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GENERAL INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations
Adams, Sophia, 'The contents and context
of the Boughton Malherbe Late Bronze
Hoard' 37-64
JElfstan, Abbot 214-15
JEscingas 4-5
JEthelberht (I), king 4, 13, 14, 19, 78, 201,
206, 210, 211
JEthelberht II 207
JEthelburh, Queen 201-19
JEthelhun 3
Albert, co-Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg
5, 6, 7, 14
Alcotes, Richard 190, 193
Algood, John and Constance, ostclothmaker 192
altars, Roman 165, 168, 169
Arnet, Margaret 188
Andrew and Wren, map (1768) 84
Andrews, Phil et al., Digging at the Gateway.
The Archaeology of the East Kent Access
(Phase II), reviewed 309-11
Anglo-Saxon/Saxon period 4
church dedication and minster, Lyminge
201-26
dens 232
early Saxon settlement 237
horses (depiction of) 1-36
see also Canterbury, Barton Court Grammar
School; pottery
animal, bird and fish bone
badger 67
bird 68, 73
cattle 67, 68, 73
dog 67, 71
dog skeleton 272
fish 68, 71, 73
horse 67, 71, 262, 272
horse skeleton 76
ox 262
pig 67, 71, 73
roe deer 67
sheep/goat 67, 68, 71, 73
whale 274
see also Canterbury, Barton Court Grammar
School; Minnis Bay
Appledore 235, 244
arrowhead, flint, Neolithic 275
Ashbee, Andrew, Zeal Unabated: The Life of
Thomas Fletcher Waghorn (1800-1850),
reviewed 319-21
Ashingdon 3
Atkyn, Beatrice, huckster 194
axes
Neolithic, flint 276
Bronze Age see Boughton Malherbe
Bachelere, Godelena and Robert 198 n.36
Baldwin, Robert, 'Antiquarians, Victorian par­
sons and re-writing the past: How Lyminge
parish church acquired an invented dedicat­
ion' 201-26
Baron, Michael, The Royal Heads Bells of
England and Wales, reviewed 316-17
barrow mound(?) 137, 138, 146
barrows and barrow sites 129-30, 145, 146,
206, 223 n.25
Barton, Lester 265, 266
Basford, Hazel, book review by 316-17
beads, Roman glass 89, 100, 272
Beck, G.J.D' A (Jimmy) 260-2, 267, 277
Beckley (Sussex) 228
Bede 2, 4, 6, 7, 70, 201, 203, 207, 208, 209,
210,211,213,217,218,219
beetle remains 272
Belle, Johanna, brothel keeper 187
Benenden 228,230,237,238,239,240,242,
245
Berry, William 19
Bertelot, Isabel 192
Bertha, Frankish princess 206, 210
Berthona, Nicholas de 81
Bertyn, Constance and Robert 187, 198 n.33
Best, Robert 82
Bexley, Pulham garden 299
Bickley, Pulham garden 299
Bigge, John, brewer 188
bird bone see animal bone
Blaeu, Joan 16
Blanning, Elizabeth, book review by 311-12
343
GENERAL INDEX
Bodiam (Sussex) 228, 237, 239, 240, 242,
244,245,249
Bolney, Edward and Agnes 195
Borach, Katherine, brothel keeper 187
Borough, William, naval officer 153, 162 n.19
Boughton Malherbe, Bronze Age hoard 37-64
axes 41,43,44,45,46,53,57,58,60,61
bucket fragment (vessel) 40, 42
casting waste (copper alloy) and metal­
working 40, 41, 42, 43, 53, 55, 59, 60
ingots 40, 41, 42, 53, 54, 58, 60
moulds (axe moulds) 41, 42, 44, 53, 55, 56,
57,58,61
personal ornament 40, 41, 42, 43, 49, 51,
53,61
plaques 42, 43, 49, 52, 57-8, 60
spearheads 41, 42, 49, 50, 53, 57, 58
swords 37,41,42,43,44,48,49,58,60
tools and knives 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 47, 57,
60
Boughton Monchelsea, chest 121, 122
Bous, Juliana 186
bracelets, LBA hoard 42, 43, 49
