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Archaeologia Cantiana

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
Fabric Roll of Rochester Castle Lambert Blackwell Larking 1859 2
Monument in Folkestone Church Lambert Blackwell Larking 1859 2
Discovery of a Romano-British Cemetery at Westborough, Maidstone Beale Poste 1859 2
Archbishop Warham's Letters Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Sir Roger Twysden's Journal Lambert Blackwell Larking 1859 2
Miscellanea Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Pedes Finium Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Inquisitiones Post Mortem Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Index to Inquisitiones Post Mortem Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Index to Pedes Finium Kent Archaeological Society 1859 2
Frontispiece 1860 Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Officers Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Rules Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Honorary Local Secretaries Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Accounts Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Proceedings and AGM Lambert Blackwell Larking 1860 3
Notice of Books Canon Scott Robertson 1860 3
The Landing-Places of Julius Caesar in Britain Rev E. Cardwell, D.D 1860 3
On the Connection between the Monasteries of Kent in the Saxon Period Robert C.Jenkins, Rector and Vicar of Lyminge 1860 3
On Anglo Saxon Remains Discovered Recently in Various Places in Kent C. Roach Smith 1860 3
Catalogue of the Library of the Priory of St Andrew, Rochester A.D. 1202 W.B. Rye 1860 3
The Great Rebellion in Kent of 1381. Illustrated from the Public Records W.E. Flaherty 1860 3
Some Account of the Church of St Mary, Stone near Dartford George Edmund Street 1860 3
The Columns of Reculver Church Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
The late Rev Thomas Streatfeild of Chart's Edge Lambert Blackwell Larking 1860 3
Sir Roger Twysden's Journal Lambert Blackwell Larking 1860 3
Miscellanea Notes and Emendations to Vol. II: Note on the Anglo-Saxon remains excavated at Sarre: Notes Illustrative of Wyatt's Rebellion Kent Worthies - Sir John Boys of Bonnington: Note on an Ancient Seal in the Society's Museum Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Pedes Finium Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Inquisitions Post Mortem Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
General Index Kent Archaeological Society 1860 3
Frontispiece 1861 Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Contents and Illustrations Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Officers Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Rules Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Honorary Local Secretaries Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Accounts Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Proceedings and 4th AGM Kent Archaeological Society 1861 4
Some Account of the Remains of the Priory of St Martin's and the Church of St Martin-le-Grand at Dover Frederick C. Plumptre 1861 4
Roman Cemeteries in Canterbury, with some conjectures concerning, its earliest inhabitants John Brent jun. 1861 4
On the Gates of Boulogne, at Hardres Court, in the Parish of Upper Hardres Robert C. Jenkins, Rector and Vicar of Lyminge 1861 4
Architectural Notes of St Augustine's College, Canterbury A.J.R. Beresford Hope 1861 4
Sequel to the Great Rebellion in Kent of 1381 W.E. Flaherty 1861 4
Some observations on the Leaden Font of Brookland Church, Romney Marsh Herbert L. Smith 1861 4
Notes on Warehorne Church and its Ancient Stained Glass, with Indices to the Parochial Registers of Warehorne and Newenden William J. Lightfoot 1861 4
Symbolism of the Blessed Virgin in former Ages as represented by an Ancient Carving at Maidstone Beale Poste 1861 4
Some Account of Brasses formerly in the Church of Sevington Herbert. L. Smith 1861 4
On some fragments of a Norman Building Recently Discovered at Great Woodlands, in the Parish of Lyminge Robert C. Jenkins, Rector of Lyminge 1861 4
Charter of Philip Augustus, King of France 1180, From the Surrenden Collection Lambert Blackwell Larking 1861 4

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