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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Online Bookshop - Bookstall at Castle Methodist Church, Maidenburgh Street, Colchester, Saturday 6 April 2013

Members of the public are welcome to come to the Castle Methodist Church, Maidenburgh Street, Colchester, between 12 noon and 4pm on Saturday 6 April 2013 to find out about the Essex Society for Archaeology and History and visit our bookstall.  (Members of the Society are visiting Colchester Castle that afternoon.)

Books for sale will include items listed in the table below - at heavily reduced prices (not those mentioned below) - plus a number of boxes containing items not previously listed.

Title
Items available, which we are happy  to sell individually
Price (including Postage & Packaging by Royal Mail to UK address - unless otherwise stated)
Ref:  CC1*
Antiquity

A quarterly review of World Archaeology.

"Our field is the Earth, our range in time a million years or so, our subject the human race".  OGS Crawford founder of Antiquity in his first edition in 1927.

The 'Antiquity' website holds a contents list of all back numbers.  The site also has a fine search facility for keywords. Some references to 'Essex' included in our listing.
Vol. 2 No. 5 (Mar 1928), Vol. 2 No. 6 (June 1928),
Vol. 2 No. 7 (Sep 1928), Vol. 2 No. 8 (Dec 1928),
Vol. 3 No. 9 (Mar 1929)[Essex reference: 'The Earliest Christian Church in England (Bradwell-on-Sea)],
Vol. 3 No. 10 (Jun 1929),
Vol. 3 No. 11 (Sep 1929),Vol. 3 No. 12 (Dec 1929),
Vol. 4 No. 13 (Mar 1930),
Vol. 4 No. 14 (Jun 1930)[Essex reference: 'The sword bearers'],
Vol. 4 No. 15 (Sep 1930)[Essex reference: 'Notes & News' (Mersea Island)],
Vol. 4 No. 16 (Dec 1930),
Vol. 5 No. 17 (Mar 1931),Vol. 5 No. 18 (Jun 1931), 
Vol. 36 No. 143 (Sep 1962),
Vol. 37 No. 145 (Mar 1963) [2 copies],
Vol. 37 No. 146 (Jun 1963),
Vol. 37 No. 147 (Sep 1963),
Vol. 37 No. 148 (Dec 1963) [2 copies],
Vol. 38 No. 149 (Mar 1964) [2 copies][Essex reference: 'The Tal-y-lln Hoard'],
Vol. 38 No. 150 (June 1964),
Vol. 38 No. 151 (Sep 1964),
Vol. 38 No. 152 (Dec 1964),
Vol. 39 No. 153 (Mar 1965) [2 copies],
Vol. 39 No. 154 (Jun 1965),
Vol. 39 No. 155 (Sep 1965) [2 copies],
Vol. 39 No. 156 (Dec 1965) [2 copies],
Vol. 40 No. 157 (Mar 1966) [2 copies],
Vol. 40 No. 158 (Jun 1966) [2 copies],
Vol. 40 No. 159 (Sep 1966) [2 copies],
Vol. 40 No. 160 (Dec 1966),
Vol. 41 No. 161 (Mar 1967),
Vol. 41 No. 162 (Jun 1967),
Vol. 41 No. 163 (Sep 1967),
Vol. 41 No. 164 (Dec 1967),
Vol. 42 No. 165 (Mar 1968),
Vol. 42 No. 166 (Jun 1968),
Vol. 42 No. 167 (Sep 1968),
Vol. 42 No. 168 (Dec 1968),
Vol. 43 No. 169 (Mar 1969),
Vol. 43 No. 170 (Jun 1969),
Vol. 43 No. 171 (Sep 1969) [2 copies],
Vol. 43 No. 172 (Dec 1969),
Vol. 44 No. 173 (Mar 1970),
Vol. 44 No. 174 (Jun 1970),
Vol. 44 No. 175 (Sep 1970) [2 copies],
Vol. 44 No. 176 (Dec 1970),
Vol. 45 No. 177 (Mar 1971) [2 copies],
Vol. 45 No. 178 (Jun 1971) [2 copies],
Vol. 45 No. 179 (Sep 1971) [2 copies],
Vol. 45 No. 180 (Dec 1971),
Vol. 46 No. 181 (Mar 1972),
Vol. 46 No. 182 (Jun 1972),