bracteates, Frankish/North Sea styles 4
Brasenose College, Oxford, Bursar's Chest
121
brewers 188
brick kilns 291
briquetage (salt-making), Bronze Age 267
Broadley, Rose, 'The Roman villa at Minster
in Thanet. Part 11: The glass' 89-103
Braid, Johanna 191
Bromley, Pulham garden 299
Bronze Age, hoard 37-64; see also Minnis
Bay; pottery
brooch/fibula, Late Iron Age 272
brooches, Frankish/North Sea styles 4
Brookland, tokens 18
bucket fragment, Bronze Age 40, 42
bucket hoop 264
bucket stave, Late Iron Age 272
Burford, Battle of 2-3
Burghley, Lord, William Cecil 160, 163 n.25
burials 70; see also Minnis Bay
Camden, William 11, 12, 156, 160-1, 209
Camden Hill 238, 239
Candidus, Hugh, monk 210
Canterbury
arms of 33 n.85
Augustine House, temple site 92
Barton Court Grammar School (Longport),
excavations 65-88
Anglo-Saxon 65-70, 77
animal bone 67-8, 77
combs, bone 68, 69
pin 69
pits 65, 67, 77
plant remains 68
pottery 67, 68, 73
utensil, copper alloy 68-9, 69
early medieval period, ditch and pits
70-2
plant remains 71
pottery 71
late medieval 72-4, 81
building 71, 72-3
hollow-way (trackway) 71, 72, 73, 74
post-medieval/post Dissolution 74-6, 82
animal bone 67-8, 71, 73, 77, 81
documentary sources (Longport) 78-85
dovecote 81, 82
plant remains 68, 71, 73
pond (Court Sole) 81, 84
Christ Church Priory 183, 214, 217
home farm (barton) 78, 81
City War memorial 20
'Conduit Meadow' 70
Kent College 19
medieval chest in St John's Hospital 105,
107, 109, 110-11, 112, 113, 114, 115,
116,117,118,120,122,123,124
Pulham garden 299
Queen Bertha's Chapel 70
Roman roads 237
StAugustine'sAbbey 69-70, 77, 78
Home Farm (barton) 65-88
relics 210,211, 214-15, 217
St Gregory's Priory 209,210,211, 214-15,
217,218
St Martin's Church 70, 206
St Martin's Hill 70
tileries 74
women, businesswomen and trades in the
15th-century economy 179-99
Canterbury Archaeological Trust 65
Carr, Roy 262, 264
cartography 149-63
Castel, Alice 198 n. 3 3
casting waste (copper alloy), Boughton Mal­
herbe, Bronze Age hoard 41, 42, 43, 53,
55,59,60
Ceolnoth, archbishop 216
Challock, mural in church 279, 280, 281
Cheney, Sir Thomas 82
Cheriton Hill, White Horse 22
Chesshyre, Catherine and William 85
Chester-Kadwell, Brendan, 'Changing patterns
ofrouteways in the landscape of the eastern
High Weald from the end of the Roman
period to the building of the turnpikes' 227-
55
chests, medieval, 'Kentish Gothic' 105-28
Chislet 79
344
GENERAL INDEX
Chyrche, Margaret, goldsmith's widow 187
Clare, Jolm, pelterer 192
Classis Britannica tiles 301-8
clay tobacco pipes, St Augustine's Abbey
Home Farm 75, 76
Clerk, Emma and Leonard 193
Clerys, Alice, huckster 192
Cliffsend, Thanet 142
cliff top pits see Minnis Bay
Clothilde, St 203, 206
Clynk, Edward, cook 193
Cnut, king 214
Cobham Golf Course, pottery 142
Coenwulf, king 215,216
coms
horse motifs 1, 3
'Potin' 257
Roman 166, 203, 205
post-medieval, George II 74
combs, bone 68, 69
Compton, Idonea 198 n.33
Conway, Sir Martin 109
Cotton, Henry Perry 257
Cranbrook 228, 229, 238, 240, 244
Roman tiles 307
Croser, Isabel, upholder 192
Croser, William, corveser 192
Cukowe, Thomas and Johanna 198 n.36
Curran, Susan, The Wife of Cobham, reviewed
324
