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Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Dea - Epp)


Published here online for the first time, this is the Index of the Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (until 1985, the Essex Archaeological Society).  Contact us for more information.

DEARN, WILLIAM  (COLCHESTER NAILMAKER)  14: 107
DEBDEN 10: 190
DEBDEN GREEN 10: 190
DEBENHAM (SUFFOLK), No. 1 Gracechurch Street 20: 98
DEDHAM
Lamb Corner: enclosure 12: 79, 80
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 41, 43, 48, 58 DEER BONES, Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 62
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 22, 23, 24, 25
DEFENSIVE WORKS see DITCHES; DYKE SYSTEMS; FORTS; HILLFORTS; MOATED  SITES
and under ARCHITECTURE (MILITARY/FORTIFIED)
DENDROCHRONOLOGY
Coggeshall Grange Barn 16: 150, 152
CressingTemple 18: 61
Greensted church 10: 69
Mersea Island, the Strood, causeway 14:80-2, 81, 83, 84,
85
Shelford, Little, Foulness, wooden structure 10: 246; 13: 70 Waltham Abbey monastic grange, dock and wharf timbers
4:81,88
Waltham, Little, Roman bridge piles 2: 47 DENGIE
medieval Hundred of 20: 41, 45, 56
field system 20: 158, 164
DENGIE PENINSULA 11: 6; 17:63
red hills 12: 107-9, 108; 20: 172
storm of 1897 18: 75, 80
see also BACONS (MANOR) DENNYFAMILY      19:198,199
Waltham Abbey mansion site 2: 217-18, 219, 221, 232,
234, 235, 241, 242; 10: 130, 132, 138; 19:
120, 132
Waltham Grange 2: 217-18, 264; 4: 33-4, 35, 77; 5: 129,
130
DENTON HALL, FORMBY (LANCS), fireplace 20: 101 DEPOSITION see RELIGION AND RITUAL  DERAMY'S STONE (?MERSEA BOUNDARY)  14: 87-9,
92
DERLEIA/DERELEIA   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
BROMLEY, LITTLE  (DERLEIGH) DESBOROUGH, MAJ.-GEN. 1: 198, 205, 207 DESERTED/LOST   SETTLEMENTS  see  SETTLEMENT
PATTERNS DESPENSER, THOMAS LORD 2: 270
DESPENSER FAMILY, Hugh le 2: 8-9
DIBNEY FAMILY, and Colchester Reformation period 15: 90,91
DINGLEBY, HENRY, Waltham Abbey Volunteer Infantry 15: 113
DIRLETON CASTLE (E LOTH) 10: 155
DISCS
ceramic, Belgic, Nazeingbury 10: 104, 105
copper alloy
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 56, 58
Wickford Memorial Park 19: 242, 243
iron, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 33, 34 DISEASE
medieval period
Black Death 20: 86


DOCKS


leprosy 20: 84, 85, 86
16th-17th cent. plague in Colchester 4: 134-45 17th cent. smallpox, in Colchester 4: 134, 137 see also PATHOLOGY
DITCHES
prehistoric (general), Upminster, Whitehall Wood 15: 169, 170; 16: 136
Bronze Age
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 123, 124, 125
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 8, 9-11, 9, 14, 15
Kelvedon 11: 104 Iron Age
Ashville (Oxon) 10: 47
Colchester, Chitts Hill 9: 2, 17-19, 18
Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 51-2 Iron Age/Roman
Chadwell St Mary, boundary ditch 1: 129, 132
Orsett Cock 9: 102
Wickham Bishops 8: 162-3
Belgic/Roman, Nazeingbury  10: 33, 34, 35-40, 36, 39, 45,
47
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 63, 124 Chadwell St Mary, Sandy Lane 1: 136
Chignal StJames 10: 241; 11: 41
Colchester
Balkerne Lane 9: 97
North Hill (No. 44) 3: 43-4, 69, 84-S(Pl. Ill)
Dagenham, Rose Gate 20: 162
Harlow, Stafford House 12: 43; 13: 52
Kelvedon, High Street 20: 148-9
Leyton, Church Road 11: 105
Mucking 5:9
Ockendon, South 2: 83, 84, 85-6
Pebmarsh 1: 172, 173, 174
Rawreth 2:340
Shelford, Little, Foulness 10: 245
Wickford 2: 96, 330-2
Saxo-Norman manorial enclosure, Waltham Abbey 5: 150, 151
Saxon
Heybridge, pass. 17: 17
Linford, Mucking 1: 61-2, 63, 64, 66, 67, 70
medieval Braintree
(prob.), Cattle Market (former) 8: 84
Rayne Road 8: 15
Toft's Garage 17: 83
Chipping Ongar town defence 14: 135-6
Easton, Great 2: 97
Rayleigh Castle 18: 39, 41
Saffron Walden 'Battle Ditches' see EARTHWORKS Springfield, White Hart Lane 16: 108-9, 109, 110
not precisely  dated
Braintree, Coggeshall Road 8: 104-8
Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 69, 71, 78-9, 79, 80
St Osyth 8: 149, 150
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 65, 66, 70, 71
see also BOUNDARIES;  ENCLOSURES; RING DITCHES
DITCHINGHAM (NORFOLK), medieval pottery 15: 59
DIVICIACUS (BELGIC RULER) 14: 5
DIXON, CHARLES, coin dealer 20: 134
DOBBYN,JOHN    17:115,116 DOCKS see WATERFRONTS





