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Archaeologia Cantiana for 1993

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 1993 Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Frontispiece 1993 Allen Grove Memorial Volume Kent Archaeological Society 1993 111
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1993 111
Officers Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Officers Kent Archaeological Society 1993 111
Member's List 1944 Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Hasted as Historian Joan Thirsk 1993 111
Annual Report Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
The significance of the hoy to Margate's early growth as a seaside resort John Whyman 1993 111
The population of Victorian and Edwardian Kent - Part I W.A. Armstrong 1993 112
Sidney of Penshurst - Robert, 2nd Earl of Leicester Felix Hull 1993 111
William Stukeley, the Kit's Coty Houses and his coves: A note Paul Ashbee 1993 112
The Medway megaliths in perspective Paul Ashbee 1993 111
Finances and government of Canterbury early to mid-nineteenth century F.H. Panton 1993 112
Dartford 1660 to c. 1720 K.M. Roome 1993 111
Cockham Wood Fort Victor T.C. Smith 1993 112
Edward Greensted's journey Jack Cronk 1993 111
Country banks and economic development in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: The case of the Margate bank K.J. Lampard 1993 112
Peirce House, Charing: The house and its owners Patricia Winzar 1993 111
Kentish Rag and other Kent building stones. Bernard C. Worssam and Tim Tatton-Brown 1993 112
Museums in Kent: An historical and contemporary survey Nigel Yates, F.R.Hist.S 1993 111
Rochester Cathedral: The north choir aisle and the space between it and 'Gunduif's' Tower J. Philip McAleer 1993 112
Local history in the service of society Arthur Percival, M.B.E., D.Litt 1993 111
A question of identity? The column figures on the west portal of Rochester Cathedral S. Bliss 1993 112
Otham, people and places Hugh Vaux 1993 111
Thomas Rolff: An examination of the structure of society within the Kentish High Weald based upon the study of a fifteenth-century parish clerk J.H. Moon 1993 112
The families and house of Oxenhoath, West Peckham Margaret Lawrence 1993 111
Seal, Kemsing and Ightham - 1560 to 1650 Jean Fox, C.Eng., F.B.C.S 1993 112
The Chest at Chatham, 1590-1803 Shirley Burgoyne Black 1993 111
An Anglo-Saxon case of hyperostosis frontalis interna Trevor Anderson 1993 112
The diaries of Allen Grove Dr Robert Spain 1993 111
Franciscan lectors at Christ Church Cathedral Priory, Canterbury, 1275-1314 Fr. Michael Robson 1993 112
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1993 111
History of the demesne farm at Appledore from contemporary building records Mary Adams 1993 112
The early Derings Philip H. Blake 1993 112
St. Mary's, Dover, monumental inscriptions Kathleen Hollingsbee and Martyn C. Webster 1993 112
The first hundred years of Quakerism in Kent Gillian Draper, Dip.Loc.Hist 1993 112
The 1566 survey of the Kent coast J.M. Gibson 1993 112
Interim report on work carried out in 1993 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust Canterbury Archaeological Trust 1993 112
Researches and Discoveries in Kent Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Reviews Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Obituaries Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112
Accounts for the Year Ended 31st December 1992 Kent Archaeological Society 1993 112