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‎TEMERAIRE N°29 - LE PELOTON ANEANTI‎

‎ARTIMA. 1961. In-8 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. Environ 25 pages de BD N&B. Couverture illustrée en couleurs.‎

TEMERAIRE N°29 - LE PELOTON ANEANTI. COLLECTIF

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‎TEMERAIRE, N° 167‎

‎Arédit. 1974. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur bon état. 98 pages. Illustré de nombreux dessins en noir et blanc. 1er plat troué.‎

‎Coll. 'Courage exploit'. Le pont de Hanang.‎

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‎TENAX, N° 36‎

‎Imperia. 1974. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable. 128 pages. Illustré de nombreux dessins en noir et blanc. Tranche de tête rouge.‎

‎La Pimprenelle écarlate...‎

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‎TEX BILL - BIMESTRIEL N°95‎

‎AREDIT. 1976. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement pliée. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais. 98 pages de bandes dessinées en noir et blanc.‎

‎Sommaire : affaire ce contrebande, fort tacson, le colonel, Dodge se penche sur les noms indiens,pas de guerre pour un mitrailleur.‎

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‎TEX TONE N°385. UNE BONNE LECON.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1974. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 128 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée illustrée en noir et blanc. Léger manque sur le premier plat.‎

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‎TEX TONE N°391. 2 BEAUX CHEVAUX, 3 BEAUX COQUINS.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1975. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 128 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée illustrée en noir et blanc. Légère fente au dos.‎

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‎TEX-TONE N°240. L'AUTRE TEX-TONE.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1967. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Mors fendus. Intérieur frais. 64 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée en noir et blanc.‎

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‎TEX-TONE N°261. LE VENDEUR DE MIRACLES.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1968. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Agraffes rouillées. Intérieur frais. 64 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée en noir et blanc.‎

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‎TEX-TONE N°320. LA PIECE DE 1 DOLLAR.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1970. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Agraffes rouillées. Intérieur frais. 64 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée en noir et blanc.‎

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‎TEX-TONE N°503. LE DEJEUNER DES FOURMIS.‎

‎IMPERIA AND CO.. 1984. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 128 pages. Premier plat illustré en couleurs. Bande dessinée en noir et blanc.‎

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‎TEX-TONE, N° 387‎

‎Imperia and Co.. 1974. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur bon état. 128 pages. Illustré de nombreux dessin en noir et blanc. Dos légèrement abîmé.‎

‎Le charriot mystérieux...‎

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‎TEX-TONE, N° 434‎

‎Imperia and Co.. 1979. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur bon état. 128 pages. Illustré de nombreux dessin en noir et blanc.‎

‎Le Joueur...‎

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‎The antiquaries journal. General index. Volumes 61-70.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries, 2000. In-8 broché, 180 pp. sur deux colonnes. Très bonne condition.‎

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Reference : 498657

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 69. 1989. Part II.‎

‎Oxford, University Press, 1989. In-8 broché, pp.184-438-IX, qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : ANTIQUARIANISM AND PREHISTORY IN WEST MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, by Robert Leighton. - THE EXCAVATION OF AN EARLY BRONZE AGE SETTLEMENT AT ST VEITKLINGLBERG, LAND SALZBURG, AUSTRIA: AN INTERIM REPORT, by Stephen J. Shennan,F.S.A. - CHURCHES IN WORCESTER BEFORE AND AFTER THE CONVERSION OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS, by Steven Bassett, F.S.A. - THE ORIGINAL OWNER OF THE FITZWARIN PSALTER, by Nicholas Rogers. - THE MAN WHO TAUGHT LEONARDO DARTS. PIETRO MONTE AND HIS LOST' FENCING BOOK, by Sydney Anglo, F.S.A. - THE NEW PALACE YARD AND ITS FOUNTAINS: EXCAVATIONS IN THE PALACE OF WESTMINSTER 1972-4, by Valerie Horsman and Brian Davison, F. S.A. - NOTES. - EXHIBITS AT BALLOTS. - REVIEWS. - PROCEEDINGS AND OBITUARIES.‎

