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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 127  2007  pages  iv, v + vi

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. The Kent Archaeological Society and the Development of Archaeology and Historical 
   Studies in Kent, 1957-2007. By Frank Panton

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2. 150 years of Local History: Local Kentish Practice and National Trends.
   By Sandra Dunster and Elizabeth Edwards

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3. Excavations at Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough, 2002-2006. 
   By Keith Parfitt and Stuart Needham

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4. The Kent Hundred Rolls: Local Government and Corruption in the Thirteenth Century.
   By Jennifer Ward

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5. Excavations at Fremlin Walk, Maidstone. By Catherine Edwards 73
6. Kent and the Abolition of the Slave Trade: a County Study, 1760s-1807. 
   By David Killingray

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7. Feeding the Moat: Excavations near the site of Edenbridge Manor House. 
   By Kate Brady and Edward Biddulph

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The Hundred of Wye and the Great Revolt of 1381. By David De Saxe

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9. Dating the Cremation in a Biconical Urn at the Early Bronze Age Barrow, Hill Road, 
   Wouldham. By John Cruse

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Westwell-the Establishment of a Village. By Mary Adams

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11. Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Bishop's Avenue, North Foreland, Broadstairs.
   By Gerald Moody

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12. The Road Services of Kent in the Nineteenth Century. By F. W. G. Andrews 213
13. Excavation of an Iron Age and Saxon Site at South Willesborough, Ashford. 
   By Simon Deeves

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14. The Long Demise of the Wantsum Sea Channel: a Recapitulation based on the Data. 
   By Dave Perkins

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The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 4: the South West Buildings, 6A and 6B. 
   By Keith Parfitt


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16. The Medieval Tile-Makers of Borough Green. By Jayne Semple 297
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Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust

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The Scratch Dials of Kent. By Chris H. K. Williams

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19. How Kent's recently discovered Causewayed Enclosures impact on our understanding and
   interpretation of the Early Neolithic in the Region. By John Hammond

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20. The Political Allegiances of Christ Church Priory 1400-1472: the Evidence of John 
   Stone's Chronicle. By Meriel Connor

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Underground Ragstone Quarries in Kent: a brief Overview. By Rod LeGear

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22. Researches and Discoveries
   Multi-Period Features: Spratling Street, Manston
   Prehistoric Crouched Inhumations and an Anglo-Saxon Sunken Featured Building: 
      St Peter s Road, Margate.

   Bronze Age Ring-Ditch: Bradstow School, Broadstairs
   Clay Lane Wood, Cobham: a Bronze-Age Cult Site?
   Bronze & Iron Age Occupation: Hartsdown Road, Margate
   Late Iron Age/Early Roman period Features: Seacroft Road, Broadstairs
   Geoarchaeological Results at Knight Road, Strood
   Evidence for Middle Saxon occupation at Otford 
   Church of St Mary The Virgin, Minster-in-Thanet
   An early gallery at Chislehurst Caves
   Jane Austen and the Tokes of Godinton


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23. Reviews
   T. Ayers and T. Tatton-Brown (eds), Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology 
      at Rochester

   K. Parfitt et al., Townwall Street, Dover, Excavations 1996
   Chris Stringer, Homo Britannicus. The Incredible Story of Human Life in Britain
   Colin Flight, The Survey of the Whole of England: Studies of the documentation 
      resulting from the survey conducted in 1086

   S. Chadwick-Hawkes and G. Grainger, The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at 
      Finglesham, Kent

   L. Barber, Medieval Life on Romney Marsh: archaeological discoveries from 
      around Lydd

   M. Diak, A Bronze Age Settlement at Kemsley, near Sittingbourne, Kent
   P. Wilkinson, The Historical Development of the Port of Faversham 1580-1780
   B. Short, England's Landscape: The South East
   J. Thirsk et al., Hadlow: Life, Land` and People in a Wealden Parish 1460-1600
   M. E. Mate, Trade and Economic Developments, 1450-1550. The Experience of 
      Kent, Surrey and Sussex



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Reviews continued
   H. Harding, Farningham and its Mill. A History of a Village in Kent
   (no author given) Images of Horton Kirby Paper Mill
   E. James (ed), Shoreham at War: The People of Shoreham, Kent
   T. L. Richardson, Historic Sandwich and its Region 1500-1900
   H. Stennett and K. H. Mclntosh (eds), Broad Oak, A Kentish Village Reconsidered, 
     
and Elvington. All Snap Tins and Sunshine. The Story of a Kent Mining Village 
      from 1900 to 1986


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24. Obituaries 461
25. Notes on the Contributors 463
26. Annual Report and Accounts 467
27. Committees of the Society 474
28. List of New members 475
29. Kentish Bibliography 2006 509
30. General Index 517

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