Abbreviations Used in the Volume

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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset, Volume 5, East. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1975.

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Ant. J. The Antiquaries Journal.
Arch. Archaeologia.
Arch. J. The Archaeological Journal.
B.A.P. Abercromby, J., Bronze Age Pottery (1912).
Barrow Diggers Woolls, C., The Barrow Diggers (1839).
B.M. The British Museum.
Britannia Journal of Romano-British and Kindred Studies (Vol. I, 1970– ).
Cambridgeshire I, II R.C.H.M., Inventories of Cambridgeshire, I (1968), II (1972).
Coker Coker, John (or Gerard T.), Survey of Dorset (1732).
Colt Hoare Hoare, Sir R. C., History of Ancient Wiltshire (1810, 1821).
Colvin Colvin, H. M., A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects, 1660–1840 (London, 1954).
C.P.M. Cecil Papers, Maps; Hatfield House muniments.
C.T.D. Warne, C., Celtic Tumuli of Dorset (1866), in three parts, each separately paged: Pt. I, My own Personal Researches; Pt. 2, Communications from Personal Friends; Pt. 3, Tumuli Opened at Various Periods.
C.U.A.P. Air photographs provided by the Committee for Aerial Photography, Cambridge University.
Cunnington MS. Notes by E. Cunnington, c. 1890, in D.C.M.; published in Dorset Procs., XXXVII (1916).
D.B. Domesday Book. V.C.H., Dorset, Vol. iii.
D.C.M. Dorset County Museum, Dorchester.
D.C.R.O. Dorset Record Office, Dorchester.
Dorset I, II etc. Other volumes of the present work.
Dorset Barrows Grinsell, L. V., Dorset Barrows (Dorchester, 1959).
Dorset Procs. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society (Dorchester, 1879–).
Durden Catalogue Payne, G., Catalogue of the Museum o Local Antiquities Collected by Mr. Henry Durden (Lewes, 1892).
E.H.R. The English Historical Review.
Eyton Eyton, R. W., A Key to Domesday (1878).
Fägersten Fägersten, A., Place Names of Dorset (Upsala, 1933).
Feudal Aids Feudal Aids, 1284–1431 (H.M.S.O.).
Hutchins Hutchins, John, History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, 3rd edition (Westminster, 1861–70). When reference is necessary to the 1st and 2nd editions (1773 and 1803) this is specified.
I.A.S.B. Problems of the Iron Age in Southern Britain, ed. S. S. Frere. (C.B.A. Conference, 1958; University of London Institute of Archaeology, occasional paper No. 11.)
I.P.M. Inquisitions Post Mortem, P.R.O.; published in S.D.N.Q., VIII–XXII.
J.B.A.A. Journal of the British Archaeological Association.
J.R.S. The Journal of Roman Studies.
L. & P. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic (H.M.S.O.).
Med. Arch. Mediaeval Archaeology.
Meekings Meekings, C. A. F., Dorset Hearth Tax Assessments (Dorchester, 1951).
Nightingale Nightingale, J. E., Church Plate of Dorset (Salisbury, 1889).
N.M.R. The National Monuments Record.
Notes & Queries Notes and Queries for Readers... (London, 1850–).
O.D. Ordnance Datum; mean sea-level.
O.S., 1811 Ordnance Survey, Map of Dorset, scale 1 inch to 1 mile, edition of 1811.
Oswald Oswald, A., Country Houses of Dorset (1959).
Pitt-Rivers Pitt-Rivers, Lieut. Gen. A. H. Lane-Fox, Excavations in Cranborne Chase, I–V (1887–1905).
P.P.S. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
P.R.O. The Public Record Office, London.
P.S.A. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
Raven Canon Raven, Church Bells of Dorset (Dorchester, 1906).
R.C.H.M. The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England).
Sarum Dioc. Regy. Salisbury Diocesan Registry.
S.D.N.Q. Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset (Sherborne, 1890–).
Subsidy Rolls Lay Subsidy Rolls, 1327, 1333; P.R.O., E/179/103/4 and E/179/103/5; MS. copy in D.C.M. Generally, in this Inventory the dates 1327 and 1333 may be taken to refer to these sources without further indication.
Sumner Heywood Sumner, The Ancient Earth-works of Cranborne Chase (Chiswick Press, 1913).
V.C.H. The Victoria History of the Counties of England.
Walters MS. Notes by H.B. Walters in a copy of Raven (q.v.); see Dorset III, p. xlix, note.
W.A.M. The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine (Devizes, 1854–).
Wessex from the Air by O. G. S. Crawford & A. Keiller (Oxford, 1928).