Reference : 497194

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 75. 1995.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 1995. In-8 broché, 394 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Excavations at Aksum, Ethiopia, 1993-4 by David W. Phillipson, F.S.A. - Le Yaudet, Ploulec'h, Côtes d'Armor, Brittany. An Interim Report on the Excavations of 1991-4 by Barry Cunliffe, P.S.A. and Patrick Galliou, F.S.A. - The Use of Coal in Roman Britain by Martin J. Dearne and Keith Branigan, F.S.A. - The Lady Chapel of Glastonbury Abbey by Malcolm Thurlby, F.S.A. - Westminster Abbey: Archaeological Recording at the West End of the Church by Tim Tatton-Brown. - 'Greater and More Splendid'. Some Aspects of Romanesque Durham Cathedral by Michael G. Jarrett, F.S.A.t and Howard Mason. - A Bailiff's List and Chronicle from Worcester by Diarmaid MacCulloch, F.S.A. and Pat Hughes. - An Illyrian Armorial in the Society's Collection by John A. Goodall, F.S.A. - Monsters and Messages: The Willmott and Braikenridge Manuscripts of Latin Church Music, 1591 by Judith Blezzard, F.S.A. - The Town and Castle of Conwy: Preservation and Interpretation by A. J. Taylor, Hon. V.-P.S.A. - The Travels and Travails of Francis Grose, F.S.A. by John H. Fanant. - Notes: An Iron Age strap-ring from North Newbald, Yorkshire by Kevin Leahy, F.S.A. - Corinthium aes and black bronze in the early medieval period by C. Stapleton, S. G. E., Bowman, V.-P.S.A., P. T. Craddock, F.S.A., S. La Niece, F.S.A. and S. M. Youngs, F.S.A.‎

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 76. 1996.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 1996. In-8 broché, 314 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : The Celtic Warrior Fibula by I. M. Stead, F.S.A. and N. D. Meeks. - A Decorated Shield-Boss from the River Trent, near Ratcliffe-on-Soar by Jeffrey Watkin, Ian Stead, F.S.A., Duncan Hook and Susan Palmer. - Contacts between the Late Roman Empire and North-Central Europe by Aleksander Bursche. - Social Pretensions in Architecture and Ancestry: Hall House, Sawbridge, Warwickshire and the Andrewe Family by N. W. Alcock, F.S.A. and C. T. Paul Woodfield. - Cardinal Wolsey's Tapestry Collection by Tom Campbell. - A Neglected Henrician Decorative Ceiling by Tatiana C. String. - The Armada Service': a Set of Late Tudor Dining Silver by Dora Thornton and Michael Cowell, F.S.A. - The Royal Stables: a Seventeenth-Century Perspective by Arthur MacGregor, F.S.A. - James Theobald's Missing' MS: History of the Society of Arts and his Chronological Register' of The Present Age' by D. G. C. Allan, F.S.A. and J. H. Appleby. - The Finding of the Esquiline Silver Treasure: an Unpublished Letter by Ronald T. Ridley, F.S.A. - Notes: Recent Finds of Late Bronze Age Gold from South Wales by Stephen Aldhouse-Green, F.S.A. and J. Peter Northover. - Hacked, Broken, or Chopped? A Matter of Terminology by Catherine Johns, F.S.A. - The Circus Plenus' Gaming Board and its Background: LUDIS, LUDI and Patronage by O. A. W. Dilke. - A Decorated Antler Disc from Scopwick, Lincolnshire by Mark Hall and Kevin Leahy, F.S.A. - Three Roman Rivet Spurs from Lincolnshire, by Kevin Leahy, F.S.A. - Castle Gatways During the Reign of Henry II by Peter White, F.S.A. - A Grotesque Corbel Head from Bordesley Abbey by Susan M. Hirst, F.S.A., David A Walsh, F.S.A. and Susan M. Wright, F.S.A. - Makers' Marks Engraved in Graffito on English Medieval and Post-Medieval Tombs and other Funeral Monuments by Doris Jones-Baker, F.S.A. - Lady Russell's Cup, 1703 by Randolph Vigne, F.S.A. - The Cunliffe Beaker by Peter Hawker, F.S.A. - A Lost Romanesque Portable Altar: two Engraved Plates Presented by Joseph Ames, Secretary by John A. Goodall, F.S.A. - The Society's Prints of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire by Peter Salway, F.S.A. - The Society of Antiquaries and Ordnance Survey Mapping of Stonehenge 1873 by Neil Beagrie. - Reviews.‎

