Volume 61 LXI (1996)

Contents. READ
List of Officers. READ
List of Contributors. READ
The Earlier Prehistory of the Oxford Region in the Light of Recent Research (The Toms Hassall Lecture for 1995). By A. Barclay and R. Bradley1READ
A Grooved-Ware Pit on the Seven Barrows All Weather Gallop, Sparsholt, Oxfordshire. By L. Howell and T. Durden21READ
A Newly Discovered Ring Ditch and Two Late Bronze-Age Pits on East Ilsley All Weather Gallop, near Churn, Berkshire 1994. By L. Howell and S. Ford27READ
The Excavation of a Bronze-Age Ditch at the Field Test Centre at Castrol Technology Centre, Pangbourne, Berkshire. By L. Howell35READ
The Excavation of Two Bronze-Age Barrows, Oxford. By A. Parkinson and A. Barclay41READ
An Archaeological Excavation at Oxford Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire. By C. Mould65READ
The Roman and Early Anglo-Saxon Settlement at Wantage, Oxfordshire. Excavations at Mill Street, 1993-94.. By N. Holbrook and A. Thomas109READ
A Tenement of Roger of Cumnor and other Archaeological Excavations in Medieval North Oseney, Oxford.. By M. R. Roberts181READ
Archaeological Excavations at 54-55 St Thomas's Street Oxford. By A. Hardy225READ
Archaeological Investigations on the Site of a Medieval and Post-Medieval Watermill at Holywell Ford, Magdalen College, Oxford.. By C. Bell275READ
New Light on Master Alexander of Swerford (d. 1246): The Career and Connections of an Oxfordshire Civil Servant.. By N. Vincent297READ
Navigation on the River Thames between Oxford and London in the Late Middle Ages: A Reconsideration.. By R. Peberdy311READ
'Tending to Strength, Beauty and Convenience in Building': the Staircase of Bletchindton Park, Oxfordshire. By H. L. Turner341READ
The Election of Lord Grenville as Chancellor of Oxford University in 1809. By W. Gibson355READ
Orlando Jewitt: Wood Engraver to the Oxford Society for Promoting the Study of Gothic Architecture. By F. Broomhead369READ
Spencer Corsets Ltd, Britannia Road, Banbury. By S. Stradling379READ
A Neolithic Flint Axe from Stanton Harcourt. By T. Hardaker397READ
A Fake Scarab Seal from Argyle Street, East Oxford. By O. Jessop401READ
From Rubbish to Unique Artefact: An Unusual Archaeological Hoard from Chastleton House. By G. Marshall403READ
Reviews. 411READ
Index. 415READ
Rear cover. Rear coverREAD

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