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International Molinology 2003-2009

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Publisher TIMS
Year of publication 2003
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Medium Journal
Edition1
SeriesInternational Molinology
ISSN10244522
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Wind & watermills by Region > Other Europe (not GB)
Wind & watermills by Region > Rest of the World (not Europe)

Scope & contentMain articles see Divisions below

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Accession no. 230647

  • Shelf location: B020
  • Notes: Issues 66-79 boxed

Divisions within this publication

  • 1: A giant Austrian mangle (Tony Bonson) no 71 pp 14-16
  • 2: A mill on Canna: The story of a Hebridean watermill (Duncan Hutt) no 71 pp 17-19
  • 3: A pug mill at the Catherinesminde Brickworks Museum, Denmark (Susana Louro) no 77 pp 32-33
  • 4: A Russian experience of Windmill Paradise; account of a training course run in the Netherlands (Alexander Davydov) no 72 pp 38-40
  • 5: A Tibetan watermill at work (Michael Harverson; Christian Wenger) no 74 pp 38-39
  • 6: A unique sarcophagus; cranks and connecting rods in the ancient world (Thorkild Schiøler) no 74 pp 12-14
  • 7: Archimedes screw provides power for local supermarket (Tony Bonson) no 78 pp 31-33
  • 8: Blade twist, droop snoot and forward spars (Jan M Drees) no 73 pp 25-31
  • 9: Boat mills in New Zealand (Leo van der Drift) no 77 pp 26-31
  • 10: Bulgarian windmills (Chris Gibbins) no 66 pp 28-31
  • 11: Challenge double header wind engine in California (Derek Ogden) no 72 pp 36-38
  • 12: Cornmills in South Africa: The effects of climate, progress and legislation (Joanna Marx) no 66 pp 24-27
  • 13: Country and city mills in early American flour manufacture and export (Robert Lundegard) no 76 pp 3-15
  • 14: Displacement of the windshaft of a windmill during milling under asymmetric loading (Piet Schiereck; Paul Groen) no 73 pp 20-24
  • 15: Ephesus water-powered stone-cutting mill (Niall Roberts) no 71 pp 32-33
  • 16: Feed mechanisms in some Swiss saw mills (Berthold Moog) no 72 pp 30-35
  • 17: German composite mills in the Ukraine: A transport of technology? (Ton Meesters) no 79 pp 12-19
  • 18: Hoarded tower mills - a comment (Niall Roberts) no 76 pp 41
  • 19: Hoarded tower mills - a reply (Christian Cussonneau; Chris Gibbings) no 78 pp 45
  • 20: Horizontal windmills in Southern Khorasan (Robbert H Verkerk) no 75 pp 47-52
  • 21: How to saw marble (Thorkild Schiøler) no 70 pp 34-35
  • 22: Iceland's Vigur Windmill revisited (Leo van der Drift) no 73 pp 34-35
  • 23: Kalgachikha village mill: bringing a Russian windmill back to life (Piet Schiereck; Alexander Davydov; Paul Groen) no 75 pp 44=47
  • 24: Kingsford's Mill, Pert, Western Australia (Keith Preston) no 68 pp 21-22,27-28
  • 25: Mill typology; comments and discussion (Duncan Breckels; Berthod Moog) no 69 pp 37-38
  • 26: Mill typology; comments and discussion (Erik Tijman; Berthold Moog) no 70 pp 38-39
  • 27: Mills ancient and modern: some connections (Glyn Jones) no 67 pp 24-27
  • 28: Mills in Slovenia (Pierre Mattelaer) no 76 pp 16-22
  • 29: Mills on the Azores: Each island has its own tradition (Ton Meesters) no 66 pp 2-17
  • 30: Mills on the battlefield (Huub van Est) no 79 pp 37
  • 31: Mills on the move; newspaper reports of 1819, 1820 and 1941 (Stephen Buckland; Frans Bouwers) no 72 pp 41-42
  • 32: Millstone matters - catching up (Owen Ward) no 75 pp 52-54
  • 33: Millstones, Querns and millstone quarry studies in France; a bibliography (Alain Belmont; Charles D Hockensmith) no 72 pp 2-11
  • 34: Millstones, Querns and millstone quarry studies in the United Kingdom; a bibliography (Charles D Hockensmith; Owen Ward) no 74 pp 24-31
  • 35: Millwrighting and related trades: A bibliography, Part 1 (Charles D Hockensmith) no 77 pp 20-25
  • 36: Millwrighting and related trades: A bibliography, Part 2 (Charles D Hockensmith) no 79 pp 19-26
  • 37: Molinology or mylology? - a comment (Siggi Engelbrecht) no 79 pp 39
  • 38: Molinology or mylology? (Michael Harverson; Christos Makris) no 78 pp 45
  • 39: Molinos to Monedas: Watermills and the production of coinage in early modern Europe (Richard G Doty) no 69 pp 11-13
  • 40: Moulins à Hourdais - Hoarded tower mills - North-East Brittany (Chris Gibbings; Christian Cussonneau; translator Michael Harverson) no 75 pp 14-43
