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Kent
Archaeological
Society

Founded in 1857, the Kent Archaeological Society has following objectives:

To promote the study and publication of archaeology and history in all their branches, especially within the ancient County of Kent.

The Society’s interests are not confined to fieldwork. Its objectives cover archaeology and local history in the widest sense. They include historic buildings, genealogy, industrial archaeology and local history.

 

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Kent Archaeology Society
New Website Feature - Kent Archaeological Reports

Great news - we have added a new feature to our Kent Archaeological Reports.  You can now use an interactive map to find reports in an area and even sort by Phase.  You are still able to look at the full reports in a list format as well, however the sorting facility allows you more freedom to find the reports you are interested in for example, Anglo-Saxon etc.

You can find this new feature via the publications drop-down or click on the link below to go there now:-

Kent County Council
Kent Archives and Local History - Lunchtime Talks Series

Kent Archives and Local History

Lunchtime Talks Series, Summer/Autumn 2019

All talks are timed between 1.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. in the Archives Search Room of the Kent History and Library Centre, James Whatman Way, MAIDSTONE ME14 1LQ.

The talks are FREE. Call us on 03000 42 06 73 or email archives@kent.gov.uk for more information or to register your interest.

Kent Archaeology Society
Kent and Literature: The Stories of our Story

At our recent AGM in Canterbury, Kerry Brown gave a talk on Kent and Literature, which you can read more about on his website:

https://bkerrychina.com/2019/05/18/kent-and-literature-the-stories-of-our-story/

Parish Registers From Kent

Findmypast.org.uk are pleased to announce the online publication of thousands of original Anglican parish registers in partnership with Kent County Council.

Kent Archaeology Society
Searching for Ebony Book

‘Searching for Ebony’ tells the story of life in a remote corner of Kent from Saxon times to the present day – and features more than one hundred photographs, most of which have not been published before.


Price: £13.50 inc. p&p to any UK address. To order, please send a cheque for £13.50 payable to Kent Archaeological Society to:
Kent Archaeological Society c/o 2 Salts Avenue, Loose, Maidstone,
ME15 0AY