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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 32

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 32 (2001)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
Obituaries
Our triple Jubilee: the Essex Archaeological Society 1852-2002:  W R Powell
Prehistoric settlement and burials at Elms Farm, Heybridge:  M Atkinson & S Preston
Beaker burial, Late Iron Age and Roman features: observation and excavation at Elm Park, Ardleigh, 1994-1996:  Howard Brooks
The Bronze Age enclosure at Springfield Lyons in its landscape context:  Nigel Brown
Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman site at The Star and Fleece Hotel, Kelvedon:  David Fell & Ron Humphrey
St Mary and All Saints Church, Rivenhall. An analysis of the historic fabric:  A Letch
Joan de Bohun, Countess of Hereford, Essex and Northampton, c.1370-1419: family land and social networks:  Jennifer Ward
Helions Farm, Helions Bumpstead:  Trevor Ennis
A medieval octagonal chimney stack: evidence from Pleshey and Writtle:  N P Wickendon
Fieldwalking at Crondon Park, Stock:  Mark Germany
The desmesne lands and parks of Sir Henry Maynard in 1594:  J M Hunter
The precinct and buildings of Tilty Abbey:  Jackie Hall & David Stracham
Unnecessary persons? Maimed soldiers and war widows in Essex 1642-1662:  David Appleby
Ladies’ boarding schools in Essex c.1791-1861. Two case studies – Billericay and Maldon:  Fiona Bengtsen
‘A Venture of Faith’: the building of a school in Stow Maries:  Beryl A Board
Shorter notes
Two unusual flaked flint axes:  Hazel Martingell
A field axe or adze from Cressing:  Edward Biddulph
Excavations at Great Chesterford churchyard:  D Gadd
A Roman site at Saffron Walden:  D Fell & R Humphrey
A Roman site at Radwinter:  R Havis
An Ipswich-type Ware vessel from Althorne Creek:  Helen Walker
Chiswick Hall moated site, Chrishall:  Jon Murray
On dating from clay pipe stems found in Maldon:  Bill Clark
The Harwich Crane:  D D Andrews & B J Crouch
Archaeology in Essex 2000:  A Bennett (ed.)
Historic buildings notes and surveys:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Church miscellany:  D D Andrews (ed.)
The work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Service, 2000:  Sally Gale (ed).
Book reviews
Essex bibliography


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