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Archaeologia Cantiana for 1964

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Title Author Published Volume Page number
Frontispiece 1964 Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 i
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 v-xi
Officers 1st January 1965 Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 xii-xvii
Annual Report Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 xlii-lxii
Rules Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 lxiii-lxiii
The Chetney Hill Lazaret P. Froggatt, D.P.H 1964 79 1-15.
The Purchase of Wickham Court by the Lennards Mother Mary Gregory 1964 79 16-30
Two Kentish Hospitals Re-examined: S. Mary, Ospringe, and SS. Stephen and Thomas, New Romney S. E. Rigold 1964 79 31-69
Men of Kent. I. Boys of Bonnington Colin Matson 1964 79 70-76
Darenth Wood; Its Earthworks and Antiquities John E. L. Caiger 1964 79 77
Fruit Growing in Kent in the Nineteenth Century David Harvey 1964 79 95-108
Notes on the Medieval Chantry College at Cobham P. J. Tester 1964 79 109-135
Excavations at Eccles 1963 Alec Detsicas 1964 79 121-135
The Vanishing Houses of Kent: 4. Bridge Farm, Bridge E. W. Parkin 1964 79 136-142
The Church of S. Mary and S. Eadburg, Lyminge Edward Gilbert 1964 79 143-148
A Hall-House at Upper Bush E. B. Swain 1964 79 149-157
Notes on Kentish Royal Arms V. J. B. Torr 1964 79 158-169
Springhead: The Temple Ditch Site W. S. Penn 1964 79 170-196
Kent Archives Office Accessions 1963 - 64 Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 190-196
Shorter Notes Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 197-206
Researches and Discoveries in Kent Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 207-226
Reviews Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 227-230
Obituaries Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 231
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1964 79 n.p.