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Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Cogg - D'Cru)

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COGGESHALL, THOMAS DE 1: 112
COGGESHALL, SIR WTI.LIAM 8: 209, 211, 213, 221; 19:
157
COGITOSUS, life of St Brigit 10: 70 COINS
British
potin coins
Heybridge  17: 11, 22,61
Stansted Airport Catering Site 19: 269
Celtic, HarlowTemple 19: 265; 20: 164 Iron Age
Braintree, Letch's Yard 16: 125
Great Canfield  13: 35-7,35 late Iron Age
gold staters, Sutton,Temple Farm 17: 163 Heybridge 17: 22
Gallo-Belgic 14: 4-9, 11
Braintree 8: 115 of Cunobelin
Braintree 15: 163
Nazeingbury 8: 115; 10: 106
Netteswellbury 18: 108
Wickford 11:43
HarlowTemple 18: 107 Roman
by ruler
Antoninus Pius
Little Laver 8: 240
Rainham 8: 246
Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 11:43 Caracalla, Colchester, Locke's site 3: 103 Carausius
Colchester 3: 107
Rawreth 9: 23 Claudius I
Chelmsford 4:4, 5,16
Colchester 2: 137, 138-9, 141-2; 3: 3, 36, 52,60-1,
77
Heybridge 17: 11, 22
Wickford 11: 44, 50
Claudius II, Prittlewell 8: 246
Commodus, Braintree 8: 97 Constans
Colchester 3: 120, 126
Nazeingbury 10: 51, 106
Prittlewell 8: 246
Constantine, House of 1: 11, 17,28-9
Braintree 8: 15
Wickford 11:44
Constantine I ('The Great')  (AD 307-337) Braintree 8: 99, 100
Henham 13: 37
Dornitian Braintree 8: 15
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Drusus Junior 4: 4
Faustina the Elder (d 141 AD), Wickford 12: 65, 67 Faustina the Younger (d 175 AD), Rayne/Braintree
bypass 20: 11
Gallienus 1: 12,28
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 8, 11
Geta, Braintree 8: 8
Hadrian, Coggeshall8: 245 Honorius
Braintree 8: 96, 125, 134; 19: 262


COINS


HarlowTemple 19:265
Magnentius, Braintree 8: 15 Marcus Aurelius
Braintree 8: 15
Colchester 14: 149
Maxirnianus, Pleshey 8: 242
Nero, Braintree 15: 163
Postumus, Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 11 Septirnius Severus
denarii
Heybridge 17: 22, 23
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 11 Theodosius, House of
Braintree 8: 15, 65, 127
Coggeshall19: 86
Wickford 11:44 Tiberius
Chelmsford 4: 5, 16
Wickford 11: 43-4,49 Trajan
Braintree 8: 15, 114
Colchester 3: 106 Valentinian, House of
Braintree 8: 15
Heybridge 17: 22
Wickford 11:44
Valentinian II, Colchester 3: 120 Vespasian
Barking 8: 244
Braintree 16: 125
Coggeshal119: 72, 75
Colchester 3: 13, 36
LangfordJunction 17:59
Victorinus, West Ham 8: 245 by site
Barking 8: 244
Bocking 8: 103
Boreham 8: 264
Braintree 8: 114-15, 125
Bank Street 8: 99
Blyths Meadow 15:45
Bradford Street Public Gardens 8: 114
The Fountain 15: 163
High Street 8: 96, 97, 134
Letch's Yard 16: 125
London Road 8: 88
Rayne Road 8: 8, lQ-11, 14-15, 15-17,65, 100,
127
Mrs. Tabor's garden 8: 99-100
Revell, Mr., house of 8: 114
Sandpit Road 19: 262
Canfield, Great 8: 156
Canvey Island 2: 17
Chadwell St Mary 1: 135, 136, 139
Chelmsford 4: 4, 5, 16
Moulsham 1: 165
Moulsham/Queen  Street 19:43
Coggeshall 8: 245; 19: 72, 75, 86
Colchester 2: 137, 138-9, 141-2; 3: 106; 14: 149
Balkerne Gardens 3: 52, 6Q-1
Denmark Street 3: 83
Insula 30 3: 107
Lewis's Gardens 1: 11, 12, 17,28-30
Locke's site 3: 103
North Hill 3: 49





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COINS, Roman, by site, Colchester (cont.)
St Giles' Church 9: 98
St Mary's Rectory 3: 77
Telephone Exchange 3: 3, 13, 36
Temple precinct, S side 3: 120, 124-5, 126
Gryme's Dyke 10:242
HarlowTemple 19:265
Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 37-8
Heybridge 17: 22-3
Langford Junction 17: 59
Laver, Little 8: 240
Leaden Roding 8: 243
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Nazeingbury 10: 51, 106
Pleshey 8: 242
Prittlewell 8: 246
Radwinter 2: 339
Rainham 8: 246
Rawreth 9: 23, 33
Rayne, Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 8, 11
Romford, Gidea Park 8: 246
Sewardstone  9:  104; 10:177,185,186-7
Springfield Cursus 15: 139
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 15: 166
Waltham Abbey, Market Place 19: 212
Waltham, Little 1: 214
Shopfield 2: 49, 50, 52
West Ham 8: 245
Wickford 2: 96; 11: 43-4, 49-50; 12: 65, 67
Wickham Bishops 8: 162 Anglo-Saxon
Mucking 9: 101
Waltham Abbey 19: 206 medieval
English
Edward I, Braintree 8: 69
Edward m, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 54 Edward IV 9: 148, 149; 11: 59
Henry m
Rochford 16: 132
WalthamAbbey  19: 127,144
Henry VI
Calais penny, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 54 Peldon 9: 149
Richard II, Braintree, Rayne Road 18: 106 Peldon, St Mary's Church graveyard 9: 147-9 Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 156
Widford 11: 59
medieval/post-medieval, Benfleet, South 2: 328 post-medieval
English
Charles I
Colchester, St Giles' Church 9: 98
WalthamAbbey  10: 156-7 Charles II
Canfield, Great 8: 165
Springfield Cursus 15: 139
Elizabeth I,Waltham Abbey 10: 156
Henry VIII, Waltham Abbey 10: 156
James I,Waltham Abbey 4: 125
Mary I, Waltham Abbey 10: 156
William m,Waltham Abbey 4: 125 British
George II,Waltham Abbey 4: 125 Georgem


