Oxoniensia, vol. 83 is now available to subscribers. The volume includes a new examination of the evidence for an important early approach to Oxford from the west, as well as a range of historical and archaeological contributions taking in Anglo-Saxon town plans, medieval churches, Oxford college architecture, nineteenth-century religious life, and antiquarian folkore collecting.
OAHS members can read the online version by clicking on the ‘Browse volumes’ tab to the right of this screen and scrolling down to the bottom of the next page (or follow this shortcut). Volume 78 (2013) moves to open access.
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