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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 26

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 26 (1995)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents:
A Late Bronze Age enclosure at Broomfield, Chelmsford:  Mark Atkinson
Early Iron Age settlement at Southend: excavations at Fox Hall Farm, 1993:  Jo Ecclestone
Analytical field survey at two Essex ‘hill forts’: South Weald Camp and Langdon Hills:  Raphael M J Isserlin
South Weald Camp – a probable late Iron Age hill fort: excavations 1990:  Maria Medlycott, Owen Bedwin & Steve Godbold
New light on the salt industry and Red Hills of prehistoric and Roman Essex:  P R Sealey
Roman Coggeshall II: excavations at ‘The Lawns’, 1989-93:  Raphael M J Isserlin
Excavations to the rear of 1-5 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey:  N Brown
The taking of venison in the forest of Essex 1198-1207:  David Crook
Settlement and farming patterns on the mid-Essex boulder clay:  J M Hunter
The fortunes of war: the military career of John, second lord Bouchier (d. 1400):  Michael Jones
Short studies in topography and family history:  The late J Horace Round, revised by W R Powell
A detached kitchen at Great Yeldham: excavation and building study at Old Post Office cottages, 1988-89:  Carl Crossan & the late P Christie
Beyond the ‘Morant canon’ II: some Essex parish historians:  W R Powell
The life and work of Fred Chancellor 1825-1918:  Anne Holden
Work of the Archaeology Section 1994:  A Bennett (ed.)
Archaeology in Essex 1994:  P J Gilman & A Bennett (eds.)
Shorter Notes:
Late Bronze Age hoard from Stumps Cross:  Nigel Brown
Archaeological assessment at Gosbecks farm, Colchester 1994:  H Brooks, S Benfield & S Garrod  (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0004.pdf )
A Roman rural shrine at Boreham? A re-interpretation:  Colin Wallace
Finds from Stapleford Tawney / Stanford Rivers:  Hilary Major
A supporting-arm brooch from Henham:  Susan Tyler
A Barley Barn at Cressing – a possible method of construction:  Cecil Hewett
A medieval aisled barn at Fryerning: J V H Kemble
A lost Essex hospital; the college of St Mark at Audley End: D D Andrews
St Andrew’s Church, Hatfield Peverel:  Richard Havis
A late 16th-century gentleman’s house at Littlebury, Stanford Rivers:  D D Andrews, P Ryan & D F Stenning
Archaeology along the Horndon-Barking gas pipeline: the Essex section:  Vaughan Birbeck & Ian Barnes
Book Reviews
Essex Bibliography:  A Phillips & P R Sealey

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