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William Barnes's dialect poems: a pronunciation guide, by T. L. Burton 133 177
The strategy and tactics of World War II pillboxes 133 174-176
The environmental quality of the Tadnoll Brook (Dorset), assessed with macroinvertebrate data 127 125-132
Re-introduction of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to the Tadnoll Brook, Dorset 130 9-16
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
Highmoor Farm, Talbot Village, Poole 118 134
How to get a head in Dorset County Museum: the tailless tale of Pliosaurus kevani 136 14-17
A tale of two pulpits 112 145-146
A tale of two skulls: superstition in Dorset at Waddon and Bettiscombe 119 51-58
The two Buckmans, a geological tale 128 1-7
Tan Lane, Bourton, near Gillingham 114 234
A later Bronze Age tanged `chisel' from Langton Matravers 118 153
Lawrence of Arabia's fire tank/ swimming pool at Clouds Hill, Dorset 121 142-145
Holworth: booster to Holworth tank, SY 76560 84000 130 206-207
Bridport Tannery 120 116
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine
midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Taphonomic distortion of cervical vertebrae of a specimen of Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) from the Lower Lias of Charmouth 125 105-108
A Saxon strap-end from Tarrant Crawford 112 119
St Mary's Church, Tarrant Crawford 117 126
Great Dorset Steam Fair Road, near Tarrant Hinton 137 159
Tarrant Launceston 15: another Neolithic causwayed enclosure? 131 161-164
Tarrant Launceston, Race Down long barrow 126 187
Blandford Camp, Tarrant Launceston 116 132
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
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
The late Bronze Age `Ring Money' from Tarrant Rushton 116 133
A first-century Roman copper-alloy portrait bust from Tarrant Rushton 137 167-172
Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 115 149
The new Tatnam Farm Middle School, Poole 117 125
South Dorset Ridgeway: Purlands Farm (Winterborne St Martin) to north of Tatton House (Portesham) 135 202-203
The Dorset/ Somerset County boundary at Yeovil: Roman order from imperial to episcopal, taxation and the landscape 131 219-236
Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Portlandian (Upper Jurassic) pleurotomariid gastropod Bathrotomaria rugata (Bennett, 1831) from southern England 114 169-174
Gas Main, Winfrith Technology Centre, Wool 134 161
Cranborne Ancient Technology Centre 122 161-2
The Romano-Celtic temple at Badbury Rings, Dorset 135 242-271
Resistivity survey, Badbury Romano-British temple 118 134
Evaluation excavation, Badbury Romano-Celtic temple 122 148
The macroinvertebrate fauna of temporary and permanent aquatic habitats in East Stoke Fen (SSSI), Dorset 132 165-175
A temporary exposure of Oxford Clay at Chafey's Lake, near Weymouth, Dorset 123 51-68
A37 Holywell Road improvement temporary exposures, West Dorset 116 152
A temporary section in the Gault at Fontmell Magna, North Dorset 112 95-97
A temporary section in the Inferior Oolite (Middle Jurassic) at Coldharbour Business Park, Dodge Cross, Sherborne 120 69-72
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 of the Inferior Oolite (Bajocian stage, Middle Jurassic) near Clatcombe, Sherborne, with a description of temporary sections 121 101-106
`Tempore pubertatis nostrae': the West Saxon Aldhelm of Malmesbury 129 17-24
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
Terminus building development, Hengistbury Head 129 190
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 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
Nutcombe Terrace, Charmouth 114 233
Victoria Terrace, Dorchester 133 106
5 South Terrace, South Street, Dorchester 118 146
Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Book 1625-1638: a calendar, ed. Terry Hearing and Sarah Bridges 128 199
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
Checklist of Tertiary insects from Dorset 116 145-146
What Tess meant to Hardy, and why 136 1-11
Selection of testate amoebae (Protozoa, Rhizopoda) as food by tanypodine midge larvae (Chironomidae: Diptera; non-biting midges) in a Dorset stream 131 153-154
Thames St, Poole 129 188
Visitors' book for the Loyalty Theatre, Dorchester 121 145-150
A lower molar of Stereognathus sp. (Reptilia, Therapsida) from the Bathonian of southern England 115 139-141
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
`This frightful blasphemous sect': apocalyptic millenarians in Victorian Dorset 114 13-18
'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
Thomas Hardy and the Alarm 115 170-172
Thomas Hardy and the German Hussars 113 1-4
