Volume LIV (1989)

List of Officers. READ
List of Contributors. READ
The Society's 150th Anniversary. By J. Cook and T. G. Hassall1READ
Prehistoric, Roman and Anglo-Saxon Settlement Patterns at North Stoke, Oxfordshire. By S. Ford and A. Hazell7READ
Archaeological Discoveries on the Banbury East-West Link Road. By T. G. Allen25READ
The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Chimney, Oxfordshire. By S. Crawford45READ
The Early Church at Cumnor. By J. Blair57READ
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars. By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et al71READ
Trade, Industry and Domestic Activity at the Old Clothing Factory Site, Abingdon. By R. Wilson279READ
The making of Henry of Oxford: Englishmen in a Norman World. By K. S. B. Keats-Rohan287READ
The Devolution of the Honour of Wallingford, 1066-1148. By K. S. B. Keats-Rohan311READ
'Nomina Villanorum et Burgensium': Oxfordshire Bynames before c. 1250. By D. Postles319READ
The Pre-History of an Oxford College: Hart Hall and its Neighbours in the Middle Ages. By N. Saul327READ
Jews in 18th-Century Oxford: Further Observations. By U. Dann345READ
The Triumph of Toryism in Oxfordshire Politics, 1754-1815. By D. Eastwood355READ
Headington Quarry c. 1820-1860: a Study of a 19th-Century Open Village. By E. Mason363READ
'The Oxford Society for Promoting the Study of Gothic Architecture' and 'The Oxford Architectural Society', 1839-1860. By D. Prout379READ
The Theatres of Oxford: Forty Years of Family Management. By P. Ranger393READ
Notes
Romano-British Moulded Heads from Shotover. By J. Turner399READ
Saint Beornwald of Bampton: Further References. By J. Blair400READ
The Madley Brook: Some Reflections on an Oxfordshire Stream Name. By K. Bailey403READ
A Survey of a Fishpond at Lower Brookend Farm, Chastleton. By C. Parry405READ
Fish-Bones from the Hamel and other Archaeological Sites in and around Oxford. By R. Wilson and A. Locker409READ
The Suppression of Terrae Filius in 1713. By W. T. Gibson410READ
Going up to Oxford: Charles Weston's Account in 1748. By J. Black414READ
Reviews. 417READ
Index. 427READ
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 1). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 2). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 3). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 4). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 5). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Excavations in St. Ebbe's, Oxford, 1967-1976: Part I: Late Saxon and Medieval Domestic Occupation and Tenements, and the Medieval Greyfriars (fiche 6). By T. G. Hassall and C. Halpin et alFicheREAD
Rear cover. Rear coverREAD
Contents. Rear coverREAD

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