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DODDINGHURST


DODDINGHURST, Plunkers Green (Plumtuna in Domesday) 16: 43
DOG BONES
Chesterford, Great 10: 244
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 22, 23, 27 DOMESDAY SURVEY
general
11th cent. population changes in Essex 4: 128-33 CountAlan Rufus' Essex fees 1: 179, 180, 181, 184,
185,186,187
DomesdayBook,Essex  (reviewed) 15:181-2
Domesday topography since 1903 16: 40-7 ecclesiastical landowners and parish churches 2: 36,37 Round's studies 12: 11-24, 28-30, 32, 33, 37
water-mills 8: 292
'Anstey case' 15: 71, 76-80
Braintree and area 8: 128, 129, 130, 133
Colchester 12: 15, 17
Danbury 10: 1
Danegeld  12: 11, 14-15
Eadwulfesness, 11th cent. 4: 146, 147
Easter, Good 11: 62
Essex, NW 17: 125-6, 127, 128
Hastings family of Little Easton 2: 2-3, 112-15
Holland 20: 75, 76
lnquisitio Comitatus Cantabrigiensis (l.C.C.) 12: 11-15, 23
lnquisitio Eliensis (I.E.) 1: 190-5; 12: 11-12, 13-14, 18
Ipswich 20: 34, 47
Latchingdon manors 11: 6, 8, 9-10, 31
Mersea Island 14: 91; 15: 173, 174
Nazeing 10: 31, 63
Ockendon, South 18: 99
Peldon church 7: 61
St Clair family 20: 30-1
Sewardstone 10: 174
Tilbury 16: 42; 19: 157
Tolleshunta manors  1: 239,241-6
Waltham Grange 4: 95
Waltham manor 2: 264; 19: 118
Wicken Bonhunt 8: 167 Witham, Blunt's Hall1: 40
DOMINIC, SAINT 6: 40
DOMINICAN ORDER see BOSTON  (LINCS);
CHELMSFORD  DOMINICAN  PRIORY DOMITIAN, EMPEROR, brass fmd 17: 60 DOMMAUNDOMMAWA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)
seeDUNMOW
DONYLAND, EAST, Morant MSS 2: 290
DONYLAND, WEST 20: 43
MorantMSS 2:291
DOOLITTLE, I. G., 'The Plague in Colchester 1579-1666' 4: 134-45
DOOR LATCHES, IRON, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6:
59.6.60
DOREWARD FAMILY OF HOCKING 8: 210,221-2 DOREWARD,JOHN (SON OF SIR JOHN, OF
HOCKING) 8: 222
DOREWARD OF RIVENHALL,JOHN 8: 212 DOREWARD, SIR JOHN, OF HOCKING (SPEAKER,
HOUSE OF COMMONS, d 1420) 8: 209-
23
DOUCECROFT see KELVEDON DOVECOTES
medieval see WALTHAM ABBEY  (MONASTIC
GRANGE EXCAVATIONS)


