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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 99  1983  Contents  page v + vi

Contents

PAGE
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

21
3. The Account of George Nycholl for St. Augustineís,1552ó1553. 
   By
D. Sherlock

25
4. The Reclamation of Romney Marsh: Some Aspects reconsidered. 
   By
Jill Eddison, M.A 

47
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 

67
7. Some Evidence on the Smuggling of Fullerís Earth from the Medway
   Estuary during the seventeenth Century. By
V.E. Morant, M.A. (Lond.) 

73
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

159
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
.

219
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 Kent
    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
    Chalk.

    Contents continued page vii

    Aldington
    Decoy Farm, High Halstow
    The Wrench Memorial Window at Stowting
    Pre-Roman Horizons and Sites at Cliffe
    New Light on the Canterbury late-Roman Treasure

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22. Investigations and Excavations during the Year 287
23. Reviews  293
24. General Index 305

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