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1960

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XXIV

1983

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II

1961

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XXV

1984

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III

1962

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XXVI

1985

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IV

1963

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XXVII

1986

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V

1964

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XXVIII

1987

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VI

1965

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XXIX

1988

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VII

1966

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XXX

1989

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VIII

1967

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XXXI

1990

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IX

1968

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XXXII

1991

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X

1969

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XXXIII

1992

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XI

1970

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XXXIV

1993

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XII

1971

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XXXV

1994

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XIII

1972

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XXXVI

1995

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XIV

1973

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XXXVII

1996

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XV

1974

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XXXVIII

1997

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XVI

1975

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XXXIX

2001

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XVII

1976

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XL

2004

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XVIII

1977

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XLI

2006

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XIX

1978

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XLII

2008

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XX

1979

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XLIII

2009

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XXI

1980

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XLIV

2010

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XXII

1981

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XLV

2011

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XXIII

1982

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XLVI

2013

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was founded as Lichfield Archaeological and Historical Society in 1957, and produced its first volume of transactions in 1959-60. After two name changes, the society assumed its present style, Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society in 1993-94.


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Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, Staffordshire archaeology, Staffordshire history, Staffordshire local studies, Transactions Vols 1-47, South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, SAHS, SSAHS, Transactions

Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society

You aren’t learning anything while you’re talking.  Lyndon B Johnson

The society had a special interest in the Roman settlement at Wall, Staffordshire, Roman Letocetum. Correspondence, including letters, antiquarian observations and visits to the site from the early eighteenth century onwards, and notes and papers, collected by the society’s researchers about the more general context of the research, can be seen here.    Access is unrestricted             

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