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Excavations at King John"s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57. by Philip Arthur Rahtz

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Published by Society for Medieval Archaeology in London .
Written in English


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SeriesMonograph series -- 3.
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Open LibraryOL20142109M

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Rahtz, Philip A. , Excavations at King John's hunting lodge, Writtle, Essex, / by P.A. Rahtz Society for Medieval Archaeology London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. most notable investigation was the large-scale research excavation on the platform of King John’s Hunting Lodge, m west of the PDA (Rahtz ). The Royal Hunting Lodge is perhaps the most important site in Writtle, both historically and archaeologically. Excavated between . , Writtle, Essex: King John's Palace; excavation archive (The National Archive) Most of the sites or buildings recorded in this web site are NOT open to the public and permission to visit a site must always be sought from the landowner or tenant. Excavations at King John's Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, by P. A. Rahtz Excavations at King John's Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, by P. A. Rahtz (pp. ) The Household Book of Queen Isabella of England.

King John's Palace: The 'Palace' was one of a number of royal houses built during the 12th Century, used mainly as hunting lodges for the monarch of the day. The Writtle lodge, built during the reign of King John in 1 served subsequent kings and their entourage. At its height in the 14th Century, the Writtle lodge boasted a range of. 3 P A Rahtz () Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, −57 2 F W B Charles () Medieval Cruck-building and its Derivatives 1 G Bersu and D M Wilson () Three Viking Graves in the Isle of Man. Lodge, Writtle, Essex, The Society for Excavations at King John's Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, Article. This paperback edition updates and enhances the earlier book. Summary of finds reported to Chelmsford and Essex Museum N P Wickenden; King John’s hunting-lodge, Writtle: excavations J Ecclestone & K Reidy; Stondon Massey: St Peter and St Paul: D D Andrews; A Tudor outbuilding at Copped Hall, Epping: D D Andrews; The excavation of a lift shaft at Colchester Castle: J Partridge.

Title Sources; Excavations at King John's hunting lodge, Writtle, Essex, , 'Hunting lodge' is a term frequently used for early medieval royal residences, and King John's was one of many such lodges built in the late 12th and 13th centuries. More commonly referred to as 'King John's Palace', the lodge continued in use as a royal residence until , when it was sold to Isabel de Bruce. Excavations at King John's hunting lodge, Writtle, Essex, Author Excavations at King John's Hunting Lodge Writtle, Essex, by Philip A. Rahtz: 3: Two Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries at Winnall, Winchester, Hampshire by Audrey L. Meaney: 4: The Moated Sites of Yorkshire by Hilda Elizabeth Jean Le Patourel: 5: The Medieval Clay-land Village: Excavations at Goltho and Barton Blount by Guy Beresford: 6.