Vol. 46 No. 183 (Sep 1972) [2 copies],
Vol. 46 No. 184 (Dec 1972) [2 copies],
Vol. 47 No. 185 (Mar 1973) [2 copies],
Vol. 47 No. 186 (Jun 1973),
Vol. 47 No. 187 (Sep 1973) [2 copies],
Vol. 47 No. 188 (Dec 1973),
Vol. 48 No. 189 (Mar 1974),
Vol. 48 No. 190 (Jun 1974),
Vol. 48 No. 191 (Sep 1974),
Vol. 48 No. 192 (Dec 1974),
Vol. 49 No. 193 (Mar 1975),
Vol. 49 No. 194 (Jun 1975) [2 copies],
Vol. 49 No. 195 (Sep 1975) [2 copies][Essex reference: 'Causewayed camp'],
Vol. 49 No. 196 (Dec 1975),
Vol. 50 No. 197 (Mar 1976),
Vol. 50 No. 198 (Jun 1976),
Vol. 50 No. 199,/200 (Sep 1976),
Vol. 51 No. 201 (Mar 1977),
Vol. 51 No. 202 (Jul 1977),
Vol. 51 No. 203 (Nov 1977),
Vol. 52 No. 204 (Mar 1978),
Vol. 52 No. 205 (Jul 1978),
Vol. 52 No. 206 (Nov 1978),
Vol, 53 No. 207 (Mar 1979),
Vol. 53 No. 208 (Jul 1979),
Vol. 53 No. 209 (Nov 1979),
Vol. 54 No. 210 (Mar 1980),
Vol. 54 No. 211 (Jul 1980),
Vol. 54 No. 212 (Nov 1980),
Vol. 55 No. 213 (Mar 1981) [2 copies],
Vol. 55 No. 214 (Jul 1981) [2 copies],
Vol. 55 No. 215 (Nov 1981) [2 copies],
Vol. 55 No. 216 (Mar 1982) [2 copies],
Vol. 55 No. 217 (Jul 1982),
Vol. 55 No. 218 (Nov 1982),
Vol. 58 No. 224 (Nov 1984),
Vol. 59 No. 225 (Mar 1985),
Vol. 59 No. 226 (Jul 1985),
Vol. 59 No. 227 (Nov 1985),
Vol. 60 No. 228 (Mar 1986)[Essex ref: 'Notes and News'],
Vol. 60 No. 229 (Jul 1986),
Vol. 60 No. 230 (Nov 1986),
Vol. 61 No. 231 (Mar 1987),
Vol. 61 No. 232 (Jul 1987),
Vol. 61 No. 233 (Nov 1987),
Vol. 62 No. 234 (Mar 1988),
Vol. 62 No. 235 (Jun 1988),
Vol. 62 No. 236 (Sep 1988) [2 copies]
Vol. 62 No. 237 (Dec 1988),
Vol. 62 No. 238 (Mar 1989),
Vol. 62 No. 239 (Jun 1989),
Vol. 62 No. 240 (Sep 1989),
Vol. 62 No. 241 (Dec 1989),
Vol. 63 No. 242 (Mar 1990),
Vol. 63 No. 243 (Jun 1990),
Vol. 63 No. 244 (Sep 1990),
Vol. 63 No. 245 (Dec 1990). 
25p each pluspostage and packagingBuy a copy or make enquiry
Ref:  CA1*
Archaeological Journal
published by the Royal Archaeological Institute
Vols 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141
£7.00 each
Ref:  CA2*
Archaeological Journal
Vols 122-132 (1965-75)
[i.e.  122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132]
£7.00 each
Ref: CB1*
Berkshire Archaeological Journal
published by the Berkshire Archaeological Society
Vols 34 pt 2 (1930) - 75
[i.e. 34pt2, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75
25p each pluspostage and packaging
Buy a copy or make enquiry
Ref: CA3*
Berkshire Archaeological Journal

published by the Berkshire Archaeological Society
Vols 58 (1960) – 71 (1981/2)
[i.e. 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71]
25p each pluspostage and packaging
Ref:  CJ1
Britannia
published by the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
Vols 1-17 excluding vol 12 & 15
[i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17]
Index for vols 1-10  
Ref:  CA4*
Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology
Nos 2-7 (1959-67), 8-12 (1968-75)
[i.e. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12]
£3.00 each
Ref:  CA5*
Cornish Archaeology
published by the CornwallArchaeological Society


