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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

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Title Author Published Sort ascending Volume
An Archaeological Interpretive Survey of the Old Castle Scotney Part II Martin 2012 132
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2011 Saunders 2012 132
Archaeological Notes and Summaries 2012 132
Bronze Boats and Kentish Seaboard in Prehistory The Role of Coastal Kent in a Major Trans-Continental Trade Route Allen 2012 132
Elizabethan and Jacobean Deer Parks in Kent Pittman 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 Martin 2012 132
Historical Research Notes 2012 132
Kent's Twentieth Century Military and Civil Defences Smith 2012 132
Annual Report of the Council For 2011 2012 132
Medieval Corn Driers Discovered on Land Probably Once Part of Repton Manor Ashford Atkins 2012 132
Contents and Illustrations 2012 132
Notes on the Contributors 2012 132
Frontispiece 2012 2012 132
Reviews 2012 132
General Index 2012 132
Sir William and Lady Ann Brockman of Beachborough Newington by Hythe. A Royalist Family's Experience of the Civil War Drake-Brockman 2012 132
Officers and Members of Council 2012 132
The Clergy and Allegiance at the Outbreak of the English Civil Wars The Case of John Marston of Canterbury Eales 2012 132
Contents and Illustrations 2011 131
Profession and Death At Christ Church Priory Canterbury 1207 -0 1534 Connor 2011 131
Frontispiece 2011 2011 131
Reviews 2011 131
General Index 2011 131
Rose of Dover (d 1261) Richard of Chilham and an Inheritance in Kent 2011 131
New Members 2011 131
School Exercises from Canterbury c.1480 Orme 2011 131
Officers and Members of Council 2011 131
The Development of Tonbridge Seen Through The Gate of its Castle Recent Excavations at the Former Bank Street Stock and Cattle Market Holden 2011 131
Obituaries 2011 131
The Kentish Origins and Connections of Sir George Brown (c. 1438 -0 1483) Driver 2011 131
A Mesolithic Site at Tong's Meadow West Street Harrietsham Riccoboni 2011 131
The Medieval Decorated Tile Pavement At St Mary's Church Brook The Finest Survival of the Tyler Hill Floor Tile Industry Pellett 2011 131
A Review of Canterbury's Romao-British Cemeteries Weekes 2011 131
The Medieval Hospital of St Mary The Blessed Virgin Ospringe (Maison Dieu) Further Details of its Original Layout revealed by Excavations at the Fairways Margetts 2011 131
An Archaeological Interpretive Survey of the Old Castle Scotney Part I Martin 2011 131
The Roman Villa at Minister-in-Thanet Lyne 2011 131
An Iron Age and Romano-Britisg Site on Wood Hill Kingsdown Near Deal Parfitt 2011 131
The Social Structure of New Romney as Revealed in the 1381 Poll Tax Returns Sweetinburgh 2011 131
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2010 Saunders 2011 131
The Storage of Canterbury Cathedral Archives and their Travels 1541 -0 1967 Sparks 2011 131
Early Modern Thanet A Closed or Open Society Evidence from a Study of Marriage Making and Marriage Horizons c. 1560 -0 c. 1620 Wyatt 2011 131
Early Roman Evidence for Intensive Cultivation and Malting of Spelt Wheat at Nonington Helm 2011 131
Excavations and Discoveries at the Romao-British Cemetery East Hill Dartford Herbert 2011 131
Annual Report of the Council for 2010 2011 131
In The Name of The Fallen Legitimising The Great War in East Kent Donaldson 2011 131
Brief Notes on Contributors 2011 131
Kent's Twentieth Century Military and Civil Defences Smith 2011 131
Historical Research Notes 2010 130
Influences Shaping the Human Landscape of the Sevenoaks Area Since c. 1600 Killingray 2010 130
Investigations at a Prehistoric Romano-British and Early Medieval Site at Little New House Farm Headcorn Aldridge 2010 130

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