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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 92  1976  pages 173 to 201

A Moated Site at Moat Farm, Leigh, Kent 
by J.H. Parfitt, B.Sc. (Econ.)

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174 Fig1 Location of Moat Farm, Leigh.JPG (160486 bytes)

176 Fig 2 Moated Site, Moat Farm, Leigh.JPG (104286 bytes) 178 Fig 3 Plan of Building 'A'.JPG (109189 bytes) 182 Fig 4 Plan of Building 'B'.JPG (102946 bytes)

184 Fig 5 Paludina Limestone Mortar.JPG (92087 bytes)

188 Fig 6 Drawings of Coarse Ware Bowels etc.JPG (95270 bytes)

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Paludina Limestone Mortar
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Medieval Pottery
190 Fig 7 Drawings of Coarse Ware Cooking-pots.JPG (98268 bytes) 192 Fig 8 Drawings of various Coarse Ware Vessels.JPG (114487 bytes) 193 Fig 9 Drawings of Coarse Ware Jugs.JPG (124634 bytes) 196 Fig 10 Drawings of Glazed Jugs & Bowls.JPG (101195 bytes) 199 Fig 11 Drawings of Roofing Tiles & Stone.JPG (109977 bytes) 200 Fig 12 Drawing of Copper Alloys & Lead.JPG (70577 bytes)

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Medieval Pottery

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Medieval Pottery

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Medieval Pottery
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Medieval Pottery

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Medieval Tile

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Small finds

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