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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 Sort ascending Volume
Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement At Bishop's Avenue North Foreland Broadstairs Moody 2007 127
The Long Demise of the Wantsum Sea Channel A Recapitulation Based on Data Perkins 2007 127
Annual Report of the Council for 2006 2007 127
Researches and Discoveries in Kent 2007 127
Excavations at Ringlemere farm Woodnesborough 2002-2006 Parfitt 2007 127
Medieval Tile Makers of Borough Green Semple 2007 127
The Roman Villa at Minister-in-Thanet Parfitt 2007 127
General Index 2007 127
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2006 2007 127
Interim Reports on Recent Work Carried out by The Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2007 127
The Kent Archaeological Society and the Development of Archaeology and Historical Studies in Kent 1957 -0 2007 A Review Panton 2007 127
Westwell - The Establishment of a Village Adams 2007 127
Annual Report of the Council for 2005 2006 126
A Directory of Medical Personnel Qualified and Practising in the Diocese of Canterbury c. 1560 -0 1730 Mortimer 2006 126
Interim Reports on Recent Work Carried Out by The Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006 126
The Poor of Otham and Nearby Parishes The Coxheath Poor House Vaux 2006 126
General Index 2006 126
Anglo-Saxon Building Techniques Quions of Twelve Kentish Churches Reviewed Potter 2006 126
Reviews 2006 126
The Tanners of Wrotham Manor 1400 -0 1600 Semple 2006 126
Obituary 2006 126
Charing Clocks Clockmakers and Clock-Keepers (Part II) Williams 2006 126
The Medieval Site at Well Wood Aylesford Philp 2006 126
Frontispiece 2006 2006 126
A Prehistoric Burnt Mound' Site at Crabble Paper Mill Near Dover Parfitt 2006 126
Notes on the Contributors 2006 126
The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet Parfitt 2006 126
Researches and Discoveries in Kent 2006 126
Canterbury's 1844 Archaeological Congress Ashbee 2006 126
The Archangel Gabriel's Stone and other Relics William Haute's search for Salvation in the Fifteenth Century Kent Sweetinburgh 2006 126
Contents and Illustrations 2006 126
A Late Iron-Age Early Roman Site at Bredgar near Sittingbourne Boden 2006 126
Notes for the Guidance of Contributors to Archaeologia Cantiana 2006 126
The Roman Road from Sutton Valance to Ashford Evidence for an Alternative Route to that proposed by Margary Aldridge 2006 126
New Members 2006 126
Archaeological Investigations at Middle Stoke on the Hoo Peninsula James 2006 126
St Radegund Abbey -0 A Re-Assessment of the Abbey Church Davis 2006 126
Welfare Provision in the Seventeenth Century Kent A Look at Biddenden and Neighbouring Parishes Poole 2006 126
Archaeological Investigations at Canterbury Police Station. Mick Diack 2005 125
Medieval Tonbridge reviewed in the light of recent excavations at Lyons, East Street. Eliott Wragg, Chris Jarrett and Jeremy Haslam 2005 125
The ‘Men of Kent’ and the Penenden Heath Meeting, 1828. Kathryn Beresford 2005 125
Twelfth- and early Thirteenth-Century Charters containing pledges naming Thomas Becket. Mary Berg 2005 125
A Roman Cremation Cemetery at Walmer. Richard Hoskins, David Holman and Keith Parfitt 2005 125
Notes on Contributors 2005 125
Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2005 125
Obituaries 2005 125
The Dens of Benenden. Ernest Pollard and Hazel Strouts 2005 125
Contents and Illustrations 2005 125
A Roman enclosure system in the Little Stour valley at Ickham. Christopher Sparey-Green 2005 125
Obituary 2005 125

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