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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 8

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 8 (1976)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History
(296 pages)

Braintree: Excavations and Research, 1971-76:  P J Drury
Work Undertaken by Essex County Council Archaeology Section, 1974-76: Christine Couchman
Aardenburg Ware from Manningtree, Essex, and Finds of Aardenburg Ware and Other Pottery Imported from the Low Countries Found in England and Wales: G C Dunning  (available as a free pdf file from the Hon Deputy Librarian)
Excavations at Aldersbrook Manor, Essex, 1972-73: J P Camp   (available as a free pdf file from the Hon Deputy Librarian)
John Doreward of Bocking: Speaker in 1399 and 1413: J S Roskell
Incorporation and Politics in Sixteenth-Century Thaxted: Robert Tittler   (available as a free pdf file from the Hon Deputy Librarian)
Archaeological Notes:
Some Unrecorded Archaeological Discoveries in Essex, 1946-75: Warwick Rodwell   (available as a free pdf file from the Hon Deputy Librarian)
A Flint Arrowhead from Wickford: P J Drury & Elizabeth Healey
A Late Bronze Age Socketed Axe from Pleshey: C R Couchman
Trial Trenching at Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall: Warwick Rodwell
A Dressel I Amphora from the Thaxted Area:  Warwick Rodwell
Roman Pottery from Goldhanger:  W J & K A Rodwell
‘Rettendon’ Ware kiln-debris and other material from Sandon:  P J Drury
Roman and Medieval Finds from South Benfleet:  Warwick Rodwell
A Trial Excavation at Boreham, 1971:  Warwick Rodwell
Early Anglo-Saxon pottery from Canvey Island:  Warwick Rodwell
A group of mid-thirteenth-Century pottery from Naylinghurst, Braintree:  P J Drury
Observations at Bardfield Saling Church:  P J Drury
Observations at Brightlingsea Church:  Warwick Rodwell
A Trial Excavation at Manningtree Church:  Warwick Rodwell
A Medieval Water-Pipe from Chelmsford:  P J Drury
A Nordic Socketed Axe from near Braintree:  Brendan O’Connor
Historical Notes:
The Myddletons of Stansted Mountfichet: A Seventeenth-Century Gentry Family:  David Stephenson
Who was John Ball?:  Brian Bird & David Stephenson
Beldams in Thorpe-le-Soken:  E A Wood
Industrial Archaeology:
A Clue to the Anglo-Saxon Water-mill:  Paul Tritton

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