Cwoenthryth, abbess 216
Dartford 151, 152
Davies, Gordon 290 n.6
Davies, Malcolm, 'The findings of various
archaeological investigations at the Roman
naval fort, Stutfall Castle, Lympne, 2014-
16' 165-78
dendrochronology, medieval chests 116, 117,
120, 122
dens, Saxon 232
Dersingham (Norfolk), chest 118
Deve, Robert 110
Devey, George, architect 291, 293
Digges, Thomas 156, 160
Dingleden 239
Doidge, W. and H., map (1752) 84
Domesday Book 79
High Weald settlement 232
Lyminge churches 207
Newenden 231
Dover 161
Roman tiles 305, 307
Dover Archaeological Group 129
dragon (draco) symbol 2-4, 5
Drayton, Michael 14, 15
Eadbold 201, 209, 210
Eadburg (Eadburh), St 201, 208-19
Eanflaed 207
Eanswythe 208
Earconberht, king 4
earring, gold, Roman 272
East Wear Bay, Folkestone 301-8
Edward IV 183
Edwards, Elizabeth, books reviewed by 318-
19, 323-4
Edwin, king of Northumbria 201, 203, 207,
208, 209, 210
Elham, Annunciation mural in church 279-
90
Elliott, Simon, Sea Eagles of Empire: The
Classis Britannica and the Battles for
Britain, reviewed 311-12
Essele, Emma 191
Ethelburga, St 201, 208-19
Eves, Robert, rector 212,213,219
Ewhurst (Sussex), routeways 228, 229, 244,
245, 249-51
Eyden, Philip, Dover s Forgotten Commando
Raid. Operation Abercrombie: The Raid
on Hardelot, reviewed 324-5
Faunt, Will 195
Faversham
Homestall Farm map 160
medieval chest in St Mary of Charity
Church 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 113,
114,115,116,117,120,122,123,124
Feyset, Cecily, brewer 188
fish bone see animal bone
flint knapping 136, 138, 144-5, 146, 147, 272
flints
prehistoric 129, 132, 136, 137, 138, 139,
142-5, 147
Mesolithic 206
flint working, Neolithic, Minnis Bay 277
Florence, monk 210
Folkestone
East Wear Bay 301-8
minster 208
Pulham garden 299
Roman villa 301-2, 307
footwear (leather), Iron Age and medieval
264,272,274,277
Fordwich 70
Fydhole, Jolm 191
garden, at Norrington 291-9
George I 17, 17, 18-19
George II 17
George, William and wife 190
Gerard, Laurence and Clemencia, corvesers
192
345
GENERAL INDEX
Gibbons, Vera and Trevor, 'The remarkable
multi-period finds at Minnis Bay, Birch­
ington: the major contribution to inter­
tidal zone archaeology made by Antoinette
Powell-Cotton (1913-1997)' 257-78
Gibson, Edmund 16
glass, Roman
polychrome mosaic bowl/cup 92-3, 94, 96,
101, 102
re-worked window glass (inlay?) 99-100,
101, 102
vessel 89-96, 100-2
window glass 89, 96-102
see also beads
Gobelinus Person, historian 6, 7, 11, 14, 16
Goldbeter, Celia 191
'Goresend' port 259
Goscelin of St Bertin 209-11, 214, 217-18
Goudhurst
Pulham garden 299
tradesmen's tokens 18, 18
Graveney, medieval chest 117
Gravesend, Pulham garden 299
Gryme, Margaret 187
Haddon, Petronella 194
Halewell, Thomas 195
Halke, Margaret, chandler 192
Halke, Sampson, chandler 192
Hammond family 291
Harold, king 3
Harrietsham, Pulham garden 299
Harris, Lord 24
Harris, Richard, map 16
Hasted, Edward 12, 19,209
Hastings 230, 237, 244
Hastings, Battle of 3
Hawkes, Christopher 257, 261-2, 268,277
Hawkhurst 238, 239, 240, 244, 249
tokens 18
hay rake 264
Helm, Richard, and Sheila Sweetinburgh,
'The Home Farm of St Augustine's
Abbey, Canterbury, before and after the
Dissolution' 65-88
Hemsted 237, 239
