Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 95 1979 Contents page v + vi
|List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xv; Lists of Local Secretaries, xvi|
|Annual Report for the Year 1979|
|1.||A romanesque Capital from Canterbury at Chartham. By George Zarnecki||01|
|2.||The Date of the Parish-Boundary of Minster-in-Thanet (Kent). By D. W. Rollason||07|
Excavation at Prior’s Gate House, Rochester 1976—77.
By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A. and D. Williams, Dip. A.D..
|4.||Social and economic Characteristics of
Witchcraft Accusations in sixteenth and
seventeenth-century Kent. By Adrian Pollock, B.Sc., A.M., Ph.D
|5.||Plate from a lost Oxford College. By Charles Oman .||49|
Entrepôt Policy versus Projects for Perquisites in the Administration of
The Dispute over Charges for passing the Boom, 1635—38. By J. S. Kepler
|7.||The Codification of the Customs of Kent. By C. L. Sinclair Williams||65|
The Excavation of the Hospital of St. Mary of Ospringe, commonly called Maison Dieu.
By G. H. Smith
|9.||Romanesque Wall-Paintings in the Cathedral Church of Christ Church, Canterbury. By K. Flynn||185|
|10.||The Old Canonry and Canon Cottage, Wingham. By E. W. Parkin||197|
A Plan and architectural Description of the medieval Remains of Davington Priory.
By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. . .
contents continued page vi
|12.||Mascall’s Privateers. By W. R. Meyer||213|
|13.||The votive Column from the Roman Temple Precinct at Springhead. By T. F. C. Blagg, M.A.||223|
|14.||Clay Tobacco Pipes from Chatham. By D. E. Williams||231|
|15.||Oasts in Kent and East Sussex, Part II. By Anthony Cronk, F.S.A., F.R.S.A.||241|
|16.||Malaria: Its Influence on a north Kent Community. By Philip MacDougall||255|
|17.||Researches and Discoveries in Kent:||265|
|Interim Report on Excavations in 1979 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust||265|
|A Sketch-Plan of Boxley Abbey||278|
|Benjamin Harrison—Three unpublished Letters .||279|
|Sevenoaks District Architectural History||282|
|Three Burials from St. Margaret’s Street, Rochester||284|
|Two Palaeolithic Flint Tools found in the London Borough of Bromley||286|
A Re-assessment of some Features of the
medieval House in the Joyden’s
Wood square Earthwork .
|The Date of Philip Chute’s Death||290|
|A medieval Pottery Lamp from All Saints Church, Maidstone||292|
|Archaeological Notes from Maidstone Museum . .||294|
|Five first Century B.C. Coins from Gaul found recently in east Kent||298|
|18.||Investigations and Excavations during the Year||301|
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