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Kent Archaeological Society Newsletter Number 9 Summer 1985


Page 1   Kent Heritage Survey
               Archaeology at Work planned for Sat 29th September at Sevenoaks

Page 2   A.G.M. Sat 18th May Maidstone - Report. Afternoon lecture by Richard Harris
                   of the Weald and Downland Museum at Singleton
                Death of Sydney R. Harker 1912-1985

Page 3   Surrey Archaeological Society - Archaeological Fieldwalking Sat 26th October
                Kent Archives Office - New Searchroom opening
                Archaeology at Work- details for Sat 28th September at Sevenoaks

Page 4   Romano-British Buildings at Snodland by A.C. Harrison
                Local Historian's Evening, East Grinstead 24th May - Report
                Fieldwork Grants - applications invited

Page 5   Dartford Document Rescue Department (D.D.R.D.) by Sharon Mitchell

Page 6   Letters - A Big Thank You from Jason Monaghan, Big Response reference 
                  The Society in the 1990's from Mike Ocock, Proposed Slide Library for K.A.S.
                   from Nesta Caiger.
                Kent Archaeology Teachers Group by Ian Coulson
                Ceramic Building Materials Research Group - formation of Group

Page 7   Second Romano-British Pottery Workshop Meeting Sat 23rd March -
                   Report by Christopher St. John Breen
                Roman Samian Ware by Peter Webster
                New R.C.H.M. Office Opens - Sarah Pearson to be working at Ashford

Page 8   Godmersham Court Lodge, New K.A.S. Research & Training Excavation to
                   place during August 1985 - Tim Tatton-Brown

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