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Archaeologia Cantiana Volume 65

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 1952 Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Officers and Members Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Annual Report Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Upnor Castle, Kent. B. H. St. J. O'Neil, and S. Evans 1952 65
The Saxon History of the Town and Port of Romney Gordon Ward 1952 65
The Lullingstone Roman Villa. Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, E. Greenfield and Edwyn Birchenough 1952 65
Maidstone Geneva. An Old Maidstone Industry John W. Bridge 1952 65
Surface Palaeoliths from Standardhill Farm, near Elham P. J. Tester 1952 65
A Bronze Sword from Folkestone J. D. Cowen, M.C 1952 65
Jenkin's Well, Parker's Corner, Upper (Old) Deal W. P. D. Stebbing 1952 65
The Tomb of Horsa John H. Evans 1952 65
Canterbury Excavations, June-December, 1947, no. 5 Watling Street Frank Jenkins 1952 65
On the Ghosts of Some Brasses Formerly in Canterbury Cathedral F. A. Greenhill(Scot.) 1952 65
Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. Second Series. Part II F. C. Elliston Erwood 1952 65
A Roman Land Settlement near Rochester Michael D. Nightingale(Agric.), B.Litt 1952 65
The Whiteheath Excavations, Hollingbourne L. B. A. Grove 1952 65
The Ancient Glass from Petham Church now in Canterbury Cathedral C. B. Councer 1952 65
A Romano-British Settlement at Springhead W. S. Penn 1952 65
Researches and Discoveries in Kent Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Miscellaneous Notes: Kent's Chantry, Headcorn, 1565 Kentish Fairs and Prehistory A Stone House in Burgate Lane, Canterbury A Further Note on the Bronze Spear-head from Chartham.. Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Reviews Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
Obituary: The Rev. Canon G. M. Livett, B.A., F.S.A. Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1952 65