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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 128  2008  page v + v

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. 'The Coming of the Doctor': as Illustrated by the Career of Richard Hope 
   of Cranbrook (d.1725). By Peter Allen

01 
2. An Unknown Medieval Site, Possibly a Manorial Chapel, at Crabble, Dover. 
   By Keith Parfitt

17
3. William Matthew Flinders Petrie - the Kentish Years. By Patricia E. Knowlden 35
4. The Coinage of William I in Kent. By Peter Bagwell Purefoy 59
5. Prehistoric Activity at Westwood, Broadstairs. By Kristopher Poole and Leo Webley 75
6. The Kilwardby Survey of 1273-4: the Demesne Manors of the Archbishop of Canterbury 
   in the later 13th Century. By Jennifer Ward

107
7. Archaeological Investigations at Castle Road, Sittingbourne. By Jon Sygrave 129
8. Brotherhood and Confraternity at Canterbury Cathedral Priory in the 15th Century: 
   the Evidence of John Stone's Chronicle. By Meriel Connor

143
9. Two Beaker Burials Recently Discovered on the Isle of Thanet. 
   By Paul Hart and Gerald Moody

165
10.

The Medieval Deer Parks of Wrotham. By Jayne Semple

179
11. Interim Reports on Recent Work carried out by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 211
12. The Accounts of the Wardens of the Town Lands of Tonbridge, 1574-1760. 
   By Christopher Chalklin

225
13. The Bronze Age Gold, Amber and Shale Cups from Southern England and the 
   European Mainland: a Review Article. By Paul Ashbee

249
14. Kent and the Sea. By Sarah Palmer 263
15.

Excavation of a Medieval Settlement at Pond Field, Littlebrook, Dartford. 
   By C.R. Baker and A. N. Herbert


281
16.

An Early Boundary, probably Anglo-Saxon, associated  with Roman sites in Benenden.
   By Ernest Pollard and Neil Aldridge


301
17. The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 5: the Main House, Building I. 
   By Keith Parfitt, Dave Perkins, Emma Boast and Gerald Moody

309
18. Churchgoing in the Cradle of English Christianity: Kentish Evidence from the 16th to 
   the 20th Centuries. By Clive D. Field

335

Contents continued page vi

19. Researches and Discoveries
   Traces of Prehistoric and Romano-British Occupation at Barton Mill, Canterbury
   Latin
Rumen 'Gullet' and the name of Romney
   Some Notes on the Technical Details of Mills provided by the Kilwardby Survey
   The Earliest Kentish Windmills
   Geophysical Survey and Evaluation Trenching at Queenborough Castle, 
      Isle of Sheppey
   Captain George Gooch, the First Resident at
Fort House, Broadstairs


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20. Reviews
   John H. Williams (ed.), The Archaeology of Kent to AD 800 .
   A. J. Long, M. P. Waller and A. J. Plater (eds), Dungeness and Romney Marsh
   Paul Bennett, Peter Couldrey and Nigel Macpherson-Grant, Highstead near Chislet, 
      Kent. Excavations 1975-1977

   Keith Parfitt, Barry Corke and John Cotter, Townwall Street, Dover. 
      Excavations 1996

   Margaret Sparks, Canterbury Cathedral Precincts, a Historical Survey
   Karen Jones, Gender and Petty Crime
   Joan Thirsk, Food in Early Modern England: Phases, Fads, Fashions
   Mark Connelly, Steady the Buffs.' A Regiment, a Region, and the Great War
   Geoffrey Pike, Seaside Story: Whitstable and Tankerton-on-Sea, a study in 
      local history

   Kathryn Kersey, The Lost Manor of Ware
   Mike Bundock (ed.), Historic Herne and Broomfield: an illustrated history of the 
       village of Herne. including Broomfield and the surrounding area


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21. Kentish Bibliography 2007 411
22. Notes on the Contributors 427
23. Annual Report and Accounts 431
24. Committees of the Society 438
25. New members 439
26. General Index 441

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