Hengest and Horsa 1-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11-14,
12, 15, 17, 18, 19, 23
Henry of Huntingdon 30 n.23
Henry V 186, 190
Henry VIII 151, 153, 156, 159
Herbert, Sir Edward 82
Hereford Cathedral Library, manuscript 201,
217,218
Hero wreck 257,258,261,262
Hexden Channel 228,230, 234, 235, 239, 243,
245,249,251
Hicks, Alison, et al., Medieval Town and
Augustinian Friary: Settlement c. 13 25-
1700. Canterbury Whitefriars Excavations
1999-2004, reviewed 312-14
High Weald, routeways 227-55
Hobard, Johanna, vintner 192-3
Hobbs, Peter, 'A Pulham garden rediscovered
at Norrington' 291-9
Hogyn, Felicia 190
horse-hoodening 3
horse symbols 1-36
Hoskins, Richard see Parfitt, Keith
Hosteler, Henry 199 n.62
Hougham, Charles, Henry, and William 84-5
Hougham, Solomon 84
Hugh, Abbot 79
human bones, Minnis Bay 261,265,266,272
Ightham Mote 19
ingots, Boughton Malherbe, Bronze Age 40,
41,42,53,54,58,60
inhumation see Minnis Bay
inter-tidal zone archaeology, Minnis Bay 257-
78
Iron Age see Minnis Bay; pottery
Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society 276
Isle of Thanet Geographical Society 267
Jackson, Ian, and Keith Robinson (eds), Of the
North Kent Marshes, reviewed 323-4
Jenkins, Robert, canon 212,213
John of Sturry 79
John of Tynemouth 211, 218
Joynes, Daphne, 'The ElhamAnnunciation by
John Ward R.A.' 279-90
Jutes 4, 5
Kemp, Clement 82
Kensham 243
Kensham Green, Rolvenden 239,245,249
Kent Archaeological Society 89, 212
Kent Ditch 228, 229, 237
Kent Gardens Trust, Capability Brown in Kent,
reviewed 318-19
Kent Insurance Company 19
Killingray, David, book reviewed by 322-3
'Kings of Britain roll' 7-10
Knelle Dam 235, 238, 243
ladder, LBA/EIA 272, 273, 277
Lambarde, William, antiquarian 10-11, 151,
154-5, 156, 159-60, 208,211,218
Lamberhurst, Pulham garden 299
Lanfranc, archbishop 210,214,215,218
Larkin, James, organist 281, 288
Lawrence, Margaret see Oldham, Paul
leather, Late Iron Age and medieval (shoes)
264,272,274,277
346
GENERAL INDEX
leather industry 185
Lee, John a, wife of, cook 193
Leland, John 153,156,209,211
Litcham (Norfolk), medieval chest in All
Saints Church 105, 108, 109, 111, 113,
115,116,118, 124-5
Little Delce, estate map 151
Lloyd, James, 'The Saxon steed and the White
Horse of Kent' 1-3
London, Chatham and Dover railway 85
insignia on Blackfriars Bridge 19, 20
Ludlow, misericord in church 189
Lyminge 68
Anglo-Saxon minster and settlement 201,
202-8,209,210,214,216,217
parish church's invented dedication and
antiquarians 201-26
Roman material, coins and pottery 203, 205
Roman tiles 307
Sibton Park 212
Lympne
Roman Saxon Shore fort (Portus Lemanis)
203, 204, 205
Roman tiles 307
see also Stutfall Castle
Maidstone
Museum, fireplace 20, 22
Oakwood Park Grammar School 19
Pulham garden 299
Sessions House 20, 21
maps, routeways 227-8, 232,245,251,252
Margate, arms 22
Markbeech 24
Martin, Constance and John 188
Martin (nr Dover), prehistoric ring-ditch 129-
48
barrow mound(?) 137, 138, 146
flints 129, 132, 136, 137, 138, 139, 142-5,
147
pit (grave?) 137, 146-7
pottery 136, 137, 138, 139-42, 145, 146,
147
Maytham, East and West 228, 230, 235, 243
medieval see Canterbury, Barton Court