Reference : 497206

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 77. 1997.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 1997. In-8 broché, 443 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Excavations on the Lower Terrace, Site C, Tintagel Island 1990-94 by C.D. Morris, F.S.A. and Rachel Harry. - The Articulation of Rib Vaults in the Romanesque Parish Churches of England and Normandy by Lawrence Hoey, F.S.A. - Heraldry in the Decoration of English Medieval Manuscripts by John A. Goodall, F.S.A. - The African Lords of the Intercontinental Gold Trade Before the Black Death: al-Hasan bin Sulaiman of Kilwa and Mansa Musa of Mali by J.E.G. Sutton, F.S.A. - Some Eighteenth Century Ferryhouses in Appin, Lorn, Argyll: the Development of the Single-Storeyed Mortared Stone Cottage in the West Highlands by Euan W. MacKie, F.S.A. - Two Documented Hoards of Treasure by Kenneth S. Painter, F.S.A. and Ernst Künzl. - Iron Age to Early Modern Activity and Palaeochannels at Magor Pill, Gwent: An Exercise in Lowland Coastal-Zone Geoarchaeology by J.R.L. Allen, F.S.A. and S.J. Rippon. - Notes: A Roman Inscription from the Old Market Hall Site, Chester by F.H. Thompson, F.S.A. - A Fragment of Anglian Sculpture from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire by J.T. Lang, F.S.A. and S. Wrathmell, F.S.A. - A Tournai Font in Laon Cathedral? by C.S. Drake, F.S.A. - The Farnham Pin by John Cherry, F.S.A. - An Unusual Elizabethan Silver Globe by Charles Whitwell by Elly Dekker and Gerard L'E. Turner, F.S.A. - A Portrait of Daniel Lock by William Hogarth by Brian Taylor, F.S.A. - REVIEWS.‎

Reference : 497208

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 78. 1998.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 1998. In-8 broché, 520 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Continuity Over Three Thousand Years of Northern Prehistory: The 'tel' at Howe, Orkney by B. Euan W. MacKie, F.S.A. - Two Silver Vessels with Dionysiac Scenes from Thrace, Nikolas Theodossiev. - Vessels of Death: Sacred Cauldrons in Archaeology and Myth, Miranda J. Green, F.S.A. - The Origins of Cambridgeshire By Susan Oosthuizen. - The So-Called Gundulf's Tower at Rochester Cathedral. A Reconsideration of its History, Date and Function, J. Philip McAleer, F.S.A. - A Fourteenth-Century Pulpitum Screen at Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, Stuart A. Harrison, F.S.A., Richard K. Morris, F.S.A. and David M. Robinson, F.S.A. - Five Building Contracts from Fifteenth-Century Suffolk, David Dymond, F.S.A. - The Lullingstone Helm, Claude Blair, F.S.A. - A Group of Late Medieval Inscribed Tiles from Bordesley Abbey, J. Stopford and Susan M. Wright, F.S.A. - A Fortification Sector to the 1673 Design of Sir Jonas Moore By D.J. Bryden, F.S.A. - The Deanery, Windsor Castle By Tim Tatton-Brown. - The Stained Glass at Chavenage House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire By Hilary Wayment, F.S.A. - Notes: Simon de Montfort (c. 117o-1218) and an Unusual Marshalling of Arms By John A. Goodall, F.S.A. - A Group of Multi-headed Stone Capitals from Anglesey B. Frances Lynch, F.S.A. - The Coronation of Edward vi and Society of Antiquaries Manuscript 123 B.. Sydney Anglo, F.S.A. - Lord Harcourt, the Bodleian Library and the Prints of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire By Gavin Hannah, F.S.A. - Eighteenth-Century Descriptions of the Cerne Abbas Giant By D. Morgan Evans, General Secretary. - Reviews.‎

