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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 124  2004  page v + vi

Contents

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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
2. The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 1: Introduction and Report on the Bath-House.
   By D.R.G. Perkins and K. Parfitt 

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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
5. Iron Manufacture in Tonbridge Parish, with special reference to Barden furnace 1552-1771.
   By Christopher Chalklin

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6. Swine, Salt and Seafood: a Case Study of Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval Settlement in
    North-East Kent. By Tim Allen

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7. The Religion of Sir Roger Twysden (1597-1672): a Case Study in Gentry Piety in
   Seventeenth-Century England. By Sue Petrie

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8. Cabriabanus — a Romano-British Tile Craftsman in Kent. By Malcolm Davies 163
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Wax, Stone and Iron: Dover’s Town Defences in the late Middle Ages. 
   By Sheila Sweetinburgh


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10. Great Tottington’s Sarsen Stones. By Paul Ashbee . 209
11. The Fourteenth-Century Merchant Ship from Sandwich: a Study in Medieval Maritime
   Archaeology. By Gustav Milne

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12. Excavations at Barton Hill Drive, Minster-in-Sheppey. By Mick Diack  265
13.

A London City Church Estate in Kent: St Botolph’s, Sevenoaks, 1646-2002. 
   By David Killingray


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14. Excavations on the Romano-British Industrial Site at Broomhey Farm, Cooling
   By Alec Miles

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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

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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
19. Reviews
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
   Kent Village.
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
   1573-1 840.
Kenneth Pinnock, The House of Light and Dark: A chronicle of life in Canterbury in 
   the nineteen-twenties.



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20. Obituaries 433
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
25. General Index 451

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