Grammar School; chests; pottery
Melling, Elizabeth, obituary 337-8
Melseby, Richard 195
Mesolithic 206
metal workers, women 185, 190
Mildrith, St 210,211, 213-16, 218
Mill Hill, Deal, Late Bronze Age 49, 52, 60,
61
mills 81
millstone 259-60, 259
Minnis Bay, Birchington 257-78
Neolithic 258, 268, 275-6, 277
Bronze Age, briquetage (salt-making) 267
Bronze Age hoard 258, 261-2, 261, 267,
277
Late Bronze Age 268
Late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, ladder
272, 273, 277
Early Iron Age, pits 258,268,272,277
Late Iron Age
brooch/fibula and bucket stave 272
leather shoes 272
pits 258, 260, 262, 264, 267, 268
shaft base (Well 30) 268-72
Late Iron Age/early Roman
cliff top pits 265-7, 268
inhumation 266, 277
Roman, gold earring and glass beads 272
Romano-British shaft 262-3, 263, 268
medieval 258, 277
leather and shoes 264, 274, 277
pits 268, 272-5
port 259, 277
pottery 274,274,275,277
well 264, 264
animal bone 261,272
coins 257
Hero wreck 257,258,261,262
human bones 261,265,266,272
millstone in well 259-60, 259
pottery 262, 274, 274, 275, 277
Valkyr wreck 274
whale bone 274
Minster-in-Thanet
abbess 210,211,213,214-15,216,217,218
misericord in church 189
Roman villa 89-103
bead 89, 100
boundary ditch 93, 101
Building 1
Room 10: 94, 100, 101
Room 14, pit 98-9
Room 17: 98-9, 101
Building 3 bathhouse 99, 101
Building 4: 96, 101
Building 6: 96, 101
Building 6A
bead 100
Room 35: 96
Room 36 hearth 101
Room 42: 100
Room 43: 96, 100
stoke pit fill 99
glass 89-103
pottery 93, 100
vessel glass 89-96, 100-2
window glass ('cast glass') 89, 96-102
window glass re-worked (inlay?) 99-100,
101, 102
347
GENERAL INDEX
minsters 201, 202-3, 206,214,216,217
Moldson, Johanna 191
Morbere, Petronella 194-5
moulds see Boughton Malherbe
Multon, Jane (m. Lambarde) 159
Nailbourne river 205, 206
Nashenden, estate map 151
naval fort, Roman see Stutfall Castle
Needham, James, surveyor 151
needle, metal 264
Neolithic, flint axe 276; see also Minnis Bay
Newenden 228, 229, 231-2, 232, 234, 235,
238,239,242,243,244,245,249
Newmill Channel 228, 229, 230, 232, 234,
235,238,243,245,251
Newport, Celia 191
Norrington, garden 291-9
Norden, John 157, 160-1
Northampton, Alice 191
Northiam (Sussex) 228, 238
Norton, medieval chest 117
Norton (Suffolk), misericord in church 189
Norwich (Norfolk), medieval chest from St
Margaret's Church 105, 107, 111, 112,
113,114, 116, 118, 124, 125
Oldham, Paul, and Margaret Lawrence,
'Obituary: Elizabeth Melling' 331-2
Orpington, Katherine 191
Oswald, St 207
Oswiu, king of Northumbria 207
Oxford, St Mary Magdalen Church 118, 121-2
Oxney, Isle of 235, 243
Paddlesworth, church 204, 207, 217
Palmer, Sir Henry 153, 162 n.19
Parfitt, Keith, and Richard Hoskins, 'A
prehistoric ring-ditch at Martin, near
Dover' 129-48
Peasmarsh (Sussex) 228
pegs 264
peg tiles
medieval 145
post-medieval 74
Pemberton, Eleanor 188
Pembury, Kent College 19
Pickvance, Christopher, "'Kentish Gothic"
or imported? Understanding a group of
tracery-carved medieval chests in Kent
and Norfolk' 105-28
pin, early medieval 69, 71
placenames
-hamme 255 n.23
Lemana 203, 205
Limenwara 205
Speed's maps 157
plague 181, 191
plants, garden at Norrington 295, 296-8; see
