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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 131  2011  page iv, v + vi



List of Officers and members of Council vii-viii,  Editorial Personnel viii
1. The Social Structure of New Romney as revealed in the 1381 Poll Tax Returns.
   By Sheila Sweetinburgh

2. A Review of Canterbury's Romano-British Cemeteries. By Jake Weekes 23
3. The Medieval Decorated Tile Pavement at St Mary's Church, Brook:
   the Finest Survival of the Tyler Hill Floor Tile Industry. By Irene Pellett

4. The Kentish Origins and Connections of Sir George Brown (c.1438-1483). By J.T. Driver 65
5. Excavations and Discoveries at the Romano-British Cemetery, East Hill, Dartford. By A.N. Herbert 85
6. School Exercises from Canterbury, c.1480. By Nicholas Orme 111
7. The Medieval Hospital of St Mary The Blessed Virgin, Ospringe (Maison Dieu): Further Details of
   its Original Layout Revealed by Excavations at the Fairways. By Andrew Margetts


In the Name of the Fallen: Legitimising the Great War in East Kent. By Peter Donaldson

9. Kent's Twentieth-Century Military and Civil Defences. Part 2 - Medway. By Victor T.C. Smith 159

The Development of Tonbridge seen through the Gate of its Castle: Recent Excavations at the 
   former Bank Street Stock and Cattle Market
      By Stuart Holden, Gillian Draper, Chris Jarrett and Damian Goodburn

11. The Roman Villa at Minster in Thanet. Part 8: The Pottery. By Malcolm Lyne 231
12. Profession and Death at Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1207-1534. By Joe Connor 277
13. A Mesolithic Site at Tong's Meadow, West Street, Harrietsham. By Paul Riccoboni and Dan Swift 291
14. Rose of Dover (d. 1261), Richard of Chilham and an Inheritance in Kent. By Richard Cassidy 305

An Archaeological Interpretative Survey of the Old Castle, Scotney, Lamberhurst: Part 1
   - The Medieval Period. By David Martin, Barbara Martin and Jane Clubb


The Storage of Canterbury Cathedral Archives and their Travels 1541-1967. By Margaret Sparks


Contents continued page v


Early Roman Evidence for Intensive Cultivation and Malting of Spelt Wheat at Nonington.
By Richard Helm and Wendy Carruthers


Early Modern Thanet: a Closed or Open Society? Evidence from a Study of Marriage Making and
   Marriage Horizons C.1560-C.1620. By Gill Wyatt

19. An Iron Age and Romano-British Site on Wood Hill, Kingsdown, near Deal. By Keith Parfitt 393
20. Reviews
   Richard Helm and Jon Rady, Excavations at Market Way, St Stephen s, Canterbury
   Martyn Waller, Elizabeth Edwards and Luke Barber (eds), Romney Marsh: 
      Persistence and Change in a Coastal Lowland
Stuart Brookes and Sue Harrington, The Kingdom and People of Kent AD 400-1066: 
      Their History and Archaeology 
Sheila Sweetinburgh (ed.), Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540 
Meriel Connor, John Stone s Chronicle: Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1417-1472
Helen Clarke, Sarah Pearson, Mavis Mate and Keith Parfitt, Sandwich, The 'completest medieval
      town in England'. A study of the town and port from its origin to 1600.
Jeremy Hodgkinson, British Cast-Iron Firebacks of the 16th to Mid 18th Centuries
Robert Sackville-West, Inheritance. The story of Knole and the Sackvilles
Christopher Scoble, Letters from Bishopsbourne: three writers in an English Village
   Reg Hamilton, Colony. Strange origins of one of the earliest modern democracies
J. P. Hollingsworth, 'Those Dirty Miners': a History of the Kent Coalfield
Heather Stennett and K.H. Mclntosh (eds), An East Kent Quintet. Voices from Sturry, 
      Fordwich, Hersden, Broad Oak and Westbere
Robert Turcan, Dover Through Time
Robert Turcan, Faversham Through Time
Martin Easdown and Linda Sage, Hythe Through Time 
Andrew Ashbee, Alfred Hambrook's Mid-Kent Through Time
John Clancy, Milton Regis Through Time
   Biddenden in Pictures: People, Places, Events





Contents continued page vi

21. Kentish Bibliography 2010 439
22. Obituaries 457
23. Notes on the Contributors 461
24. Annual Report and Accounts 465
25. Committees of the Society 472
26. New members 473
27. General Index 475

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