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Eastern England

Unlocking Essex's Past

Online HER for Essex. Unfortuunately, the interactive mapping proudly declared in the introduction to this website, doesn’t work, and hasn’t done since 2015. The rest of the site seems to function well.

Norfolk Heritage Explorer

This website offers a unique opportunity to access the Norfolk Historic Environment Record database online..

Peterborough Historic Environment Record

Peterborough’s system allows the HER to be searched using keywords, and retrund fairly detailed resultl. Unfortunately, the “GIS” part of the site only offers a map, with no sites mapped and no interactivity.

Suffolk Heritage Explorer

Whilst presented as Suffolk Heritage Explorer, the GIS element actually allows searching of both Suffolk Norfolk. The mapping could be bigger, but a very useful system nonetheles.

At the time of writing, Bedford, Cambridgeshire, Central Bedfordshire and Luton, Colchester, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Peterborough, Southend, Suffolk HERs are all available to consult via Heritage Gateway

Transactions of the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Archaeological Society

Transactions of the Society from 1901 to 1952, when it merged with the Cambridge Antiquarian Society



Cambridge Antiquarian Proceedings

The proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society are available on ADS from 1859 uninterrupted to 2014.