also Canterbury, Barton Court Grammar
School
plaques, Bronze Age see Boughton Malherbe
Pollen, Elizabeth 161
Potman, John 195
Potman's Hoath 243
pottery
prehistoric 136, 137, 138, 139-42, 145
Early Neolithic 136, 137, 140, 145, 147
Bronze Age Collared Urn 136, 140-1, 145
Early Bronze Age, Beaker 136, 140, 145
Late Bronze Age, beaker 138, 141-2, 141,
146
Late Iron Age 269,272
New Forest type Scarborough ware 260
Roman 93, 100, 168, 175, 176, 177, 203, 205
Romano-British 262
early Roman 138, 142
Canterbury sandy ware 142
native grog-tempered 142
Anglo-Saxon 67, 68, 73, 205
Canterbury-type sandy ware (MLS2) 67,
71
flint-tempered (MLS6) 67
Ipswich-type (MLS7) 67, 68
'local' shell-tempered (MLS4, MLS4A,
MLS4C) 67, 68, 71
early medieval
Canterbury-type sandy ware (EMl) 71
shelly sandy ware (EM3) 71
medieval/late medieval 73, 139, 274, 274,
275,277
Canterbury transitional sandy ware
(LMl.2) 73
Tyler Hill sandy ware (Ml) 73, 75
post-medieval 74-5, 76, 139
blue painted pearlware (LPM12B) 76
glazed earthenware (PMl) 75, 76
late creamware (LPMl IA) 76
London stoneware (PM25) 76
Powell-Cotton, Antoinette 257-78
Powell-Cotton, Major Percy 257, 259-60,
261,262
Powell-Cotton Museum 257, 259
Preston, James M.,Malting andMalthouses in
Kent, reviewed 3 17 -18
Pulham & Son, James 291-9
'Pulhamite' 291-2, 293
Quex Park, Birchington 257
Queyk, Johanna, Simon and John 193
Rainham, medieval chest in St Margaret's
Church 105,106,109,109, 110, 111, 113,
115, 116, 117, 125
348
GENERAL INDEX
Ralph, priest 215, 217, 218
Ramsey, Thomas 194
Ramsgate, Pulham garden 299
Rand, Henry, will 206
Ratford, Johanna 186
Reade, Thomas 110
Reculver, fort 170
Renshaw, Martin, organist 281
Richardson, T.L., The 1830 Farm Labourers'
Riots in Kent, reviewed 322-3
Richborough, Roman tiles 305, 307
ring-ditch, prehistoric, at Martin 129-48
Roach Smith, Charles 165, 166, 168, 169,
172, 175, 176
roads, Roman 233-4, 236-7, 236,238,239
Robert, Agnes and John 193
Robertsbridge 229, 238, 239, 240, 249, 250,
250
Robinson, Keith see Jackson, Ian
Rochester
Bridge, Wardens Accounts Book 149, 151,
159, 160
Pulham garden 299
routeways 23 7
St Margaret's church 151
Rolvenden, routeways 228, 229, 230, 235,
239, 243, 245-9
Roman/Romano-British
draco-standard 3
High Weald 236-7, 236
Lyminge and Kentish royal estates 203-5
naval fort see Stutfall Castle
see also pottery; tiles; villas
Roman us, priest 207, 217
Romney Marsh 157, 158
roof tiles, medieval 73, 7 4
rope, withy 272
Rother river 227, 228, 229, 230, 232, 234,
235,238,239,242,243,244,249-50,251
Rounceby, Henry (Laurence) and Lora 194
routeways, High Weald 227-55
Russell, Colonel John 85
Russelyn, Henry, wife as shepster 194
Russhle, John 199 n.62
Rye (Sussex) 153, 161, 228, 229, 230, 232,
235,237,238,239,243,244
St Eadburg's Well 206
St Ethelburga's Well (spring) 205-6, 213
St Lawrence tithery 78, 84, 85
Salehurst (Sussex), routeways 228, 229, 239,
244,245
Sandhurst 228,237,238,239,240,245
Sandtun
port 203, 204, 205
West Hythe 68
Sandwich, St Mary's church 84
Sargent, Andrew, Drinking in Deal: Beer,
Pubs and Temperance in an East Kent
Town 1830-1914, reviewed 321-2
Saxon (Saxony) Steed 5-23
Saxons see Anglo-Saxon/Saxon
Saxon Shore forts 165, 166, 170, 177, 203,
