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Thursday, 4 April 2013

Transactions Contents: 'Series 4' Volume 2

New Publication just issued

Essex Society for Archaeology and History
Transactions.  Fourth Series.  Volume 2 (2011)
(260 pages)

Contents
John S Appleby F.R.Hist.S., F.R.Met.S (1925-2011):  David J Appleby
High living at Monks Warren: a North-East London landscape from the Mesolithic to the Modern Period:  Alice Lyons
Excavations of a Late Prehistoric and Medieval Site at Maltings Academy, Spinks Lane, Witham, 2009-2011:  Sian Reynolds
Othona: Roman extra-mural activity at the Othona Community site, Bradwell-on-Sea:  Phillippa  Sparrow
Saxon fishtraps in the Blackwater Estuary, Essex: monitoring survey at Collins Creek, Pewet Island and The Nass 2003-2007:  E M Heppell
Investigations on the medieval defences of Walden Castle, Saffron Walden 2005-2009:  Trevor Ennis
Medieval occupation in Maldon, Essex: excavations at 127-129 High Street, 2007:  Tim Carew, Chris Clarke & Dan Eddisford
Was there an anchoress at Colne Priory?:  Cate Gunn
A medieval site at Chipping Ongar: excavations at Banson’s Lane, 1998:  Trevor Ennis
Fortification Wood, Navestock – Reviewed:  Peter D R Sharp & Michael Leach
The Prittlewell chest panels and a group of English church chests decorated with tracery and bestiaries:  David Sherlock
‘The Weaker Vessel’?  How Essex court records challenge commonly-held beliefs about the subordinate early modern woman:  Alice Violett
What did Thomas Plume think about witchcraft? Reconstructing intellectual outlook of a little-known 17th century English sceptic:  Alison Rowlands 
 (view online: http://www.thomasplumeslibrary.co.uk/news-events/the-plume-lecture/what-did-thomas-plume-think-about-witchcraft/  )
Medieval and post-medieval remains including a late 17th / early 18th century brick kiln at Legg Street, Chelmsford:  Neil Hawkins & Berni Sudds
Archaeology in Essex 2010:  Sue Tyler
Shorter Notes:
A Neolithic partly-polished flint axe-head from Hutton, Brentwood:  Hazel Martingell
A Scandinavian traded flint axe?:  Hazel Martingell
An unusual brooch and the problem of provenance in the study of Anglo-Saxon Colchester:  Philip Wise
Book reviews:
The Roman Town of Great Chesterford:  Nick Wickenden
The Harlow Pottery Industries:  Howard Brooks
Great Excavations: Shaping the Archaeological Profession:  Maria Medlycott
Tides and Floods: New Research on London and the Tidal Thames from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century:  James A Galloway
Essex bibliography:  Paul R Sealey

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