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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 88  1973  Contents  page v + vi

Contents

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List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xv; List of Local Secretaries, xvi;
    Corresponding Societies, xviii; List of Members, xx ; Annual Report for the Year 1973 
    xlvi ;  Rules  lx
1. Farningham Roman Villa II. By Lieut.-Colonel G. W. Meates, F.S.A. 01
2. The First Norman Cathedral at Canterbury. By Edward Gilbert 23
3. Maritime East Mailing. By C. L. Sinclair Williams 51
4. Levies from Kent to the Elizabethan Wars (1589—1603). 
   By J. J. N. McGurk, M.Phil., F.R.Hist.S.

57
5. Excavations at Eccles, 1972. By A. P. Detsicas, M.A., F.S.A. 73
6. Recent Developments in the Study of Place-Names and the Anglo-Saxon Settlement. 
   By K. J. Edwards, M.A.

81
7. 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.

87
8. The Ancient Buildings of New Romney. By K. W. Parkin 117
9. Excavations at Boxley Abbey. By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. 129
10. The Loose Watermills, II. By B. J. Spain 159
11. Medieval Pottery from Dartford. By D. C. Mynard 187
12. Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
   A pre-Conquest Sculptural Fragment from Rochester Cathedral
   A ‘Lost’ Crop-Mark Site at Westenhanger
   Cooling Romano-British Site
   Archaeological Notes from Maidstone Museum
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Contents continued page vi

13. Investigations and Excavations during the Year 211
14. Kent Bibliography, 1972—73 227
15. Reviews 229
16. Obituaries 237
17. General Index 239

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