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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 130  2010  pages iv, v + vi

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. Kent's Twentieth-Century Military and Civil Defences: Part 1 - Thameside. 
   By Victor T.C. Smith

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2. Influences Shaping the Human Landscape of the Sevenoaks Area since c. 1600. 
   By David Killingray

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3. The Discovery of a Quadrans Novus at The House of Agnes, St Dunstan's Street, Canterbury.
   By Andrew Linklater and Elly Dekker

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4. The Neolithic to Post-Medieval Archaeology of Kingsborough, Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey: 
   from Monuments to Fields. By Jörn Schuster

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5. 'My Painted Chamber' and Other Rooms: Stephen Hulkes and the History of Calico House,
    Newnham. By Rupert Austin and Sheila Sweetinburgh

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6. Later Bronze Age Cremation at West Cliff, Ramsgate.
   By Gerald Moody, Nigel Macpherson-Grant and Trevor Anderson

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7. Investigations at a Prehistoric, Romano-British and Early Medieval Site at Little New House 
   Farm, Headcorn. By Neil Aldridge

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The Medieval 'Upmarket' Ward of Dover: Archaeological Evidence from Laureston Place,
   Castle Hill. By Keith Parfitt


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9. The Medieval Origins of Phelip's Lodge, Rochester, and its Later Development.
   By David Bacchus

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The Mill on the Leybourne Stream and its Water Management in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth
   Centuries. By Simon Pratt, Peter Seary and Sheila Sweetinburgh


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11. Henry Alford, Dean of Canterbury (1857-71), and the Victorian Church of England
   By Brian M. Hogben

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12. Bronze Age Features, including a Burnt Mound, at Deals Gateway (former Deptford Pumping
   Station), Deptford. By Stephen Hammond

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13. The Distribution Patterns of Bronze Age Round Barrows in North-East Kent. By Dave Perkins 277
14. The Roman Villa Complex at Abbey Farm, Minster in Thanet. Part 7: Building 7, a Late Roman
   Kiln and Post-Built Structures. By Gerald Moody

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Archaeological Notes and Summaries (Summary of contents on p. 333)
  1. A late prehistoric enclosure and field system at Maine Road, Ramsgate
  2. Neolithic landscape and experience: the Medway Megaliths
  3. Preserving the John Wymer Archive

                                Canterbury Archaeological Trust Interim Reports
  1. Augustine House, Rhodaus Town, Canterbury
  2. Canterbury Christ Church University Sports Centre 
  3. Longport conduit
  4. Kings School, St Augustine's Abbey
  5. St Mary's Church, Northgate
  6. No. 1 Westgate Grove
  7. 'Thanet Earth', Monkton
  8. Ringlemere, Woodnesborough

  9. Claxfield Farm, Lynsted
10. Mid Kent College and Lower Lines, Brompton
11. Sally Port, Royal School of Military Engineering, Brompton
12. Lullingstone Roman Villa, Eynsford

                 
Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) Summary Reports
  1. Green Level Pumping Station, Mulberry Way, Erith, Belvedere, Bexley
  2. South West Wing, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
  3. Greenwich Wharf
  4. Greenwich Market, Greenwich Church Street
  5. Honor Oak Park Sports Ground, Brockley Rise, Lewisham
  6. Cobham Park, Cobham
  7. East Kent (Thanet) Access Project
  8. Peters Village, Wouldham
  9. St Peter's Wharf, Maidstone
10. Newnham Park, Bears ted Road, Weavering, Maidstone
11. Connaught Barracks, Dover

           
KAS Website Summaries http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/10/00.htm
  1. Boys Hall Road, Willesborough, Ashford
  2. Swanscombe High School
  3. Capitol Cinema, Tonbridge High Street
  4. Foster Road, Ashford
  5. Orpington Hospital, Sevenoaks Road
  6. Puma Power Plant, Ash, Sandwich
  7. Holy Trinity School, West Hill, Dartford


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Historical Research Notes
The Celts and the River Beult
The Details of Kent shown on the mid fourteenth-century Gough Map


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Reviews
Gillian Draper and Frank Meddens, The Sea and the Marsh. The Medieval Cinque Port of
   New Romney revealed through archaeological excavation and historical research
David and Barbara Martin, Rye rebuilt: Regeneration and Decline within a Sussex Cinque
   Port Town, 1350-1660
Gillian Draper et al. Rye: A History of a Sussex Cinque Port to 1660
B.C. Barker-Benfield (ed.), St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, Corpus of British Medieval
   Library Catalogues 13
Mary Berg and Howard Jones, Norman Churches in the Canterbury Diocese
Ian Mortimer, The Dying and the Doctors: the Medical revolution in Seventeenth-century
   England
Andrew Hann et al. The Medway Valley: a Kent Landscape Transformed
Chris Rowley, The Lost Powder Mills of Leigh
Bruce Aubry, William Cuffay Medway's Black Chartist
Phil Vasili, Walter Tull, 1888-1918: Officer, Footballer. All the guns in France couldn 't 
   wake me
Edward Crow, Peter Tann (ed.), Faversham A New History. Historical Gleanings relative 
   to the Town of Faversham and Parishes adjoining
Philip MacDougall (ed.), Chatham Dockyard, 1815-1865. The Industrial Transformation
Dan Tuson, The Kent Downs
Richard Maylam, Mick Lynn and Geoff Doel (eds), Percy Maylam s The Kent Hooden Horse
Guy Hitchings, Speldhurst Church: its Story and its Windows
David Wright, St Peter 's, Whitstable: a history of the Church, Parish and People
Geoffrey Pike and Michael Crux, History in a City Street: St Margaret 's, Canterbury.
Andrew Ashbee, Snodland and District through Time .
M.J. Barber,  Man of Many Parts. Professor or Bishop? The Life of Edward Nares 1762-1841



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Kentish Bibliography 2009

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19. Obituaries    Paul ASHBEE, Francis Sedley ANDRUS, Alec MILES and Arthur RUDERMAN 435
20. Notes on the Contributors 441
21. Annual Report and Accounts 443
22. Committees of the Society

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23. New members 451
24. General Index 455

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