Reference : 497210

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 80. 2000.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2000. In-8 broché, 384 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, qq.-unes en coul., bibliographies, index. Bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Anniversary Address 2000 By Simon Swynfen Jervis, PSA. - Archaeologists, Architectural Historians and the Planning Process: Whose Agenda? By John Pugh-Smith. - The Development of Embossed Goldwork in Bronze Age Europe By Stuart Needham, FSA. - The Promotion and Demotion of Whole Relics By Mark Spurrell, FSA. - St Davids Bishops Palace, Pembrokeshire By Rick Turner, FSA. - Offa's Dyke: Pattern and Purpose By David Hill, FSA. - Monumental Brasses and the Black Death A Reappraisal By Sally Badham, FSA. - King Henry VIII: Connoisseur, Performer and Composer of Music By Judith Blezzard, FSA and Frances Palmer, FSA. - The Cabal of a Few Designing Members': the Presidency of Martin Folkes, PRS, and the Society's First Charter By David Haycock. - Notes: A Newly Identified Figure of the Virgin from a Late Anglo-Saxon Rood at Great Hale, Lincolnshire By Paul Everson, FSA and David Stocker, FSA. - Nave Roof, Chest and Door of the Church of St Mary, Kempley, Gloucestershire: Dendrochronological Dating By Beric M Morley and Daniel W H Miles. - A Note on the Hutton Conyers Charter and Related Fenland Manuscripts By Paul Binski, FSA. - The Maternal Ancestry of Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753), and the Household of Ann Hamilton (c 1612-1689), Countess of Clanbrassil By M J Crossley Evans, FSA. - The Society of Antiquaries' Sabbath Lamp By Raphael Ralph Emanuel, FSA. - George Cruikshank's The Antiquarian Society, 1812, and Sir Henry Charles Englefield By Bernard Nurse, FSA, Librarian. - South Wales Plateways 1788-1860 By John van Laun, FSA and David Bick, FSA. - A Silver Punchbowl at the Society of Antiquaries By Richard Meager. - Reviews.‎

Reference : 497212

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 81. 2001.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2001. In-8 broché, 477 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, qq.-unes en coul., bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Anniversary Address 2001 By Simon Swynfen Jervis, PSA. - Two Early First Millennium BC Wells at Selsey, West Sussex and their Wider Significance By Mike Seager Thomas. - Is There Anybody Out There? A Reconsideration of the Environmental Evidence from the Breiddin Hillfort, Powys, Wales By Paul C Buckland, FSA, Mike Parker Pearson, FSA, Andy Wigley, and Maureen A Girlingt. - The Carnyx in Iron Age Europe By Fraser Hunter. - Gadebridge Revisited: Excavations on the Roman Villa 2000 By David S Neal, FSA. - John the Baptist and the Agnus Dei: Ruthwell (and Bewcastle) Revisited By Jane Hawkes, FSA and E monn O Carragáin with Ross Trench-Jellicoe. - The Orientation of Churches: Some New Evidence By Jason R Ali and Peter Cunich. - The North Portal of Durham Cathedral and the Problem of Sanctuary' in Medieval Britain By J Philip McAleer, FSA.- Divine Kingship and Dynastic Display: The Altar Wall Murals of St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster By Emily Howe. - The Archaeology of Cane Sugar Production: A Survey of Twenty years of Research in Cyprus By Marie-Louise von Wartburg, FSA. - The Chantry Chapel of John Oxenbridge in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle By Peter J Begent, FSA. - Serjeant Knight's Discourse on the Cross and Flags of St George (1678) By C S Knighton, FSA and Timothy Wilson, FSA. - Notes: A Linch-Pin of British Type Found at Blicquy (Hainaut, Belgium) By Léonce Demarez and Germaine Leman-Delerive. - The Examination, Interpretation and Replication of an Iron Lock from Lullingstone Roman Villa By J W Ansteet. - A Tudor Astrolabe by Thomas Gemini and its Relationship to an Astrological Disc by Gerard Mercator of 1551 By Gerard L'E Turner, FSA and Koenraad Van Cleempoel. - Reviews.‎