Hardy performed: Thomas Hardy and the stage 132 63-72
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Michael Millgate and Keith Wilson (eds), The collected letters of Thomas Hardy, volume VIII: further letters 135 335-336
Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age features at the Thomas
Hardye (formerly Castleford) School, Coburg Road, Dorchester, 1994 122 73-82
A matter of life and death: Late Neolithic, Beaker and early Bronze Age settlement and cemeteries at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester 128 17-52
Dorchester, Thomas Hardye School 120 117
'Primitive Betrothal': The Portland Custom and Thomas Hardy's The Well-Beloved 135 20-32
Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), directed by Thomas Vinterberg, a review 136 12-13
Thomas Weld's chapel - a perspective on Catholicism in Dorset 120 98-100
The Thompson's clay canal, a clay-working enterprise near Lytchett Bay, Poole in the 1830s 136 151-152
Excavations at Thorncombe Beacon, Doghouse Hill and Golden Cap on the Golden Cap Estate, West Dorset 134 205-247
Thorncombe Beacon, Golden Cap Estate 126 191
Symondsbury, excavation of prehistoric flints at Thorncombe Beacon 126 186-187
Thorncombe, Broadbridge Farm 122 171
Thorncombe, Chard Junction Quarry 123 131
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 120 115
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 122 171-2
Thorncombe, Chard Junction 122 172
The excavation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Hodge Ditch, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 126 27-42
Early medieval features at West Lear's Farm, Chard Junction Quarry, Thorncombe, Dorset 128 69-78
Thorncombe, West Lear's Farm 125 162-3
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
Thorner's Litton, a dissenting school in Dorset 111 1-8
Land at Thornford Road, Yetminster 136 85
Thorngrove, Gillingham, Dorset 115 164-5
Thornhill Park, Stalbridge 128 132
Sir James Thornhill's obelisk at Thornhill 121 140-142
Sir James Thornhill's obelisk at Thornhill 121 140-142
Gorcombe Farm, Thornicombe, ST 87098 00649 130 206
`Lyme Regis is in Dorset, Uplyme is in Devon...', thoughts arising from the research seminar of September 2008 130 223-227
The botany of boundaries, some thoughts 133 157-160
The Durotriges Project, phase three: an interim statement 137 173-177
Interim report on the excavation of three Bronze Age burial mounds on Golden Cap, Stanton St Gabriel, SY 40552 92706 133 109-110
Three Dorset churches: early Tractarian architecture in West Dorset 132 45-54
The Broad Stone, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorset: `a pair of shears, a cart load of concrete and three men one day' 131 149-151
Three Romano-British steles from Studland 133 75
A geophysical survey of three round barrows near Badbury Rings 132 107-110
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
Thunderstorms 134 255-256
Bestwall Tidal Embankment, Bestwall, Wareham 137 159
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
Hamworthy, former Pilkington's tile factory, Shapwick Road 127 152
Tile fragment from Dorchester 117 141
Medieval floor tile from Shaftesbury 111 112
Notes on two medieval tiles 133 101
A ship's timber from Sandbanks, Poole 118 153-4
An Early Bronze Age timber structure, a Saxon kiln and Saxon and medieval occupation at Coppice Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 129 59-96
Ship timbers on Studland Beach: an interim note? 130 269
Mammals recorded for the first time from the Intermarine Member (Durlston Formation), Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), of Dorset 121 166-167
Cold Harbour first time sewerage, Bere Road, Wareham 136 83
Excavations at Tinney's Lane. Sherborne, Dorset 121 53-67
The former Foster's School site, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne 117 125-6
Sherborne: Tinney's Lane 119 162
Stagg's Folly engineer's tip A37 road improvement, Sydling St Nicholas 113 168
Abbotsbury Tithe Barn and Mill Farm 120 115
Sydling St Nicholas Tithe Barn 114 249
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
A token found at Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, apparently associated with Mary Anning (1799-1847), fossil collector 136 63--67
Two North Dorset linen working tokens 120 97-98
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
High Street, Toller Porcorum 115 150
High Street, Toller Porcorum 116 126-8
A polished flint axe from Toller Porcorum 118 154
Archaeological assessment for the proposed Tolpuddle and Puddletown bypass 115 166-167
Excavations near Tolpuddle Ball, Dorset, an interim report 115 155-8
