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Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. John Edward Lee, a Monmouthshire Antiquary; Octavlus Morgan, Antiquarian and Politician; Glen Usk and the Mackworths; Early Castle Studies and the Association; Out with the Monmouthshires: the Association in the Monmouthshire Merlin; Welsh Antiquarian Societies and Field Clubs in the Nineteenth Century; The Legionary Fortress at Usk; The Making of a Monument: The Office of Woods and its Successors at Tintern Abbey; Some Memories of the Monmouthshire Antiquarians; Publications of the Caerleon Antiquarian Association. Uneven fading to covers. Some marks.
Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. Coastal Change and Wetland Heritage at Goldcliff; Caerwent: Excavations of 1855 - A Planning Error?; The Llangwm Phallic Stone; Evidence for a Pre-Norman Structure at Monmouth; The Twelfth-Century Church at Tintern Abbey; Some Tintern Abbey Floor Tiles at St. George's Chapel, Windsor; Grangefield Moated Site, Redwick; Raglan Castle: A Reconsideration of an Aspect of the Herbert Period c. 1460-69; A 'Pocket Dag' from Chepstow; Scouring the Land: Early Iron Ore Extraction at Blaenavon; The Archaeology of the Second World War in Gwent; A Select Bibliography of the Writings of Jeremy K. Knight, 1962 to 1995. Marks to covers. Small tear/chip of loss along bottom edge of front cover.
Grey card wraps. Contains: The Early Church in Gwent, II; The Early Medieval Church; Chepstow Castle: Excavations in the Great Gatehouse, 1991; The Bank street Development, Chepstow 1990-91; Excavations at St. Mary's Priory, Usk, 1987; Usk Priory: An Unrecorded Excavation; Personal Seals found in 1992; Field Excusions 1992. B/w photos. Marks to covers. Spine faded.
Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. Ihe Foundation of the Priories of Bassaleg and Malpas; Early Settlement and Land Use in the Man-Moel District; The troubled foundation of Grace Dieu Abbey; Abergavenny Lordship in the late fifteenth century; Gwent Seals: VIII; An eighteenth century Clay Pipe Production Site at Caerleon; The grounds of Dan-y-Graig, Christchurch, Newport. Cover corner creases.
Grey card wraps. Includes Roman Glass Vessels from Caerleon and other articles. B/w photos. Marks to covers; including a cup ring mark.
Grey card wraps. B/w illustrations. Includes Excavations at Monmouth, 1973 by Ron Shoesmith, Penhow Castle, The Tintern Abbey Bible by Daniel Huws and more. Slight wrinkle to covers. A few marks.
Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. A Copper Flat Axe from Goetre; The Excavation of a Medieval Trackway and Stone Structures at Undy; Gwent Seals: IX; Rogerstone Grange, St. Aryan's; St. Julian's House, Newport: The Inventory of 1602-03; Ecclesiastical Problems; Tintern Abbey and the Romantic Movement. Some corner creasing. Marks to covers.
THE MONMOUTHSHIRE ANTIQUARY VOLUME XXV-XXVI
Written by Annette M. Burton; David H. Williams.
Stock no. 2130955
Published by Monmouthshire Antiquarian Association. 2010. Slightly better than very good condition.
Pale grey pictorial card wraps. B/w illustrations.Contains: Gwenllian Jones A Tribute;A Time Team Evaluation at Harold's House, Portskewett;Llanthony Prima Priory;Gwent Seals XI A Seal from Llanfrechfa;A Topographical Survey of Medieval Newport;Francis Grose in Monmouthshire, 1775;A Man Full of Craft and Subtlety Sir Trevor Williams;Castle Street Congregational Church, Abergavenny; James Davies A Village Schoolmaster; A Family Wedding October 1884
Grey card wraps. B/w illustrations. Contains: Excavations at 19 Cross Street Abergavenny 1986; the Monmouth Hoard of Aethelred II Coins; Excavations behind Bank Street Chepstow 1992; Excavations at Trelech 1991-93; The Earliest written English in Monmouthshire? The Herbert Bailiff's Account 1463; Gwent Seals: VII - A Shirenewton Seal; Six Medieval Seal Matrices from Gwent and one from Gloucestershire; The Evidences of the People - the Archives of the County of Gwent. Spine is faded. Grubby marks to covers.