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Colchester Castle wellS: 238 Waltham Abbey 4: 125
Victoria, Waltham Abbey 4: 125
Hong Kong, Tilbury, East 19: 264
Irish, Braintree, Blyths Meadow 15:45
mise., Philip of Macedon stater (British copy), Braintree 8:
114, 115
see also COUNTERS; JETTONS; TOKENS
COKE FAMILY see COOKE
COKE, SIR JOHN, secretary of state (c. 1625) 15: 96, 97
COKER FAMILY, Purleigh 17: 113-14 COLCHESTER
see also CAMULODUNUM; CHITTS HILL; COINS; GREENSTEAD; MILE END; POTTERY; SHEEPEN; STANWAY
general
Archbishop Harsnett's library bequeathed to town 12:
5-6
borough silver plate collection 1: 165
Camulodunum see CAMULODUNUM excavations (1964-8) 3: 1-130
Oath Book 14: 94-101
by period
Bronze Age features 14: 9
flintwork 16: 87
pre-Roman Iron Age period and the Belgae 14: 3-14
Roman 3: 1-6, 1,2-3(Fig. 3); 9: 96-8
2nd cent. fire episode 2: 137, 139, 140; 3: 3-4
?south gate, site of3: 103
artefacts
gold rings 14: 153-5
stud fmd 14: 146-9, 147
Boudiccan destruction of 1: 18; 2: 137-42, 138; 3: 1,
3-4,7-8, 12, 13, 18-23,47,66,73, 121-2,
123,129
fortress 3: 2; 12: 41; 14: 136-7; 17: 159-60
Insula  30 3:98,100,107-11,109
I. EGIO XX occupation 3: 2
'Mithraeum' 1: 11; 2: 141
Romano-British pottery 5: 31, 35; 18: 126
small fmds from excavations  (1971-9)  (book review) 15: 18Q-1
temple (Butt Road) 10: 242
Temple of Claudius 2: 138-9; 3: 3, 98, 100, 103; 12:41 Temple precinct, south side 3: 115-30(inc. illustr.)
temple/shrine poss. (with apse) (Denmark Street) 3: 78,81-2,81
Town Wall, rampart  (defences)  3: 3, 43, 66,68-9,76-
7,102;9:96,97;20: 158,161
see also KILNS, pottery and tile (Roman); POTTERY
Anglo-Saxon, ?early, cruciform brooch 16: 149-50, 149
medieval
?Norman evidence, Insula 30 3: 107
and Domesday survey 12: 15, 17
Norman defences 3: 121, 122, 124, 129
12th to 13th cent.
documents (Morant MSS) 2: 290-1
textile occupations 20: 34-67 passim
13th to 14th cent., 'Anstey case' 15: 68, 78 13th to 14th cent. fields/pastures 19: 159-65
common rights and hunting 19: 162-4
East/West Donyland 19: 163
royal demesne lands 19: 161
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COLCHESTER, by period, medieval (cont.)
14th cent., John Ball's identity 8: 287,288 14th to 15th cent.
Doreward and fee-farm of the borough 8: 217-18, 219,220
Gaol Delivery Rolls, 1392 & 1457 2: 280-8
Oath Book and borough constitution 1372-1404 14:94-101
14th to 16th cent.
Courts and Court Records 131Q-1525 17: 133-40 'Growth and decline in Colchester 1300-1525'
(Britnell) 17: 181
15th cent., house of canons of St Botolph 8: 215 Cesterwald location 11: 111-12
Jewry in 16: 48-52
market 7: 54; 13: 15, 19; 16: 49
Moot Hall16: 49-50
'Munkesdoune'fMonekedoune' (tenement) 19: 160,163 16th to 17th cent.
Anabaptists 15: 91, 92
Lollards 15: 84-5, 86, 90
plague (1579-1666) 4: 134-45
Reformation 15: 84-95
textile industry 15: 89 17th cent.
English Civil War 2:67,68 payment of Ship-money 1: 160
Protectorate and Hezekiah Haynes 1: 199,201,202
Siege of (1648) 9: 98
token issuers 17: 177, 178 18th cent.
Francis Smythies, attorney and political broker 19: 223-30
Parliamentary elections 18: 63, 66-72; 19: 223-8 William Mayhew and Borough Charter 18:63-74
18th to 19th cent.
Colchester Loyal Volunteers 19: 227
early iron foundries 14: 102-10 (inc. illustr.) 19th cent.
earthquake (1884) 5: 203
Victorian expansion 19: 235-6
see also specific locations/sites below
Abbey of StJohn 2: 290; 8: 215; 9: 98; 11: 112; 15: 84, 86
14th cent. landholding 19: 159, 160, 162, 163, 164
16th cent. dissolution 15: 86
Annales Colecestrenses 11: 113-14
cartulary 20: 48
and medieval Jewry 16: 50
Abbeygate: Coleman's iron foundry 14: 107, 108
All Saints parish 14: 102, 103
John Ennows, clay-pipe maker 15: 106-12 Balkerne Close, poss. 2nd cent. fire evidence 2: 140 Balkeme Gardens
Roman period 3: 4, 5Q-61, 51, 53, 101
1st/2nd cent. fire evidence 2: 137, 140
pottery 3: 24, 54-60, 56
small fmds 3: 6Q-1, 80
Balkeme Gate, Roman structures 9: 96, 97; 20: 161
Balkeme Lane 9: 96-7
1st cent. fire evidence 2: 139
Berechurch, and Thomas Audley 15: 86, 87 Berechurch Dyke, and late Iron Age oppidum 18: 93 Bluebottle Grove 19:264
Butt Road, Roman cemetery site 9: 97; 10: 241-2; 11: 102;
12:40;19:260-1,264


