Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine

Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine is a county journal published by the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (WANHS), based in Devizes. It has been published almost annually since 1854[1] and is distributed to the Society's members and subscribers, and exchanged with other linked societies.

Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine
LanguageEnglish
Edited byDr Stuart Brookes
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Wilts. Archaeol. Nat. Hist. Mag.
Indexing
ISSN0262-6608

Volumes and selected articlesEdit

volumes 1 to 25Edit

  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 1 (1854)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 2 (1855), ed. Edward Hungerford Goddard
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 3 (1857), ed. Edward Hungerford Goddard
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 4 (1858)
    • J. E. Jackson, 'Charles, Lord Stourton, and the Murder of the Hartgills, in January 1557', 36–128
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 5 (1859)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 6 (1860), ed. Edward Hungerford Goddard
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 7 (1864)
    • J. E. Jackson, 'Ambresbury Monastery', 14–50
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 8 (1864)
    • J. E. Jackson, Malmesbury', 242–346
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 9 (1866)
    • J. Thurnam, 'On an incised marking on the impost of the Great Trilithon at Stonehenge', 268–77
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 10 (1867)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 11 (1869)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 12 (1870)
    • R. H. Jones, 'An Anglo-Saxon charter relating to the parish of Stockton in Wiltshire', 216–220
    • C. H. Talbot, 'On the Existing Structure of Lacock Abbey', 221–233
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 13 (1872)
    • W. Cunnington, 'Notes on a long barrow on Oldbury Hill', 103–104
    • W. W. Ravenhill, 'Records of the Rising in the West', 119–188
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 14 (1874)
    • W. Whitaker, 'List of books, papers, maps, etc. on the geology, mineralogy, and palaeontology of Wiltshire', 107–120
    • A. C. Smith, 'On Certain Wiltshire Traditions, Charms and Superstitions', 320–331
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 15 (1875)
    • Rev. Canon J. E. Jackson, 'Wulfhall and the Seymours', 140–207
    • Walter de Gray Birch, 'Collections towards the history of the Cistercian Abbey of Stanley in Wiltshire', 292
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 16 (1876)
    • C. H. Talbot, 'Agreement for Building a Chapel at Lacock', 356
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 17 (1878)
    • J. E. Jackson, 'Amye Robsart', 47–93
    • H. T. Armfield, 'The ancient roof paintings in Salisbury Cathedral', 129–135
    • N. S. Maskelyne, 'Stonehenge: the petrology of its stones', 147—160
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 18 (1879)
    • J. E. Jackson, 'Longleat Papers', 9–48
    • H. T. Kingdon, 'An Early Vernacular Service', 62–70
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 19 (1881)
    • J. S. Phené, 'Existing analogies of Stonehenge and Avebury. Researches in the Mediterranean', 235–247
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 20 (1882)
    • J. E. Jackson, 'The eminent ladies of Wiltshire history', 26–45
    • C. Moore, 'Notes on Wiltshire geology and palaeontology', 45–54
    • Charles Hobhouse, 'Some Accounts of the Parish of Monkton Farleigh', 89–100
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 21 (1884)
    • C. H. Talbot, 'On the Architecture of Malmesbury Abbey', 26–34
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 22 (1885)
    • W. W. Ravenhill, 'Murder in the Seventeenth Century', 39–69
    • C. J. Read, 'The flint implements of Bemerton and Milford Hill, near Salisbury', 117–123
    • Rev. Canon Eddrup, 'Notes on some Wiltshire Superstitions', 334
    • W. Cunnington, 'Barrow at Ogbourne St Andrew', 345–348
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 24 (1889)
    • A. H. L.-F. Pitt-Rivers, 'The President's Address'
    • F. G. S. Cunnington, 'Notes on Bowl's Barrow', 104–125
    • E. P. E., 'Passing Children through a Cleft Ash Tree to Cure Rupture', 344–345
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 25 (1891)
    • C. E. Ponting, 'Edington Church', 224
    • J. A. Reeve, 'Notes on the Architectural History of the Palace', 183

