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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 86  1971  pages 109 to 171

Eynsford Castle and its Excavation. 
By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
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See also Eynsford Castle: The Moat and Bridge. By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S., 
                                             and A. J. Fleming, M.A. 
Arch. Cant., ixxxviii (1973) 87-116

Eynsford Castle: A Reinterpretation of its early History in the Light of recent Excavations. 
                                             By
Valerie Horsman  Arch. Cant cv (1988) 39-57

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120a Acute Angle of Curtain with Garderobes.JPG (302970 bytes)

120b Solar Undercroft and North Curtain.JPG (170999 bytes)

120b West Angle of Old Tower etc.JPG (137813 bytes) 120c  Section B - East Wall of Hall.JPG (162619 bytes)

117 Eynsford Village, site Plan.JPG (172105 bytes)

118a Eynsford Castle, General Plan.JPG (139651 bytes)
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126 Eynsford Castle, Excavation Plan.JPG (1544466 bytes) 128a Eynsford Castle, West - East Section.JPG (738648 bytes) 128b  Eynsford Castle, South - North Section.JPG (471279 bytes) 128c Key to Sections.JPG (107667 bytes) 140 Eynsford Castle, Reconstruction Phase B.JPG (219479 bytes)
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141 Section of Hall Block.JPG (75808 bytes) 143 Drawings of Stonework + Tile.JPG (201059 bytes) 145 Drawings of Medieval Horse-shoes.JPG (102259 bytes) 146 Drawings of Medieval Keys, Nails etc.JPG (210372 bytes) 148 Drawings of various finds.JPG (183460 bytes) 151 Drawings of Early Medieval Shelly Wares.JPG (128983 bytes)
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Medieval Pottery

153 Drawings of Medieval Shelly Wares.JPG (84461 bytes) 154 Drawings of Medieval Shelly Wares.JPG (79717 bytes) 155 Drawings of Medieval Shelly Wares.JPG (102567 bytes) 157 Drawings of Medieval Shelly Wares.JPG (100509 bytes) 160 Drawings of Medieval Sandy Ware Pottery.JPG (125250 bytes) 161 Drawings of Medieval Sandy Ware Pottery.JPG (113486 bytes)
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Medieval Pottery
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163 Drawings of Medieval Sandy Ware Jugs, Handles etc.JPG (123205 bytes) 165 Drawings of Medieval Cooking Pots.JPG (114996 bytes) 166 Drawings of Medieval Pottery Bowls.JPG (126024 bytes) 167 Drawings of Medieval Pottery Jugs.JPG (146509 bytes) 169 Drawings of Medieval Pottery Jugs.JPG (151782 bytes) 170 Drawings of Medieval Glazed Pottery Jugs, etc.JPG (128440 bytes)
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Medieval Pottery
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Medieval Pottery

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