Hertfordshire Archaeology and History
The East Hertfordshire Archaeology Society and our own Society combine to publish a scholarly journal of record for archaeology in the county. Reflecting an increase in history contributions, the journal is now known as Hertfordshire Archaeology and History.
You can find out more about the evolution of the journal and see a list of contents in past copies by following the link below. Copies of past volumes can be found in the Society’s library and in the main public library in St Albans, as well as Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies, at County Hall in Hertford.
The current volume (shown above) contains the following articles:
- Two Prehistoric Axes from Welwyn Garden City – Keith J Fitzpatrick Matthews
- A Late Bronze Age & Medieval site at Stocks Golf Course, Aldbury – Jonathan Hunn
- A Middle Iron Age Roundhouse and later Remains at Manor Estate, Apsley – Alexandra Grassam
- A Middle Iron Age Settlement at Balls Park, Hertford – Pip Stone
- Excavation at Thorley Park, Bishop’s Stortford, 1983-4 – W J Wright
- Sarratt and the Celts – Andrew Breeze
- A Coin from Colney Heath and Links to the Byzantine Empire – Simon West
- An Archaeological Watching Brief and Excavation at the Former Council Depot, Mill Road, Hertford – Peter Boyer
- Excavation of a Medieval Pottery Kiln to the rear of 93-98 Bancroft, Hitchin – Helen Ashworth
- Gardy-loo! A History of Sanitation in St Albans – Alison Turner-Rugg
- Balls Park, a Seventeenth Century Mansion Revisited – Lee Prosser & Tansy Collins
- Building recording of the Old Rectory, King Edward’s Place, Wheathampstead – Tansy Collins, Lee Prosser & Kate Higgs
- Building recording of a barn at Rotten Row, Furneux Pelham – Lee Prosser, Lisa Smith & Kathren Henry
- Building recording of the Swan Public House, Watling Street, Park Street, St Albans – Amy Williamson & Lee Prosser
- Review of Archaeological Projects in Hertfordshire, 2009-12 – Isobel Thompson
- 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
To buy copies of Hertfordshire Archaeology and History or take out a subscription, please email email@example.com Volume 17 is available to members for £5 and to non-members for £20. Postage & packing will be £3.20 within the UK.