Derbyshire Archaeological Journal

The Derbyshire Archaeological Journal is published by the Society on an annual basis and is free to all members. We welcome contributions to the Journal. For further information please contact the Editor – see Contact Us page.

Volumes of our journal from 1879 have been digitised on the Archaeology Data Service. Their website provides a facility to search by author or title, and PDF copies of individual articles can be downloaded for free except for the most recent 5 years.  You can go directly to it by clicking here.

Printed copies of back issues can also be purchased for £5 per volume. Please enquire for availability of the year you require and the postal charges that will apply before sending money, using the form for the Honorary Secretary on the Contact Us page.

(Cheques to be made payable to: Derbyshire Archaeological Society.)

Contents of the most recent volumes not yet available online at ADS are…

Volume 141 – 2021

  • The Roman road between Little Chester and Longcliffe
    David Ratledge
  • Romano-British settlement at Highfields Farm, Findern, Derby
    Andrew Valdez-Tullett with Paula Whittaker
  • Excavations at Outseats Farm, Alfreton
    Ashley Tuck
  • Excavations at Sadler Bridge Studios, Bold Lane, Derby
    Richard Gregory
  • A Gazetteer of bloomery sites in north-east Derbyshire
    Paul Smith and Richard Carr
  • The Bradbourne family chantries founded by Anne Kniveton c.1483–1500
    John Titterton
  • The Linacres and the Leakes: gentry violence in early Tudor Scarsdale
    Philip Riden
  • Morris dancing in New Mills, Hayfield and district
    Roger M. Bryant
  • The Engineering industry in Sandiacre
    Keith Goodman
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