Reference : 497216

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 82. 2002.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2002. In-8 broché, 420 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Anniversary Address 2002 Rosemary J Cramp, PSA. - The Architecture of St Davids Cathedral: Chronology, Catastrophe and Design, Roger Stalley, FSA. - Christological Personal Seals and Christocentric Devotion in Later Medieval England and Wales, Elizabeth A New. - Some Aspects of Heraldry and the Role of Heralds in Relation to the Ceremonies of the Late Medieval and Early Tudor Court, John A Goodall, FSA. - The Pre-Reformation Altarpiece of Long Melford Church, Kim W Woods. - Auro et Argento Pulcherrime Fabricatum: New Visual Evidence for the Feretory of St Dunstan at Glastonbury and its Relation to the Controversy over the Relics, Julian M Luxford. - Early Tudor Canopywork at the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Angela Smith and Nicholas Riall. - Tudor Silver-gilt Dress-hooks: A New Class of Treasure Find in England, David Gaimster, FSA, Maria Hayward, David Mitchell and Karen Parker. - Privacy, Display and Over Extension: Walter Strickland's Rebuilding of Sizergh, Ian Goodall, FSA. - Vegetius's De Re Militari': The Triumph of Mediocrity, Sydney Anglo, FSA.- Robert Reid and the Early Involvement of the State in the Care of Scottish Ecclesiastical Buildings and Sites, Richard Fawcett, FSA. - Victorian Excavation Methodology: The Society of Antiquaries at Silchester in 1893, Michael Fulford, FSA and Amanda Clarke, FSA, with contributions by Hella Eckardt and Ruth Shaffrey. - Shorter Contributions: Does Corieltavi Mean Army of Many Rivers'?, Andrew Breeze, FSA. - Orientation within Early Medieval Cemeteries: Some Data from North-west Wales, David Longley, FSA. - A Viking Scabbard Chape from Chatburn, Lancashire, J N Edwards, FSA. - Three English Romanesque Lecterns, Geoffrey L Pearson, John E Prentice and Alastair W Pearson. - A Fragment of Medieval Painting Discovered Next to St Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, Jane Spooner. - Richard II, Henry Yevele and a New Royal Mansion on the Thames, Michael Bennett. - The Remedius and Maximus Reliquary, Jerome Bertram, FSA and John A Goodall, FSA. - Review Articles: Early Celtic Art in the British Isles, by E M Jope. - Ruth Megaw, FSA and Vincent Megaw, FSA. - From the Ground Up: The Publication of Archaeological Projects. A User Needs. - Survey, by S Jones, A MacSween, S Jeffrey, R Morris and M Heyworth Cadbury Castle, Somerset. The Early Medieval Archaeology, by L Alcock, S J Stevenson and C R Musson. - Cadbury Castle, Somerset. The Later Prehistoric and Early Historic Archaeology, by J C Barrett, P W M Freeman and A-Woodward, Roger J Mercer, FSA. - Reviews. - List of Books Received for Review.‎

