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        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
3. 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
6. Entrepôt Policy versus Projects for Perquisites in the Administration of Dover Harbour:
  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
8. 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
11. 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   Benjamin Harrison—Three unpublished Letters . 279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
19. Reviews 309
20. Obituary 317
21. General Index 319

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