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People in the area during the Bronze and Iron Ages built houses on the lower part of the town, near the River Brain, known as the Brain Valley.
This area was later inhabited by the Saxons, who occupied the town after the Romans left.
The two are sometimes referred to together as Braintree and Bocking, Braintree is bypassed by the modern-day A120 and A131 roads, while trains serve two stations in the town, at the end of the Braintree Branch Line.
Braintree is twinned with Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, France, In many early American Colonial documents, it is referred to as Branktry.
The associated Warner Textile Archive contains the second largest collection of publicly owned textiles in the UK (after the Victoria & Albert Museum).