COLCHESTER


by-pass
eastern, prehistoric features excavated 13: 50, 57, 58
northern, medieval pottery 7: 33
Castle Gardens 11: 103 Castle Park
mise. Roman evidence 16: 127
Roman period destruction levels 2: 141
Castle Road, Roman period destruction levels 2: 141 Caters site 3: 107, 108n, 110n
Crouch Street, medieval features/structures and cemetery 20: 161
Crouched Friars 17: 159; 20: 159, 161 Culver Street
Roman period
buildings 14: 136-7, 144; 15: 165; 16: 126-7; 17: 159
destruction levels 2: 141; 3: 121
legionary fortress 14: 136
Sainsbury's site 3: 4, 98, 100, 107, 121, 122, 123
Denmark Street, Firs Car Park 3: 78-84, 79, 80, 81, 82
Dugard Avenue 9: 97
Dutch Quarter 9: 98
East Hill3: 98
'Fire Office': ironwork 14: 104, 108
Friday Wood, linear feature 14: 137
Gilberd School, Roman barrack block 16: 127, 138; 17:
159-60
Gosbecks
pre-Roman Iron Age 14: 10-11; 20: 155
theatre 3: 95-6; 10: 242
Gryme's Dyke see GRYME'S DYKE Head Street
Headgate House: mansion of Francis Smythies 19: 227
Roman Head Gate 20: 158, 161
Roman period destruction levels 2: 137
TimothyWalford, cabinet maker 2: 128
Heath Farm Dyke 14: 10 High Street
1st cent. fire evidence 2: 137, 139-40
clay-pipe making 15: 111
J.Wallis iron foundry, 18th-19th cent. 14: 102, 104, 105
Jacklin's restaurant 2: 137, 139
Nos 61-2, mise. Roman evidence 16: 126
Nos 98-99, astride S wall ofTemple precinct 3: 115- 30(inc. illustr.)
Holly Trees Meadow, Roman period destruction levels 2: 140, 141
Holy Trinity parish, and Reformation 15: 87,91
Hospital Lane, Roman pottery 14: 124-5, 124
Hythe, the
Coleman's iron foundry 14: 102, 103, 104, 106, 106-
7(Pl. IV), 107, 108
Old Tobacco House 20: 96, 101
see also St Leonard's parish (below)
Ipswich Road, medieval pottery 8: 188
Jewry Wall, Roman pottery? 1: 177
King's Head, and 16th cent. heretics 15: 92 Lewis's Gardens
Roman structures excavated (Houses I-V) 1: 7-32 (inc. illustr.)
coinage 1: 11, 12, 17, 28-30
glass remains 1: 7, 12, 15,27-8
pottery 1: 9, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18-25, 20, 25
small finds 1: 7-9, 11, 15, 26, 27
Lexden Road, No. 147, Romano-British finds 16: 145-9,
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COLCHESTER  (cont.)
Lion Walk
clay-pipe making 15: 107, 111
mosaic pavement 9: 98
Roman structures 14: 136
Locke's Site, Roman north-south street 3:4, 100, 103
Long Wyre Street, Roman and post-Roman buildings 3: 100;11:  102;12:41
Maidenburgh Street
clay-pipe making 15: 111
Roman theatre 14: 137-8
Middleborough, Roman and medieval structures 11: 102
Monkwick (Military Corrective Training Centre), Roman artefacts 18: 93
North Hill
Roman period 3: 2, 4, 121
1st cent. fire evidence 2: 139, 140; 3: 3-4
No. 44 3: 4, 43-9, 43, 46, 69, 79,80, 84-S(Pl. III), 99
No. 5,].Wallis' house 14: 106-7(Pl. III), 108 Nunn's Road, 1st cent. fire evidence 2: 139
Osborne Street, post-medieval structures/organic remains 20: 161
Poplarhall Farm 11: 103
Provident Place see Balkerne Gardens Public Library: Harvey papers 12: 4 Queen Street
bus garage 2: 141
medieval period 3: 87, 9Q-1
No. 5 Roman period 3: 4, 46, 84-S(Pl.IV), 85-90,85,
86
No. 7 3:86
Roman period 3:98, 103, 107
destruction levels 2: 140, 141
see also No. 5 (above)
Red Lion Hotel (White Lion/New Inn) 18: 102, 103
Rose and Crown Hotel18: 101
St Botolph's Church 2: 38; 11: 114
St Botolph's Priory 8: 215; 12: 31; 15: 84; 18: 106, 113; 19:
162,261,264
dissolution of15: 86, 87
St Giles' Church 9: 98
Reformation 15: 88
St Giles' parish, 16th cent. Reformation period 15: 84,90 St Helena's playing-field 9: 98
St Helena's School, early Roman evidence 19: 264 St Helen's Church (Chapel) 2: 39; 12: 7; 19: 160
and Reformation 15: 86
StJames' Church, Reformation  15:88 StJames' parish, Reformation  15: 85-6
StJohn's Green, ram aquamanile 15: 60, 61
St John's Street, Coleman's foundry (rear of Scheregate Hotel)  14: 106-7(Pl. I), 107, 108
St Leonard's Church Barwyk's chantry 15: 88
Harmanson's chantry 15: 88
St Leonard's parish
16th cent. Reformation period 15: 84, 85, 89, 90
16th-17th cent. plague 4: 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139 19th cent. Coleman's iron foundry and workshops 14:
102-3
St Martin's Church, ironwork 14: 103, 106-7( PI. 11)
St Mary Magdalen, hospital of 15: 88, 91; 19: 154, 160
St Mary-at-the-Walls' Church 2: 38, 296; 19: 224
Joseph Elianore chantry 15: 86
medieval chantry 19: 160