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


medieval/post-medieval, Chickney, Sibley's farm 4: 51n; 15: 157
post-medieval, Gestingthorpe, Moat Farm 15: 158
18th cent., Margaretting, Canterburys 11: 84
DOVER (KENT), Snargate Street 8: 186, 191
DOVER CASTLE (KENT), medieval pottery 8: 186, 190 DOVER COURT
prehistoric flintwork 16: 83
medieval ceramics 15: 65
1801 agricultural survey 5: 188, 196 DOWNHAM
Mesolithic flint 2: 95
Aldenlond (settlement) 2: 95 Iron Age and Roman site 2: 95
Ramesduna (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46
StMargaret's  Church  15: 149-51 DOWNHAM GRANGE, Iron Age site 9: 43 DOWNHAM HALL, WICK.FORD 2: 96
DOWNING, CALYBUTE, VICAR OF HACKNEY 2: 143 D'OYLEY FAMILY 18: 66
DRAINS
stone and tile, medieval, Waltham Abbey monastic site 10:
134,140
stone-lined, Roman, Colchester, S side ofTemple precinct 3: 120, 120-1(P1s Ilb;IIIb), 122,123-4, 129
tiled, Roman, Colchester 3: 8 timber-lined
Roman, Colchester, S side ofTemple precinct 3: 121, 127
medieval, Chelmsford, Grays Brewery 15: 165 post-medieval
17th cent. brick, Newport, St Leonard's Hospital 20: 86
?Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69
see also CULVERTS; WATER  SUPPLY
DRAPERS seeTEXTILE-WORKING  (Essex occupations) DRAUGHTON  (NORTHANTS), Iron Age site 10: 45 DRESS FITTINGS,  COPPER ALLOY
Roman
Colchester 3: 26,28
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
?post-medieval, Widford 11: 61 DROVEWAYS  seeTRACKWAYS
DRURY FAMILY, and manor of Holland 20: 75,81 DRURY,P.J.
'Braintree: Excavations and Research 1971-76' 8: 1-143
'Chelmsford Dominican Priory: The Excavation of the Reredorter,  1973' 6:40-81
'Excavations at Gun Hill, WestTilbury' 5:48-112 'Excavations at Rawreth, 1968' 9: 20-47
'Observation of Roadworks in Thurrock  1969-70' 5: 113-
22
'The Romano-British Settlement at Chelmsford:
Caesaromagos 4: 3-29
and Petchey, M. R., 'Medieval Potteries at Mile End and Great Horkesley' 7: 33-60
and Rodwell, W. J. and Wickenden, N. P., 'Finds from the Probable Site of a Roman Villa at Dawes Heath, Thundersley'  13: 66-8, 67
DRUSUS JUNIOR  see COINS
DUCKEND FARM, STANSTED, Roman site 19: 270; 20:
165, 166-7, 167
DUDDENHOE END, ELMDON
?late Neolithic flintwork 11: 34, 35
medieval pottery 9: 82, 85, 87; 11: 54, 55, 57
settlement patterns 17: 123, 125, 127, 128





