Sealey, P. R. (1995). New light on the salt industry and Red Hills of prehistoric and Roman Essex. Essex Archaeol Hist 26. Vol 26, pp. 65-81.

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New light on the salt industry and Red Hills of prehistoric and Roman Essex
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Essex Archaeol Hist 26
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Essex Archaeology & History
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26
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65 - 81
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Discoveries at three sites connected with salt production (cf 91/509): an inland find of briquetage (salt production vessels) and LIA pottery, triangular loomweights from a Red Hill (salt-making site) and finds of various dates from another Red Hill, including evidence for Late Roman activity after the end of salt production (see also 96/228). `Roman Pottery' (74) is by C J Going and `Roman Coins' (75) by Martin J Winter.
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Paul R Sealey
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Colin R W Wallace (Abstract author)
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1995
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Vessels (Auto Detected Subject)
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Prehistoric (Auto Detected Temporal)
Salt Industry (Auto Detected Subject)
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject)
Salt (Auto Detected Subject)
Briquetage Salt (Auto Detected Subject)
Roman (MIDAS)
Pottery Triangular Loomweights (Auto Detected Subject)
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20 Jan 2002