Masefield, R. (2006). Archaeology in Essex 2005. Essex Archaeology and History . Vol 37, pp. 154-168.

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Archaeology in Essex 2005
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Essex Archaeology and History
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Essex Archaeology & History
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154 - 168
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The annual report, prepared at the request of the Advisory Committee for Archaeology in Essex, comprising summaries of archaeological fieldwork carried out during the year. Grid references of the sites and locations of the archives are provided with each summary. The sites mentioned are: Beckton Sewage Works; Birch Airfield compost site; Birch, Hanson Aggregates quarry, Roundbush Corner, Maldon Road (northern extension and western extension); Black Notley, Great Notley Business Park; Bocking, Friars Lane malting; Boreham, Bulls Lodge Quarry; Bradwell Quarrey area 2.3; Braintree, 93-105 High Street; Broomfield Hospital East Wing; Chelmsford, Clarendon House, 2-5 Parkway; Chelmsford, Legg Street car park; Chelmsford, 145-145a Moulsham Street; Chelmer Village Way, Chelmer village, Essex; Chipping Ongar, 73-81 High Street; Colchester, Balkerne Gardens, Mercury Flats; Colchester, 83-88 East Hill (Belgrave Palace); Colchester High School, 17 Wellesley Road; Colchester Royal Grammar School, 8 Lexden Road; Colchester, County High School for Girls, Norman Way; Colchester, East Mill, East Street; Colchester New Garrison and Urban Village redevelopment; Colchester, Abbey Field, Attenuation Pond site; Colchester Abbey Field sports pitches, Circular Road North; Colchester, Roman Circus site; Colchester, Garrison Urban Village Area C2, Napier Road; Colchester, New Garrison soil strip/watching brief Phase 1; Colchester, Musket Club, Homefield Road; Colchester, Lexden Grange, 127 Lexden Road; Colchester, St Helena School, Sheepen Road; Colchester, Sixth Form College, North Hill, Colchester, Fingringhoe Ballast Quarry; Cressing, Dovehouse Field, Cressing Temple; Dagenham, Beam Washlands; East Tilbury, Tilbury Fort bastion staircase; East Tilbury and Linford Essex; Finchingfield, Kell Field, Petches Yew Farm; Fyfield, Fyfield Hall Barns; Great Dunmow, Haolmans Yard, New Street; Great Dunmow, New Police Station, Smiths Farm; Hadstock, east of St Botolph's Church; Halstead, Flood Alleviation Scheme; Heybridge, Oak Tree Meadow; Highwood, Fithlers Hall; Layer-de-Haye, land adjacent to water treatment works; Maldon, New Trees, Wellington Road; Mistley, No. 1 Maltings, Mistley Quay; Nevendon, landnorth of A127; Rayleigh, 20 Hockley Road; Rayne, The Commons; Rayne, Haverings Farm, The Street; Rochford, land north of Market Square; Rochford, Southern Airport Transport Interchange; Romford, Weald View, Paternoster Row, Noak Hill; Romford, 80 North Street; Saffron Walden, 63A Castle Street; Saffron Walden, United Reform Church/Salvation Army Hall, Abbey Lane; Shoeburyness Hotel, 1 High Street, Shoeburyness, Essex; Shurgard Site, Oriental Road, Silvertown E16; Stanford Rivers, Murrells Farm Barns, London Road; Stansted Airport, Echo Cul-de-sac; Stansted airport, BSP, land off Coopers End Road, Coopers End Roundabout, Thremhall Avenue; Stansted Airport, South Gare Area 1A; Stanway, All Saints Church, Colchester Zoo; Takeley, Brookside, The Street; Takeley, Priors Green; Takeley, Thremhall Priory; Waltham Abbey, 30 Sun Street; West Mersea, 16 Coast Road; West Mersea, 20 Yorick Road; Witham, 32a Avenue Road; Witham, NEACC complex phase 1, Spinks Lane; Witham, 80-84 Newland Street; Woodham Ferrers, Edwins Hall; Great Hallingbury, Woodside Green Mission Hall.
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Robert Masefield
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Richard Havis
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Carl Crossan (Author contributing)
B Holloway (Author contributing)
Kate Orr (Author contributing)
A R Letch (Author contributing)
Joanne Archer (Author contributing)
T Ennis (Author contributing)
Mark Germany (Author contributing)
B Barker (Author contributing)
M Gorniak (Author contributing)
A J W Robertson (Author contributing)
Howard Brooks (Author contributing)
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K Doyle (Author contributing)
Stephen F Benfield (Author contributing)
P Harris (Author contributing)
Matthew Pocock (Author contributing)
Andrew P Fitzpatrick (Author contributing)
Alexandra Grassam (Author contributing)
I Williamson (Author contributing)
Thomas Woolhouse (Author contributing)
Daniel Eddisford (Author contributing)
Graham Spurr (Author contributing)
Kate Nicholson (Author contributing)
Joanne Williams (Author contributing)
Phil Weston (Author contributing)
Alexander Goldsmith (Author contributing)
Garry Marshall (Author contributing)
Anne Padfield (Author contributing)
Oxford Archaeology (Author contributing)
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Essex County Council (Author contributing)
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd (Author contributing)
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