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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 135  2014  page v + v

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. ‘Out on a Limb’: insights into Grange, a small member of the Cinque Ports Confederation.
   By Frank Meddens and Gillian Draper
2. The Priory of Christ Church Canterbury and its connections with London in the Late Middle Ages.
   By Meriel Connor

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3. A regionally important Early Iron Age Pottery Group: The Manor Farm Pub Site, High Street,
   Rainham, Kent. By Mike Seager Thomas

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4. How mapping the Lowy of Tonbridge can further our understanding of its origin, nature and extent.
   By Deborah Cole

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5. Migration and Mobility in the Isle of Thanet in the Late Elizabethan/Early Jacobean Period.
   By Gill Wyatt

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6. A reappraisal of Eleventh-Century Settlement in the Eastern High Weald.
   By Brendan Chester-Kadwell

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7. Evidence of a distinct focus of Romano-British Settlement at Maidstone? Excavations at 
  Church Street 2011-12. By Laura O 'Shea and Jake Weekes

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The Earliest Parish Registers of the Diocese of Canterbury: some Observations, Questions and
   Problems. By David Wright


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9. The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet. Part 9: An Architectural Reconstruction.
   By Howard Austin Jones

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What's in a Name? Exploring the use of ‘Creature’ as a Christian Name in the Diocese of 
   Canterbury in the early Modern Period. By Veronica Craig-Mair and Sheila Sweetinburgh


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11. The Heraldry of Godinton House, near Ashford. Part I: Introduction, Ward Family Heraldry and
   some Miscellanea. By Philip L.A. Newill

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12. The Early Development of a Canterbury Suburb? Romano-British and Medieval Archaeology at 
   Nos 19 and 45-47 Wincheap By Richard Helm and Jake Weekes

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13. Archaeological Research Notes
   The Medway Formula - a search for evidence that the Roman authorities improved the river s
      navigability to facilitate their extensive ragstone quarrying industry
   Investigations of an Hexagonal Feature at Star Hill, Bridge, 2003-06: Evidence of Iron Age
      and Earlier Occupation: Anglo-Saxon Burials 
   A Ring Ditch in Sittingbourne
   An unusual coin collection from a pond in Smarden
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Historical Research Notes
   Acts of the Dean and Chapter of Rochester 1575-1584
   A Rate Assessment for St Mary, Lewisham, 1770

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15. Reviews
   Jim Stevenson. Living by the Sword: the Archaeology of Brisley Farm, Ashford, Kent
  
Toby Huitson. Stairway to Heaven. The Functions of Medieval Upper Spaces
  
Jonathan Foyle. Architecture of Canterbury Cathedral
  
Ian Coulson (ed.). Folkestone to 1500: a Town Unearthed
  
Germaine Warkentin et al. (eds). The Library of the Sidneys of Penshurst Place circa 1665
  
Madge Dresser and Andrew Hann (eds). Slavery and the British Country House
  
Peter Kendall. The Royal Engineers at Chatham 1750-2012
  
Russell Harper. Sevenoaks & Around through Time
  
Christopher Scoble. Under Shrub Hill: a Chestfield Childhood   


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16. Kentish Bibliography

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17. Obituaries 333
18. Notes on the Contributors 337
19. Annual Report and Accounts 341
20. Committees of the Society 352
21. General Index 353

 
 Cover Illustration: The motte and gatehouse of Tonbridge Castle
(Photograph by Dr Deborah Cole)


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