We thought that a good place to start our new blog was at the ‘beginning’ of our collection. The oldest document in the ERO is over 1,000 years old. It is an Anglo-Saxon charter (catalogue reference D/DP T209) which dates … Continue reading →
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Fascinating talk this morning on the archaeology of Essex's coastline & one of this year's best turnouts, thanks to everyone who came along!
A group of our staff is off to visit @LdnMetArchives tomorrow, hope they behave themselves!
Tomorrow's talk on Mud and Monuments: The Archaeology of the Essex Coast looks like it's going to be fascinating http://t.co/UhLjBaW4ml
Where is Essex? Talk tomorrow evening by Ken Worpole at Eastbury Manor House - sounds interesting! http://t.co/PZe89ZVnzR @lbbdcouncil
We took a look at #Brentwood's past for the latest #YourEssex magazine from @Essex_CC http://t.co/eC0Na868J7 @InsideBrentwood @Brentwood_BC