Illuminating the past – Enhancing the present – Inspiring the future

Medieval stone carvingMedieval stone carving from St Gregory’s Priory, Northgate, Canterbury, Kent. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Facemask from Roman ceramic jarFacemask from Roman ceramic jar, Canterbury Cathedral precincts excavation. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Silver coin of William ISilver coin of William I, St George’s Street, Canterbury, Kent. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Medieval inhumationMedieval inhumation from Rochester Cathedral, Kent, with bone deformity (individual’s right eye) due to a tumour. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Silver staterSilver stater (coin) c. 40–20 BC, metal detector find (human face profile, looking left). Photograph: Andrew Savage .© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


15th century lead papal bulla15th century lead papal bulla (document seal) with the images of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, from the friary. THE BIG DIG at Canterbury Whitefriars. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman early 4th century silver commemorative coinRoman early 4th century silver commemorative coin (obverse) of Crispus and Constantinus, twin brothers and joint rulers of the eastern and western empires respectively, Shelford Broad Oak near Canterbury, Kent. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Anglo-Saxon inhumationAnglo-Saxon inhumation from the Buckland cemetery near Dover, Kent. Photograph: Andrew Savage. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


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