Reference : 497217

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 83. 2003.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2003. In-8 broché, 545 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Accroc minime en tête du dos, bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Anniversary Address 2003, Rosemary Cramp, PSA. - Stone Circles, Oval Settings and Henges in South-west Wales and Beyon, Timothy Darvill, FSA, and Geoffrey Wainwright, FSA. - A Later Bronze Age Well Complex at Swalecliffe, Kent, Robert Masefield, Nicholas Branch et al, Peter Couldrey, Damian Goodburn et al, and Ian Tyers. - The Economy of Dürrnberg-Bei-Hallein: An Iron Age Salt-mining Centre in the Austrian Alps, Thomas Stöllner, with contributions from Horst Aspöck, Nicole Boenke, Claus Dobiat, Hans-Jürgen Gawlick, Willy Groenman-van Waateringe, Walter Irlinger, Katharina von Kurzynski, Richard Lein, Wolfgang Lobisser, Klaus Löcker, Vincent Megaw, FSA, Ruth Megaw, FSA, Graham Morgan, FSA, Erich Pucher and Trivun Sormaz. - The Archaeology of Beirut: A Report on Work in the Insula of the House of the Fountains, Dominic Perring, FSA, with contributions from Paul Reynolds and Reuben Thorpe. - An Early to Middle Saxon Settlement at Quarrington, Lincolnshire, Gary Taylor, with Carol Allen, Justine Bayley, FSA, Jane Cowgill, Val Fryer, Carol Palmer, Barbara Precious, James Rackham, FSA, Tessa Roper and Jane Young. - The Congresbury Carvings An Eleventh-century Saint's Shrine?, Catherine M Oakes and Michael Costen, FSA. - Queen Elizabeth's Coaches: The Wardrobe on Wheels, Julian Munby, FSA. - The Will and Probate Inventory of John Holmes (d 1629): Instrumental Music at Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals Revisited, Ian Payne, FSA. - Perspectival Restoration Drawings in Roman Archaeology and Architectural History, Frank Salmon, FSA. - Shorter Contributions: An English Romanesque Mount and Three Ninth-century Strap-ends, Richard Jewell, FSA. - Did the Late Twelfth-century Nave of St Davids Cathedral have Stone Vaults?, Malcolm Thurlby, FSA. - The Use of the Rebus on Medieval Seals and Monuments, John A Goodall, FSA. - Lord Hussey's Windows Martyrdom through Defenestration in Lincoln?, David Stocker, FSA. - Three Tudor Silver Dress-hooks, Dora Thornton, FSA, and David Mitchell. - A Seventeenth-century Portrait Miniature of Charles II as Prince of Wales?, Mark A Rickard. - Reviews.‎

Reference : 497221

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 84. 2004.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2004. In-8 broché, 484 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : The Winchester Hoard: A Find of Unique Iron Age Gold Jewellery from Southern England, J D Hill, FSA, Anthony J Spence, Susan La Niece, FSA, and Sally Worrell. - Excavations at the Viking Barrow Cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby, Derbyshire, Julian D Richards, FSA, with contributions by Pauline Beswick, FSA, Julie Bond, Marcus Jecock, Jacqueline McKinley, Stephen Rowland and Fay Worley. - A Survey of Romanesque Vaulting in Great Britain and Ireland, Lawrence R Hoey, FSA, and Malcolm Thurlby, FSA. - Sculpture, Dates and Patrons: Dating the Herefordshire School of Sculpture, John Hunt. - The Great Tower, Chepstow Castle, Wales, R C Turner, FSA, with contributions by J R L Allen, FSA, N Coldstream, FSA, C Jones-Jenkins, R K Morris, FSA, and S G Priestley. - Shorter Contributions: Egyptian Funerary Cones' from El-Moghraqa, Gaza, L Steel, W P Manley, J Clarke and M Sadeq. - New Scientific Dating of the Later Bronze Age Wells at Swalecliffe, Kent, Robert Masefield, Alex Bayliss and Gerry McCormac, FSA. - Britain's First Brass, Paul Craddock, FSA, Michael Cowell, FSA, and Ian Stead, FSA. - A Roman Inscribed Tablet from Red Hill, Ratcliffe-on-Soar (Nottinghamshire), R S O Tomlin, FSA. - Manchester's Ancient Name, Andrew Breeze, FSA. - On the Witham Bowl, James Graham-Campbell, FSA. - The Discovery and Saving of the Tournai Font at the Collegiate Church of Saint-Vincent, Soignies, Belgium, C S Drake, FSA. - The Production of Rabbits in Wiltshire during the Seventeenth Century, Joseph Bettey, FSA. - Loving Cups and Grace Cups, Claude Blair, FSA. - Joseph Sim Earle, FSA, and his Bequest to the Society, George McHardy, FSA. - Et in Arcadia? The Problems with Ruins, Dai Morgan Evans, FSA. - Review Articles: The Correspondence of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Volumes r and 2: The Formative Years 1835-1862, edited by William E Fredeman. - Dante Gabriel Rossetti, by Julian Treuherz, Elizabeth Prettejohn and Edwin Becker, Linda Parry, FSA. - The Victoria History of the Counties of England: Yorkshire East Riding, Volume VII. The Middle and North Divisions of Holderness Wapentake, edited by G H R Kent. - Northampton, Volume V. The Hundred of Cleley, edited by Philip Riden and Charles Insley. - The Townscape of Darlington, by Gillian Cookson, David Hey. - Reviews.‎

