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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 86  1971  page 126
Eynsford Castle and its Excavation. 
By S. E. Rigold, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S.
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Fig. 3.  Eynsford Castle: Excavation Plan.

   The position of an early central tower (OT), antecedent to the hall and contemporaneous with the lower stage of the curtain, is marked on the surface. It will be discussed in the excavation section.
   The foregoing description is without prejudice to absolute dating. The architectural detail is slight; the plans allow some latitude of date; the associated pottery provides a comparative dating but has few

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