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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 134  2014  page v + v

Contents

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Preface iv
1. The History and Architectural Development of the Old Bishop's Palace, Rochester.
   By Patricia A. Clarke

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2. Continuity and Change in the Late Iron Age/Roman transition within the environs of Quarry Wood
   Oppidum: excavations at Furfield Quarry, Boughton Monchelsea. By Isca Howell

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3. A Maritime Community in War and Peace: Kentish Ports, Ships and Mariners, 1320-1400.
   By Andrew Ayton and Craig Lambert

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4. Farmsteads and Landscapes in Kent. By Jeremy Lake, Bob Edwards and Nicola Bannister 105
5. Archaeological Investigations at Maidstone hospital, Hermitage Lane, Barming. By Simon Stevens 141
6. The Barfrestone Conundrum: 'Much Restored' but 'Virtually Unaltered'. By Charles Coulson 153
7. Archaeological Investigations of a Major Building, probably Roman, and related landscape features
   at Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, 2011 -12. By Lacey Wallace et al.

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Literacy and Book Ownership in Seventeenth-Century Faversham. By Linda Taylor

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9. Exploiting the Wildwood: evidence from a Mesolithic activity site at Finglesham, near Deal.
   By Keith Parfitt and Geoff Halliwell

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A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury, 1566-86, based on the
   Cause papers bound within the Volume MS.F.4.12. By Karen Rushton


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11. The Grebills of Benenden, the Prior of Leeds, and the Heresy Trial of 1511. By Paul R. Cavill 283
12. Research Notes
  
A middle Bronze Age palstave axe from St Margaret 's-at-Cliffe
   The place name Trottiscliffe
   Faversham Corporation s right to use of the Court Hall
   The Morphett family's experience of gavelkind in the eighteenth century
   Chalkwell subsidence at Oad Street, near Sittingbourne
   Anti-invasion defences of the First World War and Slough fort, Allhallows


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13. Book Reviews
   Peter Tann with Michael Frohnsdorff and Duncan Harrington. 
      The Royal Charters of Faversham including Magna Carta
  
Sheila Sweetinburgh (ed.). Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban
      Society, C.1400-C.1600

   Sandra Dunster. The Medway Towns: River, Docks and Urban Life
  
Lawrence and Marjorie Lyle. Canterbury and the Gothic Revival
  
T.L. Richardson. Elizabeth Carter of Deal, 1717-1806, a Social History
  
The Faversham Society. The History of Faversham in 50 Objects
  
Christine Rayner. 50 Years of the Faversham Society, 1962-2012
  
Sarah Pearson. History Revealed: The Faversham Society Houses
  
Margaret Lawrence. The Life They Left Behind: Those Who Lost Their Lives 1914-18,
     1939-1945: Remembrance: The Holy Trinity War Memorial East Peckham, Kent



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14. Kentish Bibliography 2012 321
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Notes on Contributors *

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General Index

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