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Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 22

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 22 (1991)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Some finds of the Bronze and Iron Ages in Essex:  Paul Sealey
Asheldham Camp – an early Iron Age hill fort: excavations 1985:  Owen Bedwin
Recent archaeological observations at Great Chesterford:  Howard Brooks & Steven Wallis
Early planned landscapes in south-west Essex:  Stephen Rippon
Sir John de Coggeshale: an Essex knight of the fourteenth century:  Jennifer Ward
Lionel de Bradenham and his siege of Colchester in 1350:  W R Powell
The Golden Fleece, Brook Street, South Weald:  Paul Gilman
Wills and religious mentality in Tudor Colchester:  Laquita Higgs
An archaeological sequence at the edge of Harlow marketplace:  David Andrews
Temple Mills as an industrial site in the seventeenth century:  K R Fairclough
Dutch cottages in Essex:  M R Eddy
Modern woodwork by H & K Mabbitt in Birdbrook church:  Christine Mabbitt
The work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Section 1990:  P J Gilman (ed.)
Excavations in Essex 1990:  P J Gilman (ed.)
Shorter Notes:
An early Flandrian peat in the Lea valley:  Owen Bedwin
A Neolithic adze from Harlow (Gilston):  H Martingell
An early Iron Age jar from North Shoebury:  Nigel Brown
Middle Iron Age decorated pottery from around the Thames estuary:  Nigel Brown
Maldon landfill site: excavations 1990:  Steven Wallis
A fragmentary medieval grave cover and the site of Waltham Walter church:  S Ainsworth et. al.
Bradfield, St Lawrence’s church: Paul Barford
Medieval pottery from Castle Hedingham:  Deborah Priddy
Pentlow Hall:  David Andrews
The extended intruded cross-passage:  D F Stenning
Excavations at Fairycroft House, Saffron Walden  1990:  Howard Brooks
Book reviews
Essex bibliography, 1991:  A Phillips & P Sealey (compilers)

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