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and Reformation  15: 86, 87,90
St Mary's Rectory (former), Roman period 3: 3, 4, 62-
77, 62, 64, 70, 72, 79, 102
St Mary's Cottage, 1st cent. fire evidence 2: 139
St Mary's parish, 16th-17th cent. plague 4: 134, 135, 136,
141,142
St Nicholas' Church, 16th cent. Reformation period 15: 86
St Nicholas parish, and Reformation 15: 91 St Nicholas House 3: 98
St Peter's Church
Haynes' chantry 15: 88
Jesus gild in 15: 87-8
and Reformation 15: 87-8
St Peter's parish
16th-17th cent. plague 4: 134, 135, 136, 137
and Reformation 15: 84, 85, 86
St Peter's Close, Roman period 3: 4, 61
St Runwald's Church 2: 38; 16: 49 St Runwald's parish
medieval Jewry in 16: 50
and Reformation 15: 91 StThomas,chapelof16:5Q-1
Short Wyre Street, Roman town wall 20: 161 Stockwell Street
medieval Jewry in 16: 48, 49-50
medieval and later pottery 1:41-51,42,44, 47,50
East, Roman period 3: 4, 38-42, 38, 40, 79, 99
West, 1st cent. fire evidence 2: 139 Telephone Exchange site
Roman period 3: 4, 7-37(inc. illustr.), 97
pottery 3: 12, 14, 15-25, 16, 21
small fmds 3: 11, 25-37, 26-7, 29, 31, 34, 35
Telephone Manager's Office, 1st cent. fire evidence 2:
139; 3:7
Town Hall 5: 225, 228-9, 230-3, 232-3(Pls III-XI); 17:
133;19:235
Moot Hall 5: 232, 232-3(Pl. X); 19: 235
Trinity Street, buildings from late 16th cent. 10: 242-3 Victoria Inn, Roman period 3:4,92-4, 92, 93
Wagon and Horses public house, Roman period destruction 2: 137, 141; 3: 52
Wyre Street
Arcade, ?Roman period destruction 2: 140
No. 3: Coleman's iron foundry 14: 102, 107 COLCHESTER AND ESSEX MUSEUM
1977 activities 9: 157
Bull Collection 10: 20 Curators
D.Tyrwhitt-Drake Clarke 1: 213
M. R. Hull1: 213; 14: 1
Joslin Collection 17: 143
see  also  ROBINSON,  GEORGE  (WITHAM TOKEN
HOARD)
COLCHESTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL  GROUP 3: 63, 67
COLCHESTER CASTLE 10: 242; 16: 127, 138
Gaol Delivery Rolls 1392 & 1457 2: 28Q-8 Hubert St Clair as Constable (1155) 20: 3Q-3 well 5: 237-9, 238-9(Pl.l)
see also COLCHESTER AND ESSEX MUSEUM COLCHESTER DYKES 9: 2, 17, 18; 10: 21; 14: 10, 137
see also GRYME'S DYKE
COLCHESTER EXCAVATION COMMITTEE 5: 4
Colchester Roman excavations 2: 137 COLCHESTER HALL, TAKELEY see STANSTED
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COLCHESTER  HUNDRED   17:133 COLCHESTER, LORD see SAVAGE, RICHARD COLCHESTER, VISCOUNT see DARCY, THOMAS COLDNORTON
brass-rubbing 11: 121
old and new churches 5: 212,218
COLE, REV. WILLIAM, de Vere tombs 16: 55 COLEMAN FAMILY
Colchester iron foundries of 14: 102-4, 106, 106-7(P1s I;
IV), 107-8
George 14: 107-8
Richard (d 1828) 14: 102, 103, 104, 106, 107
Richard II(d 1866) 14: 102, 103, 107, 108
Richard III(d 1864) 14: 102, 107
COLEMAN, ROBERT, Waltham Abbey Volunteer Infantry 15: 113
COLEMAN'S FARM/APPLEFORD  FARM, WITHAM
prehistoric features 14: 111, 112, 130; 18: 108
medieval and later pottery 19: 254
COLLECTIONS
Bull Collection, Colchester Museum 10:20
Chancellor Collection of Architectural Drawings 5: 202-24 Fitch Collection 17: 57-9
J. G. Coates Collection 5: 123
Joslin Collection 17: 143
Kenworthy Collection 8: 86-120(inc. illustr.)
S. H. Warren's flint collection 10: 206
COLMAN, ISAAC, 17th cent. token issuer 17: 177 COLNE, see also WAKES COLNE
COLNE, RIVER 20: 44, 54
and Gryme's Dyke 9: 1, 18
COLNE, WHITE
Roman settlement 19: 86
Berwick Hall 16: 44
Colun (Domesday placename) 16:44
COLNE PRIORY see EARLS COLNE
COLOGNE (GERMANY), Roman period 1: 12 COLUMBA, SAINT, early church buildings 10: 71 COLUN (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see COLNE;
COLNE, WHITE
COMBS, bone
late Roman, The Towers inhumation cemetery 17:55,57 Anglo-Saxon
Danbury Camp 10: 14, 19, 21
Prittlewell19: 95, 97, 108, 113, 114
Wakering, Great 17: 170, 171, 172 CONSTANTINE, HOUSE OF, COINAGE see COINS CONSTANTINE I, EMPEROR see COINS CONYERS, SIR JOHN, Old Copped Hall17: 96 COOKE (COKE) FAMILY, see also COKE, SIR JOHN COOKE (COKE) FAMILY, OF GIDEA HALL,
ROMFORD 9: 129-45
Coke, Margaret (1512-1552) 9: 133-6
Coke, Richard (Sir Philip's second son, d 1536) 9: 131-3,
134
Coke, Sir Philip (son of Sir Thomas, d 1503) 9: 129-31
Cook, Sir Thomas 9: 129
Cooke,Anne (wife ofHercules) 9: 140-1
Cooke, Sir Anthony (d 1604) 9: 129, 133, 134, 135, 136, 139
Cooke, Sir Edward (brother ofHercules) 9: 141 Cooke, Sir Hercules Francis (d 1661) 9: 139-45
COOMBE WARREN (SURREY), late Bronze Age/early Iron Age bowl 9: 75
COOPER'S COTTAGE, LITTLE, NR TAKELEY see
STANSTED  AIRPORT


COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS


COOPERS, GREAT, NR TAKELEY see STANSTED AIRPORT
COPFORD
poss. Roman villa 8: 245
Roman road (poss.) 12: 41
medieval clergy 1: 250
1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 196
Copford Hall: Haynes family 1: 196, 206, 208, 209 COPPED HALL, EPPING: SITE OF TUDOR MANSION
16: 127, 138; 17:96-106 (inc. illustr.)
loggia  17:96,97, 100,101,102,103, 105 COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS
Bronze Age
Boxted 16: 102
Braintree 8: 279-81, 280
Bures Hamlet 11: 35, 36
Canewdon, East Lambourne Hall Pit 12: 56, 57
Hatfield Broad Oak 19: 242
Navestock 16: 103
Osea Island 14: 116, 117, 130
Pleshey 8: 249,272
Rook Hall 18: 108
Sheepen 14: 9
Tollesbury 16: 91, 93, 94
Wakes Colne 9: 74-5, 76; 16: 102
Wickford, Memorial Park 19: 242-3
see also EWART PARK; WILBURTON
late Bronze Age, Fingringhoe hoard 18: 7-15(inc. illustr.)
Bronze Age/Iron Age 14: 8
Baddow, Little 8: 146-7, 146
?Belgic, The Towers, Heybridge 17: 55, 56, 62
Celtic, Braintree, Boar's Head 18: 106 Roman
Barling Hall 9: 68, 76
Benfleet, South 2: 328; 8: 259,273
Black Notley 8: 113
Bouchernes Farm 17: 60 Braintree
Hatches Farm 9: 146-7, 146
(poss.) 8: 104
Mount House  16:30,36-7,37
Rayne Road 8: 15, 17, 18, 19, 20
Sandpit Road 17: 93; 20: 160
Canfield, Great 8: 156, 157
Chelmsford 4: 4, 5
Baddow Road 19:272
Moulsham/Queen  Street  19:43,44
Chesterford, Great, temple 11: 104
Chignal StJames 9: 76,81, 83 Colchester
Butt Road 19: 264
Denmark Street 3: 79,80, 82
East Stockwell Street 3: 40
Lewis's Gardens 1: 7-9, 15, 26,27
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
North Hill 3: 49, 80
Queen Street 3: 80, 90
St Mary's Rectory 3: 64, 69, 70,71
Telephone Exchange site 3: 11,25-32, 26-7, 29, 31
Dawes Heath, Thundersley 13: 66, 67
Fingringhoe 18: 7, 9, 11, 12
HarlowTemple  18: 115-20,115,116
Heybridge 17: 15, 23, 24, 25
LangfordJunction 17:59
Nazeingbury  10: 102-3, 103





