12 May 2014

Transactions of the Thoroton Society, Volume 117 (2013)

The latest volume of the Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire has just been published. It includes the following articles:
  • Archaeology in Nottinghamshire by Keith Challis (editor)
  • A romantic royal retreat, and an idealised forest in miniature: the designed landscape of medieval Clipstone, at the heart of Sherwood Forest by Andy Gaunt and James Wright
  • The interpretation of field walking finds from Bingham in the post-medieval to modern periods by Peter Allen and Geoff Ashton
  • The Soke of Dunham and its Liberties in the Twelfth and Early Thirteenth Centuries by David Crook
  • Annual History Lecture: The emotional landscape of Sir Thomas Parkyns of Bunny by Lizbeth Powell
  • Fee trees and rogue verderers in early eighteenth century Sherwood Forest by Sara Morrison
  • The Newark Navigation 1740-c1850 by Stanley Chapman
  • The much lamented late Lord Byron: Nottinghamshire Visitors to St Mary's, Hucknall 1825-1834 by Ralph Lloyd-Jones
  • 'Hanging For Sheep Hanging's Sake?' Convicted Murderers and the Nottingham Press 1850-1880 by Matthew Grogan
Further details are available on the Thoroton Society website.

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