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Archaeologia Cantiana Volume 132

Archaeologia Cantiana is published annually and is free to members.

Archaeologia Cantiana has been published since 1858.

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Hon. Editor: Terry G. Lawson

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

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Title Author Published Volume
Frontispiece 2012 Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Bronze Boats and Kentish Seaboard in Prehistory The Role of Coastal Kent in a Major Trans-Continental Trade Route Tim Allen 2012 132
Sir William and Lady Ann Brockman of Beachborough Newington by Hythe. A Royalist Family's Experience of the Civil War Giles Drake-Brockman 2012 132
Evidence of Early Bronze Age Field System and Spelt Growing Together with an Anglo-Saxon Sunken Featured Building at Monkton Road Minster-in-Thanet Jon Martin, Jorn Schuster and Alison Barclay 2012 132
Elizabethan and Jacobean Deer Parks in Kent Susan Pittman 2012 132
The Clergy and Allegiance at the Outbreak of the English Civil Wars The Case of John Marston of Canterbury Jacqueline Eales 2012 132
An Archaeological Interpretive Survey of the Old Castle Scotney Part II David Martin and Babara Martin 2012 132
Kent's Twentieth Century Military and Civil Defences - Part III - Canterbury Victor T. C. Smith 2012 132
Two Roman Bronze Vessels from St Nicholas at Wade Isle of Thanet Chris Tucker 2012 132
A Neglected Archbishop of Canterbury Frederick Cornwallis (1768-1783) Grayson M. Ditchfield 2012 132
Additional Evidence of Roman (and later) Occupation Adjacent to the Marlowe Arcade Canterbury Excavations at Rose Lane 2002-4 Jake Weekes 2012 132
The Wotton Survey The Lands of a Kent Gentry Family in the Sixteenth Century Jacqueline Bower 2012 132
Medieval Corn Driers Discovered on Land Probably Once Part of Repton Manor Ashford Atkins Rob Atkins and Michael Webster 2012 132
Archaeological Notes and Summaries Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Historical Research Notes Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Reviews Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2011 Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Obituaries Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Notes on the Contributors Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
Annual Report of the Council For 2011 Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 2012 132