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COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS, Roman (cont.)
Pebmarsh 1: 176, 178
Rayne 20: 3, 8
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 12-13,26
Springfield 19: 251, 252
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166, 167
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 15: 166; 16: 128
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 52, 58, 59
Wickford 11:43-50,45-9 Anglo-Saxon
Braxted, Little 9: 84, 86
Colchester 16: 149-50, 149
Prittlewell19: 97, 98,101,103,108,111,113
Springfield, Storm's Farm 18: 94
WalthamAbbey  19: 123,135,141,145-7,145
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5: 175-
6,176
medieval
Baddow, Great 12: 69, 77
Barling, Glebe Farm 15: 141
Canfield, Great, Old Fitzjohns 8: 157, 165
Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood 11: 56, 57 Colchester, Bodleian Bowl16: 49
Danbury, Runsell Green 11: 65
Dunmow, Great 11: 54, 65
Rawreth, Chichester Hall 8: 178, 180
Wakes Colne 9: 74-5, 76
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 176-7, 176
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 132, 141, 162, 164,
165,169
Wickham Bishops, St Peter's Church 12: 75, 77
medieval/post -medieval Danbury Camp 10: 18
Sutton 8: 180, 182 post-medieval
?Widford 11: 61
Witham token hoard 20: 138, 139
not precisely  dated
Braintree 8: 115, 120
Bank Street 8: 71
High Street 8: 97
Broads Green 19: 12
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 55-6, 57-8
Copped Hall, Old 17: 104,105
High Easter, Maidens Tye 19: 191
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 26,27
Nazeingbury  10:40
Rawreth 9: 33
Rochford 16: 15, 16
Sampford, Great, Monks Cottage 12: 70
Sewardstone 10: 187
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 116, 117, 118
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 91,92
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 118
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 134, 141, 161-5, 163-
4
Wickford 13: 55
see also BELT SETS; BRACELETS; BRASSES; BUCKLES; DISCS; FERRULES; LACE ENDS; LIGULAE; LOCKS AND KEYS; NEEDLES; PINS; RINGS, FINGER; SPATULAE; STRAP ENDS; TWEEZERS
COPPIN, T., Colchester carpenter 2: 130
CORBEIL, WILLIAM OF, St Osyth Prior, later Archbishop of Canterbury 2: 305-8


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CORBRIDGE (NORTHUMB), Colchester mortaria 14: 34
CORES, flint
Palaeolithic, Purfleet, North Road 7:4, 5, 7 Mesolithic
Epping Forest, Hill Wood, High Beach 10: 215, 217
Purfleet, North Road 7: 5
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 224, 226
CORN LAW (1791) 5: 185 CORN MILLS see MILLS CORN-DRIERS
Roman
Colchester, Culver Street 17: 159
Mucking 5: 9; 11: 107
not precisely dated, Cressing churchyard 9: 99
see also KILNS (corn-drying) CORNELIUS,JOHN, Rector ofPeldon 7:64,65 CORNHILL, RALPH DE 2: 1-2, 4, 7
CORNMILL STREAM, WALTHAM ABBEY 4: 47, 84, 88;
10:129,130,134, 170;19:270
Stony bridge 4: 31, 81,88
CORNWALLIS, SIR THOMAS 17: 96
CORPECHUN  (CORPYCHONE)  see LEYTONSTONE ('WALLWOOD')
CORRINGHAM HALL, Roman/medieval finds 5: 121 CORRINGHAM HALL FARM, early (late Bronze Age?)
briquetage 16: 140, 141
CORSELLIS, REV. NICHOLAS, RECTOR OF
WIVENHOE  19: 224-5
COSHE FARM, ELMDON 17: 126, 127, 128
COSTAIN'S COMPOUND, STANSTED see STANSTED AIRPORT
COTTON,AGNES 1:123
COTTON, CAPT.JOSEPH 1: 122, 123
COTTON, SIR ROBERT,ANTIQUARY  (1571-1631)  16:
54
COTTON, WILLIAM, and Wallwood House, Leyton 1: 122,
123, 124
COTTON, REV. WILLIAM CHARLES 1: 122 COTTONVESPASIAN XV MS (BRIT. LIBRARY) 16: 55
COTTON FAMILY, and Wallwood House 1: 122-3, 124-5 COUCHMAN, CHRISTINE R.
'A Limited Excavation on the Site of St Nicholas' Old Church, lngrave' 9: 48-59
Essex County Council Archaeology Section 1974-76 (ed.) 8: 144-83
1977 (ed.) 9: 6Q-94
1978 (ed.) 11:32-77
'Excavations at St Michael's Church, Latchingdon' 11: 6-
31
'Excavations in Essex, 1976' (ed.) 9: 95-106
'Excavations in Essex, 1977' (ed.) 10: 240-8
'The Bronze Age Cemetery at Ardleigh: A Further Consideration' 7: 14-32
and Savory, L., 'The Cropmark Complex and a Group of
Deverel-Rimbury Burials at Ardleigh, Essex' 15: 1-10
COUNTERS
bone, Roman
Colchester 3: 32, 36
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 17, 21
medieval/post-medieval, French/German, Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 125
reckoning, medieval, Downham, St Margaret's Church 15:
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COUNTERS/GAMING  PIECES, ceramic
Roman, Colchester, St Mary's Rectory 3: 71, 79
Sewardstone 10: 187
COURTAULD, SAMUEL, Backing Church Street 19: 221 COWDEN (KENT), Roman pipeclay statuette 10: 232 COXWELL, GREAT (BERKS), medieval Cistercian Grange
4:93
CRAFfS see TRADES AND  CRAFfS
CRAIG, LT. GEN. SIRJAMES, KCB, General Officer Commanding Eastern District 15: 113-15
CRANFIELD, UONEL, 1ST EARL OF MIDDLESEX 17: 96, 102
CRANHAM, Craohu (Domesday placename)  16:41 CRAWSHAY, REV. R.V. E. DE B. 5: 206-7 CRAWTER'S MAP (1826)
Sewardstone 10: 175, 176
Waltham Abbey grange 4: 59, 60
CRAYS HILL see RAMSDEN CRAYS
CREEKSEA, ?Gallo-Belgian pottery 13: 63, 65 CREFFIELD, SIR RALPH, 18th cent. Colchester Tory 18:
66,67
CREMATION BURIALS
Bronze Age
Ardleigh Deverel-Rimbury urnfield 7: 14-31 (inc.
illustr.); 14: 9; 15: 1-2, 4, 5-7, 5, 6
Broads Green 19: 7, 9, 13
Chelmsford Romano-British temple site 4: 15-16
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 123, 124, 125, 126, 127-8, 165
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 1-2, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 14-15, 17
Orsett, Baker Street 12: 48
Orsett Cock 18: 24, 31
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 13: 53
Rawreth 9: 23
Rook Hall 18: 108
Springfield Lyons 16: 134
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 13: 53
Waltham, Great, Broads Green 18: 106-7
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Stansted Airport Social Club  19:270
Belgic
Aylesford (Kent) 14: 10
Heybridge 17: 53, 55
Mersea, West 13: 63-5, 64
late Iron Age
Elmstead Hall13: 50
Stanway 20: 168
Wickham Bishops 8: 162, 163
late Iron Age/Roman, Billericay School19: 261, 262 early Roman, Crescent Road, Heybridge 17: 63 Roman  5: 31; 17:63,64
Billericay, Buckenham's Field 9: 96
Black Notley 8: 113
Boreham, Great Holts Pit 8: 160, 161
Braintree 8: 126
Mill Cottages 8: 109
Chelmsford 4: 12, 28
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 54, 55, 57, 58, 64, 65,
67
Cressing churchyard? 9: 98-9
Dunmow, Great 20: 179, 180
Kelvedon 10: 245; 20: 178
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Mucking 11: 107
Prittlewell, Sutton Road 9: 103
Rawreth 9: 23


