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Maria Medlycott (2016) Harlow Temple: Bartlett excavation archive [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1040799
The project comprises the digitisation of the paper archive from Richard Bartlett’s major 1980s excavations at Harlow Roman Temple. The archive comprises context sheets, photos, finds-drawings, plans and specialist reports.
The Roman Temple at Harlow is of national significance, and the archaeology from the various phases of excavation on the site has attracted research interest at an international level. However the 1980s excavations by Richard Bartlett have not been published, in part due to his premature death. The results of the excavations place it in context with other major long-term religious complexes, such as those at Great Chesterford, Essex and Marcham, Oxfordshire.
By making the written archive publically available the site's research potential can be more readily accessed, both for research purposes and for the local archaeological community. The project consolidates over 15 years of work by the Harlow Museum volunteers, in conserving the archive.