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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 65  1952  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, xii ; List of Local Secretaries, xiv;  Records Branch, xv; Corresponding
   Societies, xvi ; List of Members, xviii; Report for the Year ended 31st December, 1952 xli;
   Illustrations Fund, 1952 xlv
1. Upnor Castle, Kent. By B. H. St. J. OíNeil, F.S.A., and S. Evans 01
2. The Saxon History of the Town and Port of Romney. By Gordon Ward, M.D., F.S.A. 12
3. The Lullingstone Roman Villa. 
   By Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, F.S.A., E. Greenfield and Edwyn Birchenough, M.A.

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4. Maidstone Geneva. An Old Maidstone Industry. By John W. Bridge, F.S.A. 79
5. Surface Palaeoliths from Standardhill Farm, near Elham. By P. J. Tester 85
6. A Bronze Sword from Folkestone. By J. D. Cowen, M.C., M.A., F.S.A. 90
7. Jenkinís Well, Parkerís Corner, Upper (Old) Deal. By W. P. D. Stebbing, J.P., F.S.A., F.G.S. 93
8. The Tomb of Horsa. By John H. Evans, F.S.A. 101
9. Canterbury Excavations, June-December, 1947, no. 5 Watling Street. By Frank Jenkins 114
10. On the Ghosts of Some Brasses Formerly in Canterbury Cathedral. 
   By F. A. Greenhill, M.A., F.S.A.(Scot.)

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11. Plans of, and Brief Architectural Notes on, Kent Churches. Second Series. Part II. 
   By F. C. Elliston Erwood, F.S.A.

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12. A Roman Land Settlement near Rochester. By Michael D. Nightingale, B.Sc.(Agric.), B.Litt 150

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13. The Whiteheath Excavations, Hollingbourne. By L. B. A. Grove, B.A., F.S.A. 160
14. The Ancient Glass from Petham Church now in Canterbury Cathedral. 
   By C. B. Councer, F.S.A.

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15. The Romano-British Settlement at Springhead. By W. S. Penn, B.Sc. 171
16. Researches and Discoveries in Kent, 1951-2 174
17. Miscellaneous Notes:
   Kentís Chantry, Headcorn, 1565
   Kentish Fairs and Prehistory
   A Stone House in Burgate Lane, Canterbury
   A Further Note on the Bronze Spear-head from Chartham.. 
   A Mid-Thirteenth-Century Steelyard Weight from Sundridge; and a suggested explanation
      of its presence there
   Mural Painting and Memorial restored in the Church of St. Mary, Fawkham
   Protestant Refugees at Maidstone in the Sixteenth Century
   Dartford District Notes
   Sidney Bernard, Surgeon, R.N.
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18. Reviews:
   The Cinque Ports. By Ronald and Frank Jessup 
   Timber Building in England from Early Times to the End of the Seventeenth Century. 
       By Fred. H. Crossley 
   Beginnings in Archaeology. By Kathleen M. Kenyon
   Fawkham: The Story of a Kentish Village. By Frank W. Proudfoot
   Medieval Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of Canterbury. By Brian L. Woodcock
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19. Obituary:  The Rev. Canon G. M. Livett, B.A., F.S.A. 212
20. General Index 213

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