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Archaeologia Cantiana for 2014

Archaeologia Cantiana is published annually and is free to members.


Archaeologia Cantiana has been published since 1858.

The Society welcomes contributions and notes for the guidance of contributors to Archaeologia Cantiana.

Hon. Editor: Terry G. Lawson

Kent Archaeological Society, c/o Maidstone Museum, St Faith’s Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LH

editor@kentarchaeology.org.uk


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Title Author Published Sort ascending Volume
Contents and Illustrations 2014 134
The Barfrestone Conundrum Much Restored' but Virtually Unaltered' Coulson 2014 134
Historical Research Notes 2014 135
Frontispiece 2014 2014 134
The Grebills of Benenden The Priory of Leeds and the Hersey Trials of 1511 Cavill 2014 134
How Mapping The Lowy of Tonbridge can further our Understanding of its Origins Nature and Extent Cole 2014 135
General Index 2014 134
The Historical and Architectural Development of the Old Bishop's Palace Rochester Clarke 2014 134
Migration and Mobility in the Isle of Thanet in the Late ElizabethanEarly Jacobean Period (c. 1560 -0 c. 1620) Wyatt 2014 135
Notes on Contributors 2014 134
Annual Report and Accounts 2013 2014 135
Out on a Limb' Insights into Grange A Small Member of the Cinque Ports Confederation Meddens 2014 135
A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury 1566 -0 1586 Based on the Cause Papers Bound within the Volumes MS F 4 12 Rushton 2014 134
Contents 2014 135
The Earliest Parish Registers of the Diocese of Canterbury Some Observations Questions and Problems Wright 2014 135
A Maritime Community in War and Peace Kentish Ports Ships and Mariners 1320 -0 1400 Ayton 2014 134
Frontispiece 2014 2014 135
The Early Development of a Canterbury Suburb Romano-British and Medieval Archaeology at Nos 19 and 45-47 Wincheap Helm 2014 135
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2012 Saunders 2014 134
General Index 2014 135
The Heraldry of Godinton House near Ashford. Newill 2014 135
Archaeological Investigations at Maidstone Hospital Hermitage Lane Barming Stevens 2014 134
Notes on Contributors 2014 135
The Priory of Christ Church Canterbury and its Connections with London in the Late Middle Ages Connor 2014 135
Archaeological Investigations of a Major Building Probably Roman and Related Landscape Features at Bourne Park Bishopsbourne 2011-12 Wallace 2014 134
Obituaries 2014 135
The Roman Villa at Minster-in-Thanet Austin Jones 2014 135
Book Reviews 2014 134
A Reappraisal of Eleventh-Century Settlement in the Eastern High Weald Chester-Kadwell 2014 135
What's in a Name Exploring the use of Creature as a Christian Name in the Diocese of Canterbury in the Early Modern Period Craig-Mair 2014 135
Continiuty and Change in Late Iron Age Roman Transition within the Environs of Quarry Wood Oppidum Excavations at Furfield Quarry Boughton Monchelsea Howell 2014 134
A Regionally Important Early Iron Age Pottery Group Manor Farm Pub Site High Street Rainham Seager Thomas 2014 135
Exploiting The Wildwood Evidence from a Mesolithic Activity Site at Finglesham Near Deal Parfitt 2014 134
Annual Bibliography of Kentish Archaeology and History 2013 2014 135
Farmsteads and Landcapes in Kent Lake 2014 134
Archaeological Research Notes 2014 135
Literacy and Book Ownership in Seventeenth Century Faversham Taylor 2014 134
Book Reviews 2014 135
Preface 2014 134
Cover Design 2014 135
Research Notes 2014 134
Evidence of a Distinct Focus of Romano-British Settlement at Maidstone Excavations at Church Street 2011-12 O'Shea-Walker 2014 135