Source/Archive record SCC112 - Colchester Archaeological Group Bulletin 1, part 3

Title Colchester Archaeological Group Bulletin 1, part 3
Date/Year 1958
Colchester Archaeological Group 1


Colchester Archaeological Group Bulletin 1, part 3, 1958 Excavations at Bulmer, Suffolk, Brian Blake, 16-17 (22-23) A Domestic Excavation, H J & B J N Edwards, 18-19 (25-27) Learning to Dig, H W Palmer, 20 (29) Roman Road at Stanway, Colchester, 20-21 (30) Clay Pipes Found at Colchester, Leonard H Gant, 21-23 (31-33)


Produced by the Colchester Archaeological Group. Issued in co-operation with the Colchester Branch Worker's Educational Association


Colchester Borough Council, Museums Service CBC

Referenced Monuments (8)

  • Medieval well, 70 High Street, Colchester (Element)
  • Road between fortress/town and main Colchester to London Road (Monument)
  • Roman coins, 8 Crowhurst Road, Colchester (Find Spot)
  • Roman ditch, 8 Crowhurst Road, Colchester (Element)
  • Roman tessellated pavement, 8 Crowhurst Road, Colchester (Element)
  • Roman wall, opposite 36 North Hill, Colchester (Element)
  • Town Wall, Colchester (Monument)
  • Town Wall, Colchester (Monument)

Referenced Events (9)

  • Excavation at 8 Crowhurst Road, Colchester, 1958 (Ref: ECC676)
  • Excavation at St. Helen's Lane building site, Colchester, 1955 (Ref: ECC935)
  • Finds at 156 High Street, Colchester, 1960 (Ref: ECC415)
  • Kiln site at Technical College, Sheepen Lane, Colchester, 1957 (Ref: ECC412)
  • Medieval well, 70 High Street, Colchester, 1959 (Ref: ECC413)
  • Observations of Barnhall-Monkwick rampart, Colchester, 1961 (Ref: ECC419)
  • Remains in Telephone Trench, North Hill, Colchester, 1966 (Ref: ECC417)
  • Stone altar from St Runwalds Church, High Street, Colchester, 1960 (Ref: ECC414)
  • Town wall at 19 Vineyard Street, Colchester, 1957 (Ref: ECC411)

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Oct 12 2016 11:33AM

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