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Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 24

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 24 (1993)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents:
A ‘principia’ at Boreham: excavations 1990:  N J Lavender
Roman Braintree: excavations 1984-90:  R Havis
Excavations at Church Street, Waltham Abbey 1976-87: urban development and prehistoric evidence:  C F Clarke, M F Gardiner & P J Huggins
The age of hedgerows on a Bocking estate:  J M Hunter
Early domestic cross-wings:  D F Stenning
King John’s hunting-lodge at Writtle:  J M Hunter
The town clerks of medieval Colchester:  Stephen Alsford
The spire of All Saints’ Church, Maldon:  Elphin Watkin
Essex history from church plate:  The late J H Round
Beyond the ‘Morant canon’:  W R Powell
The noble household as a unit of employment:  J D Williams
Essex architects 1834-1914:  James Bettley
Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Section 1992:  A Bennett (ed.)
Archaeology in Essex 1992:  P J Gilman (ed.)
Shorter Notes:
A Late Bronze Age and a medieval site near the A12 interchange, Springfield, Chelmsford:  P T Allen & N J Lavender
The investigation of cropmarks at Church Lane, Stanway, Colchester:  J Partridge
Roman pottery from Little Baddow:  N P Wickenden
Summary of finds reported to Chelmsford and Essex Museum 1988-92:  N P Wickenden
King John’s hunting-lodge, Writtle: excavations 1991:  J Ecclestone & K Reidy
Stondon Massey: St Peter and St Paul:  D D Andrews
A Tudor outbuilding at Copped Hall, Epping:  D D Andrews
The excavation of a lift shaft at Colchester Castle:  J Partridge
The Manningtree whodunit:  D D Andrews
Book Reviews
Essex bibliography (at February 1993):  A Phillips & P Sealey


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