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Sunday, 22 May 2016

Transactions. Series 4. Volume 5

Just published. Available £15 inc. P&P to UK address.

Essex Society for Archaeology and History
Transactions. Fourth Series. Volume 5 (2014)
(220 pages)

An Early Bronze Age Beaker domestic site: Excavations at 105-109 New Road, Rainham, London Borough of Havering:  R Bull … 1
A Prehistoric landscape at Langford Hall, near Heybridge: Excavations 1995-96:  M Roy & E M Heppell … 19
Excavations at Earls Hall Farm, St Osyth:  Nuala C Woodley … 37
Continuity and change in the mid Chelmer Valley – archaeological excavations at Old Hall and Generals Farm, Boreham, 2007:  M Germany … 45
A Late Iron Age red hill and saltern at Bradwell on Sea:  T Ennis … 103
Late Iron Age, Roman and medieval occupation at Letch’s Yard, 109 High Street, Braintree:  T Ennis … 103
The gardens at Moulsham Hall: Excavations at Princes Road, Chelmsford, 1996-97:  E M Heppell … 118
The stationary steam engine in Essex before 1840: A Phillips … 133
Historic Buildings in Essex (Essex Historic Buildings Group):  Essex Tree-Ring Dates; Aveley St Michael; Sheering Church Nave Roof; Baythorne Hall, Birdbrook. A Raised Aisle Hall Manor House built in 1341; The Stockwell Restaurant, the former Stockwell Arms Public House, Colchester; Bullocks Cross, Coggeshall; Parsonage Farm, School Lane, Broomfield, Chelmsford; The Listed Barns at Coleman’s Farm, Theydon Mount:  David Andrews … 142
Heybridge Hall and the Freshwater family:  K Bruce … 182
Ancient and modern, developing landscape of South Essex: A review of four recent monographs: (i) Landscape and Prehistory of the East London Wetlands: investigation along the A13 DBFO road scheme, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Barking & Dagenham, 2000-2003 by Elizabeth Stafford with Damian Goodburn and Martin Bates, 2012; (ii)By River, Fields and Factories: The Making of the Lower Lea Valley: archaeological and cultural heritage investigations on the site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games by Andrew B Powell, 2012; (iii) London Gateway, Iron Age and Roman Salt Making in the Thames Estuary: Excavation at Stanford Wharf Nature Reserve, Essex by Edward Biddulph, Stuart Foreman, Elizabeth Stafford, Dan Shanbie & Rebecca Nicholson, 2012; (iv)  Thames Holocene: A geoarchaeological approach to the investigation of the river floodplain for High Speed 1, 1994-2003 by Martin Bates and Elizabeth Stafford, 2013:  Nigel Brown … 190
Shorter Notes
A possible Roman tile kiln at Prentice Place, Carters Mead, Harlow:  S Mounce & P Bradley … 200
The misplaced masterpiece – a reassessment of the Berryfield  mosaic [Colchester}:  P J Wise … 202
‘New’ Anglo-Saxon charters of Barking Abbey:  J Kemble … 204
Collegium Chronologicum:  H Eiden … 210
Book Reviews
The Red Hills of Essex: Studying Salt in England: Anwen Cooper … 212
Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady of Clare (1295 – 1360). Household and other records:  Katherine Schofield … 214
Beeleigh Abbey: A Guide and History :  Christopher Starr … 214
The Borough of Maldon 1688-1800. A Golden Age:  Christopher Starr … 215
Bricks, Buildings and Transport. A History of Mark Gentry, the Hedingham Red Brick Industry, Buildings, Road, and Rail Transport:  David Andrews … 215
A Caring County? Social Welfare in Hertfordshire from 1600:  Herbert Eiden … 216
Essex Bibliography: Andrew Phillips & Paul Sealey … 217

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