Radley History Club archive catalogue
Oxoniensia
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Oxoniensia is the journal of the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society, which furthers the study of the archaeology, topography and history of Oxford and Oxfordshire.  It publishes one volume a year, normally at the very end of the year or in the following January.
 
Year Volume and issue no. Number of issues available Notes
1990 LV 1 Long-term loan from Richard Dudding
1991 LVI 1 Long-term loan from Richard Dudding
1995 LX 1 Includes article on the Excavation of a Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age Site at Eight Acre Field, Radley by Andrew Mudd et al.
1999 LXIV 1 Long-term loan from Richard Dudding. Includes article by Rachel Everett and Bob Eeles on Archaeological Investigations at Thrupp House Farm, Radley
2005 LXX 1 Long-term loan from Richard Dudding
2008 LXXIII 1 Includes article by John Steane on Abingdon Monks' Map
2009 LXXIV 1
2010 LXXV 1 Includes article by Roger Thomas on Monastic Town Planning at Abingdon
2012 77 1 Presented by family of Robert Sephton
2013 78 1 Long-term loan from Richard Dudding. Includes article by Manfred Brod on New Light on the Abingdon Monks' Map
2015 80 1 Long-term loan. Includes review by Adrienne Rosen of 'Early Modern Radley'
2016 81 1 Presented by family of Robert Sephton

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