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The latest Volume - 137 for 2017 contains the following articles:
PREHISTORIC MONUMENTS IN THE PEAK - AN UPDATE by John Bamatt and Ann Hall
FURTHER EXCAVATIONS AT FIN COP AND STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS OF THE SKELETONS by Clive Waddington and Janet Montgomery
AN ASSEMBLAGE OF ROMANO-BRITISH POTTERY FROM ALFRETON ROAD, DERBY by Louise Hird and Ben Moore
ROMAN SLING-SHOTS FROM SOUTH DERBYSHIRE by Roger Thomas
POST-CONQUEST ACTIVITY AT CATHEDRAL ROAD, DERBY by Patrick Daniel and Alexandra Grassam
THE PORTABLE ANTIQUITES SCHEME IN DERBYSHIRE by Alastair Willis
FIELDWORK IN DERBYSHIRE BY MERCIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICES CIC, 2013-2015 by David Budge
CORN, WOOL AND PAPER: MILLS AT ALPORT-BY-YOUGREAVE, FROM THE 11TH TO THE 19TH CENTURIES by Lynn Bumet
FRAMEWORK KNITTING IN THE PARISH OF ALFRETON, 1670-1870 by Joan D'Arcy
BAR BROOK MILLS: THE TRANSITION FROM SMELT MILL TO SLAG MILL by Andrea Goodinson