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Kent Archaeological Society Newsletter Number 5 Winter 1984

Contents

Page 1   by F.H. Thompson

Page 2   Editorial - 
                Archaeology at Work, Report by Mrs P. Winzar
                New Membership Secretary - Mrs M. Lawrence

Page 3   Letters - Topographical Picture Survey from John Owen, Request for help with 
                   Research into churches in North West Kent from E.G. Lane.
                   John Green, emigrated to South Africa from G. Stanhope-Lovell, 
                   Archaeology at Work from Margaret Cufflin,
                   Proposal for Prize-giving Project from Peter Draper 

Page 4   Public Open Days at Horsman's Place, Dartford by Chris Baker & Michael Bryant

Page 5   Public Open Days at Horsman's Place continued
                Romano-British Pottery Workshop planned by Ted Connell
                Table for K.A.S. Library 

Page 6   Bookshelf - Lullingstone Park - The Evolution of a Medieval Deer Park
                    by Susan Pittman, The Cantiaci by Alec Detsicas, 
                    The Roman Pottery of Kent by Richard Pollard
                Summer Excursions - Planned visit to New Romney and Lydd 26th May.
                   Planned visit to Smallhythe Place 7th July

Page 7   New Local Studies Library at Springfield, Maidstone

Page 8   Diary
                Excavations at Oldbury Hillfort, Ightham 1983 continued from page 1

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