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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 129  2009  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. Early Roman Features, possibly Defensive, and the Modern Development of the Parkland
   Landscape at Ingress Abbey, Greenhithe. By Les Capon

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2 Grassroots Politics in West Kent since the late Eighteenth Century. By David Killingray 33
3 Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches from East Kent and the Isle of Wight: Typological and
   Genealogical Perspectives.  By Seiichi Suzuki

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4 Was Sir Thomas Wyatt able to draw on a Culture of Rebellion in Kent in 1554? 
   By Martyn Ellis

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5 Preliminary Report on Excavations at Hull Place Roman Villa, Sholden, 2005-7. 
   By Keith Parfitt

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6 Reconstructing Literary Life in the Provinces with special reference to the 
   Elizabethan Gentry of Kent. By Claire Bartram

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7 An Archaeological Investigation at Kingsborough Farm and Kingsborough Manor, 
   Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey. By Simon Stevens

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8 Old Soar Manor, near Plaxtol: House, Land and Occupants over Seven Centuries.
   By Jayne Semple

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9 Prehistoric Settlement Patterns on the North Kent Coast between Seasalter and the
   Wantsum. By Tim Allen

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10 Striving to Succeed in late Medieval Canterbury: the life of Thomas Fokys, publican,
   mayor and alderman c. 1460-1535. By Paul A. Fox

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11 Two 'New' Town Gates, Roman buildings and an Anglo-Saxon sanctuary at St Mildred's
   Tannery, Canterbury. By Simon Pratt

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12 The Demise of the Kent Broadcloth Industry in the Seventeenth Century: England's first
   De-Industrialization. By Lorraine Flisher and Michael Zell

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13 The Evidence of Settlement at Plaxtol in the Late Iron Age and Romano-British periods.
   By Malcolm Davies

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14 Kentish Place Names - were they ever Celtic? 
   By Michael Goormachtigh and Anthony Durham

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15 An Initial Investigation of an Early Routeway and Boundary, possibly Prehistoric, in
   Bedgebury Forest. By Nicola R. Bannister and Debbie Bartlett

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16 Further Investigation of Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Eastry. 
   By Keith Parfitt and Sheila Sweetinburgh

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17 The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 6: the Villa Enclosure, Buildings 2 and 5.
   By Keith Parfitt, Emma Boast and Gerald Moody

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18 Archaeological Notes and Summaries  (Summary of contents on p. 359 359
Notes
 
1.  An Iron Age Settlement at Iwade Bypass
  2.  College Road, Ramsgate
 
3.  Later Prehistoric features at Underdown Lane, Eddington, Herne Bay

                                  Canterbury Archaeological Trust Interim Reports
 
1.  Whitehall Road, Canterbury
  2.  Barton Court Grammar School.
 
3.  Canterbury College
  4.  Nos 3-4, Oaten Hill
  5.  Nos 20A-21A Palace Street
 
6.  St Lawrence Cricket Ground, Old Dover Road
 
7.  No 1 Ryde Street, St Dunstans
  8.  Rhodaus Town
  9.  Parham Close, Sturry Road
10.  Fordwich Village Hall
11.  The Grange, Greenhill Road, Herne Bay
12.  Church Farm, East Langdon
13.  New Romney Sewerage Scheme
14.  Lower Upnor Ordnance Depot
15.  Jeskyns Farm, Cobham

                        Museum of London Archaeology Service Summary Reports
 
1.  Hall Place, Bexley
  2.  Queen Anne Outer Court, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
  3.  Pirelli Works, Crabtree Manor Way, Belvedere
  4.  Greenwich Wharf
  5.  Landscaping Works, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
  6.  Brown and Mason Yard, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich
  7.  Westfield, Furfield Quarry, Boughton Monchelsea
 
8.  Leigh Technology College, Green Street, Green Road, Dartford
  9.  The Bridge, Bob Dunn Way, Dartford
10.  Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm, Romney Marsh
11.   Peter s Village, Wouldham
12.  Kingsmead Sports Stadium, Kingsmead Road, Canterbury

                
KAS Website summaries http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/10/00.htm
 1.  An Iron Age site at Hartsdown technology college, Margate
 2.  A late Iron Age/early Roman landscape at Herne Bay High School
 3.  Molehill road, Chestfield
 4.  Iron Age and Romano-British features at Whitstable Community College
 5.  Bexley hospital, Dartford Heath
 6.  Middle Bronze Age site at Sittingbourne
 7.  Mesolithic Occupation at Hillborough, Reculver

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19 Historical Research Notes
The Population Size of Romano-British Kent: an Initial Estimate
A Documentary Study relating to Buckland in the Medieval Borgh 
   of Westree in Maidstone


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20 Reviews
   
Paul Bennett, Peter Clark, Alison Hicks, Jonathan Rady and Ian Riddler, At the 
      Great Crossroads: Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval discoveries on the Isle of
      Thanet 1994-95 . 
  
Gerald Moody, The Isle of Thanet: from Prehistory to the Norman Conquest
  
Seiichi Suzuki, Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches: Typology, Genealogy, Chronology
  
Richard Gameson, The Earliest Books of Canterbury Cathedral, Manuscripts and
      fragments to c. 1200
  
Duncan Harrington and Patricia Hyde, The Early Town Books of Faversham 
      c.1251 to 1581
  
Jeremy Hodgkinson, The Wealden Iron Industry
  
Linda Wilson, Marianne Farningham. A Plain Woman Worker.
  
Marjorie Lyle, Canterbury. History You Can See
  
John Cunningham (ed.), An Historical Atlas of Tunbridge Wells
  
Cyril Cooper, Maidstone: A History
  
C. W. Chalklin, Royal Tunbridge Wells: A History
  
Jean Fox, David Williams and Peter Mountfield, Seal: the history of a parish
  
Elizabeth Hollis, The Westwell Chronicles
  
Paul Burnham, Hinxhill: a Historical Guide; The College at Wye: a Historical 
      Guide; Lady Joanna Thornhill: Her Life and Times and Her School




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21. Kentish Bibliography 2008 423
22. Obituaries 435
23. Notes on the Contributors (scroll down to page 437 on PDF) 437
24. Annual Report and Accounts 441
25. Committees of the Society 448
26. New members 449
27. General Index 451

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