Contents list
Nos 23-27 (1984-88)
[i.e. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27]
£2.50 each
(Special Offer: £10.00 the lot)
Ref:  CZ1
Current Archaeology
7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27-106*, 108, 113, 115-139**
CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGY 1-120
Contents by issue (added to this page 16.2.13)
7 Greece
9 Aldwincle, Hereford, Jersey, South Witham, Winchester, Wroxeter
12 Aldingham, Dun Lagaidh, Sparsholt, Stone Circles, Sulgrave, Walesland Rath, York
13 Germany
14 Beakers, Burnswark, Burradon, Gomeldon, Keston, Pilsden Pen, Walsh report, Wroxeter
15 Hadrians Wall, Special issue
16 Faxton, Fyfield Down, Godrnanchester, Instant Archaeology, Lundy, Megalithic Enquiries
17 Danebury, Fengate, Garton Slack, Ipswich, Marden, South Cadbury, Southampton, Winchester, York
19 Breiddin, Bronze Age, Darenth, Faversham Abbey, London, North Elmham
20 Dorchester, Iron Age, Latimer, Winchester
22 Ireland Special issue
23 Barford, Cadcong, Chesterholm, Danebury, Mount Pleasant, South Cadbury, Vindolanda, Winchester, Wroxeter
24 Ascott-under-Wychwood, Ballynagilly, Lunt, Oxford, Rescue
27 Isle of Man, Lockleys, Glastonbury, Mam Tor, Yorkshire
28 Barburgh Mill, Dalladies, Deerhurst, Dover, Laneba. Lunt, Norton Fitzwarren
29 Cirencester, Lochmaben, Mosaics, Tamworth
30 Danebury, Education, Portchester, Rivenhall, Treasure Hunting, Waulud's Bank
31 Roman pottery, special issue, Norton Priory
32 Cullykhan, Earls Barton, Erosion of History, Itford Hill, Rhuddlan, Tewkesbury
33 Breiddin, Doncaster, Hereford, Schools, Winter Digging with RAG
34 Chambered tombs in Scotland: special issue
35 Oxfordshire: special issue, Church Archaeology, Girona
36 Duntreath, Little Waltham, North Elmham, Public archeology, Rams Hill, Rivenhall
37 Chalton, Crickley Hill, Moel y Gaer, Stippling, Tree ring dating, York
38 Darent Valley, Dover, Moated Sites, Somerset levels, Whither science?
39 Exeter, Crones W F, Mote of Mark, Wroxeter
40 Dalgety, Nautical Antiquities, Piercebridge, Trethurgy, West Stow
41 Artist and Reconstruction, Chelmsford, Garden Hill
42 Bearsden, Before Civilization, Cirencester, Ordnance Survey, Rams Hill, State Archaeology Service
43 Are Roman Bronzes Brass?, Colchester, Liddle Farm, Norton Priory, Professional Institution, Vindolanda
44 Cam Euny, CSE Archaeology, Lunt, Norfolk Archaeological Unit
45 Beckford, Cirencester, Farmoor, Gems in Roman Britain, Lunt, Lymm
46 Corbridge, Fengate, Neolithic Revolution, Northampton 47 Bedfordshire, Carn Brea, Hadstock 48 Hambledon, Kelvedon, Mesolithic, Norwich 49 Briar Hill, Catholme, London, Stamford, Wharram Percy
50 Bothwellhaugh, Calais Wold, Camelon, Ilchester, Meldon Bridge, Mucking, York
51 Broome Heath, Frere report. Garton Slack, Hoxne, Pen y Wyrlod
52 Bothwellhaugh, Cow's Roast, Foxholes, Harps and lyres, Native Towns of Roman Britain, Somerset levels
53 Biglands, Bishopstone, Canterbury, Lead-glazed ware, Lincoln, London kilns, Wales, Watercrook
54 Aldermaston, Alice Holt, Aqueducts, Kenya and Iron Age Britain, Mesolithic - or Neothermal?, Mount Sandel, Oronsay, Silt dating, Water Newton
55 Bearsden, Brenig, Crarnond, Dartmoor reaves, Grimes Graves, Piercebridge
56 Ancient Monuments, Dover, Gloucester, Goltho, Quoyscottie, St. Albans Abbey
57 Dover, London, Stone axes
58 Briar Hill, Christchurch, Crickley Hill, Hambledon Hill, M3, Mirrors, Offham Hill, Orsett, York