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IndexforVolumes 1-20


DUDLEY, REV. BATE, Bradwell-juxta-Mare 19: 225, 226 DUFFIELD,JOSEPH, Colchester Mayor early 18th cent. 18:
67
DUKE, RICHARD 17:139 DUNMOW
Roman cremation cemetery 17: 63
Dommaua/Dommawa in Domesday 16: 44
Civil War 'Trained Bands' 2: 66
High Street, No. 20, medieval open hall15: 159 DUNMOW, GREAT
prehistoric features
mortuary enclosure (poss.) 15: 153, 154
square-ditched features and ring-ditch 12: 77, 78,82
Romano-British period 8: 124, 160, 241,242, 242-3(P1. 1),
245, 274; 12: 79
book review 20: 179-80
Alfreston medieval manor 8: 210
Dommawa in Domesday 16: 44
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 46, 54, 60
Shingle Hall (alias Olives) 16: 44
Southall medieval manor 8: 210 16th cent. incorporation 8:225 Austin canons of8: 212
bypass 11: 54, 65
Chequer's Lane, Roman/post-medieval pottery 18: 92 Church of England Primary School 8: 160
New Street Fields 8: 160
Parsonage Farm 12: 78,79
'Portways', decorated fireplace 20: 100
St Mary's Church, John Campbell Dick memorial 5: 215
see also STAGG'S FARM
DUNMOW, LITTLE, Priory 6: 72
DUNMOWHUNDRED   1:179, 190;20:41,46 DUNNETT, B. R. K.
Chelmsford excavation 4: 3, 11
'Excavations in Colchester 1964-8' 3: 1-114
'First Century Colchester in the light of recent Research' 2: 137-42
DUNNING, G. C., 'Aardenburg Ware from Manningtree,
and Finds of Aardenburg Ware and Other Pottery Imported from the Low Countries found in England and Wales' 8: 184-99
DUNSTAN, SAINT, and parish church dedications 2: 44 DUNTON (LITTLE BURSTEAD), Whitehall Manor 9: 99;
10:243
DUNTONWAYLETTS, WICKFORD, 18th cent. Manor
Farm house 2: 96
DUNWICH  (SUFFOLK), medieval pottery 8: 193 DURGAN, SHIRLEY, 'Local Government Planning Papers
as sources for the local historian: an Essex survey'19:231-9;20:  175-6
DURHAM, Finchale Priory 2:240,241
DUROLITUM (CHIGWELL?) 13: 58; 14: 144
DYERS see TEXTILE-WORKING (Essex occupations) DYKE SYSTEMS OF DEFENCE
at Camulodunum 14: 137; 15: 51, 52, 134
at Sheepen 8: 123

EADULF'S NAZE (EADWULFESNESS)  2: 299, 309; 4:
146-7
EARCONWALD  see ERKENWALD EARLSCOLNE
11th cent. landholding 4: 130
aerial reconnaissance, poss. henge 18: 111


EASTON, GREAT


Oxford House, High Street, aisled hall16: 153, 153, 154
parish church 6: 90, 92, 94, 96-7(Pl. IV); 16: 54, 55, 57,
58,60
Priory 1: 183; 6: 90-1,92,94-5, 96; 8: 250-1; 16: 53, 54,
55,57,61
EARTHQUAKE (1884), damage to churches 5: 203, 213; 7:
67
EARTHWORKS
Iron Age, (poss.), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall8: 250 Iron Age/Roman, Downham, Wickford 2: 95 prehistoric to Roman (general), Mucking 5: 10-11 Roman
Chelmsford
Godfrey's Yard, prob. temporary camp 19: 263 Romano-British temple site 4: 14-15, 16, 19-20,
28
Saxon, Maldon 10: 21 medieval
earthen banks replaced by stone 1: 155
Bulmer moated mound 16: 116, 118
Elmdonmound 16:116,117
Saffron Walden 'Battle Ditches' 1: 141-59 (inc. illustr.); 9:104
Wicken Bonhunt 8: 167
post-medieval(?) Braintree
Coggeshall Road 8: 104-8, 108-9(P1. 1), 122, 123; 15:
36-53( inc. illustr.); 16: 28
Mount House 15: 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, 52; 16:
28-39(inc. illustr.); 17: 91
not precisely  dated
Berden Hall Priory Farm 13: 38
Blunt's Hall, Witham 1: 36, 37-40, 38-9
Grimsditch Wood 17: 123-4
Purleigh, deserted shrunken settlement at 17: 107-19 (inc. illustr.)
Purleigh Hall14: 125, 126-7, 130
see also DANBURY  CAMP; DITCHES; ENCLOSURES; FIELD   SYSTEMS;  HILLFORTS; PORTINGBURY   HILLS   (RINGS)
EAST INDIA COMPANY 20: 143, 145 EASTER, GOOD see GOOD EASTER EASTER,  HIGH
Acheulean hand-axe find 12: 51,52
Berewic (Barricks), Domesday survey 16: 41
early medieval pottery 13: 39, 40,46
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 191,195
Lawn Hall (?Laghenberia in Domesday) 16:45 map  13:41
medieval manor 19: 192-3
Old Post Office (formerly Cock and Rather Shop) 16: 120,
121
Post Office site: 'Belgic' bowl 8: 242 Stagden Cross Roman site 8: 242
see also GOOD EASTER; MAIDENS TYE
EASTERNTENDRING HUNDRED (1086) 4: 147
EASTHORPE
Badcocks Farm, Little 20: 96, 100-1
Gol Grove, Roman road 13: 51 EASTLANDS see BRADWELL-ON-SEA EASTON,  GREAT
?Roman/post-Roman building 1:265
medieval features 2: 97
medieval timber building excavated ('roasting house') 2: 159-60





