All volumes of our journal (1879 - 2012) bar the last 5 years have been digitised and are available for free at The Archaeological Data Services. http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/ and click on Archives and then on Journals and Series and The Derbyshire Archaeological Journal is in the list. You can go directly to it by clicking here.
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A limited number of hard copy of back issues will continue to be available for a period but the precise issues available at any given time may vary. Enquire for availability of volumes before 1970. After 1970, most volumes are available.
Available issues up to 1970 (prices on request),
Issues 1970-1994, £9.00 (plus £2 p&p) each
1995-98 £12 (plus £2 p&p) each,
1999-2006 £15 (plus £2 p&p) each.
2007 and onwards £18 (plus £2 p&p) each
Back issues of the Journal can be purchased from :- . Dudley Fowkes - Derbyshire Archaeological Society, 11 Sidings Way, Westhouses, Derby DE55 5AS. Email: dudleyfowkes (at) dfowkes.fsbusiness.co.uk(Separate cheques please for the Journal and made payable to: Derbyshire Archaeological Society.)
The latest Volume - 136 for 2016 contains the following articles:
TWO RING DITCH EXCAVATIONS AT WILLINGTON, DERBYSHIRE, 2014 by David Ingham
A MULTI-PHASE PREHISTORIC SITE IN A MIDDLE TRENT VALLEY LANDSCAPE : EXCAVATIONS AT ASTON HALL HOSPITAL, ASTON ON TRENT, DERBYSHIRE by Paul Flintoft and Samantha Stein
WOODHALL MOATED SITE AND PARK, RISLEY, DERBYSHIRE by Alan Palfreyman
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF LATE MEDIEVAL POTTERY FROM TICKNALL by Richard Jones
THE HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS OF THE CAVENDISH FAMILY OF HARDWICK by Philip Riden
THE WARDSHIP AND MARRIAGE OF ROBERT BARLEY: AN ADDENDUM by Terry Kilbum
THE LANDOWNERS OF SHARDLOW AND GREAT WILNE, 15th CENTURY TO 1924 by Miriam Wood
THE EREWASH VALLEY COAL CARTEL: CAPITALIST EXPLOITATION IN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION by Stanley D. Chapman