204,205
Saxton, Christopher 156-7, 160
Seekford, Thomas 156
Sedlescombe 237
church, chest 109
Selden, John 14
Selethryth, abbess 215,216,217
Sergaunt, Alice 186, 192
shafts see Minnis Bay
shoe making and repairing 185, 190; see also
leather
Shynglton, Mabil, brothel keeper 187
Sittingbourne, brickfields 293
Slinere, Johanna and William 198 n.39
Sloane, Barney, book review by 312-14
Smith, Thomas, Robert, John and Ann (nee
Raynye) 82, 84
Smyth, John 199 n.62
Speed, John 13-15, 13, 16, 19, 157, 159, 160-1
spoon, wooden 264
Squerryes (house), Westerham 159
Stafford, Isolde 191
Staplehurst
Pulham garden 299
tokens 18
Stephen, Margaret 195
Stubbings, Richard (ed.), An Oral History of
Horsmonden, reviewed 325
Sturry, mills 81
Stutfall Castle, Lympne, Roman naval fort
165-78
altar 168, 169
altar by Aufidius Pantera 165, 168, 169
bathhouse 165, 166,172,172, 175, 177
coins, Roman 166
pathway, Roman 177
pottery, Roman 168, 175, 176, 177
principia (headquarters), 3 rooms 165-6,
170, 171, 172, 177
temple to Neptune 169-70, 177
tiles, Roman 167,168,169, 175, 176, 177
Style, Thomas and wife 187
Sweetinburgh, Sheila
'Shepsters, hucksters and other business­
women: female involvement in Canter­
b ury 's fifteenth-cent ury economy' 179-99
Early Medieval Kent, reviewed 314-16
see also Helm, Richard
swords see Boughton Malherbe
Symonson, Philip, maps by 149-63, 238-9,
244
349
GENERAL INDEX
Symonson, Thomas 151
Tann, Peter, books reviewed by 317-18, 319-
22
Tappestere, Isolde 191
Taylor, Linda, 'Philip Symonson's map, A
New Description of Kent: "the finest
speci-men of English cartography before
1600 "' 149-63
temple to Neptune, Roman 169-70, 177
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord 288
Tenterden 228, 229, 230, 231, 238, 244, 249
Thanet Archaeological Society 8 9
Thomas of Elmham 209
Thome, William 209,210
tiles
Classis Britannica 301-8
Roman 167, 168, 169, 175, 176, 177
re-used 203
Tonbridge 237, 238, 239
Grammar School 19
tools, Bronze Age see Boughton Malherbe
tradesmen's tokens 15, 18, 18, 19
Trust for Thanet Archaeology 89
Tunbridge Wells, Pulham garden 299
turnpike trusts 231, 233, 234, 243-5, 246-7,
248,249,251
utensil, copper alloy 68-9, 69
Valkyr wreck 2 7 4
Verstegan, Richard 11-13, 12, 14, 16, 19
villas, Roman 301-2, 307; see also Minster-
in-Thanet
Vortigem, king 1
Wantsum Channel 205
Ward, Anthony, book review by 309-11
Ward, John, artist 279-90
Warren, Rebecca, book review by 314-16
Welf, House of 5-7, 14, 17
Westerham, Squerryes (house) 159
West Hythe 307
Weston, Adrian, 'More Classis Britannica
tiles from East Wear Bay, Folkestone'
301-8
West Wickham, Pulham garden 299
whale bone 274
White Horse Inn 24
White Horse motif (heraldic) 1-36
Whitwell, Charles, engraver 161
Widukind of Corvey 2, 14
Wighton (Norfolk), medieval chest in All
Saints Church 105,108, 110, 111, 124,
125
Wihtred, king 202, 207, 208
Winchelsea 229, 235, 237
Withiot, Robert 110
Wittersham Levels 229, 230, 235, 243
Wittersham, medieval chest 105, 109
women, 15th-century businesses and occupat-
ions in Canterbury 179-99
Woodchurch 257
Wormshill, medieval chest 117
Worsfold, Frederick Henry 261-2, 267,277
Wylliam, Johanna 186
Yalding, Pulham garden 299
350