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EASTON, UTILE


EASTON, LITTLE 6: 96
and Bourchier family 16: 62
Church6: 72
Estanes (poss. Domesday placename) 16:44 Hastings family of2: 1-13,101-22
medieval manor 8: 211 EASTWOOD
Marshall's Farm Roman period
corn-drying kiln 10: 243; 11: 103; 13: 51; 14: 138
grain and organic remains 12: 42
poss. drain and Roman artefacts 15: 166 Nestuda (Domesday placename) 16: 42
Western Approaches, late Bronze Age/early Iron Age enclosure 13: 51, 57-8
not precisely dated, aisled building 12: 42
ECCLES (KENT), Roman pottery 8: 23, 24 EDDY,M.R.
Essex County Council Archaeology Section 1979 (ed.) 12: 51-85
Essex County Council Archaeology  Section 1980 (ed.)  13: 32-47
'Excavations on the Braintree Earthworks, 1976 and 1979'
15:36-53
'Excavations in Essex, 1978' (ed.) 11: 101-12
'Excavations in Essex, 1979' (ed.) 12: 39-50
'Excavations in Essex, 1980' (ed.) 13: 48-62
'Excavations in the Medieval Town of Rochford 1978 and 1979'16:7-22
and Ryan, P. M., 'John Ennows: A Previously Unknown Clay-Pipe Maker of All Saints, Colchester' 15: 106-12
et al., 'Ashmans, Woodham Waiter: a post-medieval  house and its setting' 20: 12G-32
EDGEHILL, BATTLE OF 2: 68
EDITH (EDEVA), QUEEN 1: 106;2: 113,119
EDITH OF PURLEY 2: 108-12, 119-20
EDMONDES, SIR THOMAS, Stapleford Abbots estate 10: 120,122,123
EDMUND,KING  (d 946) 19:118,197 EDMUND, SAINT
killing of 10: 53
parish church dedications 2: 35,38
EDWARD I, KING 6: 40; 8: 69, 188
EDWARD II,KING 19: 144
tomb in Gloucester Cathedral16: 57, 58,59
EDWARD m,KING 6: 54
and St Mary's Church, Newport 20: 85
tomb in Westminster Abbey 16: 61
EDWARD IV, KING, coins 9: 148, 149; 11: 59
EDWARDTHE JBTHELING (SON OF KING
JBTHELRED)  12: 97
EDWARD THE CONFESSOR, KING AND SAINT 6: 82
Mersea Charter 2: 289-90; 12: 94-102; 14: 87-93, 90; 15:
173,174
parish church dedications 2: 38, 40
EDWARDTHE ELDER 10: 14; 15: 174
burh at Maldon 17: 61, 62; 20: 108
burh at Wigingamere (?Newport) 20: 84
EDWARDVI, KING 1: 111; 9: 129, 139; 17: 96; 19: 154
Reformation in Colchester 15: 88-9, 90, 92 EINESWRDA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  see
ARKESDEN  (CHARDWEI.L/AINSWORTH)
ELBE, RIVER (GERMANY), Saxon settlement 1: 90, 95,
99,100


