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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 137  2016  pages v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 10: The Bone Objects.
   By Emma Boast and Lee Cunningham

2. Causes of Death in Ramsgate 1774-1812: The Exceptional Detail provided by the 
   Rev. Richard Harvey in the Parish Registers of St Laurence. By Margaret Bolton

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3. Excavations and other Archaeological Investigations on the Thanet Way, 1990-95.
   By Keith Parfitt, Tim Allen and Jon Rady

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4. If the Kaiser should come: defending Kent during the Great War. By Victor Smith 63
5. John Cole (c. 1467-1536) and the Origins of Education in Faversham. By Nicholas Orme 107
6. 'Scouring the Conduit Head at Woodnesborough': Investigations into Convent Well, near Sandwich.
   By Keith Parfitt and Helen Clarke

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7. Not as by Law established? Was there a Separatist movement in Early Modern Thanet?
   By Gill Wyatt

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Looking to the Past: The St Thomas Pageant in Early Tudor Canterbury. By Sheila Sweetinburgh

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9. The Heraldry of Godinton House. Part II: The Toke family. By Philip L.A. Newill 185
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The Medieval to Post-Medieval Vill of Sturry: Excavations at the former Fordwich Garage,
    Water Lane and Franklyn House, High Street, Sturry. By Ross Lane


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11. Wyke (or Moat/Mote), near Canterbury, and the Finch family. By Margaret Sparks 237
12. Archaeological Investigations of Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, 2011-2014.
    By Lacey M. Wallace, Alex Mullen, Paul S. Johnson and Lieven Verdonck

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13. Researches Notes
   Confraternity and Commemoration at Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1290-1527:
       the lay community
   An Architectural Description of the remnant of the Archbishop's Palace surviving in
       Court Lodge farmhouse, Aldington
   Richard Harris, 'Fruiterer to King Henry VIII': some further details gleaned from
       documentary sources
   The
Hercules settlers in New England
   Nineteenth-century well subsidence at St Peters, Broadstairs
   World War One stopline trench system revealed by LIDAR in Whitehorse Wood, Birling



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Reviews
   J. Mackinley et al. Cliffs End Farm, Isle of Thanet: a Mortuary and Ritual site of
      Bronze Age, Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon Period.
  
Giles Dawkes. Flavian and later buildings at Snodland Roman villa: Excavations at
      Cantium Way, Snodland, Kent
  
Gavin Speed. Towns in the Dark? Urban Transformations from Late Roman Britain
       to Anglo-Saxon England
  
Bruce O'Brien and Barbara Bombi (eds). Textus Roffensis: Law, Language, and
      Libraries in Early Medieval England
  
Alison Hicks et al. Destined to Serve: Use of the outer grounds of St Augustine's
      Abbey, Canterbury, before, during and after the time of the monks. Canterbury
      Christ Church University Excavations 1983-2007
  
David Wright. Bryan Faussett: Antiquary Extraordinary
  
David McDine. Unconquered-the story of Kent and its Lieutenancy
  
Anthony Wilson (ed.). Tonbridge through Ten Centuries
  
Jean Stirk and David Williams. Ightham at the Crossroads
  
Robert Sackville-West. The Disinherited. A story of Family, Love and Betrayal
  
David Birmingham. Canterbury before the Normans
  
C. Paul Burnham. Wye Parish Church: A Window on the Church of England
  
Sarah Newsome, Edward Carpenter and Peter Kendall.
The Hoo Peninsular Landscape



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Kentish Bibliography

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Obituaries

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Notes on the Contributors

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List of members

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Committees of the Society

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20. General Index 347
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