Carew, T., Clarke, C. and Eddisford, D. (2011). Medieval occupation in Maldon, Essex. Transactions: Essex Society for Archaeology & History. Vol 2, pp. 107-116.

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Medieval occupation in Maldon, Essex
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excavations at 127-129 High Street, 2007
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Transactions: Essex Society for Archaeology & History
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Essex Archaeology & History
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2
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107 - 116
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An area at the rear of 127-129 High Street, Maldon, NGR TL 8536 0698, was excavated in April 2007 prior to redevelopment. Two occupation horizons with associated features were identified, the earlier from the 13th to mid 14th centuries, the High Middle Ages, and the later one from the late 18th to 19th centuries. These were separated by a thick soil layer, when the site returned to cultivation.\r\nMost evidence for activity relates to the first phase, primarily consisting of groups of intercutting pits. The pits were clustered into well-defined groups in a grid pattern, indicating the presence of possible boundary divisions. The site illustrates the effects of the decline in population and the economy from the mid 14th century onwards more sharply than others in Maldon. This may be due to its relatively marginal position, half way between the market place and the port.
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Tim Carew
Chris Clarke
Daniel Eddisford
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2011
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Late 18th To 19th Centuries (Auto Detected Temporal)
Port (Auto Detected Subject)
Boundary (Auto Detected Subject)
Mid 14th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Pits (Auto Detected Subject)
13th To Mid 14th Centuries (Auto Detected Temporal)
Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
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30 Jan 2014