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Monday, 4 March 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 38

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 38 (2007)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
Excavations of Mesolithic and Neolithic flint scatters and accompanying environmental sequences at Tank Hill Road, Purfleet, 2002:  Matt Leivers, Catherine Barnett (nee Chisham) & Phil Harding
Prehistoric and medieval remains at 20-22 London Road, Maldon: excavations, 2003 and 2004:  Andrew Robertson
Evidence of Roman agricultural drainage: excavation south of the former A120, Takeley, 2003:  Ben Roberts
A Roman cemetery at Sampford Road, Thaxted:  D Stansbie, K Brady, E Biddulph & A Norton
Roman deposits at Lynmouth Gardens / Parkway, Chelmsford; excavations, 2003:  Kate Nicholson & Ben Roberts
Excavations at the former Shell Garage site, 84-88 Moulsham Street, Chelmsford:  Leonora O’Brien with Ben Roberts
Excavations at the former Dovercourt Motors site, Spital Road, Maldon, 2002:  Ben Roberts
A pyramid seal matrix of Sir John Marney (1402-c.1471):  John Ashdown-Hill
The history of chimneys in Essex:  Pat Ryan
Location? Location? Location?: place, patronage and meaning of the wall painting of ‘Jonah and the whale’ at Waltham Abbey:  Natalie Mears
Grist to the mill: a history of Wivenhoe Mill from 1086 to the mid-twentieth century:  Pat Marsden
The archaeology of a siege: Camulodunum reconsidered:  John Mabbitt
Archaeology in Essex 2006:  Alison Bennett & Richard Havis
Shorter Notes
A Late Iron Age and early Roman site at Coleman’s Farm, Rivenhall End:  Mike Roy
An Anglo-Saxon silver strap-end from High Easter:  Michael J Caddeford
An early medieval hanging bowl mount from Good Easter:  Michael J Caddeford
Excavations at Hadleigh Castle, 2004:  Trevor Ennis & Mike Roy
Post-medieval remains at chapel of St-Thomas-a-Becket, Brentwood, archaeological investigations, 1997:  Richard Havis
A study in Georgian Colchester, 12 & 13 St Botolph’s Street:  Philip J Wise
Book reviews

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