Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 99 1983 Contents page v + vi
|List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xv; List of Local Secretaries, xvi; Corresponding Societies, xvii; Membersí List, xix; Annual Report for the Year, liii; Rules, lxx.|
|1.||Joint Kingship in Kent c. 560 to 785. By Dr. Barbara A.E. Yorke||1|
|2.||Three Pieces of ninth-century
Anglo-Saxon ornamental Metalwork in the
Royal Museum, Canterbury. By James Graham-Campbell
|3.||The Account of George Nycholl
for St. Augustineís,1552ó1553.
By D. Sherlock
|4.||The Reclamation of Romney
Marsh: Some Aspects reconsidered.
By Jill Eddison, M.A
|5.||An Anglo-Saxon cruciform Brooch from Lyminge. By B.M.Ager||59|
|6.||Three agricultural Chalk Mines
in north-west Kent.
By R.F. LeGear, A.A.I.S
|7.||Some Evidence on the Smuggling
of Fullerís Earth from the Medway
Estuary during the seventeenth Century. By V.E. Morant, M.A. (Lond.)
|8.||Excavation at Hill Road, Wouldham. By R.J. Cruse, B.Sc. and A.C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A||81|
|9.||Nicholas Charlesís Notes on Cudham and Downe. By Nicholas Rogers, M.A||109|
|10.||Recent Fieldwork around Canterbury. By Tim Tatton Brown||115|
Contents continued page vi
|11.||A fresh Look at the Reculver Parish Clerkís Story. By Harold Gough||133|
|12.||The Significance of the west Front of Rochester Cathedral. By Philip McAleer||139|
|13.||The parochial Library of All
Saints, Maidstone, and other Kentish parochial Libraries.
By Nigel Yates
|14.||Architectural Notes on St. Paulís Cray Church. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A||175|
|15.||Sionís Saint: John Turner of Sutton Valence. By R.J. Acheson, M.A., Ph.D||183|
|16.||The Woodruff Collection. By Jason Monaghan, B.Sc||199|
|17.||The Devolution of Bookland in
ninth-century Kent: A Note on BCS 538 (S 319).
By Richard Abels .
|18.||The Allarde Brasses. By Leslie A. Smith||225|
|19.||Some Mirrors from Roman Canterbury. By G. Lloyd-Morgan, B.A., Ph.D., F.S.A||231|
|20.||Interim Report on Work in 1983 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust||237|
|21.||Researches and Discoveries in
Benjamin Harrison and Henry Stopes
The Castelayn Brass in Bexley Church
A post-medieval Pottery Group from a Well in Rochester
A Note on a fragmentary Bone end-blown Pipe from a medieval
House Site at Stonar, near Sandwich.
Two Flint Axes from Lower Hailing at Chart Sutton.
Sevenoaks District Architectural History Group
The Isle of Thanet Archaeological Unit. .
An intensive Ditching System in the Wicks south-west of Lydd
Contents continued page vii
|22.||Investigations and Excavations during the Year||287|
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