volumes 26 to 50Edit

  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 26 (1892)
    • W. R. Andrews, 'The Origin and mode of formation of the Vale of Wardour', 258–269
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 27 (June 1894)
    • J. J. H. Teall, 'Notes on sections of Stonehenge rocks belonging to Mr. W. Cunnington', 66–68
    • C. E. Ponting, 'Notes on Churches in the Neighborhood of Warminster, 269-271
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 28 (1895)
    • E. H. Goddard, 'Notes on a Roman Cross-Bow, &c., found at Southgrove Farm, Burbage', 87–90
    • J. E. Jackson, 'Index to the "Wiltshire Institutions" as printed by Sir Thomas Phillipps', 210-235
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 29 (1897)
    • C. E. Ponting, 'The Parish Church of S. Michael, Mere', 20–70
    • E. E. Dorling, 'Notes on the History of Salisbury Cathedral', 113–122
    • Edward Goddard, 'Witchcraft in Wiltshire', 165
    • J. W. Brooke, B. H. Cunnington, 'Excavation of a Roman Well near Silbury Hill', 166–171
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 30 (1899)
    • E. Ll. Gwillim, 'Notes from the Register Books of the Parish of Preshute during the 17th Century', 100-116
    • Anon., 'The Society's MSS. — Chiseldon and Draycot'
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 31 (1901)
    • C. H. Talbot, 'Amesbury Church: Reasons for Thinking that it was not the Church of the Priory', 8–29
    • C. S. Ruddle, 'Notes on Durrington', 331–342
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 32 (1902)
    • W. J. Harrison, 'A bibliography of the great stone monuments of Wiltshire - Stonehenge and Avebury', 1–169
    • C. R. Stratton, 'An English manor in the time of Elizabeth', 288–310
    • W. G. Clark-Maxwell, 'The Customs of Four Manors of the Abbey of Lacock', 311—350
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 33 (1903–04)
    • 'On the Palaeolithic Flint Implements from Knowle, Savernake Forest', 139-144
    • "Purton", 'A Case in the Star Chamber', 145–168
    • E. M. Thompson, 'Offenders against the Statute of Labourers in Wiltshire AD 1349', 404–407
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 34 (1905–06)
    • J. U. Powell, 'South Wilts in Romano-British Times'
    • C. V. Goddard, 'Customs of the Manor of Winterbourn Stoke', 208–215
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 35 (1907–08)
    • Thomas H. Baker, 'The churchwardens' accounts of Mere', 23-92
    • C. Wordsworth, 'Customs of Wishford and Barford in Grovely Forest', 283–316
    • E. H. Goddard, 'Avebury: Orientation of the Avenues', 515–517
    • H. Brakspear, 'Stanley Abbey', 541–581
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 36 (1909–10)
    • C. Haskins, 'The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Salisbury', 1–12
    • A. Du Boulay Hill, 'The Saxon boundaries of Downton, Wilts.', 50–56
    • M. E. Cunnington, 'The discovery of a chamber in the long barrow at Lanhill, 300-310
    • J. W. Brooke, 'The Excavation of a Roman Well near Silbury Hill', 373–375
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 37 (1911–12)
    • M. E. Cunnington, 'Knap Hill Camp' 42-65
    • E. Nevill, 'Salisbury in 1455 (Liber Niger)', 66-92
    • 'Tropenell Memoranda', 542–592
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 38 (1913–14)
    • M. E. Cunnington, 'The re-erection of two fallen stones, and discovery of an interment with drinking cup, at Avebury, 1–11
    • B. H. Cunnington, M. E. Cunnington, 'Casterley Camp excavations', 53-106
    • E. H. Goddard, 'A List of the Prehistoric, Roman, and Pagan Saxon Antiquities in the County of Wiltshire. Arranged Under Parishes', 153-378
    • A. D. Passmore, 'Liddington Castle (Camp)', 576–584
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 39 (1915–17)
    • F. Street, 'The relations of the bishops and citizens of Salisbury (New Sarum) between 1225 and 1612', 185–257
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 40 (1917–18)
    • Maud Cunnington, 'Lidbury Camp', 17–19
    • Mrs Herbert Richardson, 'Wiltshire Newspapers — Past and Present: Part III, The Newspapers of South Wilts', 53–69
    • P. Farrer, 'Durrington Walls, or Long Walls', 95—103
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 41 (1920)
    • E. J. Bodington, 'The Church Survey of Wiltshire, 1649-50', 1–39
    • B. H. Cunnington, 'Blue hard stone, ye same as at Stonehenge' found in Boles [Bowles] Barrow (Heytesbury, 1)', 172-174
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 47 (1935)
    • J. F. S. Stone, 'Excavations at Easton Down, Winterslow, 1933–1934', 68–80
    • J. F. S. Stone, 'Some discoveries at Ratfyn, Amesbury, and their bearing on the date of Woodhenge', 55–67
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 49 (1940)
    • A. D. Passmore, 'A disc barrow containing curious flints near Stonehenge', 238
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 50 (1943)
    • Anon., 'Wiltshire folklore jottings', 24–46
    • A. D. Passmore, 'Medieval enclosures at Barbury and Blunsdon', 194–195
    • C. R. Everett, 'Notes on the Decanal and other Houses in the Close of Sarum', 425–445

