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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 126  2006  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. The Tanners of Wrotham Manor 1400-1600. By Jayne Semple 1 
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The Medieval site at Well Wood, Aylesford. By Brian Philp

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The poor of Otham and nearby parishes: the Coxheath Poor House. By Hugh Vaux

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Archaeological investigations at Middle Stoke on the Hoo Peninsula. By Richard James

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Charing Clocks, Clockmakers and Clock-keepers (Part II). By Chris H. K. Williams

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The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 3: The Corridor House, Building 4.
   By Keith Parfitt


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A Directory of Medical Personnel qualified and practising in the Diocese of Canterbury, 
   c.
1560-1730. By Ian Mortimer


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The Roman road from Sutton Valence to Ashford: evidence for an alternative route to 
   that proposed by Margary. By Neil Aldridge


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Anglo-Saxon building techniques: Quoins of twelve Kentish Churches reviewed. 
   By John F. Potter


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A Prehistoric 'Burnt Mound' site at Crabble Paper Mill, near Dover. By Keith Parfitt

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St Radegund's Abbey - a re-assessment of the Abbey Church. By M. C. J. Davis

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Welfare provision in seventeenth-century Kent: a look at Biddenden and neighbouring 
   parishes. By Anthony Poole


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Prehistoric maritime traffic in the Dover Strait and Wantsum: some thoughts as to the 
   vessels and their crews. By Dave Perkins


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14. Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 295
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The Archangel Gabriel's Stone and other Relics: William Haute's search for Salvation in
   fifteenth-century Kent. By Sheila Sweetinburgh


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Canterbury's 1844 Archaeological Congress. By Paul Ashbee

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A Late Iron-Age/Early Roman site at Bredgar, near Sittingbourne. By Damien C. Boden

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18. Researches and Discoveries
   A Prehistoric flint-working site at Berengrave Nursery, Rainham
   Double Tides in the Wantsum - Fact or Fiction?
   Excavations at the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Site at Guilton Mill, Ash-next-Sandwich
   Towards a plan of Dartford Priory and the Tudor Manor
   An Early Tudor Kiln at Lamb s Cross, Chart Sutton
   Edward Cresy, F.S.A.: A Kentish Architect


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19. Reviews
   Keith Parfitt, Kent in Prehistoric Times
  
Elizabeth Edwards, The North Downs
  
Colin Andrews, Iwade: Occupation of a North Kent Village from the Mesolithic 
       to the Medieval Period .
  
Jennifer Ward, The 1258-9 Special Eyre of Surrey and Kent
  
Sheila Sweetinburgh, Assembly places and practices in medieval Europe
  
David Killingray, Tonbridge 's Industrial Heritage
  
Elizabeth Edwards, A Market Town and its Surrounding Villages: Cranbrook, 
      Kent in the Later Seventeenth Century
  
Mary Berg, The Archbishop's Town. The Making of Medieval Croydon
  
Catherine Richardson, Gold and Gilt, Pots and Pins, Possessions and People 
      in Medieval Britain
  
Peter Draper, Edward Cresy 1792-1858. Architect and Civil Engineer
  
Duncan Harrington, The West Kent Probate Index. Wills Administrations for all 
      courts and peculiars in the Diocese of Rochester 1750-1858
   Living in Kent, a family history 1289-1900


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20. Obituaries 427
21. Brief Notes on the Contributors 429
22. Annual Report and Accounts 431
23. List of New members 438
24. Committees of the Society 439
25. Notes for Guidance 443
26. General Index 445

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