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass - interim note 119 163-4
A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown bypass: Tolpuddle Ball sub-Roman cemetery - interim report 120 110
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
Alan Tom Swindall MRICS, FRTPI, Hon. ALI (1924-2005) 127 202-203
Farmers and their ancestral tombs: a study of the inconspicuous barrows of central Dorset and their relationship with the secular landscape 121 37-47
A Roman tombstone from Wool 124 130
Park Cottages, Winterborne Tomson, Anderson 134 157
Hod Hill: `Too much wasted by cultivation for definite survey' 129 97-103
Photography as a tool for monitoring coastal geological sites 128 189-193
Tooler Porcorum 114 249-250
An unusual tool-mark in the Purbeck Limestone Formation, Durlston Bay, Dorset 115 185
Dorchester, Top o'Town Car Park CSO 125 166
The topography of Dorchester in the fifteenth century 117 21-50
Towards a revision of Purbeck insects: Protogryllus, Panorpidium, Pleciomya and Prohousea nom. nov. 117 155-157
The Roman road from Lake Farm towards Winchester 111 107
Early 16th-century Sculptures on the Tower of St Mary's Church, Beaminster, Dorset 127 138-141
Excavations at the former site of the Wimborne Model Town 1991 114 145-150
Dorchester, town centre ducting project 127 152
Excavations at the Town Farm House site, now The Orchard, Dean Lane, Sixpenny Handley, 1988 119 87-102
A group of late 18th-century pottery from Town House, Corfe Castle 118 71-77
Wimborne Model Town II 116 132
The Dorchester Town Library of 1631 (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 132 21-37
The Town Mill, Lyme Regis 118 143
4 Market Street, Old Town, Poole 118 148
May 7, Townsend DWT reserve (Swanage) 136 191
Townsend, Shillingstone 128 131
Wimborne former model town 113 183
Weymouth over the long eighteenth century: urban renaissance, or new leisure town? 129 49-58
Kulindrichnus: a hitherto unrecorded trace fossil from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridge, Dorset 115 182
The trace fossil Kulindrichnus sp. from the Kimmeridge Clay of Dorset 127 155-155
Lost in suburbia: tracing the county boundary in south-east Dorset 129 212-215
A dinosaur track from the Wealden Group (Lower Cretaceous), Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, southern England 130 233-234
A new vertebrate trackway from the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Formation, Dorset 115 183-184
A trackway landscape from Wareham to Corfe Castle 134 191-194
Three Dorset churches: early Tractarian architecture in West Dorset 132 45-54
Lyme Regis: Trade and Population 1575-1725. A period of decline? (Mansel-Pleydell prize) 120 1-17
Unit 1-2A, Green Square, Grove Trading Estate, Dorchester 137 156
Dorchester, Icen Way depot to Casterbridge Trading Estate replacement gas main 131 158
Unit 9A, Grove Trading Estate,Dorchester 133 105
Dorchester, SCATS Countrystores, Grove Trading Estate 131 158
`A Land' revisited: Jacquetta Hawkes and the landscape tradition 118 25-30
Bere Regis, Bournemouth University training excavation 131 168-169
Hengistbury Head, tranchet axe 121 162
Quarry locations transposed: a correction to Ensom 2010 fig.1 132 187-188
The bell of Bothenhampton: the travails of a 17th-century churchwarden 114 268-269
Traverse board from the sailing ship Systrarne and the Swedish connection 126 141-144
Forston Water Treatment Works, Forston, Charminster 137 155-156
Water Treatment Works, Kingston Russell and Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Water Treatment Works, Lamberts Hill to Winterbourne Abbas 134 161
Forston Water Treatment Works (WTW) to St Catherine's Reservoir, Forston, Charminster 136 77
Sutton Poyntz water treatment works 115 150
The Fir Tree Field shaft: the date and archaeological potential of a Chalk swallowhole feature 120 25-37
Hitherto unnoticed tree remains from the submerged forests at Bournemouth and Charmouth 122 125-127
A fossil tree trunk in the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 183-187
Trees along the County Boundary 133 155-156
Fossil trees in the Intermarine Member, Purbeck Limestone Group (Lower Cretaceous), near Langton Matravers, Dorset 132 187
Tregonwell Frampton: the Dorset dimension 122 21-25
Bere Regis: cable trench at Woodbury Hill (NGR 385665 094765) 130 205
Water pipe trench, Cross-ridge Dyke, Fontmell Down 119 175
Water pipe trench, Hod Hill, Stourpaine 119 175
11KV cable trench, Ranston 118 149
Archaeological evaluation trenches, Shapwick village 115 149-150
Brownsea Castle evaluation trench 119 160
A Downward Trend in Rainfall 113 218-9
Trial excavation at Stoke Abbott 124 124
