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Archaeologia Cantiana Volume 129

Archaeologia Cantiana is published annually and is free to members.


Archaeologia Cantiana has been published since 1858.

The Society welcomes contributions and notes for the guidance of contributors to Archaeologia Cantiana.

Hon. Editor: Terry G. Lawson

Kent Archaeological Society, c/o Maidstone Museum, St Faith’s Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LH

editor@kentarchaeology.org.uk


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Title Author Published Volume
Frontispiece 2009 Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Early Roman Features Possibly Defensive and The Modern Development of the Parkland Landscape at Ingress Abbey Greenhithe Les Capon 2009 129
Grassroots Politics in West Kent since the late Eighteenth Century David Killingray 2009 129
Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches from East Kent and the Isle of Wright Typological and Genealogical Perspectives Seiichi Suzuki 2009 129
Was Sir Thomas Wyatt able to draw on a Culture of Rebellion in Kent in 1554? Martyn Ellis 2009 129
Preliminary Report on Excavations at Hull Place Roman Villa Sholden 2005-7 Keith Parfitt 2009 129
Reconstructing Literary Life in the Provinces with special reference to the Elizabethan Gentry of Kent Claire Bartram 2009 129
An Archaeological Investigation at Kingsborough Farm Kingsborough Manor Eastchurch Isle of Sheppey Simon Stevens 2009 129
Old Soar Manor Near Plaxtol House Land and Occupants over Seven Centuries Jayne Semple 2009 129
Prehistoric Settlement Patterns on the North Kent Coast Between Seasalter and the Wantsum Tim Allen 2009 129
Striving to Succeed in late Medieval Canterbury: the life of Thomas Fokys, publican, mayor and alderman c. 1460-1535 Paul A. Fox 2009 129
Two New' Town Gates Roman Buildings and an Anglo-Saxon Sanctuary at St Mildred's Tannery Canterbury Simon Pratt 2009 129
The Demise of the Kent Broadcloth Industry in the Seventeenth Century: England's first De-Industrialization. Lorraine Flisher and Michael Zell 2009 129
The Evidence and Settlement at Plaxtol in the Late Iron Age and Romano-British Period Malcolm Davies 2009 129
Kentish Place Names - were they ever Celtic? Michael Goormachtigh and Anthony Durham 2009 129
An Initial Investigation of an Early Routeway and Boundary, possibly Prehistoric, in Bedgebury Forest. Nicola R. Bannister and Debbie Bartlett 2009 129
Further Investigation of Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Eastry. Keith Parfitt and Sheila Sweetinburgh 2009 129
The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet Keith Parfitt 2009 129
Reviews Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Archaeological Notes and Summaries Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Historical Research Notes Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2008 Saunders Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Obituaries Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Brief Notes on Contributors Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
Annual Report of the Council for 2008 Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 2009 129