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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
Reviews 1950 63
Annual Report and Accounts 1950 63
The Carmelite Friary of Aylesford Braun 1950 63
Contents and Illustrations 1950 63
The Lullingstone Roman Villa Meates 1950 63
Frontispiece 1950 1950 63
The Vikings Come to Thanet Ward 1950 63
General Index 1950 63
Officers and Members 1950 63
Researches and Discoveries in Kent 1950 1950 63
Obituary 1950 63
A Note on the Rebuilding of Knole by Archbishop Bourgchier Du Boulay 1950 63
Canterbury Excavations in Burgate Street 1946-8 Jenkins 1950 63
Reviews 1949 62
Annual Report and Accounts for the Year 1948 1949 62
Signed Monuments in Kentish Churches Gunnis 1949 62
Contents and Illustrations 1949 62
St. Augustine of Canterbury and the Saxon Church in Kent Bing 1949 62
Frontispiece 1949 1949 62
The Brooke Tomb Cobham Kent D'Elboux 1949 62
General Index 1949 62
The New Romney Fencible Cavalry (Duke of York’s Own) 1794 to 1800 Fazan 1949 62
Officers and Members 1949 62
The Roman Watling Street from Canterbury to Dover Jenkins 1949 62
Obituary 1949 62
Thomas Vicary A Famous Maidstone Surgeon Bridge 1949 62
A Disciple of the Druids Evans 1949 62
A First Century Urn Field at Cheriton Near Folkestone Tester 1949 62
A New Romney Mayoral Dispute Jessup 1949 62
A Note on the Mead Way The Street and Doddinghyrnan in Rochester Ward 1949 62
An Inscribed Roman Altar Discovered at Napchester near Dover Dare 1949 62
Miscellaneous Notes 1949 62
Notes on the Probable Course of the Roman Road from Lympne to Dover Margary 1949 62
Notices 1949 62
Plans of and Brief Architectural Notes on Kent Churches Elliston-Erwood 1949 62
An Early Iron Age Site at Borden Worsfold 1948 61
Some Kentish Indents III D'Elboux 1948 61
An Incised Slab at West Wickham Greenhill 1948 61
Ancient Monuments in Kent Greenhill 1948 61
Book Notices 1948 61
Canterbury Excavations Christmas 1945 and Easter 1946 Williams 1948 61
Darent Valley Archaeological Research—Schedule of New Discoveries in Darent Valley 1947-48 Meates 1948 61
Dover in 1066 Extracts Poictou 1948 61
Excavations in Joyden’s Wood Bexley Colvin 1948 61
Glass and Monuments Formerley in the Church of Gillingham Councer 1948 61
Annual Report and Account for the Year 1947 1948 61
Hengest Ward 1948 61
Contents and Illustrations 1948 61
Miscellaneous Notes 1948 61
Frontispiece 1948 1948 61

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