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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 92  1976  Contents  page v + vi



List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xv; List of Local• Secretaries, xvi; Corresponding Societies, xvii—xviii; List of Members, xix—xlv.
Annual Report for the Year 1976
1. The Making of the agrarian Landscape of Kent.
   By Professor A. M. Everitt, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S.

2. Orientation at Finglesham: Sunrise Dating of Death and Burial in an Anglo-Saxon
   Cemetery in east Kent. By Sonia Chadwick Hawkes, MA., F.S.A

3. Ratling Court, Aylesham. By E. W. Parkin. . . 53
4. The Term ‘Logh’ in medieval Kentish Documents. By C. L. Sinclair Williams. 65
5. More decorative Ironwork. By D. Stephenson 73
6. Excavations at Lansdowne Road, Tonbridge, 1972 and 1976. 
   By Anthony D. F. Streeten, BA.

7. A Lower Thames Ford and the Campaigns of 54 B.C. and A.D. 43. By Patrick Thornhill, B.A. 119
8. New structural Evidence regarding Bell Harry Tower and the south-east Spire at Canterbury.
   By Cecil Hewett and Tim Tatton-Brown.

9. Pillared Deneholes at Stankey Wood, Bexley. By R. F. Le Gear. 137
10. London and north-west Kent in the later Middle Ages: The Development of a Land Market.
   By Ann Brown. . . .

11. Excavations at Eccles, 1975. By A. P. Detsicas, MA., F.S.A. 157
12. Ridge-and-Furrow in Kent. By Professor W. R. Mead and Dr. R.J.P.Kain. 165
13. A Moated Site at Moat Farm, Leigh, Kent. By J. H. Parfitt, B.Sc. (Econ.). 173
14. Wage Labour on a Kentish Manor: Meopham, 1307—75. By Nigel R. Goose. 203

contents continued page vi

15. Researches and Discoveries in Kent: 225
   A Fragment of a Merovingian rounded-plaque Buckle from the Anglo-Saxon
      Cemetery at Sarre

   A ‘Bellarmine’ Bottle from Hook Green, Lamberhurst. 227
   Excavations at St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, 1975 228
    Archaeological Notes from Maidstone Museum 229
   Archaeological Notes from the Royal Museum, Canterbury. 233
   Excavations in 1976 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 235
16. Investigations and Excavations during the Year. 247
   I. Reports on Excavations supported by the Society. . 247
   II. Reports from Local Secretaries and Groups 249
17. Reviews 257
18. Obituaries. 271
19. Notes for the Guidance of Contributors 275
20. General Index 279

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