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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 136  2015  page v + v

Contents

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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
2. Excavations at St Martin’s House: archaeological investigations in the vicinity of St Martin’s 
   Church, Canterbury. By Cristopher Sparey-Green

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3. 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.

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4. ‘Spare me, kind Sirs, – save me to-day’. The twentieth-century campaign to save Temple Manor
   in Strood. By Johanna Roethe

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5. Excavation of the western barrack block of the Royal Cavalry Barracks, Canterbury.
   By Kirsty Bone and Peter Seary

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6. Evidence for Roman domestic activity in Sholden, probably related to the villa at Hull Place.
   By Emma Jeffery

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7. Late Victorian Sandwich – polluted water, sickness, council inertia and the case of the deceased
   unnamed mayor: a public health study. By Michael Vaile

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A tale of two mazers: negotiating donor/recipient relationships at Kentish medieval hospitals.
   By Sheila Sweetinburgh


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9. A Study of Medieval Iron-Bound ‘Domed Standard’ Chests in Kent  By Christopher Pickvance
  
Appendix: Preliminary dendrochronological investigations of three pine chests in Kent
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Greenwich and the early emporia of Kent. By Anthony Durham and Michael Goormachtigh

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11. Pre-Christian traces in the laws of King Æthelberht? By Dominic Gibbs 177
12. Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady of Clare (1295-1360): the Logistics of her Pilgrimages to Canterbury.
   By Jennifer Ward

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13. Research Notes - Prehistory
   Late Bronze Age cremation burial and a possible rare example of an IA shrine at
     Wrotham quarry
   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


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14. 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


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Research Notes - Medieval
   An important source for Kentish history: the cartulary of St Martin’s priory, Dover
   The misericords at St Nicholas, Southfleet, and some further thoughts on those at St Martin,
      Herne, and elsewhere
   A seal matrix in Sandwich: the Sandwich whitefriars (carmelites) or the Patriarch of Jerusalem?
   The discovery of a medieval dungeon in Middle Row, Faversham


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Research Notes - Post-Medieval
   A Survey of Dutch and Flemish Gables in Kent - Gazetteer of Gables
   The variety of brick types and sizes used at Old St Albans Court, Nonington
   Some underground features on the Lees Court estate, Sheldwich/Badlesmere


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17. Reviews
  
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
      through time
  
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.


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Kentish Bibliography

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Obituary

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20. Notes on Contributors 331
21. Annual Report and Accounts 335
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Committees of the Society

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General Index

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