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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 35

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 35 (2004)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
Late Roman buildings at Bishop’s House, Great Chesterford: excavations 1999:  Adam Garwood
Rivenhall revisited: further excavations in the churchyard of St Mary and All Saints 1999:  Rachel Clarke
Nether Hall: A fortified manor of the Wars of the Roses:  D D Andrews
Wallasea Island: the history and archaeology of a marshland landscape:  Ellen Heppell
‘All condition of life and labour’: the presence of Black people in Essex before 1950:  David Killingray
Football and footballers in Essex before the First World War: Gentlemen or scoundrels?:  Paul Rusiecki
Archaeology in Essex 2003:  Alison Bennett & Mike Roy (ed.)
Work of ECC archaeological service 2003:  Sally Gale (ed.)
Historic buildings and church notes and surveys:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Shorter notes
Flintwork from Mill Farm, Brightlingsea:  R N E Barton
A rare discoidal flint knife from the Blackwater estuary:  H Martingell & R Larner
A prehistoric site at Hall Farm, Little Bentley:  N J Lavender & M Germany
A Middle Iron Age red hill at Tollesbury Creek, Tollesbury:  M Germany
A131 Great Leighs by-pass archaeological investigations 1993-2002:  N J Lavender
Brinson revisited: emergency ditch recording at Roman Great Chesterford:  M Peachy
Excavations at Mark Hall School, Harlow:  Andrew Robertson
Recent finds from Essex reported to Colchester Museums 2001-2002:  Philip J Wise
A medieval ceramic culinary mould from Mill Green, near Ingatestone:  Helen Walker
The death of Edward V – new evidence from Colchester:  John Ashdown-Hill  (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0002.pdf )
Late medieval and post-medieval remains at the former St John’s ambulance shop, Park Street, Thaxted:  Mike Roy
Finds from a well behind 2 High Street, Kelvedon:  Helen Walker
A tower at Fingringhoe:  John McCann
Book reviews
Obituary: Herbert Hope Lockwood:  Kenneth Neale

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