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Thursday, 7 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 12

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 12 (1980)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History
(120 pages)

Contents:
Editorial
The Early Career of J H Round: The Shaping of a Historian:  David Stephenson
J H Round and the Beginnings of the Modern Study of the Domesday Book: Essex and Beyond:  Peter B Boyton
J Horace Round, the County Historian: The Victoria County Histories and the Essex Archaeological Society:  W R Powell
Excavations in Essex, 1979:  M R Eddy (ed.)
Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Section, 1979:  M R Eddy (ed.)
Historic Building Surveys:  The late Dr D J E L Carrick, P M Richards & M C Wadhams
The Mersea Charter of Edward the Confessor:  Cyril Hart   (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0019.pdf)
Archaeological and Historical Notes:
A Shafthole Implement from Henham, Essex:  Patricia M L Christie
Red Hills of the Dengie Peninsula:  David Gurney
Current Research on Essex History and Historical Geography, 1980:  Nancy Briggs
Periodical Literature on Essex Archaeology and History, 1980:  J M Skudder
Genealogy:  Jo-Ann Buck
The Surviving Fa├žade of Crompton’s Original Works, Anchor Street, Chelmsford:  Frederick Roberts


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