Illuminating the past – Enhancing the present – Inspiring the future

The Bull InnThe Bull, a 15th century Pilgrim Inn, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing. Drawn by John Atherton Bowen and Mark Duncan © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


The Artichoke pub at CharthamThis is how The Artichoke pub at Chartham looked in medieval times. The clay roof tiles were made in the Tyler Hill kilns near Canterbury.
© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


The Bull InnThe Bull, a 15th century Pilgrim Inn, Canterbury, Kent. As it looks in the late 20th century. View from Buttermarket\Burgate junction. Photograph: Andrew Savage © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Stone FarmStone Farm, a 16th century house at Newington, Kent. Reconstruction drawing. Drawn by Rupert Austin © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roper GateRoper Gate, Canterbury, Kent (Tudor). Photograph of the gate after late 20th century restoration. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


17th century town houseA 17th century town house, Canterbury, Kent. How No. 28 Palace Street looks in the late 20th century. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


17th century town houseA 17th century town house, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing of the original building. Drawn by Rupert Austin © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


The Artichoke public houseThe Artichoke public house, Chartham, Kent. Imaginative reconstruction of the original medieval hall house. Drawn by Rupert Austin © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


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