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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 107  1989  Contents  page v + vi

Contents

PAGE

List of Officers, xv; Members of Council, xvi; Committees, xvii; List of Local Secretaries,
   xviii; Members’ List, xix; Corresponding Societies, xlvii; Annual Report for the Year, lvii.
1. Anglo-Saxon monastic sign language at Christ Church, Canterbury. By David Sherlock 01
2. Development of the Kentish marshes in the aftermath of the Norman conquest. 
   By K.P. Witney

29
3. A probable hoard of late Roman bronze coins from Gravesend. 
   By Richard J. Brickstock, B.A., M.Phil.

51
4. The holiday diary of Thomas Lott: 12—22 July, 1815. By Yvette Grandfield, B.A. 63
5. Excavations at Eccles: A progress report. By A.P. Detsicas, B.A., M.A., D. Litt., F.S.A. 83
6. Swing: The years 1827—1830 as reflected in a west Kent newspaper. 
   By Shirley Burgoyne Black .

89
7. A Saxon cemetery site at Shelford Farm, Canterbury. By B.M. Ager and D. W. Dawson 107
8. Excavations at Riding Gate, Canterbury, 1986—87. By Paul Blockley, B. Sc. 117
9.

Chatham Dockyard and a little-known shipwright, Matthew Baker (1530—1613)
   By Margaret Blatcher


155
10. Granite and lime: The building of Chatham Dockyard’s first stone dry dock. 
   By Philip MacDougall

173
11. ‘King John’s Palace’, Gravesend: Some notes on a riverside Edwardian royal manor house.
    By R.H. Hiscock, LL.B., F.S.A.

193
12. Medieval undercroft, 36 High Street, Rochester. By D. Bacchus. 207
13.

Barham: The old aisled house. By E. W. Parkin

225
14. Excavations at Bigberry, near Canterbury, 1981. 
   By Kevin Blockley, M.I.F.A., and Paul Blockley, B.Sc.

239
15. Church building on Romney Marsh in the later Middle Ages. By Tim Tatton-Brown 253

Contents continued page vi

16. The Selling to Thanet trunk water-main, Phase II, 1987: An interim report. 
   By D.R.J. Perkins

267
17. Interim report on work carried out in 1989 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 281
18. Researches and discoveries in Kent 377
19. Investigations and excavations during the year 417
20. Reviews 423
21. General Index 439

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