KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY  -- RESEARCH   Studying and sharing Kent's past      Homepage

        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 132  2012  page iv, v + vi

Contents

Page

List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1.

Bronze, boats and the Kentish seaboard in Prehistory: the role of coastal Kent in a major
   trans-continental trade route. By
Tim Allen


1
2.

Sir William and Lady Ann Brockman of Beachborough, Newington by Hythe: a Royalist
   Family’s experience of the Civil War. By
Giles Drake-Brockman


21
3.

Evidence of an early Bronze Age Field System and Spelt Wheat growing, together with
  an Anglo-Saxon Sunken Featured Building, at Monkton Road, Minster in Thanet.
      By Jon Martin, Jörn Schuster and Alistair Barclay



43
4.

Elizabethan and Jacobean Deer Parks in Kent. By Susan Pittman

53
5.

The Clergy and Allegiance at the Outbreak of the English Civil Wars: the case of John Marston
   of Canterbury. By
Jacqueline Eales .


83
6.

An Archaeological Interpretive Survey of the Old Castle Scotney: Part II.
   By
David Martin, Barbara Martin and Jane Clubb


111
7.

Kent’s Twentieth-Century Military and Civil Defences. Part 3 – Canterbury.
   By
Victor T.C. Smith and Peter Seary


153
8.

Two Roman Bronze vessels from St Nicholas at Wade, Isle of Thanet. By Chris Tucker

189
9.

A Neglected Archbishop of Canterbury? Frederick Cornwallis (1768-1783). By G.M. Ditchfield

215
10.

Additional evidence of Roman (and later) occupation adjacent to the Marlowe Arcade,
   Canterbury: Excavations at Rose Lane, 2002-4. By
Jake Weekes


235
11.

The Wotton Survey: the Lands of a Kent Gentry Family in the Sixteenth Century.
   By
Jacqueline Bower


239
12.

Medieval corn-driers discovered on land probably once part of Repton Manor, Ashford.
   By
Rob Atkins and Michael Webster .


275
13.

Archaeological Notes and Summaries
   Canterbury Archaeological Trust Interim Reports
   Museum of London Archaeology Interim Reports
   The Boxley potin hoard reconsidered in the light of current research
   Two Chalkwells at Gravesend
   Subsidence at Fort Borstal


291
306
309
311
312

291

Contents continued page v

14.

Historical Research Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
   Bekesbourne and the King’s Esnecca 1110-1445 . . . . .
  
Rutupiae and Red Hills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
   Lyminge park - A collection of documents towards a
history
  
The records of Thornden Wood in the Blean since the eighth century


315
327
334
344
315
15.

Reviews
   Paul Bennett, Ian Riddler and Christopher Sparey-Green.
       The Roman Watermills and Settlement at Ickham, Kent
  
Phil Andrews, Kirsten Egging Dinwiddy, Chris Ellis et al. Kentish Sites and Sites of Kent.
      A miscellany of four archaeological excavations
  
David S. Neal and Stephen R. Cosh. Roman Mosaics of Britain Volume III:
      South-East Britain

   Peter Fergusson. Canterbury Cathedral Priory in the Age of Becket.
   Paul Dalton, Charles Insley and Louise J. Wilkinson (eds). Cathedrals, Communities
      and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World
  
Catherine Royer-Hemet (ed.). Canterbury: A Medieval City
   Derek Bright. The Pilgrims’ Way: Fact and Fiction of an Ancient Trackway
   Ann Veronica Coats and Philip MacDougall (eds). The Naval Mutinies of 1797:
      Unity and perseverance

   Celia Cordle. Out of the Hay and into the Hops – Hop cultivation in Wealden Kent
      and hop marketing in Southwark, 1744-2000
  
John Owen. The Shepherds and Shepherd Neame Brewery, Faversham, Kent, 1732-1875
   A History of Charing: The parish from earliest times to 1900
   Ditton: The Story of a Kentish Village
   Peter Young. A History of Music at Sevenoaks School from 1877-2010
   Isle of Sheppey Through Time

   Chatham Through Time
   Folkestone’s Disappearing Heritage Through Time
   Gravesend Through Time
   Old Maidstone’s Public Houses from Old Photographs.
   A History of Murston



351

352

354
356

357
359
361

362

364
366
367
367
370
371
371
372
372
372
373
351
16. Kentish Bibliography 2011 375

Contents continued page vi

17. Obituaries 385
18. Brief Notes on the Contributors 387
19. Annual Report and Accounts 391
20. Committees of the Society 400
21. General Index 401

 For details about the advantages of membership of the Kent Archaeological Society   click here

Back to Arch. Cant. List   Back to Publications On-line    Back to Research Page     Back to Homepage

Kent Archaeological Society is a registered charity number 223382
© Kent Archaeological Society July 2012, links to articles added January 2015

This website is constructed by enthusiastic amateurs.  Any errors noticed by other researchers will be to gratefully received
 so that we can amend our pages to give as accurate a record as possible. Please send details too research@kentarchaeology.org.uk