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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset, Volume 2, South east. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1970.

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ABBREVIATIONS Used in the Text of the Inventory

Abercromby J. Abercromby, Bronze Age Pottery, 2 vols. (1912).
A.B.M.E. L. V. Grinsell, The Ancient Burial Mounds of England, 2nd ed. (1953).
Ant. J. Antiquaries' Journal.
ApSimon A. M. ApSimon, 'Dagger Graves in the Wessex Bronze Age', Institute of Archaeology, University of London, Tenth Annual Report (1954), 3762.
Arch. Ael. Archaeologia Aeliana.
Arch. Camb. Archaeologia Cambrensis.
Arch. J. Archaeological Journal.
Arkell W. J. Arkell, The Geology of the Country around Weymouth, Swanage, Corfe and Lulworth, Geological Survey Memoir (1947).
B.M. British Museum.
Butler and Smith J.J. Butler and I. F. Smith, 'Razors and Urns of the British Middle Bronze Age', Institute of Archaeology, University of London, Twelfth Annual Report (1956), 2052.
Coker Survey of Dorsetshire (1732); attributed to John Coker but probably by Thomas Gerard of Trent, c. 1625.
C.T.D., mopr, cpf & tovp C. Warne, Celtic Tumuli of Dorset (1866). Three sections, separately paginated: 'My own personal researches'; 'Communications from personal friends'; 'Tumuli opened at various periods'.
Cunnington MS E. Cunnington, MS notes (c. 1890), in Dorset County Museum (in part summarized in Dorset Procs. XXXVII (1916), 407).
D.C.C. Dorset County Chronicle.
D.C.M. Dorset County Museum, Dorchester.
D.C.R.O. Dorset County Record Office.
D.N.H.A.S. Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society. See also Dorset Procs. below.
Dorset I, III, IV, V Volumes of the Dorset Inventory: vol. I, West Dorset (1952); vols. III, Central Dorset, IV, North Dorset and V, East Dorset (forthcoming).
Dorset Album Volumes of MSS., photographs and cuttings, in D.C.M., now partly broken up.
Dorset Barrows L. V. Grinsell, Dorset Barrows (1959).
Dorset Procs. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society (formerly the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club).
Durden Catalogue G. Payne, Catalogue of the Museum of Local Antiquities Collected by Mr. Henry Durden of Blandford (1891).
Fgersten A. Fgersten, Place-Names of Dorset (Uppsala, 1933).
Hutchins J. Hutchins, History of Dorset, 2 vols. (1774). Third edn., ed. W. Shipp, 4 vols. (186170). All references are to 3rd edn., unless otherwise stated.
J.B.A.A. Journal of the British Archaeological Association.
J.R.S. Journal of Roman Studies.
LVG L. V. Grinsell. Used as prefix to the barrow numbers in his Dorset Barrows (see above).
Med. Arch. Medieval Archaeology.
Moule H. J. Moule, Dorchester Antiquities (1901); references are to 2nd edn. (1906).
Moule MS MS attached to O.S. 25-in. plan of Dorchester in D.C.M.
Num. Chron. Numismatic Chronicle.
O.A.P. Oblique air photograph.
O.S. 1811 Ordnance Survey one-inch map, first edition (Dorset area), 1811.
P.C.T.E.W. G. E. Daniel, The Prehistoric Chamber Tombs of England and Wales (1950).
P.P.S. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
P.R.O. Public Record Office.
Purbeck Papers J. H. Austen, Purbeck Papers, 2 vols. (185669).
Raven J. J. Raven, Church Bells of Dorset (Dorchester, 1906).
Taylor's Map Map of the County of Dorset, by Isaac Taylor, 1765, reprinted.
V.A.P. Vertical air photograph.
V.C.H. Victoria County History.
Walters H. B. Walters, 'Dorset Church Bells' in Dorset Procs. LX (1939), 97120.
W.A.M. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine.
Wessex interment no. Reference no. from S. Piggott, 'Register of Grave-Groups of the Wessex Culture in the Wessex Area', P.P.S. IV (1938), 1026.