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To give you a flavour of what GLEVENSIS has to offer, here are the contents of issue No. 48 (2015)

































Non-members can purchase copies of the current issue at cost price, plus postage and packing as appropriate. Some back numbers can be purchased at reduced cost. Copies of this issue are £3.00 (£4.00 by post in UK). The previous year's issue will cost you £2.00 and all other available issues are £1.00 each (plus postage).


GLEVENSIS can be purchased by writing to:-

Angela Newcombe,

2 Warren Close, Churchdown,

Gloucester GL3 1JP.UK.

Telephone: 01452 859308


We are pleased to make available all editions of Glevensis, up to year 2015,  in PDF format. The work of producing the first thirty five editions, published between the years 1968 and 2002, has been carried out by Bryant Bayliffe & Julian Rawes. The later editions have been produced by Les Comtesse.

     

Review 01  Review 02  Review 03  Review 04  Review 05

Review 06 Review 07  Review 08  Review 09  Review 10

Review 11  Review 12  Review 13  Review 14  Review 15

Review 16  Review 17 Review 18  Review 19  Review 20

Review 21  Review 22  Review 23  Review 24  Review 25

Review 26  Review 27  Review 28  Review 29  Review 30

Review 31  Review 32  Review 33  Review 34  Review 35

                                Review 36 Review 37  Review 38  Review 39  Review 40

                    Review 41 Review 42 pt 1     Review 42 pt 2    Review 43

                    Review 44 Review 45 pt 1     Review 45 pt 2    Review  46

                    Review 47


All Reviews published after 1999 can be viewed at Gloucestershire Archives, Alvin Street, Gloucester.

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INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF PREVIOUS ISSUES


The first twenty-five issues of Glevensis from No.1 (1968) to No.25 (1991), and the ten issues from No. 26 (1992) to No. 35 (2002) have been fully indexed. For ease of use, the two indexes have here been amalgamated.


To view the index please click on: Glevensis Index  A-M or Glevensis Index  N-Z

For issues No.1 (1968) to issue No.45 (2012) the contents pages have also been assembled (with additional details added for clarity).

To view these contents pages please click on:- Glevensis Contents

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SUBMISSION OF MATERIAL FOR FUTURE ISSUES


Updated Guidance for Contributors to Glevensis is given below-

Glevensis and editorial conventions for references

The Editors are always delighted to receive items from members and non-members alike for publication in GLEVENSIS. Small pieces are equally as welcome as longer articles and reports. The editors can offer help with the text and with tidying up and laying out drawings and photographs etc., so no-one should feel put off by problems in these areas. Work should be typed and either sent by email or on Rom. One of the important functions of the Group's Review is to give an opportunity to the membership to publish their own research and fieldwork. Items for inclusion in the next issue should be sent, by October 31st, to:-


Glevensis Editor:

Diane Charlesworth,

21 Muzzle Patch,

Tibberton,

Gloucester, GL2 8EE,  UK.

Telephone 01452 790628

Diane.charlesworth1@btinternet.com  


 

 


               GLEVENSIS

The Review of the Gloucestershire  Archaeology  Society  

                             (formerly Gadarg)

GADARG publishes annually, about April, a journal called GLEVENSIS (meaning 'of Gloucester'). This is in A4 softback format, usually of 60 or more pages, illustrated with many plans, line drawings and photographs. GLEVENSIS, which is available free to the Group's members, contains reports and articles, often by members themselves, both amateur and professional, covering a range of Gloucestershire archaeological and local history topics. It is recognised as maintaining a good academic and production standard. This is reflected by the fact that local government and contracting units often publish their interim reports, and sometime their only ones, in this review. The Gloucester Archaeology Unit's annual report of its diverse activities, including excavations and watching briefs, is featured in GLEVENSIS.

HON. SECRETARY’S REPORT TO THE 2015 AGM



ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN GLOUCESTER IN 2015



COTSWOLD ARCHAEOLOGY – SUMMARISES OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL WORK IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE  



ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVALUATION AT MISERDEN




OMAN COINS FROM WILLERSEY BARN IN THE WORCESTER CITY ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM




NINTH-CENTURY DEERHURST: AN EXPLORATION OF COLOUR


DAGLINGWORTH CHURCH: SOME NEW OBSERVATIONS



ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT LLANTHONY SECUNDA PRIORY, GLOUCESTER, 2014




GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY AT MEDIEVAL RINGWORK,

NEWNHAM - ON – SEVERN





PORTABLE ANTIQUITIES SCHEME ROUNDUP FOR 2015




HON TREASURER’S REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 28 FEBRUARY 2015

Marta Cock


Andrew Armstrong (City Archaeologist)


Jon Hart (Cotswold Archaeology)


Tony Roberts – Archeoscan


Murray Andrews (Institute of Archaeology, University College London)


Maggie Kneen


John Wand


Nicky Garland, Peter Davenport and Ray Holt (Cotswold Archaeology)


Mike Milward



Kurt Adams (Gloucester Finds Liason Officer)



Angela Newcombe