Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 136 2015 page v + v
|List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii, Editorial Personnel viii|
|1.||Why did the Barons of Faversham acquire a Magna Carta for the town in 1300? By Peter Tann||1|
Excavations at St Martin’s House: archaeological investigations in the
vicinity of St Martin’s
Church, Canterbury. By Cristopher Sparey-Green
Motivations for the ‘Great Migration’ to New England 1628-1640: the
case of the Kentish families
on the Hercules which sailed from Sandwich, March 1635. By Diane Thomas.
‘Spare me, kind Sirs, – save me to-day’. The twentieth-century
campaign to save Temple Manor
in Strood. By Johanna Roethe
|5.||Excavation of the western barrack
block of the Royal Cavalry Barracks, Canterbury.
By Kirsty Bone and Peter Seary
Evidence for Roman domestic activity in Sholden, probably related to the
villa at Hull Place.
By Emma Jeffery
Late Victorian Sandwich – polluted water, sickness, council inertia and
the case of the deceased
unnamed mayor: a public health study. By Michael Vaile
A tale of two mazers: negotiating donor/recipient relationships at Kentish
A Study of Medieval Iron-Bound ‘Domed Standard’ Chests in Kent
By Christopher Pickvance
Appendix: Preliminary dendrochronological investigations of three pine chests in Kent
Greenwich and the early emporia of Kent. By Anthony Durham and Michael Goormachtigh
|11.||Pre-Christian traces in the laws of King Æthelberht? By Dominic Gibbs||177|
Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady of Clare (1295-1360): the Logistics of her
Pilgrimages to Canterbury.
By Jennifer Ward
Research Notes - Prehistory
Late Bronze Age cremation burial and a possible rare example of an IA shrine at
Late prehistoric enclosures at the Folkestone cricket club ground
A tranchet axe from the Alkham valley, near Dover
An unusual early Chalcolithic pit at Westwood road, Broadstairs
The archaeology of the Farningham-Hadlow gas pipeline
Research Notes - Roman
The Roman invasion of Britain, ad 43: riverine, wading and tidal studies place limits on the
possible locations of the two-day river battle and beachhead
A Roman silver crossbow brooch from the vicinity of St Radigund’s abbey, near Dover
Contents continued page vi
Research Notes - Medieval
Research Notes - Post-Medieval
Anthony Mackinder with Lyn Blackmore. Prehistoric to medieval landscape and settlement at
Kemsley near Sittingbourne, Kent. Excavations 2003-5.
Paul Bennett, Keith Parfitt and Jon Rady et al. Prehistoric and Anglo-Saxon Discoveries on the
East Kent Chalklands. Investigations along the Whitfield-Eastry by-pass 1991-1996.
Sue Harrington and Martin Welch. The Early Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of Southern Britain
AD 450-650: Beneath the Tribal Hidage.
Gerald Moody. St Augustine's First Footfall. An investigation into the probable location of the
landing site of St Augustine s mission in 597 AD.
Graham Mayhew. The Monks of St Pancras. Lewes Priory, England s Premier Cluniac Monastery
and its Dependencies 1076-1530.
Alixe Bovey (ed.). Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Canterbury.
Canterbury's Archaeology 2012-2013: annual review of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust.
Charles Wood. Wood: A Family of Kent.
Kaye Snowden. Weald Villages: Charing, Westwell, Hothfield, Little Chart, Pluckley, Smarden
Fran and Geoff Doel. The Hop Bin: An Anthology of Hop Picking in Kent and East Sussex.
Gordon Taylor. Thanet's Dutch and Flemish Style Houses.
|20.||Notes on Contributors||331|
|21.||Annual Report and Accounts||335|
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