Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 96 1980 Contents page v + vi
|List of Officers, xvii; Members of Council, xviii Committees, xix; List of Local Secretaries, xx; Corresponding Societies, xxi ; Members' List, xxiii.|
|Annual Report for the Year 1980 . . . . . . . . . .||xlvi|
|1.||John de Berwyke and the Consuctudines Kancie. By F. Hull, B.A., Ph.D., D.Litt., F.R.Hist.S||01|
|2.||The Hospital of St. Stephen and St. Thomas,
New Romney: The documentary Evidence.
By A. F. Butcher.
|3.||Excavations at the 'Old Palace', Bekesbourne, near Canterbury. By Tim Tatton-Brown||27|
|4.||Charles Oxenden. By Philip H. Blake. .||59|
|5.||Hydrocephalus in an Anglo-Saxon Child from
By Keith Manchester, M.B., B.S., B.Sc., F.R.A.I.
|6.||The Typology and Age of the Fordwich Handaxes. By A. M. Ashmore||83|
The Lowy of Tonbridge and the Lands of the Clare Family in Kent,
Archaeological Work along the A2: 1966-1974. By Nigel Macpherson- Grant. .
|9.||A three-week Holiday in Ramsgate during July and August 1829. By John Whyman||185|
|10.|| The animal Bones from the Excavation of the Hospital of
St. Mary of Ospringe.
By Sheilagh M. Wall.
|11.||Four minor Sites excavated by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust,
By Paul Bennett, Nigel Macpherson- Grant and Paul Blockley
Recent Investigations at the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Darenth Park Hospital, Dartford.
By R.M. Walsh
|13.||Greenhill Bronze Age Site, Otford. By J.A. Pyke||321|
Contents continued page viii
|14.||The Milton Blockhouse, Gravesend: Research and Excavation. By Victor T. C. Smith, B.A||341|
|15.||Researches and Discoveries in Kent:||363|
|The ‘Priest’ House at Smallhythe: A false Identification?||363|
|Sevenoaks District Architectural History||366|
|Excavations at Eastry||368|
|Pipemakers of the Medway Towns||368|
|Remains of the medieval Sacristy of St. Helen’s Church, Cliffe-at-Hoo||369|
|A Crucifix from the Maison Dieu, Ospringe||372|
|A stamped Mortarium from Higham||377|
|Some Sites in north Kent||378|
|Two Deposits of nineteenth-century Clay Tobacco Pipe Kiln Waste from Chatham||382|
|Canterbury City Museums||383|
|A Head of a Roman Bronze Figurine found near Canterbury||385|
|The Brass to Alice Drayton in St. Mary’s Church, Horton Kirby||386|
|Lost eighteenth-century Charity Boards formerly in St.Mary’s Church, Bexley||391|
|A bronze Amulet from Boughton Aluph||394|
|A Grave Group from Barming||396|
|16.||Interim Report on Excavations in 1980 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust||396|
|17.||Investigations and Excavations during the Year||411|
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