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Talk at the Kent Archaeological Society Annual General Meeting, University of Kent. May 18th 2019.

By Kerry Brown

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Archaeologia Cantiana 2019 - Supplementary information added.  

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Volunteers needed for the upcoming community dig at Lullingstone Roman villa. Click here for details:

 

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Great news - we have added a new feature to our Kent Archaeological Reports.  You can now use an interactive map to find reports in an area and even sort by Phase.  You are still able to look at th

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Kent Archives and Local History

Lunchtime Talks Series, Summer/Autumn 2019

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Conrad House

At our recent AGM in Canterbury, Kerry Brown gave a talk on Kent and Literature, which you can read more about on his website:

Findmypast.org.uk are pleased to announce the online publication of thousands of original Anglican parish registers in partnership with Kent County Council.

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Searching for Ebony

‘Searching for Ebony’ tells the story of life in a remote corner of Kent from Saxon times to the present day – and features more than one hundred photographs, most of which have not been published

Kent Archaeology Society

The Ancient Monuments Society is delighted to announce the launch of its annual essay prize in memory of Stephen James Croad.<

Museum of London Archaeology have posted two positions:

 

The latest Kent Archaeological Field School Newsletter is available.

http://kafs.co.uk/newsletter/201812_winter.html

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Students and teachers at St John’s Catholic Comprehensive School, Gravesend, winners of the 2017 bursary, have now completed work on their local history resources about the First World War.
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wills

It is amazing that such a small place as Ebony has produced such a lot of Wills in a relatively short space of time.