Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 62 1949 page v + vi
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|List of Officers, x; List of Local Secretaries, xii ; Records Branch, xiii; Corresponding Societies, xiv; List of Members, xvi; Report for the Year ended 31st December, 1948 xli; Financial Accounts for 1948 xlvii; Illustrations Fund, 1948 lii|
|1.||A New Romney Mayoral Dispute By Frank W. Jessup, F.S.A.||01|
The New Romney Fencible Cavalry (Duke of York’s Own) 1794 to 1800.
By Colonel E. A. C. Fazan, M.C., T.D., D.L.
A First Century Urn-Field at Cheriton, near Folkestone.
By P. J. Tester and H. F. Bing, M.A., F.R.Hist.S
A Note on the Mead Way, The Street and Doddinghyrnan in Rochester.
By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A.
|5.||The Roman Watling Street from Canterbury to Dover. By Frank Jenkins||45|
|6.||The Brooke Tomb, Cobham. By B. H. D’Elboux, F.S.A.||48|
|7.||Signed Monuments in Kentish Churches. By Rupert Gunnis||57|
Notes on the Probable Course of the Roman Road from Lympne to Dover.
By Ivan D. Margary, F.S.A.
|9.||Thomas Vicarv. A Famous Maidstone Surgeon. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A.||91|
|10.||An Inscribed Roman Altar Discovered at Napchester, near Dover. By M. P. Dare, M.A.||94|
Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches.
By F. C. Elliston-Erwood, F.S.A.
Contents continued page vi
St. Augustine of Canterbury and the Saxon Church in Kent.
By Harold F. Binq, M.A., F.R.Hist.S
|13.||A Disciple of the Druids. The Beale PosteMSS. By John H. Evans, F.S.A.||130|
A Palaeolithic Implement found on the High Plateau between Folkestone and Dover
A Flint Dagger from Canterbury
A Plaque from Wye
Four Bronze Implements
Recent Excavation in the Canterbury District
Roman Remains from Upchurch Marshes
Tyler Hill Pottery Site, near Canterbury. A Further Note
Glass and Monuments formerly in Gillingham Church. A Postscript
Patriarcha and other Political Writings of Sir Robert Filmer. Ed. by Peter Laslett
Survey and Policy of Field Research in the Archaeology of Great Britain.
Ed. by Profs. Christopher Hawkes and Stuart Piggott
The Hundred of Hoo. By Ralph Arnold
Roman Ways in the Weald. By Ivan D. Margary, M.A., F.S.A.
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