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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 138  2017  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii

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The Saxon Steed and the White Horse of Kent. By James Lloyd . . .

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The Contents and Context of the Boughton Malherbe late Bronze Age hoard. By Sophia Adams

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The Home Farm of St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, before and after the Dissolution. By Richard Helm and Sheila Sweetinburgh


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The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 11: the Glass. By Rose Broadley

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‘Kentish Gothic’ or Imported? Understanding a group of tracery-carved medieval chests in Kent and Norfolk. By Christopher Pickvance


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A Prehistoric Ring-Ditch at Martin, near Dover. By Keith Parfitt and Richard Hoskins

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Philip Map, A New Description of Kent: ‘the Finest Specimen of English Cartography before 1600’. By Linda Taylor


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The Findings of various Archaeological Investigations at the Roman Naval Fort, Stutfall Castle, Lympne, 2014-16. By Malcolm Davies


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Shepsters, Hucksters and other Businesswomen: female involvement in Canterbury’s fifteenth-century economy. By Sheila Sweetinburgh


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Antiquarians, Victorian Parsons and re-writing the Past: how Lyminge Parish Church acquired an invented dedication. By Robert Baldwin


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Changing patterns of routeways in the landscape of the eastern High Weald from the end of the Roman period to the building of the Turnpikes. By Brendan Chester-Kadwell


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The remarkable multi-period finds at Minnis Bay, Birchington: the major contribution to inter-tidal zone archaeology made by Antoinette Powell-Cotton (1913-1997). By Vera and Trevor Gibbons


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The Elham Annunciation by John Ward R.A. By Daphne Joynes

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A Pulham garden rediscovered at Nonington. By Peter Hobbs

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More Classis Britannica tiles from East Wear Bay, Folkestone. By Adrian Weston .

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Reviews
  
Phil Andrews, Paul Booth, A.P. Fitzpatrick and Ken Walsh. Digging at the Gateway.
     The Archaeology of the East Kent Access (Phase II)
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Simon Elliott. Sea Eagles of Empire: The Classis Britannica and the Battles for Britain ………
  
Alison Hicks et al. Medieval Town and Augustinian Friary: Settlement c.1325-1700.
     Canterbury Whitefriars Excavations 1999-2004
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Sheila Sweetinburgh (ed.). Early Medieval Kent. ………………………………………………
  
Michael Baron. The Royal Heads Bells of England and Wales ………………………...………
  
James M. Preston. Malting and Malthouses in Kent. …………………………………………...
  
Kent Gardens Trust. Capability Brown in Kent ………………………………………………..
  
Andrew Ashbee. Zeal Unabated: The Life of Thomas Fletcher Waghorn (1800-1850) ……….
  
Andrew Sargent. Drinking in Deal: Beer, Pubs and Temperance in an East Kent Town 1830-1914.
  
T.L. Richardson. The 1830 Farm Labourers‘ Riots in Kent …………………………………...
  
Ian Jackson and Keith Robinson (eds). Of the North Kent Marshes. ………………………….
  
Susan Curran. The Wife of Cobham ……………………………………………………………
  
Philip Eyden. Dover‘s Forgotten Commando Raid, Operation Abercrombie: The Raid on Hardelot
  
Richard Stubbings (ed.). An Oral History of Horsmonden ……………………………………

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Kentish Bibliography

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Obituary

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Notes on Contributors

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Committees of the Society

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General Index

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