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Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 31

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 31 (2000)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
A Late Bronze Age hoard from High Easter:  M J Cuddleford & P R Sealey
Excavations on the Hatfield Heath to Matching Tye rising main, north-west Essex:  E B A Guttman
Prehistoric, Roman and post-medieval material from Harlow: investigations at Church Langley 1989-1994:  M Medlycott
Late Iron Age and Roman sites at Grenville Road and College Road, Braintree:  A Garwood & N J Lavender
Excavations at 79 Hythe Hill, Colchester 1994-1995:  Howard Brooks
A Saxon inter-tidal timber fish weir in Collins Creek in the Blackwater estuary:  R L Hall & C P Clarke
The medieval manors of Maldon:  W R Powell
St Thomas Becket’s sisters and other studies:  The late J Horace Round, revised and completed by W R Powell
Church dedications in Colchester archdeaconry:  Janet Cooper
‘The Master of Little Braxted in his prime’: Ernest Geldart and Essex 1873-1900:  James Bettley
Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Service, 1999:  Sally Gale (ed.)
Archaeology in Essex 1999:  A Bennett
Historic Buildings Notes and Surveys 1999:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Church Miscellany 1999:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Shorter Notes
A flint axe from Bradfield:  Philip Wise
Late Bronze Age activity at South Ockendon:  Helenka Jurglewicz & David Maynard
Marshland-inland relationships in Roman Essex sheep, salt-licks and seasonal salters:  P M Barford
Possible Saxon burials at Hatfield Peverel:  Katherine Reidy & David Maynard
A medieval oven at Grays, Thurrock: excavations at the Stifford County primary school, Parker Road 1995-1996:  Damien Bowen & Stuart Gibson
The probable site of Pleshey Old Church located:  M J Cuddleford & Peter Cott
Medieval remains at Parsonage Farm, Wimbish:  D A G Gadd
Martello Tower ‘C’, Lion Point, Jaywick:  Dave Went
Book Reviews
Essex Bibliography


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