59 Catholme, Chalton, Cramond, London, Mount Sandel, St. Albans Abbey
60 Hampstead Heath, Hastings, Lockleys, Offa's Dyke, Severn and Avon, Waltham Abbey
61 Cambridge, Iron Age, Links of Noltland, Ribblehead, South Lodge, Stone Axes, Wetwang Slack
62 Antonine Wall, Canterbury, Croy Hill, Hayling Island, Seabegs Wood, Usk
63 Oxfordshire special issue, Broomhill, How to finish an excavation, Lincoln, Lunt
64 Alice Holt, Callanish, Cider making, Elstow, Halstock, Jurassic Spine, Otterb=
65 Boat finds on land, Dinorben, Later Bronze Age, London, Scord of Brouster
66 Dublin, London, Newmill, Odell, Sampling, Sheffield
67 Later bronze Age: special issue, Billingborough, Black Patch, Dartmoor Reaves, Down Farm, South Lodge, Thwing
68 Antiquities Bill, Carlisle, Egharn, Newbarn Down, Norwich, Runnymede bridge
69 Broomhill, Dunstable, Kingscote, Northavon, Nottingham, Pillboxes
70 Balbridie, Dinorben, Norton Priory, Quangos: massacred, Sampling and Animal Bones, Societies: County and Local, Two Neolithics?
71 Boudica, Briar Hill, Great Linford, Mosaics in Danger, Postmills, Two Neolithics?
72 Balbridie ... and Doon Hill, Barnsley Park, Chilgrove, Colchester, Fisherwick
73 Bury Hill, Dendrochronology, Howe, London, Wells
74 Aerial Photography, Cumberland Coast, Dyffryn Ogwen, Surrey houses, Trent, Yorkshire
75 Ashton, Bagendon, Bath, Caerleon, Capel Eithin, Carlisle, Carsington, Claydon Pike, Cold Knap, Hirsel, Raunds, Silchester, Wells
76 Beverley Minster, Crickley Hill, Dendro-dates, Devil's Hill, Dun Briste, Hambledon, Lydney Park, West Heslerton, Wetwang Slack, Withington, York
77 Beauport Park, Hibaldstow, Meare, Metal detectors at Maxey, Nantwich, Iron working
78 Barton on Humber, Birmingham's Bronze Age, Strathallan, Trelystan
79 Dumbarton, Dundurn, DunoHie, Eaton, Hamwic, Northampton, Sproxton, St. Abb's Head
80 Ancient Monuments, Canterbury, Dendro-dates, Littlecote, Norwich, Tarrant Hinton, Wharram Percy
81 Cowbridge, La Rochefoucauld, Leicester, Leprosy, Rhuddlan, Stonea, Thetford, Wessex round barrows
82 Bearsden, Castel Henllys, Drim, Pembrokeshire, Piddington, Silchester, St. Ishmaels, Stackpole Warren, Standing stones
83 Achrnore, Arran, Lincoln, London
84 Balfarg and Balbirnie, Chester, Nether Kinneil, Somerset levels, Strichen
85 Dunston's Clump, Cesspits, Northampton, Pompeii, Roman Wall-plaster
86 Baldock, Carlisle, Claydon Pike, Tap Slags and Hearth Bottoms
87 Danebury, Flag Fen, Gorhambury, Hazleton
88 Beddington, Down with winter digging!, Fletton, Frocester, R-B Urban Topography, Sussex, Thorpe Thewles
89 Christchurch, Cirencester, Gloucester, Goodbye New Archaeology? Hengistbury Head, Peterborough, Rollright Stones, Roman Tile and Brick
90 Jura, Milton Keynes, Oa'thank
91 Anglo-Saxon Church, Beeston Castle, Dalmore, Northampton, Skerne
92 Ardnadam, Causewayed camps, Donegore, Marden, Salisbury Museum, Sussex
93 Balfarg London, Pontnewydd, Reading, Silk, Tybrind Vig, Wetwang
94 Dail na Caraidh, Earrings, Roofs, Street House, Yorkshire Barrows
95 Carthage, Medieval town walls, Oxfordshire, Prehistoric Society, Sutton Hoo, Wetwang
96 Dencirochronology, Etton, Flag Fen, Hadrian's Wall, Maxey, Navan Fort, Whithorn
97 Balfarg, Bawsey, Butley, Dorchester, Environmental Archaeology, Jeciburgh, MSC Regulations, Stanwick
98 Canterbury, Curraghtarsna, Hartfield, Haverhill, North York Moors, Samian Ware, Stonehenge
99 Hasholme, Maryport, Metallurgy, Navan fort, Peel Castle, Sompting, Stanwell/Heathrow
