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Monday, 4 March 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 3' Volume 39

Essex Archaeology and History: Volume 39 (2008)
Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History

Contents
William Raymond Powell:  H Martin Stuchfield
Kenneth Hall:  Victor Gray
Ambrose James Fawn:  G Mark R Davies
The Rounds of Witham during the First World War and ‘Cousin John Horace Round’:  Thomas McIver and the late W Raymond Powell
The archaeology of the A133 Little Clacton to Weeley by-pass:  Alec Wade and Richard Havis
A Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age enclosure and an early Anglo-Saxon cremation cemetery at the Chalet site, Hall Road, Heybridge:  Andrew A S Newton
A Roman Road and an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement in The Rodings:   Peter Sharp
The Old Slaughterhouse, Stour Street, Manningtree:  Phillippa Sparrow
The East and Middle Saxon estates of Westminster Abbey:  James Kemble
The Wheel of Fortune and the Bohun Family in the early fourteenth century:  Jennifer Ward
Archaeology in Essex 2007
Shorter notes
Roman remains of 145-145a Moulsham Street, Chelmsford:  Andrew Robertson and Joyce Compton
Medieval activity at land to the rear of 32 High Street, Kelvedon
Medieval and post-medieval quarrying, tanning and domestic activity at 96 North Street, Barking:  Pip Stone and Mike Lully
Book review
Essex Bibliography

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