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Thursday, 28 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 36

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 36 (2005)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
Archaeological fieldwalking in Essex 1986-2005:  Maria Medlycott
Archaeology on mid-Essex clay: investigations on the A130 by-pass:  Ruarigh Dale, David Maynard & Joyce Compton
A Bronze Age, Roman and Saxon site at Bishops Park College, Jaywick Lane, Clacton-on-Sea:  Andy Letch
A Roman cemetery at Great Dunmow:  Leonora O’Brien
The Portable Antiquities Scheme: a small selection of finds from Essex from August 2003 to December 2005:  Caroline McDonald
A geological review of some early Essex quoins:  John F Potter
A Norman Government of Essex 1066-1154:  W Raymond Powell
Excavations at Church Lane / Church Street, Dagenham:  David Bowsher
A late medieval site at Great Garlands Farm, Stanford-le-Hope, and other archaeological work on the Coryton-Mucking pipeline:   Mark Peachey & Ruarigh Dale
Archaeology in 2004:  Alison Bennett (ed.)
Church Miscellany:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Historic buildings notes and surveys:  D D Andrews (ed.)
Shorter notes
Prehistoric and medieval sites from a pipeline on the western side of the M11:  Richard Havis
A Late Iron Age and early Roman enclosure at Bulls Lodge Quarry, Boreham Airfield:  Joanne Archer & Rachel Clarke
Roman remains at Redbond Lodge, Great Dunmow:  Andrew Robertson
Medieval deposits at 73-74 High Street, Chelmsford: excavations 2000:  Nick Lavender
A ‘magnum fossatum’ at Saffron Walden: excavations at Elm Grove, Goul Lane 2001:  Trevor Ennis
Sible Hedingham, St Peter. The vestry and medieval floor discovered in it:  D D Andrews
‘Yesterday my lord of Gloucester came to Colchester … ‘:  John Ashdown-Hill
Book reviews
Essex bibliography


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