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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 119  1999  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council, ix; Committees, xi; Editorial Personnel, xii; 
   List of Local Secretaries, xii.
1. Kent’s Elizabethan JPs at Work. By Michael L. Zell 01
2. Anglo-Saxon Eastry: Some recent Discoveries and Excavations. By Keith Parfitt 45
3. Orthodox Parish Religion and Chapels of Ease in late mediaeval England: the case of 
   St George’s chapel in Gravesend. By Paul Lee

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4. Excavations at the Mount Roman Villa, Maidstone, 1994. By Mark Houliston 71
5. The Saint of Newington; Who was Robert le Bouser? By Diana Webb 173
6. Archaeology of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Compiled by Helen J. Glass 189
7. Lancastrian Loyalism in Kent during the Wars of the Roses. By Malcolm Mercer 221
8. Patterns of Inheritance and Attitudes to Women Revealed in Wills: the Tonbridge area
   1500-1560. By Alison M. A. Williams

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The Medway Megaliths in a European Context. By Paul Ashbee

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10. Parish Churches in the Diocese of Rochester, c. 1320-c. 1520. By Colin Flight 285
11. A Romano-British Site at Summerton Way, Thamesmead, London Borough of Bexley. 
   By Dave Lakin.

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12. Canterbury Court of Guardians: Eighteenth Century - a Postscript. By F. H. Panton 343
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Excavations at the Site of West Court Manor House, Chalk. By Peter Moore

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14. Researches and Discoveries in Kent
   Acheulian Hand-Axes: Herne Bay/Reculver
   Acheulian and Later Prehistoric Finds: Broadstairs
   Late Neolithic and Bronze Age Barrows: North Fore/and
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   Prehistoric Occupation Evidence; Mediaeval Tile: Yorkletts 
   Early Iron Age Settlement: Margate 
   Late Bronze Age/Iron Age Occupation: Boughton Monchelsea 
   Two La Tène Brooches: Waldershare and Preston-by-Wingham
   Iron Age and Later Pottery: Eastry
   Late Iron Age Pottery: Dartford
   A ‘Belgic’ Cremation: Deal
   Romano-British Cremation: Bobbing
   Roman Building Material: Wye
   Roman Villa Site (Abbey Farm): Minster-in-Thanet
   A Bird Mount and other Early Anglo-Saxon Finds: Ripple/Ringwould
   British-made Silver Spoon: Barham Down
   Thirteenth-Century Sea Defences: Sandwich
   The Northwood Brasses: Minster-in-Sheppey
   Late Mediaeval Face Pot: St. Augustine’s, Canterbury
   Lead Medalette: Shoreham
   ‘Stirling Castle’: Goodwin Sands
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15. Reviews
   M. Pearson, Kent Clocks and Clockmakers
  
M. Roake (Ed.), Religious Worship in Kent-the Census of 1851
  
R.K.I. Quested, The Isle of Thanet Farming Community
  
C. Chalklin (Ed.), Tonbridge in the Early Twentieth Century
  
M. Backhouse, The Flemish and Walloon Communities at Sandwich during the reign 
                                of Elizabeth I.

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16. Obituaries   K.W.E. Gravett      A. P. Detsicas     Sonia Chadwick-Hawkes

                   M.C. Lebon           E.W. Parkin        K.P. Witney
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17. List of New Members 435
18. Annual Report and Accounts 441
19. General Index 449

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