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Volume 44, part 3 (2019)

 

Roman Long Melford, excavations at the primary school: burial rites and bronzesmithing
by Rob Brooks with Jude Plouviez

Agriculture and industry: Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon evidence at Carsons Drive, Great Cornard
by Antony R. R. Mustchin and Kerrie Bull

Saxmundham’s early Anglo-Saxon origins: excavations to the east of Warren Hill
by Graeme Clarke

Excavations in the Sacrist’s Yard at the former Shire Hall, Bury St Edmunds
by Andrew A.S. Newton

SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS

Medieval roadside settlement to the south of Bull Lane, Long Melford
by Dan Firth with Rachel Clarke

The rentals of Holy Trinity Priory in Ipswich
by Keith Briggs

A further grave cover from Oulton
by Paul Drury

 

Archaeology in Suffolk 2018

Individual finds and discoveries

Surveys

Archaeological excavations

Church recording

Book Reviews

Business and Activities 2018

 


 

 

Volume 44, part 2 (2018)

 

Beaker pits and Iron Age settlement at Warren Hill, Saxmundham, Suffolk
by Lawrence Billington, Matt Brudenell and Graeme Clarke

The medieval tile-makers of Oulton
by Paul Drury

Leaders and rebels: John Wrawe’s role in the Suffolk rising of 1381
by Joe Chick.

John Coket: medieval merchant of Ampton
by Nicholas R. Amor

The lost manor of Redwell at Great Barton
by Roger Curtis.

Malthus, poverty and population change in Suffolk 1780–1834
by Richard Smith and Max Satchell.

Archaeology in Suffolk 2017

Individual finds and discoveries

Surveys

Archaeological excavations

Building recording

Amendment

Book Reviews

Business and Activities 2017

 


 

Volume 44, part 1 (2017)

Excavations at Reydon Farm: early Neolithic pit digging in east Suffolk
by Phil Harding

The bounds of the Liberty of Ipswich
by Keith Briggs

The importance of ‘material’ in late medieval religious bequests
by Jo Sear

The heraldic glass in Alston Court, Nayland: windows on gentry life in Tudor East Anglia
by Edward Martin

Talking garbage: a brief history of domestic waste disposal in Suffolk
by Tim Holt-Wilson

Archaeology in Suffolk 2016

Individual finds and discoveries

Surveys

Archaeological excavations

Building recording

Church recording

Book Reviews

Business and Activities 2016

 


 

Volume 43, part 4 (2016)

 

Middle Iron Age buildings at Westfield Primary School, Chalkstone Way, Haverhill
by Kieron Heard

The forgotten history of St Botwulf (Botolph)
by Sam Newton

A medieval farmstead at Days Road, Capel St Mary
by Jonathan Tabor

The medieval port of Goseford
by Peter Wain

The Ipswich town governors and the Privy Council in the 1620s
by Deirdre Heavens

Archaeology in Suffolk 2015

Individual finds and discoveries

Surveys

Archaeological excavations

Building recording

Church recording

Book Reviews

Business and Activities