volumes 51 to 75Edit

  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 51 (1945)
    • H. Trevor-Cox, 'Further Notes on the History of the Manor of East Winterslow', 18-23
    • E. G. H. Kempson, 'The Vicar's Library, St Mary's, Marlborough', 194–215
    • H. de S. Short, 'Bronze Age Beakers from Larkhill and Bulford', 381–383
    • J. Donald Grose, 'Botanical References in the Saxon Charters of Wiltshire', 555–583
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 52 (1948)
    • J. F. S. Stone, W. E. V. Young, 'Two pits of Grooved Ware date near Stonehenge', 287–306
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 55 (1954)
    • N. Thomas, 'Notes on some Early Bronze Age grave groups', 311–333
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 56 (1958)
    • R. H. Cunnington, 'Marden and the Cunnington manuscripts', 4–11
    • N. Thomas, 'A Neolithic pit on Waden Hill, Avebury', 167-171
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 66 (1961)
    • N. Thomas, 'Notes on some Early Bronze Age objects in Devizes Museum', 1–8
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 67 (1972)
    • Robert Beddard, 'The church of Salisbury and the accession of James II', 132–148
    • P. R. Saunders, 'A flanged axe from Durnford', 158-159
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 68 (1973)
    • G. Smith, 'Excavation of the Stonehenge Avenue at West Amesbury, Wiltshire', 42–63
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vols. 70/71 (1975–1976)
    • P. R. Saunders, 'A flat axe from Figheldean or Netheravon', 125–126
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vols. 72/73 (1978)
    • A. Saville, 'Five flint assemblages from excavated sites in Wiltshire' 1-28
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vols. 74/75 (1979–1980)

volumes 76 to 100Edit

  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 76 (1982)
    • J. B. Delair, 'New and little-known Jurassic reptiles from Wiltshire', 155–164
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 77 (1983)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 78 (1984)
    • J. G. Evans, 'Stonehenge - the environment in the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age and a Beaker-Age burial' 7–30
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 85 (1992)
    • J. H. Stevenson, 'The castles of Marlborough and Ludgershall in the Middle Ages', 70–79
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 97 (2004)
    • M. Rawlings, M. J. Allen' F. Healy, 'Investigation of the Whitesheet Down environs 1989-90: Neolithic causewayed enclosure and iron age settlement', 177–179
    • R. Cleal, M. Allen, 'Investigation of tree-damaged barrows on King Barrow ridge and Luxenborough plantation, Amesbury', 218–248
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 98 (2005)
    • I. Hunt, '350 Years Ago: The Penruddock Rebellion', 12–28
    • Christian Frost, 'The symbolic move to New Sarum', 155–164
    • J. J. Taylor, 'The work of the master Wessex goldsmith: its implications', 316–326
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 99 (2006)
    • R. A. Ixer, P. Turner, 'A detailed re-examination of the petrology of the Altar Stone and other non-sarsen sandstones from Stonehenge as a guide to their provenance', 1–9
    • T. Longman, 'Iron Age and later defences at Malmesbury: excavations 1998–2000', 104–164
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 100 (2007)
    • L. Haycock, 'Faith, hope and charity: urban collectivism in late-Georgian Devizes', 136-153
    • P. Robinson, 'Some early petrological analyses of Neolithic and Bronze age lithics in Wiltshire Heritage Museum', 187–191
    • A. Breeze, 'Britons and Saxons at Chittoe and Minety', 199–202

volumes 101 onEdit

  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 101 (2008)
    • A. B. Powell, G. P. Jones, L. Mepham, 'An Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at Cleveland Farm', 18–50
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 102 (2009)
    • J. English, G. Brown, 'An analytical survey of the earthworks near Old Shaw, Alton Barnes', 222–232
    • A. B. Powell, J. Chandler, D. Dodden, L. Mepham, C. Stevens, and S. Knight, 'Late Saxon and medieval occupation near Salisbury Street, Amesbury', 188–210
    • Anon, 'Excavation and Fieldwork in Wiltshire 2007', 331–345
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 103 (2010)
    • R. A. Ixer, R. E. Bevins, 'The petrography, affinity and provenance of lithics from the Cursus Field, Stonehenge', 1–15
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 104 (2012)
    • R. A. Ixer, R. E. Bevins, 'The detailed petrography of six orthostats from the bluestone circle, Stonehenge, 1–14
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 105 (2012)
    • R. De'Athe, 'Early to middle Anglo-Saxon settlement, a lost medieval church rediscovered and an early post-medieval cemetery in Wilton', 117–144
    • G. Bathe, 'The Savernake horn', 168–181
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 106 (2013)
    • 'Status animarum: A Religious Profile of the Diocese of Salisbury in the 1780s', 218–229
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 107 (2014)
    • A. Langlands, 'Placing the burh in Searobyrg: rethinking the urban topography of early medieval Salisbury', 91–105
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 108 (2015)
    • A. B. Powell, 'Bronze Age and Early Iron Age burial grounds and later landscape development outside Little Woodbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire', 44–78
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 109 (2016)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 110 (2017)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 111 (2018)
  • Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Vol. 112 (2019)

Online availabilityEdit

The Biodiversity Heritage Library, in partnership with the Internet Archive and the Natural History Museum Library, London, has a near-complete set of scanned volumes. As of January 2021, the collection goes as far as volume 106 (2013).[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Edward Hungerford Goddard, ed. (1854). The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
  2. ^ "Wiltshire archaeological and natural history magazine". Biodiversity Heritage Library. Retrieved 29 January 2021.

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