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ELIZABETH I, QUEEN
coins 10: 156
leet jurisdiction in Essex manor courts 13: 3-14 and Pyrgo 18: 48
ELIZABETH, SAINT, church dedications to 2: 40 ELLWOOD FAMILY, CROWELL (OXON) 1: 238
ELM CHARCOAL 1: 101; 14: 16
ELM PARK/ELM PARK HOUSE, ARDLEIGH, Iron Age
pottery/briquetage  15: 4; 17: 166-70,167-9 ELMDON
11th cent. landholding 4: 131
medieval artefacts 9: 82, 85, 87; 12: 83
medieval earthwork castle 16: 116, 117
settlement patterns  17:123,125,126,127,128,129-31
see also DUDDENHOE END ELMER,JOHN, ofElmer's Farm 2: 127
ELMHAM, NORTH (NORFOLK), Saxo-Norman
structures 5: 150; 10: 73
ELMSTEAD, church dedicated to St Mary and St Lawrence 2:44
ELMSTEAD HALL (COLCHESTER BY-PASS), late Iron
Age cremation cemetery 13: 50
ELMSTEAD MARKET
Church of StAnne and St Laurence 14: 138; 15: 166, 171;
16: 127
poss. chantry chapel15: 166
ELPHELMUS DE GORE, and All Saints', Cressing 6: 84 ELSENHAM, St Mary's Church, brick built vaulted
structure 15: 151-2
ELTHAM,JOHN OF (d 1334), tomb 16: 58, 59 ELY(CAMBS)
Abbey
and Essex churches and religious houses 2: 37 and medieval markets 13: 15
Cathedral dedicated to the Holy Trinity 2:44
Prior Craudens Chapel, medieval mosaic pavement 6: 72 St Etheldreda, Abbey of, and and lnquisitio Eliensis 1: 19G-
5;12: 11-12,13-14
EMERY, RICHARD, ofThaxted 8: 227
EMMISON, F. G.
essays presented to in An Essex tribute (book review) 19:
278-9
and Newton K. C., 'Colchester Gaol Delivery, 1392 and 1457' 2: 280-8
'Seal found at Radwinter' 5: 239 ENCLOSURES
prehistoric
Dunmow, Great (poss.) 15: 153, 154
Stour valley 14: 114
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill (poss.) 5: 49, 50,50
Toppesfield (poss.) 19: 255,256
Neolithic, Totham, Great, Slough House Farm 20: 157, 163
Neolithic causewayed, Orsett 9: 74; 11: 34, 37; 14: 120,
121;15:151
late Bronze Age
Boreham (poss.) Qarge pennanular) 17: 153
Springfield Lyons 14: 142, 143; 15: 168; 16: 97, 107,
134;17: 163,164;18: 108
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 16: 128 late Bronze Age/early Iron Age
Eastwood,WesternApproaches 13:51,57-8
North Ring (Mucking/Linford)  10: 21; 11: 107
early Iron Age, Hadleigh, Chapel Lane 18: 88, 90, 91
Iron Age
Ambresbury Banks 10: 189-205(inc. illustr)




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ENCLOSURES, Iron Age (cont.)
Ardleigh 14: 6, 9-10
Vince's Farm 1: 261-2,262
Broomfield Plantation Quarry (poss.) 17: 69
Chelmsford temple site 4: 15, 16, 21, 24, 26-7,28, 28-
9(Pl. II)
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 18, 21,22
Mucking 5:9
Middle-to-later pre-Roman Iron Age 9: 44-5
Chignal StJames 14: 135, 143
Colchester, Gosbecks 20: 155
Orton Longueville (Cambs) 9: 45
Stebbing, Yew Tree Farm 20: 153, 154-5
Stifford Clays 13: 54
Tallington (Lines) 9: 44
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 48, 49, 50, 56-8, 59, 60, 61,
98,99;10:46
late Iron Age
Aveley, Belhus Park 12: 48
Colchester, Chitts Hill (poss.) 9: 17-19, 18
Horkesley, Great, Pitchbury 15: 51
Netteswellbury 18: 108
Orsett Cock 10: 246
Totham, Great, Slough House Farm 20: 158, 163 Iron Age/Roman
Braintree, College House 18: 106
Langford 12: 80, 81
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 10: 246; 13: 53, 58
Stansted Airport Catering Site 19: 269
Stanway, Bellhouse Quarry (prob.) 19: 261,270
Stifford, North 13: 54
Tolleshunt d'Arcy, Hill Farm 11: 36, 37, 39; 16: 135
Upminster, Manor Farm 16: 136
Wittenham, Long (Berks) 9: 45
Woodham Waiter 9: 106; 20: 172, 174
Excavations ofCropmark Enclosure (book review) 19: 279
Belgic/Roman
farm/homestead enclosures 10: 46
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 18: 107; 19: 21, 24, 27
Mucking 5: 9, 10; 10: 46
Nazeingbury  10: 33, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43,45-6,47
Roman
Alresford 16: llQ-13, 111
Braintree 8: 121
Bromley, Great, Boudge Hall Wood 13: 50 Broomfield Plantation Quarry, rectangular 17: 69
Chignal StJames 9: 77-9, 78,83-4; 10: 241; 11: 101; 12:
40
Coggeshall19: 47, 48, 82,84-5,86,88
old St Peter's School site 19: 272-5, 274
Duckend Farm, Stansted 19: 270
Heybridge (poss.) 17: 13
Mucking 5: 9-10
Orsett Cock, double-ditched defensive 2: 338-9; 6: 13-
38,15-16,18-19, 20-1(Pls I-ll), 39n; 18: 16,
21
Rawreth 9: 25,26-9, 27-8,44-5
Rayne 20: 5-6, 26
Springfield Cursus 13: 54; 15: 135, 136, 138, 140 Tilbury, West, Gun Hill, sub-rectangular defensive
enclosure 5: 48, 49, 50, 52, 59-62, 64, 67, 99,
100, 110
Waltham Abbey (Eldeworth: 'the old enclosure') 19: 135,
197, 198,202-3, 209; 20: 168


