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Excavation by Mark Davies at the Holy Trinity Church. Unpublished.<1> There is, however, a note in Rodwell referring to a trench excavated by Mark Davies when the building was converted to a museum. The single trench was excavated in the nave floor near to the south-east corner. It showed that the former E. wall of the Saxon church was a little W. of the present line of the nave E. wall. The church had not been built directly on the Roman Road which was overlaid by a thick layer of black earth containing sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon pottery. No positive dating for the church was found.<2>
LIST: Unknown. 1985. List of Essex Excavations without final excavation reports (1984): Updated 29/06/1985. p16.
Monograph: Rodwell, Warwick J with Rodwell, KA. 1977. Historic Churches: a wasting asset. p32.
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