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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
The Lees Court Estate Project 2019 Season

The Lees Court Estate Project 2019 Season

 

You are cordially invited to come and take part in the 2019 Season excavation on the Lees Court Estate.

 

We now have a fixed diary of events for the 2019 season on the Lees Court Estate.

 

Kent Archaeology Society
The Literary History of Kent

Talk at the Kent Archaeological Society Annual General Meeting, University of Kent. May 18th 2019.

By Kerry Brown

Kent Archaeology Society
The Inventory, Accounts and Probates of Henry Saker of Faversham

Kent Archaeology Society
Community Dig at Lullingstone

Volunteers needed for the upcoming community dig at Lullingstone Roman villa. Click here for details:

 

https://festival.archaeologyuk.org/events/community-dig-and-70th-anniversary-celebration-lullingstone-roman-villa-1552914501

 

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:-