Volume 65 LXV (2000)

Contents. READ
List of Officers. READ
List of Contributors. READ
Later Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire, 700-1100. By John Blair1READ
Archaeological Excavation in the Vale of White Horse, near Abingdon, 1992-1999. By Carrie M. Hearne7READ
Recent Aerial Reconnaissance in North Oxfordshire. By Roger Featherstone and Bob Bewley13READ
Fletcher’s House, Park Street, Woodstock: an Architectural and Historical Analysis. By Imogen Grundon27READ
Merton College and the Mapping of its Estates, 1601-1836. By Sarah Bendall79READ
John Ruskin, Oxford and the Architectural Society: 1837 to 1840. By Gill Chitty111READ
Oxford Town Hall: Planning, Building and Financing the Oxford Municipal Buildings of 1897. By Wendy Norbury133READ
Prehistoric and Roman Settlement near Heyford Road, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire. By Sean Cook and Chris Hayden161READ
An Iron Age Boundary and Settlement Features at Slade Farm, Bicester, Oxfordshire: A Report on Excavations, 1996.. By Peter Ellis and Gwilym Hughes211READ
The Excavation of Early Iron Age and Medieval Remains on Land to the West of Church View, Bampton, Oxon.. By Andy Mayes and Alan Hardy267READ
A Roman Settlement at Mansfield College, Oxford. By Paul Booth and Chris Hayden291READ
Saxon, Medieval and Post-Medieval Deposits at Waterperry House, Waterperry, near Wheatley, Oxfordshire.. By Stephen D. G. Weaver and Graham Hull333READ
The Excavation of a Medieval Cottage and Associated Agricultural Features at Manor Farm, Old Grimsbury, Banbury. By Alan Hardy345READ
Early Medieval and Later Tenements at 113-119 High Street, Oxford: Excavations in 1993-5. By Graeme Walker and Roy King381READ
A Note on Building Investigations at 113-119 High Street, Oxford. By Julian Munby441READ
A Mousterian bout coupé Handaxe from Oxfordshire. By R. M. G. Eeles and J. P. Wallis443READ
Another Roman Intaglio from Frilford. By Martin Henig and John Walford445READ
Late Eleventh-century Estate Memoranda referring to Banbury, Thame and Aylesbury. By John Blair446READ
The Lost Wall-Paintings of Islip Church. By J. C. B. Lowe447READ
Charles Lloyd, Bishop of Oxford 1827-9, and his Family. By J. F. A. Mason447READ
Reviews. 453READ
Index. 463READ
Rear cover. Rear coverREAD

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