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Shelford, Little, Foulness 9: 10Q-1; 10: 227-30, 227,
229-30
Stansted Airport
Costain's Compound 19: 270
Duckend Farm 20: 165, 166.167, 167
Social Club 19: 270; 20: 165
Stebbing 10: 247; 12: 47
Waltham, Little, Roman Road 16: 143
Wickford 11: 43
Anglo-Saxon, Springfield Lyons 15: 168; 18: 108
not precisely dated
Chesterford, Little, Bordeaux Farm 12: 44 Grays, Palmer's School15: 20
Heybridge, Bouchernes Farm 17: 55, 60, 62
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 27
Mucking 9: 101
Shoebury, North 14: 141
Theydon Garnon 14: 142, 144
CREPPING HALL, CHAPPEL, 13TH CENT. HALL HOUSE9: 150
CRESHALL, 11th cent. landholding 4: 129 CRESSING
All Saints' Church
reconstruction and history 6: 82-9, 85-8; 12: 41 Saxo-Norman apsidal chapel12: 41
churchyard
Iron Age and Roman remains 9: 98-9; 10: 243; 12: 41
Saxon occupation 10: 243
Horsehoes, medieval/post-medieval house 11: 79-80, 8o-
1(Pl.I)
Tithings, medieval/post-medieval house 11: 80, 8D-1(Pl. I)
placename evidence 6: 82-3
CRESSINGTEMPLE 20: 161-2
Iron Age and Roman features 13: 51, 59; 20: 161
medieval structure 13: 51; 18: 61; 20: 161
medieval/post-medieval features 11: 103; 12: 42; 14: 138
Templars' Chapel13: 51; 20: 46
Tudor 'great house' 13: 51; 14: 138
Smyth family (17th cent.) 10: 121, 123
CRESSINGHAM, GREAT (NORFOLK), priory 20: 101 CRICCIETH CASTLE (CAERNARVON), medieval
pottery 8: 185, 187, 188, 194
CRICKLEY HILL (GLOS), Iron Age long-houses 6: 4 CROMPTON, ROOKES EVELYN BELL, Original Works,
Chelmsford 12: 116, 116-17(Pl. I) CROMWELL, OLIVER  (LATER LORD PROTECTOR,
SIR HENRY'S GRANDSON)  1: 115, 118; 2:
63,71,72,73,74,75,77
and Hezekiah Haynes 1: 196, 197, 198, 199,200,201,202,
204-5
CROMWELL, OUVER (SIR HENRY'S SON), Manor of
Leyton 1: 115
CROMWELL, RICHARD (SON OF LORD
PROTECTOR) 1: 118, 206
CROMWELL, SIR HENRY, Manor ofLeyton 1: 115 CROPMARKS see AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE
CROSBY, COL PIERCE, regiment of, atWitham 10: 118, 119,120
CROSSAN, CARL, et al., 'Mersea Island: the Anglo-Saxon Causeway' 14: 77-86
CROSSES
St Nicholas Church churchyard, Castle Hedingham, cross shaft 5: 216; 11: 1-5, 2-3(Figs  1-6)
see  also  MEMORIALS
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CROUCH ESTUARY
Hullbridge Survey 15: 167, 170; 16: 130; 17: 161
salt production 16: 7
CROUCHBACK, EDMUND (d 1296), tomb 16: 58, 59
CROUCHMAN'S FARM seeWAKERING, GREAT CROWELL (OXON), Manor House 1: 238 CRUMMY, NINA
Colchester Archaeological  Report- reviewed  15: 18Q-1 'Mersea  Island: the  11th Century Boundaries'  14: 87-93
CRUMMY, PHILIP
'A Bronze Age Cemetery at Chitts Hill, Colchester' 9: 1-16
with Hillam, Jennifer and Crossan, Carl, 'Mersea Island: the Anglo-Saxon Causeway' 14: 77-86
CRUMP, R.W., 'Excavation of a Buried Wooden Structure at Foulness' 13: 69-71, 69, 70
CRUSADES, and pottery trade 8: 188
CULROSS ABBEY (FIFE) 18: 123 CULVERTS
Braintree, brick 8: 69, 82 Springfield,All Saints Chuch 12:74
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 140, 141
see also DRAINS
CUNNINGHAM, C. M. & FARMER, P. G. & N. C., 'A
Horse and Rider Aquamanile from Harwich and the Significance of Scarborough Ware in Essex' 15: 54-67
CUNOBELIN 9: 83; 14: 3, 9, 10, 11, 12
coins 8: 115; 10: 106; 13: 37; 15: 163 CURLINGTYE  GREEN, WOODHAM WALTER
Curlai (Domesday placename) 16:40,41
medieval pottery 14: 129
see also ASHMANS  (POST-MEDIEVAL  HOUSE)
CURRY-COMB HANDLE, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5:  171,172
CURSUS MONUMENTS
Neolithic,  see also SPRINGFIELD  CURSUS Neolithic  (poss.), Stour valley 14: 114
CUTHBERT, SAINT, early church building 10: 71 CUTLERY MANUFACTURING see KNIFE HANDLES;
KNNES
CUTTS FAMILY, and Thaxted manor lordship 8: 225, 226-
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Iron Age ?votive figurine 9: 77
Roman features 20: 162
Berchingae (Domesday manor) 16:41 1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 196
brass-rubbing 11: 121
Church Street, medieval and post-medieval buildings 9: 99 Rose Gate, Roman features: poss. kiln site 20: 162
Wangey Manor/Wangey House site 20: 162 DAGENHAMS, THE see NOAK HILL DAGGERS
iron, Roman, Colchester Telephone Exchange site 3: 11, 28, 29,30
medieval ?pommel, Danbury, Runsell Green 11: 65 DAIRIES, Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 123, 125, 129-30 DANBURY
Romano-British pottery 12: 56,61
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 56
medieval tile kiln 6: 46, 48, 49, 72-3, 74; 7: 57, 58, 59; 11:
24
Church and graveyard 10: 1, 3, 18, 20


