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Monday, 11 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 15

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 15 (1983)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History
(184 pages)

The Cropmark Complex and a Group of Deverel-Rimbury Burialss at Ardleigh, Essex:  C Couchman & L Savory
The Excavation of a Romano-British Pottery Kiln at Palmer’s School, Grays, Essex:  K A Rodwell
Excavations on the Braintree Earthworks, 1976 and 1979:  M R Eddy
A Horse and Rider Aquamanile from Harwich, and the Significance of Scarborough Ware in Essex:  C M Cunningham, P C & N C Farmer
New Light on the Anstey Case:  P A Brand
The Reformation in Colchester, 1528-1558:  Jennifer C Ward
Towards a ‘Perfect Militia’, Warwick, Buckingham and the Essex Alarum of 1625:  B W Quintrell
John Ennows: A Previously Unknown Clay-Pipe Maker of All Saints, Colchester:  M R Eddy & P M Ryan
Fire Beacons, Volunteers, and Local Militia in Napoleonic Essex: 1803-1811:  P B Boyton
Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Section 1982:  Deborah Priddy (ed.)
Historic Building Surveys 1982:  M C Wadhams
Excavations in Essex 1982:  Deborah Priddy (ed.)
Archaeological and Historical Notes
Mersea before 1046: A Reconsideration:  Peter B Boyton
Medieval Pot Quern from Hadleigh Castle:  D G Buckley & H Major
Current Research on Essex History and Historical Geography, 1983:  Nancy Briggs
Periodical Literature on Essex Archaeology and History, 1983:  J M Skudder
Book Reviews

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