100 Addyman (Peter), Biddle (Martin), Cunliffe (Barry), Renfrew (Colin), Wainwright (Geoffrey), History of Archaeological Periodicals
101 Aylesbury, Carlisle, Deal Man, St Albans
102 Brean Down, Castle Donnirigton, Flue Tiles, Langdale, Winchester
103 Buxton, Colchester, Ewanrigg, Garton Station
104 Elgirthaugh, Hartlepool, Redcliffe, York - Anglian
105 CIA, Caxton, Ice-houses, Lindow Moss, Roxby, Roystone Grange, Temple Balsa11
106 Irthlingborough, Pontefract, Raunds, Soutra, Stanstead, Stanwick, West Cotton
108 Burgh by Sands, Capel Maelog, Lofts Farm, Peel Gap, Springfield, Voluntary Contribution
113 Barra (Hebrides), Deer Park Farms, Palaeolithic, Piercebridge, Sandwell, Usk
115 Cumbria, Holme project, London, Monmouth, Rook Hall, Waveney Valley
116 Hadrian's Wall special issue
117 Special 'Disaster' issue on dendrochronology, Piddington, Pycombe, Stansted
118 Haddenham, Snape, Sutton Hoo, West Kennet
119 Derrynallan, Flag Fen, Islay, Pumsaint, Stanwick
120 Colchester, Dolforwyn, Sand Fiold, St Albans
and **121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139 (no contents list)
Ref:  CZ2
Current Archaeology
Duplicate run: 36-60, 66-77, 79-94, 96-100
[i.e. 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100]
Ref: CY1
Essex Countryside
Bound copies of the following:
(4)  Mar 1962 – Mar 1963
(5)  Apr 1963 – Jan 1964
(6)  Feb – Oct 1964
(7)  Dec 1964 – Dec 1965
(8)  Jan – Dec 1966
(9)  Jan – Dec 1967  (except Aug 1967)
(10)                     Jan – Nov 1968
(11)                     Jan – Dec 1969
(12)                     Jan – Dec 1970
(13)                     Jan – Dec 1971 (except Dec)
(14)                     Jan 1974 – Sep 1975
(15)                     Jan – Dec 1976
(16)                     Jan – Aug 1977
(17)                     Jan – Dec 1979
Loose copies of
(1)  Jan – Dec 1969
(2)  Jan – Dec 1972 (except May)
(3)  Jan – Dec 1973 (except May)
(4)  Jan – Dec 1974
(5)  Duplicate: Jan – Mar 1974
(6)  Jan – Dec 1975
(7)  Jan – Dec 1976
(8)  Duplicate: Jan – Dec 1976
(9)  Jan – Oct 1978
(10)                     Mar 1983 – Dec 1984
Box of 5 empty Essex Countryside binders
Ref:  CA6*
History (Journal of the Historical Society)
Nos. 176, 177, 182, 184, 186 (Oct 1967-Feb 1975)
£2.50 each
Ref:  CA7*
History Today
Years: 1959, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978
50p each monthly copy
(£5.00 for a calendar year)plus postage and packaging
Ref:  CE1*
History Today
Years: 1966, 1967, 1971, 1973
50p each monthly copy
(£5.00 for a calendar year)plus postage and packaging
Buy a copy or make enquiry
Ref: CA8*
Institute of Archaeology Bulletin
Nos 13-18 (1976-1981)
[i.e. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18]
£2.50 each
Ref:  CH1
Popular Archaeology
June 1979 – Aug 1984 (except Apr 1982 & June 1982)
£2.00 each
Ref:  CH2
Popular Archaeology
Duplicates:   Aug 1979 – Jul 1980, Aug 1982
£2.00 each
Ref:  CFG*
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society
1969 vol 35; 1970 vol 36; 1971 vol 37 (parts 1&2); 1972 vol 38; 1973 vol 39; 1974 vol 40 ; 1975 vol 41; 1976 vol 42; 1977 vol 43; 1978 vol 44; 1979 vol 45; 1980 vol 46  [Contents :  Vols 39-46;  Vols 35-38]
£7.00 each
Ref:  CH3
Suffolk Review
Vol 4 No 5 Summer 1977  (4 identical copies)
£1.50 each
Ref:  CA10*
World Archaeology
Vols 1-3 (9 numbers) 1969-72.
£3.00 each



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