Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, Volume 101 (1997)

trans101.gif (15015 bytes)Fieldwork by Trent & Peak Archaeological Trust in Nottinghamshire, 1995-6 edited by Keith Challis

Bronze Age Metalwork from the River Trent in Nottinghamshire, by Christopher J Scurfield

A Middle Bronze Age Rapier from Langford, Nottinghamshire by David Knight

Further Excavations of an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement near Gonalston, Nottinghamshire by Lee Elliott and David Knight

A 13th Century Crisis in the Royal Forest of Sherwood in Nottinghamshire by R Laxton

‘A Garden called Paradise’: Variant Street Names and the Changing Townscape in later Medieval Nottingham, by Trevor Foulds

Tudor Stoers and Set-poles form the River Trent by C R Salisbury

Civil War Monuments Project, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire: Rediscovery of Civil War Redoubt ‘Z’ by V Holyoak

The Adaptation of Open Field Farming in an East Nottinghamshire Parish: Orston, 1641-1793 by Paul Barnes

The Nottinghamshire History Lecture, 1997: The Politics of Park Management in Nottinghamshire, c 1750-1850 by Ben Cowell

Recruitment into the Armed Forces in Nottinghamshire, 1793-1815 by J V Beckett

Colonel Thomas Wildman and the Transformation of Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, 1817-1859 by Rosalys Coope

‘The Best Firms to Work For’: the Employment of Women in Nottingham’s Manufacturing Industries between the World Wars by Nicola Verdon

Shorter Reports

A Medieval Strap-End from Fulwood, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire by Graeme Guilbert and Daryl Garton

A Medieval Bridle-Boss from Woodborough Park Farm, Woodborough, Nottinghamshire by Graeme Guilbert

An Indenture between Two Sheriffs of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, 1537 by David Crook


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