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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 123  2003  page v + vi

Contents

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           List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii; Editorial Personnel viii

1. The Warren Farm Chamber: a Reconsideration.   By Paul Ashbee 01
2. Joining the Sisters: Female Inmates of the Late Medieval Hospitals in East Kent. 
   By Sheila Sweetinburgh 17

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3. Ritual and Riverside Settlement: a Multi-Period Site at Princes Road, Dartford. 
   By Paul Hutchings

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4. Debt in the Cranbrook Region in the Late Seventeenth Century. By Anthony Poole 81
5. Newbury Farm, Tonge: Kent’s Earliest Known Aisled Hall House. By Rupert Austin 95
6. A Belgic-Early Roman Site at Great Mongeham, near Deal. By Keith Parfitt  127
7. The Development of the Park and Gardens at Knole. By Kristina Taylor 153
8. Railways and the Community: the Kentish Evidence.   By Frank W.G. Andrews 185
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A New Roman Site Discovered at Rochester. By Brian Philp

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10. The Church in Medieval Greenwich. By Michael Egan 233
11.  Prehistoric Activity in the Cray Valley: a New Site at Old Bexley. By Barry John Bishop 255
12. The Herries Family and the Building of St Julians, Underriver, 1819-1837. 
   By Margaret Bates and David Killingray .

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13. Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 291
14. St Michael’s Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral: a Lancastrian Mausoleum. By Mark Duffy 309
15. Romanesque Fonts in Kent: the French Connections.   By C.S. Drake 333
16. An Archaeological Evaluation of the Medieval Shipyard Facilities at Small Hythe. 
   By Peter S. Bellamy and Gustav Milne

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17. Researches and Discoveries
   The Source of Palaeolithic Flintwork at Bishopston Glen
   Neolithic Flintwork: Hougham Without 

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   Prehistoric Features and Roman Finds: Manston International Airport
   Late Neolithic! Early Bronze Age Settlement: Minster in Thanet 
   Bronze Age Discoveries at Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough 
   A Flint Dagger from the Foreness-Kingsgate Area, Thanet. .
   Ploughed-out Round Barrow: Birchington 
   Possible Iron Age Settlement: Hougham Without 
   A Medieval Coin Find: Eythorne
   Documentary and Artistic Evidence for Conjoined Twins 
      from Sixteenth-Century Herne 
   Update on the
Stirling Castle Investigations 
   An Eighteenth-Century Chalk Mine: Northfleet 
   A Watercress Bed in Eynsford 
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18. Reviews
   Kent Records Series. Volume 3 Parts 1-9
  
Frederick Lansberry (ed.), Government and Politics in Kent, 1640-1914
  
A. Pearson, The Roman Shore Forts: Coastal defences in Southern Britain
  
Gerald Grainge, The Roman Channel Crossing of A.D. 43: 
      The constraints on Claudius’s naval strategy
  
Diana O’Hara, Courtship and Constraint: Rethinking the 
      making of Marriage in Tudor England
  
David A.H. Cleggett, Leeds Castle Through Nine Centuries
  
Patricia Hyde and Duncan Harrington, Faversham Oyster 
      Fishery Through Eleven Centuries
  
T.L. Richardson (comp.), Travellers’ Tales of Sandwich
  
Brian Joyce, The Chatham Scandal. A history of Medway’s prostitution 
      in the late nineteenth century
  
Roy Ingleton, Policing Kent 1800-2000: Guarding the Garden of England 
  
Eric Inman and Nancy Tonkin, Beckenham 
  
Helen Allinson, Hollingbourne, the History of a Kentish Parish
  
Ronald A. Baldwin, The Gillingham Chronicles
  
Marjorie Lyle, Canterbury, 2000 Years of History
  
William Holmes and Alexander Wheaten (eds.), The Blean:
      The Woodlands of a Cathedral City

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Brief Notes on the Contributors

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20. Rules of the Society 433
21. Annual Report and Accounts 443
22. List of New members 451
23. Committees of the Society 456
24. General Index 457

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