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Hampshire Studies 2012:

Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, Volume 67, pt. II

Steve Teague

The Chance Discovery of Two Beaker Burials at Kempshott Park, Basingstoke

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Unfinished lead alloy disc brooch
David Graham et al Environmetal Sampling of One of a Pair of Mounds on Slab Common, Bordon
Nick Stoodley New Light on the Southern End of Hamwic: Excavations at the Deanery by Southampton City Council Archaeological Unit and Wessex Archaeology
J I Russel New Evidance Regarding the Southern End of Saxon Hamwic SOU 1332
Vaughan Birbeck Middle Saxon Settlement at the Deanery, Chapel Road, Southampton
B E Whitehead Archaeological Investigations at Charlotte Place, Southampton
Ben Jervis Medieval Pottery from Romsey: an Overview
Nicholas Riall Defining the Early Sixteenth-century Renaissance Experience: the Tomb of Richard and Elizabeth Norton at East Tisted, Hampshire
Jeremy Greenwood The Changing Technology of of Post Medieval Salt Production in Hampshire
Andy Taylor An Early 19th-century Tile Kiln, with Early Post-medieval Occupation and Medieval Activity at the Former Queen's Head Public House, Marrowbrook Lane, Farnborough
Paul Everill Through a Strange Country: the Parkers' Work at Old Winchester Hill, July 1807
Malcolm Walford Hampshire's Highways Under Military Occupation
J. R. L. Allen Ham Hill Stone in North Hampshire: J.I. Pearson's Church of St. Mary (1896), Laverstoke