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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 125  2005  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. Selling: a Case Study in Institutional Relief under the Old Poor Law, 1750-1835. 
   By John Wilsher

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Archaeological Investigations at Canterbury Police Station. By Mick Diack

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The Dens of Benenden. By Ernest Pollard and Hazel Strouts

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Later Prehistoric Settlement on the Hoo Peninsula: excavations at Kingsmead Park, 
   Allhallows. By Christopher Greatorex


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5. The Chantry College of Cobham. By James M. Gibson 83
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Medieval Tonbridge reviewed in the light of recent excavations at Lyons, East Street.
   By Eliott Wragg, Chris Jarrett and Jeremy Haslam


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The ‘Men of Kent’ and the Penenden Heath Meeting, 1828. By Kathryn Beresford

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A Belgic Cremation Cemetery and Iron Bloomery Furnace at Jubilee Corner, Ulcombe. 
   By Neil Aldridge


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Charing Clocks, Clockmakers and Clockkeepers. By Chris H.K. Williams

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The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 2: Iron-Age, Roman and post-Roman Coinage.
   By David Holman and Keith Parfitt


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King Alfred’s naval engagement with the Danes, 885: which River Stour? 
   By Christine Grainge


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A Roman enclosure system in the Little Stour valley at Ickham. 
   By Christopher Sparey-Green


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Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust

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14. Old St Albans Court, Nonington. By Peter Hobbs 273
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Twelfth- and early Thirteenth-Century Charters containing pledges naming Thomas Becket.
   By Mary Berg


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The Mead Way, the Street and Doddinghyrnan in Rochester Revisited. By Alan Ward

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Sir Edward Dering of Surrenden Dering and his 'Booke of Expences', 1617-1628. 
   By Laetitia Yeandle


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A Roman Cremation Cemetery at Walmer.
   By Richard Hoskins, David Holman and Keith Parfitt


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A list of the Holders of Land in Kent c. 1120. By Colin Flight

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20. Researches and Discoveries
   Holocene Archaeology at Wansunt Pit, Bexley
   Rare Early Iron-Age Brooch: Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough
   The Folkestone Potin Hoard
   Welsh
Seri 'Causeway' and Sarre, Thanet
   A List of the Inhabitants of West Mailing, Dec. 1649 . .
   An Eighteenth-Century Chalk Cave at Mansion


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21. Reviews
   Jeremy Black, An Historical Atlas of Kent
  
Peter Brandon, An Historical Atlas of Kent
  
David Killingray, Chelsfield Chronicles 1450-1920: Annals of a Kentish Parish 
     
and Along the River Cray: a pictorial history of the Cray Valley
  
Margaret Sparks, The Role of the Hospital in Medieval England: gift-giving 
      and the spiritual
economy
  
Sheila Sweetinburgh, Medieval Sandwich
  
Peter Tann, The History of Throwley Church, Kent
  
Matthew Reynolds, Sevenoaks People and Faith: Two Thousand Years of 
      Religious Belief and Practice
  
J.A. Conner, Copperas. An account of the Whitstable Works and the first 
      industrial-scale chemical production in England
  
Frank Panton, The Dover Bronze Age Boat in Context: Society and Water 
      Transport in Prehistoric Europe
and The Dover Bronze Age Boat
  
Elizabeth Edwards, For All the Saints. St Michael's Church East Peckham, Parish 
      and People
and The Millennium Book on All Saint's Church Foots Cray, Kent
   Ulcombe's Story. A Millennium History of Our Village
   Hythe, A History
   Dangerous Coastline 1939-1945. A wartime childhood in Birchington, Kent
   Becket s Murderers
   Kent Probate Records. A Catalogue and Practical Guide
   The Story of Wye Crown
   Notes on the 814 AD Bexley Charter. Extracts from the lecture notes of 
      David Viceroy-Weekes


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22. Obituaries 413
23. Brief Notes on the Contributors 415
24. Annual Report and Accounts 419
25. List of New members 427
26. Committees of the Society 430
27. Notes for Guidance 431
28. General Index 433

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