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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 116  1996  Contents  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xv; List of Local Secretaries, xvi;
    Members’ List, xvii; Corresponding Societies, xlvi; Institutional Subscribers, xlviii; 
    Annual Report for the Year, liii.
1. Julliberrie’s Grave, Chilham: Retrospection and Perception. By Paul Ashbee 01
2. The Development of Roof-Tiling and Tile-Making on some mid-Kent Manors of Christ
   Church Priory in the thirteenth and fourteenth Centuries. By Mary Adams, B.Sc.

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3. Earthworks Survey, Romney Marsh. By Anne Reeves 61
4. The Custom of Romney Marsh and the Statute of Sewers of 1427. By A.E.B. Owen 93
5. Tonbridge Castle: Further Observations on an ancient Castle. By Sydney Simmons, F.I.C.E. 101
6. Finances and Government of Canterbury: Eighteenth to mid-nineteenth Century Court of
   Guardians. By F.H. Panton

147
7. The Wreck of the S.S. Castor (1870—1894) and the Recovery of Part of the Ship’s Cargo.
   By R. Cross. 

183
8. An architectural Survey of Littlebourne Barn. By Rupert Austin 203
9.

A Group of seventeenth-century Trade Tokens in Maidstone Museum. 
  By Ron Josland, B.A., Cert. Arch.


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10. Sevenoaks, Seal and Ightham — 1560 to 1650. By Jean Fox, C.Eng., F.B.C.S. 225
11. The Trust for Thanet Archaeology: Evaluation Work carried out in 1995, Hartsdown
   Community Woodland Scheme, Margate. By D.R.J. Perkins

265
12. The Rear Defence Walls of New Tavern Fort, Gravesend, 1795. 
   By Victor T.C. Smith, B.A., F.S.A

283
13.

The International Entrepôt at Dover in Crisis: English Fishing Entrepreneurs, Dunkirk
     Privateers, Government Policy, and The Character of King Charles I, 1637— 1640. 
     By Jon Kepler

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14. Interim Report on Excavations in Advance of the Dualling of the A253 Between Monkton 
  and Mount Pleasant, Thanet

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15. Interim Report on Work Carried Out by The Canterbury Archaeological Trust 311
16. Researches and Discoveries in Kent
   The Abbey Farm Training Excavation, 1996
   The Medieval park at Kemsing
   Human Bones from the Lower Hope point, Cliffe
   Moatenden Farm, Headcorn
   Hareplain Farm, Biddenden
   Sutton Plat Cottage, Chart Sutton
   Ibornden Farm, Biddenden
   Belgic Cremation Cemetery, Ulcombe 
   Work on Water Pipelines:-
        Skeete to Farthing Common, Lyminge
        Bluehouse to Cherry Garden, Newington
        St Margaret's to Brickfield Cottages, St Margaret's-at-Cliffe
        Dover Spine Main
        Dover Western Docks
   Carinated Beaker from Lower Hope Point, Cliffe

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17. Reviews 341
18. Obituaries - Prof. Bryan Keith-Lucas,  Norman Cook 351
19. General Index 355

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