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Kent Archaeological Society Newsletter Number 2 Autumn 1982

Contents

Page 1   A Major Find in Canterbury - Anglo-Saxon Pedant by Tim Tatton-Brown
                Field Archaeology Meeting, Rochester - Aerial Archaeology

Page 2   A New President - Derek Ingram Hill
                A.G.M. 1982 - Report of
                News from the Library by Peter Draper

Page 3   Letterbox - British Association of Local History - John Bynoe
                                   Information Systems in Archaeology & Local History - Dan Jones
                News from the Library by Peter Draper continued
                Two Affiliated Societies Win Awards - K.A.R.U.'s work at Dover,
                    - Canterbury Archaeological Trust for work at Marlowe Theatre excavations

Page 4   Canterbury Archaeological Trust, work in Canterbury by Tim Tatton-Brown

Page 5   Canterbury Archaeological Trust, work in Canterbury continued
                Canterbury Archaeological Trust Publications - list off

Page 6   Archaeology in Orpington by Barrie Bull
                A message to all members - Ian Bouskill, Publicity Officer

Page 7   Bookshelf - The Church of St Peter & St Paul, Ash near Wrotham
                                     The Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral 1541-1982
                Lecture Diary

Page 8   Lecture Diary  continued

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