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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 34

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 34 (2003)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
Two Late Bronze Age hoards from south-east Essex:  Ken Crowe
A Late Bronze Age site at Springfield Park, Chelmsford:  Andrew Manning & Chris Moore
A Late Iron Age settlement at Cressing:  John Hope
Late Iron Age / early Roman and early medieval activity in the Lea valley at Chingford:  Barry Bishop
Richard Lord Rich’s mansion at Rochford Hall:  D D Andrews
Excavations at St Mary Magdalen’s hospital, Brook Street, Colchester:  Carl Crossan   (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0076.pdf)
The place-name element ‘beorg’ and other mounds in Essex:  James Kemble
A life of true conversations?: the career of Nehemiah Rogers 1618-1660:  Maria Egan
Myth, mystery and martyrdom: Colchester 1648:  Barbara Donagen
Thomas Edward’s Essex: evaluating Gangraena:  Ann Hughes
Women in the marketplace in early modern Essex:  Amanda Flather
Treasure in heaven? The social status of Essex Clergymen 1670-1790, as revealed through their wills:  Jane Pearson
Rayner Taylor (1747-1825), Chelmsford’s first organist:  Olive Baldwin & Thelma Wilson
Historic building conservation in Essex:  Peter Richards
Shorter notes
A shafthole adze from Starlings Green, Clavering:  Hazel Martingell
Archaeology in Essex 2002:  Alison Bennett (ed.)
Work of the ECC archaeological service 2002:  Sally Gale (ed.)
Church miscellany:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Historic buildings notes and surveys:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Book reviews
Essex bibliography
American theses on the history of Essex


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