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Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 10

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 10 (1978)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History
(260 pages)

Excavations at Danbury Camp, Essex, 1974 and 1977:  S Morris & D G Buckley
Excavation of Belgic and Romano-British farm with Middle Swan cemetery and churches at Nazeingbury, Essex, 1975-76:  P J Huggins
Gentry factions and the Witham affray:  B W Quintrell
Exploratory excavation within the monastic precinct, Waltham Abbey, 1972:  A E S Musty
Excavation of a late Roman site at Sewardstone Hamlet, Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, 1968-75:  Rhona M Huggins
Ambresbury Banks, an Iron Age camp in Epping Forest, Essex:  J A Alexander et al
A mesolithic industry from Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest:  R M Jacobi et al
Archaeological Notes:
Uphall Camp:  Patricia Wilkinson
Portingbury Hills or Rings:  Patricia Wilkinson
Pappus and Portingbury:  P J Huggins
Roman burials at Little Shelford, Foulness, Essex, 1972:  D J & H R James
Roman pipeclay statuettes in Chelmsford Museum, Essex:  Frank Jenkins
A possible new late-glacial findspot in Essex:  H E Martingell & R M Jacobi
A Saxon loomweight and medieval tile kiln at Blackmore:  P J Drury
Annual Contributions:
Research in progress in Essex history and historical geography, 1978:  Nancy Briggs
Periodical literature on Essex archaeology and history, 1978:  Peter B Boyton
Excavations in Essex, 1977:  Christine Couchman

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