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Dartford District Archaeological Group (DDAG)
Read all about the archaeological and historical discoveries made by the Group

Rediscovering Dartford - page 1   Contents

Front cover page i
Groups excavations in Central Dartford - map page ii
Frontispiece page iii
Dedication page iv
Produced by page 2
Foreword page 3
Chapter 1  Bridge House page 4
Chapter 2  Wilmington Romano-British Villa page 5, page 6
Chapter 3  Tenterís Hill Field page 7, pages 8+9
Chapter 4 Romano-British Burial Group, East Hill page 10, page 11, page 12
Chapter 5 Human Remains from Temple Hill page 13
Chapter 6 Darenth Park Hospital page 14, page 15, page 16, page 17
Chapter 7 Pond Field Littlebrook page 18, page 19
Chapter 8 Dartford Priory and Manor House of Henry VIII page 20, page 21, page 22, page 23
Chapter 9 Horsmanís Place page 24, page 25, page 26
Chapter 10 Overy Street page 27
Chapter 11 Woodmanís Yard and Midland Bank Sites page 28, page 29
Chapter 12 St. Saviourís Avenue page 30
Chapter 13 The Mill House, Hawley page 30, page 31
Chapter 14 Clay Tobacco Pipes Manufactured in Dartford page 32, page 33
Chapter 15 The Bull and George page 34, page 35
Chapter 16 Recording of Old Buildings page 36, page 37, page 38
Chapter 17 Post Excavation Work page 39, page 40
Chapter 18 Dartford in the 80ís Project page 41, page 42
Chapter 19 D.D.A.G. in the Air page 43
Chapter 20 D.D.A.G. on Show page 44, page 45
Group Membership page 46, page 47
Acknowledgements page 48
List of Subscribers page 49
Index of Sites page 50
Group Excavations in Central Dartford page ii - inside Front Cover
Group Excavations outside Central Dartford page 51 - inside Back Cover
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