Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 124 2004 page v + vi
|List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii; Editorial Personnel viii|
|1.||Rope Making at Chatham during the early Nineteenth Century. By Philip MacDougall||1|
The Roman Villa at
Minster-in-Thanet. Part 1: Introduction and Report on the Bath-House.
By D.R.G. Perkins and K. Parfitt
|3.||Romanesque Churches in the Diocese of Rochester. By Malcolm Thurlby||51|
|4.||Roman finds at Holy Trinity Churchyard, Dartford. By Greg Priestley-Bell and Luke Barber||75|
Manufacture in Tonbridge Parish, with special reference to Barden
By Christopher Chalklin
Swine, Salt and Seafood: a Case
Study of Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval Settlement in
North-East Kent. By Tim Allen
The Religion of Sir Roger Twysden
(1597-1672): a Case Study in Gentry Piety in
Seventeenth-Century England. By Sue Petrie
|8.||Cabriabanus — a Romano-British Tile Craftsman in Kent. By Malcolm Davies||163|
Wax, Stone and Iron: Dover’s Town
Defences in the late Middle Ages.
|10.||Great Tottington’s Sarsen Stones. By Paul Ashbee .||209|
The Fourteenth-Century Merchant Ship
from Sandwich: a Study in Medieval Maritime
Archaeology. By Gustav Milne
|12.||Excavations at Barton Hill Drive, Minster-in-Sheppey. By Mick Diack||265|
A London City Church
Estate in Kent: St Botolph’s, Sevenoaks, 1646-2002.
Excavations on the Romano-British
Industrial Site at Broomhey Farm, Cooling.
By Alec Miles
|15.||Refortification at Rochester in the 1220s: a Public/Private Partnership? By Derek Renn||343|
|16.||Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust||365|
Contents continued page vi
|17.||Church Archaeology 410 to 597: the Problems of Continuity By Alan Ward||375|
|18.||A Round Barrow near Haynes Farm, Eythorne. By Keith Parfitt||397|
Paul Lee, Nunneries, Learning and Spirituality in Late Medieval English Society:
the Dominican Priory of Dartford.
James M. Gibson (ed.), Records of Early English Drama: Kent: Diocese of Canterbury.
Peter Brandon, The Kent and Sussex Weald.
Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina (ed.), Black Victorians/Black Victoriana.
Ross Liewellyn, Hersden, Chislet Colliery Village.
Roger Farthing, A History of Mount Sion, Tunbridge Wells.
Paul Burnham and Maureen de Saxe (eds), A New History of Wye, The Heritage of a
B.J.L. Berry, Hastingleigh 1000-2000 AD 43.
Fran and Geoff Doe!, Folklore of Kent.
David Wright, East Kent Parishes, A Guide for Genealogists, Local Historians and
other Researchers in the Diocese of Canterbury.
David Wright, The Kent Census Returns 1801 -1901, Origins, Location, Registration
Districts and Indexes.
Jean Fox, The History of Sevenoaks up to 1650. Historical Researches with extensive
references to Wills and other Documents.
John Burke and Laurence Young, A History of Davington Priory.
Raymond Godfrey and Arthur Percival, Faversham Gunpowder Personnel Register
Kenneth Pinnock, The House of Light and Dark: A chronicle of life in Canterbury in
|21.||Brief Notes on the Contributors||437|
|22.||Annual Report and Accounts||439|
|23.||List of New members||447|
|24.||Committees of the Society||450|
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