  • 41: Multisailed windmills in France (Chris Gibbings) no 71 pp 20-25
  • 42: Notes on millstones seen on the Azores and in Portugal, September 2004 (Owen Ward) no 70 pp 19-20
  • 43: Obituary: John Erik Jensen (1949 - 2008) (Lise Andersen) no 77 pp 45
  • 44: Obituary: John Kenneth Major (1928 - 2009) (Michael Harverson) no 79 pp 45
  • 45: Obituary: Louis Blom (d 2008) (Yolt Ijzerman) no 77 pp 45
  • 46: Obituary: Ronald Hawksley (1918 - 2005) (Niall Roberts) no 70 pp 45
  • 47: Orton Bradley's legacy: A remarkable sawmill on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand (Leo van der Drift) no 76 pp 26-31
  • 48: Policies for mill preservation in Greece (Stylianos Mouzakis) no 66 pp 18-21
  • 49: Recent archaeological research on early medieval water-mills in Ireland (Colin Rynne) no 74 pp 32-34
  • 50: Some Eucharistic mills (Niall Roberts) no 70 pp 23-30
  • 51: South African Mills on stamps (Fred Atkins) no 76 pp 32-34
  • 52: Spring sails and hybrid sails on Danish windmills (Lise Andersen; John Jensen) no 74 pp 2-8
  • 53: Swedish soldier's handmill (Mildred Cookson) no 66 pp 33-34
  • 54: Tailpole winding of English tower and smock mills (Gareth Hughes) no 71 pp 36-37
  • 55: Temporary watermills on the rivers in Northern Portugal (Teresa Soeiro; traslator Vicky Hartnack) no 71 pp 3-13
  • 56: The Basque Country tide mills: a neglected subject (Laetitia Munduteguy) no 78 pp 6-18
  • 57: The boat mill with wheel shaft supported on a post: an ancestor of the suspended wheel mill? (Christian Cossonneau) no 74 pp 9-11
  • 58: The first known references to wind-driven drainage mills: Ghent and Saint-Omer (1316/1322) (Lieven Denevet) no 74 pp 36-37
  • 59: The horizontal windmill of Andros (George Speis) no 70 pp 31-33
  • 60: The horizontal windmill: Between reality and fantasy (Berthold Moog) no 67 pp 28-34
  • 61: The Kent Millers' Tales; the Mills Archive's latest project (Luke Bonwick) no 76 pp 37-38
  • 62: The management of mills on an 18th century Breton Estate (Chris Gibbings) no 72 pp 12-24
  • 63: The marble mill at Neidlingen, Germany (Stefan Metzlar) no 79 pp 27-31
  • 64: The mills of Mount Parnonas In the Peloponnese, Greece (Stephanos Nomikos; Olga Lekou; translator Emily Althinou) no 74 pp 15-23
  • 65: The oblique scoop wheel: The Dutch-English connection (Ton Meesters) no 78 pp 2-5
  • 66: The trade in millstones in the Côtes d'Armor ca 1400 to 1800 (Chris Gibbins) no 73 pp 32-33
  • 67: The Wetzig millwrighting archive of Marzahn, Berlin; 110 years of German millwrighting history from 1878 to 1988 (Jürgen Wolf) no 76 pp 36-37
  • 68: The windmills of Formentera (Chris Gibbings) no 69 pp 31-35
  • 69: The windmills of Minorca (Chris Gibbings) no 69 pp 21-29
  • 70: The windmills of Minorca; comments (Leo van der Drift) no 71 pp 34-35
  • 71: Tide mills in Belgium (Walter Minchinton) no 69 pp 40-41
  • 72: Tide mills in the Netherlands (Walter Minchinton) no 70 pp 35-36
  • 73: Tidemills in Suriname (Walter Minchinton) no 66 pp 22-23
  • 74: To pump or to dry out: the use of wind pumps on country estates in the Netherlands (Martin van den Broeke) no 78 pp 19-26
  • 75: Totem and taboo: The cultural biography of the mill biotope; a new perspective on mills? (Gerard Rooijakkers; translator Mary Schoon) no 72 pp 25-29
  • 76: Tribute to Anders Kragh Jespersen (1920-2003) (Michael Harverson) no 68 pp 2-7
  • 77: Tribute to André Gaucheron (d 2005) (Annie Candoré; Ken Major) no 71 pp 45
  • 78: Two Alpine mills (Gareth Hughes) no 66 pp 31-33
  • 79: Typological questions in Molinology (Berthold Moog) no 68 pp 28-33
  • 80: Unusual paltrok mils in the Baltic Countries (Erik Tijman) no 67 pp 22-24
  • 81: Variation on a theme: The English Midlands-type post mill (M J A Beecham) no 77 pp 9-19
  • 82: Water-driven installations in the Prefecture of Corinthia, Greece (Stephanos Nomikos; Olga Lekou) no 73 pp 12-19
  • 83: Watermills in Shetland (Jeff Hawksley) no 68 pp 14-20
  • 84: Watermills of the Greek islands of Kythera and Antikythera (15th - 19th centuries) (Stelios Mouzakis) no 69 pp 2-10
  • 85: Windmill washers of the Pacific (T Lindsay Baker) no 76 pp 23-25
  • 86: Windmills of Malta and Gozo (Chris Gibbings) no 68 pp 8-13,23-26
  • 87: Windmills on Crete; additions to "Windmills of the Greek Islands, Blom, 1999 (Erik Tijman) no 69 pp 14-21
  • 88: Windmills on the salt basins of Sicily (Jan Althof) no 79 pp 32-35
  • 89: Windmills with more than five sails in Central Germany (Herbert Riedel) no 78 pp 27-30