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        Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 103  1986  Contents  page v + vi



List of Officers, xiii; Members of Council, xiv; Committees, xvi; List of Local Secretaries, xvi;
    Members’ List, xvii; Annual Report for the Year, liii.
1. The southern Defences of medieval Rochester
   By Colin Flight, M.A., and A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.

2. The west Front of Rochester Cathedral: The interior Design. By J. Philip McAleer, F.S.A 27
3. Architectural Notes on St. Michael’s Church, Offham. By P.J. Tester, F.S.A. 45
4. Tonbridge Free Public Library, 1881—1900. By Gwenyth Hodge, Dip. Loc. Hist. (Kent) 53
5. Kent Apothecaries’ and Barber-Surgeons’ Tokens and their Issuers. 
   By Dr. T. Douglas Whittet

6. Rescue Excavations in the Outer Court of St. Augustine’s Abbey, 1983—84. 
   By Paul Bennett.

7. The Condition of Kentish Churches before Victorian Restoration. 
   By Nigel Yates, M.A., F. R. Hist. S.

8. The Font at the Church of St. Clement, Sandwich and the Hallum-Berney Problem. 
   By J.B. Rosseter.


A Roman Building Remnant at Thurnham: Excavations 1933. By Paul Ashbee

10. A Study of Clay Objects found at Charing. By M.R. Lovering and P.M. Winzar 159
11. Newington, near Hythe: The threatened Village. By E. W. Parkin 167
12. Interim Report on Work carried out in 1986 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 191

Researches and Discoveries in Kent:
   Sevenoaks District Architectural History Group.
   Kent Skillet Makers
   The Roman Pottery Kiln at New Ash Green
   A Denehole at Kingsdown near Sittingbourne


Contents continued page vi

   A monumental Brass in Maidstone Museum.
   Archaeological Notes from Maidstone Museum
14. Investigations and Excavations during the Year 261
15. Reviews 263
16. General Index 273

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