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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 104  1987  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.
1. Some early Anglo-Saxon Objects from east Kent. By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes 01
2. A Petty Constableís Accounts Book. By F.D. Johns, M.A., Dip.Arch. (Lond.) 09
3. Late Roman Belt-fittings from Canterbury. By B.M. Ager 25
4. Owletts Barn, Cobham. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A. 33
5. Further Investigation of the Acheulian Site at Cuxton. By R.J. Cruse 39
6. Queen Elizabeth I at Tilbury and in Kent. By Marion Colthorpe 83
7. The Period of Mercian Rule in Kent, and a Charter of A.D. 811. By K.P. Witney 87
8. Desmaistres as the Origin of the Name Demetrius in the James Family of Ightham. 
   By G.C.R. Morris, M.A., D.M., M.R.C.P.

115
9.

Excavations at St. Martinís Hill, Canterbury, 1984ó85. By Jonathan Rady

123
10. The Jutish Cemetery at Half Mile Ride, Margate: A Re-appraisal. By D.R.J. Perkins 219
11. A Beaker (?) Burial Monument and a Late Bronze Age Assemblage from East Northdown,
    Margate. By G.H. Smith

237
12. Interim Report on Work carried out in 1987 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 291
13.

Researches and Discoveries in Kent

333
14. Investigations and Excavations during the Year 387
15. Reviews 389
16. Obituaries 413
17. General Index 416

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