Philanthus triangulum (Fabricus) (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae): the first Dorset records since 1829 116 162
The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Holy Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome, Dorset 123 95-100
The macroinvertebrate fauna and environmental quality of the Oakers Stream, a small tributary of the River Frome (Dorset) 130 17-24
Perisphinctid ammonites from the Trigonia Clavellata Beds (Oxfordian, Upper Jurassic) of the Dorset Coast 137 141-154
Bradpole, Holy Trinity Church 125 163
Wareham, Trinity Lane 127 151
Dorchester, land to the rear of the Old Fire Station, Trinity St, SY 6914 9041, multi-period 130 208
Dorchester, 30 Trinity St, SY 69152 90555, period: Roman 130 205
Trinity Street car park, Dorchester 113 174-5
Observations during building work at 33 Trinity Street, Dorchester 119 175
A late Neolithic/ early Bronze Age triple ring monument and a late Bronze Age house near Chickerell 124 109-110
George Neil Aitken (1906-1985) and Gertrude Mabel (Trudy) Aitken (1907-2006) 130 271-272
The Trumpet Major, Dorchester 117 124
A fossil tree trunk in the Intermarine Member, Durlston Formation, Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England 130 183-187
The geology of the A303 trunk road between Wincanton, Somerset and Mere, Wiltshire 113 139-143
A31 and A35 trunk road improvements 117 123
The National Trust acquires the hill fort at Hambledon Hill NNR, North Dorset 136 196-117
New water supply, National Trust Golden Cap estate 127 153
National Trust heathland restoration project, Hartland Moor and Middlebere Heath, Corfe Castle 124 121
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
Southwest Dorset Hedges (2) - a survey of the National Trust's Golden Cap Estate 127 111-123
The conduct, command and costs of Tudor defence of Portland Roads: Portland and Sandsfoot Castles 134 12-23
Boundaries and landscape in Blackmoor: the Tudor manors of Holnest 112 5-22
The South Walks tunnel sewer, Dorchester: archaeological watching-brief 112 51-56
Have pity! Late slaves of the Turks 131 45-51
Turnworth and Ringmoor Down, and ecological and dendronographic survey 126 111-118
A preliminary note on the discovery of a fossil turtle in the Portland Stone Formation (Upper Jurassic), Isle of Portland, Dorset 132 189-190
An elephant tusk from the sea off West Bay 123 113
Twelve Men Way, Dorchester - a lost placename finally located 124 117
Two additional medieval sundials from Dorset 128 117-118
The Durotriges Project, Phase Two: an interim statement 136 157-161
The boundaries of two Anglo-Saxon charters relating to land at Corscombe 116 1-9
The gastropod and ammonite fauna of two anomalous facies in the Inferior Oolite of Burton Cliff, South Dorset 135 189-197
Two apparently unrecorded mills at Stockwood 116 140-142
Observations on the site of the `Two Barrows', Fordington Farm, Dorchester, with a note on the `Conquer Barrow' 116 45-54
Two Bronze Figurines of Iron Age date from Dorset 113 186-7
The two Buckmans, a geological tale 128 1-7
Two Dorset drawings by Heywood Sumner 114 264-268
Two fifteenth century gold rings from Holdith Court, Thorncombe 113 184
Two finds from the wreck of the Halsewell 1786 128 185-186
The environmental quality of two iron-rich streams in southern Dorset, assessed with macroinvertebrate data 122 139-144
Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts 132 131-144
Notes on two medieval tiles 133 101
Two Middle Bronze Age Cremation-urn Cemeteries from Longham Gravel Quarry, Hampreston 127 134
Two mid-Saxon grain dryers and later mediaeval features at Chantry Field, Gillingham, Dorset 114 97-126
Two minor metal working sites on Portland 126 171-174
Two new prehistoric sites on Sopley Common, Hurn 111 105
Two North Dorset linen working tokens 120 97-98
Two previously unrecorded earthworks on White Nothe 129 274
Two proposed soil deposit areas at Blandford Camp, Tarrant Monkton 116 120
A tale of two pulpits 112 145-146
Two Purbeck Marble coffin lids from Bincombe, with a Thomas Hardy connection 128 118-120
Two round barrows and flintwork on Pound Hill, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset 111 120-121
A tale of two skulls: superstition in Dorset at Waddon and Bettiscombe 119 51-58
Twynham School, Christchurch 113 181-3
A mediaeval `banner' type of harness ornament 111 111-2
Insect-bearing horizons in the type Purbeck and new Purbeck Wealden flies (Diptera) 119 135-140
Type-section of the Purbeck Limestone Group, Durlston Bay, Swanage, Dorset 114 181-206
The Hilton typhus epidemic of 1848 129 182-185

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