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Kent Archaeological Society Newsletter Number 7 Autumn 1984


Page 1   The Challenge of Romney Marsh by Jill Eddison
                Archaeology at Work planned for Sat 29th September in Faversham

Page 2   Autumn Excursion - Visit to Abbey Wood and London 6th October 1984
                Two Ways To Save Money - Bankers Orders and Covenants

Page 3   A.G.M. 19th May - Results of elections. Afternoon lecture by Tim Tatton-Brown
                  of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust in the Canterbury Cathedral Precincts
                Aerial Archaeology & Romney Marsh by Neil Aldridge
                Notice of forthcoming excavation at Northdown, Margate

Page 4   Tyland Barn Project by Andrew Proctor
                Excavation and Fieldwork Grants - applications invited
                Kent Archaeology Teachers Group by Ian Coulson
                Lord Cornwallis Memorial Appeal

Page 5   Archaeology at Work - details for Sat 29th September in Faversham

Page 6   Learning About Archaeology by Tom Blagg
                Romano-British Pottery Workshop 24th March - report by Jason Monaghan

Page 7   Letterbox - Thurnham, Bingham and Stockbury Castles from Alan Ward.
                   Walter Colepepper from E.A. Cobby. Northwood-Norton families (1180-166)
                   from James G. Dempsey. Bird Bones from Miss E.P. Allinson.
                   Tannery Sites from Mrs Pat Winzar
                Bookshelf - Kentish Visitations of Archbishop William Warham & his Deputies
                   1511-1512. New Maidstone Goal. Faversham Heritage Guide. Hoath & Herne.

Page 8   Courses, Evening Classes and Day Meetings.
                The Museum of Rural Life

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