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 85. 2005.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2005. In-8 broché, 456 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : The Origins of Medieval Vessel Turning, Paola Pugsley. - Regional Variation in Irish Pre-Romanesque Architecture, Tomás O Carragáin. - Mapping Space, Mapping Time: the Thirteenth-century Vault Paintings at Salisbury Cathedral, Matthew M Reeve and Olivia Horsfall Turner. - The Jesus Chapel in St Paul's Cathedral, London: a Reconstruction of its Appearance before the Reformation, Elizabeth A New. - Gift Giving at the Court of Henry VIII: the 1539 New Year's Gift Roll in Context, Maria Hayward, FSA. - The Bishop's Palace at Mirepoix (Ariège) and French Renaissance Oak Panelling in a Scottish House, Charles Tracy, FSA. - The English Cemetery at Surat: Pre-Colonial Cultural Encounters in Western India, Chris Scarre, FSA, and Judith Roberts. - Antiquarian Gleanings in the North of England, Simon Swynfen Jervis, FSA. - Shorter Contributions: Cogidubnus Revisited, Richard Coates, FSA. - Impressed in Metal: the Seals of a Devon Tax Collector, Elizabeth A New and Mark Forrest. - The Archaeology of Personal Security: Metal-Detector Finds of Early Modern Letter-Combination Padlocks, David Gaimster, FSA. - The Religion of William Stukeley, Ronald Hutton, FSA. - Postscript to Victorian Excavation Methodology': the Revd J G Joyce and Winter Excavation at Silchester in the 1860s, Klare Tootell, Geoff Bailey and Michael Fulford, FSA. - Reviews.‎

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‎The antiquaries journal. Volume 87. 2007.‎

‎London, Society of Antiquaries of London, 2007. In-8 broché, 465 pp., qq. fig. et ill. photogr. en noir in et hors-texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition.‎

‎. Sommaire : Industrial Archaeology: The Challenge of the Evidence, Neil Cossons, FSA. - The Dunaverney and Little Thetford Flesh-Hooks: History, Technology and Their Position within the Later Bronze Age Atlantic Zone Feasting Complex, Sheridan Bowman, FSA, and Stuart Needham, FSA. - The Iron Age Mirror Burial at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire: An Interim Account, Gilbert Burleigh, FSA, and Vincent Megaw, FSA, with contributions from Helen Ashworth and Manse! Spratling. - Two Left-Handed Gladiators in Britain, Tony Wilmott, FSA. - The Temple of Sulis Minerva at Bath and the End of Roman Britain, James Gerrard. - Edward Lhuyd and the Origins of Early Medieval Celtic Archaeology, Nancy Edwards, FSA. - Edward the Confessor's Chapel, Westminster 'Abbey: The Origins of the Royal Mausoleum and its Cosmatesque Pavement, Sally Badham, FSA. - The Growth of a Mausoleum: The Pre-i600 Tombs and Brasses of St George's Chapel, Windsor, Nigel Saul, FSA. - Lambert Barnard in Chichester Cathedral: Ecclesiastical Politics and the Tudor Royal Image, Jonathan Woolfson and Deborah Lush. - Jack of Hilton and the History of the Hearth-Blower, Arthur MacGregor, FSA. - Baddesley Clinton: Architectural Responses to Social Circumstances, Nathaniel W Alcock, FSA, and Robert A Meeson, FSA. - John Leland and the Briton Brykes', Oliver Harris. - Anyone for Tennis? The Monument to Captain Gervase Scrope in St Michael's, Coventry, Jean Wilson, FSA. - Drawings of Antiquities in the Society's Albums c 1750-1860, Elizabeth Lewis, FSA. - The Society's Watercolours of Limerick's Mitre and Crozier Peter Harbison, FSA. - The Mystery of Charles Stothard, FSA, and the Bayeux Tapestry Fragment, Michael Lewis, FSA. - The Disputed Presidential Election of Joan Evans, April 1959, Pamela Tudor-Craig, FSA. - Review Article: Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales 1300-1500. Vol III: Southern England, by Anthony Emery, Martin Cherry, FSA. - Reviews.‎

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