'Hertfordshire Archaeology and History' - Volume 17

Photo:Front cover of vol. 17 showing a Neolithic polished greenstone axe from Welwyn Garden City

Front cover of vol. 17 showing a Neolithic polished greenstone axe from Welwyn Garden City

New volume of our journal published in November 2016

By Christine McDermott

Volume 17 of our journal, Hertfordshire Archaeology and History, was published on 9 November 2016.

Pricing is as follows:

  • SAHAAS members (one copy per member): £5
  • Non-members: £20
  • Post & packing if required will be £3.20 within the UK

If you would like to buy a copy or have any further questions please email hertsarch@stalbanshistory.org

This new volume contains the following articles:

  1. Two Prehistoric Axes from Welwyn Garden City - Keith J Fitzpatrick Matthews
  2. A Late Bronze Age & Medieval site at Stocks Golf Course, Aldbury - Jonathan Hunn
  3. A Middle Iron Age Roundhouse and later Remains at Manor Estate, Apsley - Alexandra Grassam
  4. A Middle Iron Age Settlement at Balls Park, Hertford - Pip Stone
  5. Excavation at Thorley Park, Bishop’s Stortford, 1983-4 - W J Wright
  6. Sarratt and the Celts - Andrew Breeze
  7. A Coin from Colney Heath and Links to the Byzantine Empire - Simon West
  8. An Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavation at the Former Council Depot, Mill Road, Hertford - Peter Boyer
  9. Excavation of a Medieval Pottery Kiln to the rear of 93-98 Bancroft, Hitchin - Helen Ashworth
  10. Gardy-loo! A History of Sanitation in St Albans - Alison Turner-Rugg
  11. Balls Park, a Seventeenth Century Mansion Revisited - Lee Prosser & Tansy Collins
  12. Building recording of the Old Rectory, King Edward’s Place, Wheathampstead - Tansy Collins, Lee Prosser & Kate Higgs
  13. Building recording of a barn at Rotten Row, Furneux Pelham - Lee Prosser, Lisa Smith & Kathren Henry
  14. Building recording of the Swan Public House, Watling Street, Park Street, St Albans - Amy Williamson & Lee Prosser
  15. Review of Archaeological Projects in Hertfordshire, 2009-12 - Isobel Thompson
  16. Review: ‘A dated type-series of London medieval pottery: part 5. Shelly-sandy ware and the greyware industries’, by Lyn Blackmore and Jacqueline Pearce, 2010 - Alison Turner-Rugg

For more information about our journal including a full listing of all the volumes in the series click here.

Hertfordshire Archaeology and History is published jointly by the Society and the East Herts Archaeological Society.

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