Stonehenge and the Ashmolean

 

Stonehenge: Bibliography Relating to Collections in the Ashmolean Museum
General
  • Chippindale, Christopher. (1983) Stonehenge Complete. London, Thames and Hudson.
  • Cleal, R., Walker, K. & R. Montague. (1995) Stonehenge in its landscape: Twentieth-century excavations. English Heritage Archaeological Report 10. London, English Heritage.
 
The Passmore Collection
  • Crawford, O.G.S. (1924) "Notes: The Stonehenge Avenue." The Antiquaries Journal IV, p. 57-59.
 
The Hawley Excavations
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1921) "Stonehenge: Interim Report on the exploration." The Antiquaries Journal I, 19-39.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1922) "Second Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge." The Antiquaries Journal II, p.36-51.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1923) "Third Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge." The Antiquaries Journal III, p. 13-20.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1924) "Fourth Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge." The Antiquaries Journal IV, p.30-39.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1925) "Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1923." The Antiquaries Journal V, p. 21-51.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1926) "Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the Season of 1924." The Antiquaries Journal VI, p. 1-26.
  • Hawley, Lt.-Col. W. (1928) "Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during 1925 and 1926." The Antiquaries Journal VIII, p. 148-176.

NB: Hawley's correspondence concerning these excavations is in the Society of Antiquaries archive and the Public Record Office.

 
The Allen Aerial Photographs
  • Allen, G.W.G. (1984) "Aerial Archaeology." The Journal for Air Photography and Archaeology 10.
 
The Works of Henry Browne
  • Browne, H. (1867) An Illustration of Stonehenge and Abury, in the County of Wilts, Pointing Out Their Origin and Character, through Considerations Hitherto Unnoticed. Browne, Amesbury.
  • Browne, H. (1832) The Geology of Scripture, Illustrating the Operation of the Deluge, and the Effects of which it was Productive: with a Consideration of Scripture History, in Reference to Stonehenge and Abury, in Wiltshire; and to the Caves of Elephanta and Salsette, and the Wonders of Elora, in Hindoostan; a Statement of New and Important Views of Geology, Resulting from Information Contained in Scripture; and an Interesting Tour from Christchurch, along the Banks of the River Avon, and across the Wansdyke to Abury. Browne, Frome. [From Chippindale 1983, Notes to Chapter 5, note 16. Chippindale also notes that a book of watercolours from this journey is in the Red House Museum, Christchurch.]
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