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Chelmsford Archaeological Trust Report 3.1
ISBN 0 906780 52 7
This report is the second in a series describing excavations undertaken by Chelmsford Excavation Committee between its inception in 1968 and 1976, when responsibility for rescue excavation in the area was assumed by Essex County Council. The first of this series was published as CBA Research Report no. 26 in 1978.
This volume concentrates on Roman sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus, in particular the mansio sites, (especially Z, AD, AK, AR), the Orchard Street Hall (site T), 59-63 Moulsham Street (site S), and 179-80 Moulsham Street (site AA).
|The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus (CBA Research Report 66)||16 Mb|
|The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus (microfiche)||17 Mb|
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