EPPING FOREST


Saxon, Horndon-on-the-Hill  (poss.) 12: 71, 73
Saxo-Norman
Shoebury, North 14: 141
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 128, 142 medieval
Chigborough Farm 20: 162
Paglesham, moated 2: 338
not precisely dated
general, Assessment of Excavated Enclosures (book review) 19:279-80
Bentley, Great 18: 101
Bromley, Great 18: 100, 101
Chignal StJames, St Mary's Cottage (moated) 11: 64-5
Chrishall19: 255
Clacton, Rush Green, sub-rectangular 8: 147, 148, 149
Colchester, Chitts Hill, sub-rectangular 9: 1, 17
Dedham, Lamb Corner 12: 79,80
Elmdon, Brooksies Field 11: 57
Fingringhoe, Frog Hall Farm 18: 12
Horndon, circular enclosure 20: 154, 155-6
Kelvedon, Ewell Hall 20: 153, 154
Leighs, Great 18: 101, 102
Middleton 19: 255, 256
Radwinter, moated enclosure 5: 239
Romford, Warren Farm 20: 164
Stock 12: 57, 58,59
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 70
Wivenhoe, Keelar's Farm 12: 58, 59; 15: 128 Woodham Ferrers, South, Edwins Hall12: 76 mortuary see BARROWS (Neolithic long barrows)
see also BARROWS (Neolithic long barrows); DANBURY CAMP; MANORIAL  ENCLOSURES; STOCK  ENCLOSURES
ENCLOSURES OF COMMON LAND
16th-18th cent., Purleigh 17: 107, 116, 118
18th-19th cent. 5: 189
NW Essex 17: 128
ENCLOSURES OF OPEN FIELDS 17: 120,128,129
19th cent. parliamentary 17: 121
ENCLOSURES OFWOODLAND,Purleigh 17:112
ENNEW, SAMUEL, Colchester attorney 19: 224, 225 ENNOWS  (ENNOUS/ENOWES/INHOUSE),JOHN    (d
1684), clay-pipe maker, Colchester, All Saints
15: 106-12              .
ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY see LANDSCAPE HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY; PLANT REMAINS; POLLEN ANALYSIS; WOODLAND  AND FOREST
EPPING
Domesday Survey 1: 179
Eppinga (Domesday placename)  16: 41-2 Walham, manor of (Domesday placename) 16: 43
13th cent. market licensed 13: 16, 17, 18
Hayleys (medieval manor) 16: 42
Heath 13: 18
Marles (medieval manor) 16: 42
Mascle (Madle) medieval fee 1: 187
medieval clergy 1: 250
see also COPPED HALL; HILL HALL EPPINGFOREST     10:174
Hill Wood, High Beech (Beach) prehistoric flintwork 2: 224, 228
Mesolithic industry 10: 206-19(inc. illustr.), 249
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