Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, Volume 117 (2013)

Notes on contributors

Figures and Plates

Officers of the Society

Editors' Notes

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

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