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Eves Corner, post-medieval brick? kiln 13: 36, 42-3, 45
new Rectory site 10: 16,2Q-1
Runsell Green, medieval sword/dagger pommel11: 65
Twitty Fee, Iron Age ceramic loomweight 14: 120, 121
DANBURY CAMP 10: 1-28 (inc. illustr.), 249; 13: 46
prehistoric features (general) 10: 3
Iron Age features 10: 1,3, 5, 13-14, 15,16
Romano-British features 10: 3, 5, 13-14, 15, 16
Saxon features 10: 1, 10, 13, 14, 21; 13: 34
medieval features 10: 3, 5, 14, 16, 17
Allotments 13: 36
Iron Age/Roman pottery 13: 34
Church Green 13:36
early Saxon pottery 13: 34
undated skeletal remains 13: 34 environmental reports 10: 2Q-1
pottery 10:3,5, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20,21
mise. fmds 10: 17-18, 19,2Q-1
DANBURY PALACE, post-medieval brick/tile kiln 13: 43-5,
44
DANEGELD, and Domesday Survey 12: 11, 14-15
DANESEIA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see DENGIE
DANIELL,JERRY, Colchester Mayor early 18th cent.18: 67, 68
DANISH INVASIONS 10: 53-4, 75; 20: 108
and Mersea Island 12: 96
St Ouen's abbey, Rouen, sacking of 12: 97 andWalthamAbbey  19: 123,125
DANSIE, LEONARD E., 'Richard Hutchinson Chocolate Pot' 1: 165
DANYELL, EDWARD, Rector ofPeldon 7: 63 DARCY, THOMAS, VISCOUNT  COLCHESTER
Essex alarum of 1625 15: 98,99
Witham affray 1628 10: 121
DARCY FAMILY, and manor of Holland 20: 75,81
DARMSDEN  (SUFFOLK)
pottery 16: 97, 107
see also POTTERY (IRON AGE, Darmsden-Linton) DATING
Romano-British site, South Ockendon 2: 86
Nazeingbury Middle Saxon cemetery 10: 53-4 Saffron Walden medieval 'Battle Ditches' 1: 144 see also RADIOCARBON DATING
DAUB
Belgic, Nazeingbury 10: 40, 107 Roman
Coggeshall
East Street 19: 72, 79, 80
St Peter's School19: 56, 57, 64,68
Colchester, Culver Street 3: 98, 100
Nazeingbury 10: 43, 107, 108
medieval or earlier, Waltham Abbey monastic site 19: 140
see also WATTLE AND DAUB
DAVIS, SUSAN, GUILDHALL MUSEUM, LONDON 1: 213
DAVY, NICHOLAS, PRIEST, ST LEONARD'S PARISH,
COLCHESTER 15: 84 DAWES HEATH, THUNDERSLEY
Roman villa site (prob.) 13: 66-8, 67
copper alloy objects 13: 66, 67
Roman pottery 13: 66-8, 67
DAWSON, THOMAS, ofThorpe 2: 131
D'CRUZE, SHANI, 'The Eighteenth-Century Attorney as political broker: The Case of Francis Smythies' 19: 223-30



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