's Green Close 125 161
Druce Farm, Puddletown 134 159-160
The Roman villa at Druce Farm, near Puddletown 135 209-211
Interim Report: Druce Farm Roman villa, Puddletown 136 102-106
Druce Farm Roman villa, Puddletown 137 158-159
Pulham Church 120 113
A tale of two pulpits 112 145-146
Weymouth's choice: Pulteney or bankruptcy? 119 33-40
Horseshoes pumping station, Gaunts Common, SU 02600 06200 131 161
Burton Pumping Station, near Dorchester 114 233
Nail Fungus Poronia punctata in Dorset, 1999 to 2005: population changes and ecological observations 127 95-99
Observations concerning the ecology of Nail Fungus Poronia punctata, recently rediscovered in Dorset 121 129-132
Nine-spined Stickleback Pungitius pungitius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Gasterosteidae) in Dorset 131 171
Nine-spined Stickleback Pungitius pungitius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Gasterosteidae) in Dorset 131 171
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
Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck Wealden flies (Diptera) 119 135-140
A geological map of Purbeck Beds in the northern part of Durlston Bay 113 145-148
Phoronid worm borings from the Middle Purbeck Beds (Lower Cretaceous) of Swanage, Dorset 118 168
A provisional checklist of fossil insects from the Purbeck Beds of Dorset 114 175-179
Albanerpetontid amphibians from the Lower Cretaceous of the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset 118 113-117
Research in progress: Biostratinomic investigations of shell beds in the Purbeck formation 117 154-155
New records of Purbeck fossil insects 116 146-150
A supplement to the insect fauna from the Purbeck Group of Dorset 115 143
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
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
`Lost' Purbeck lizard skull re-emerges 129 219-220
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Purbeck mortars from 65 East Street, Corfe Castle 121 133-134
New fossil insect records from the Purbeck of Dorset and the Wealden of the Weald 118 119-124
Graffiti of sailing ships in a Purbeck quarry 126 133-141
The status of some Purbeck sea birds 2 114 215-220
Note on the use of Tertiary 'Heathstone' in buildings over the area of outcrop of the Palaeogene in the Isle of Purbeck, south-central and east Dorset 137 129-136
Roman Purbeck stone: a new database 123 104
Database of the Roman Purbeck stone industry: a progress report 126 170-171
Observations on the Purbeck to Southampton pipeline 111 122-124
Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck Wealden flies (Diptera) 119 135-140
Butterflies in Purbeck 112 157
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 117 125
St Aldhelm's Head, Purbeck 118 144
Kimmeridge Bay, Purbeck 119 161
A cannon from the sea `off Purbeck' 123 112
A new ship graffito from Purbeck 132 215
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
Purse Caundle, The Mead 120 118
Bill Putnam (1930-2008) 131 239-240
Roman Dorset, by Bill Putnam 128 199
Weymouth, land at 12 Putton Lane, Chickerell, SY 6500 8029 130 208
Chickerell, land at Lower Putton Lane 126 188

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