Illuminating the past – Enhancing the present – Inspiring the future

Anglo-Saxon burial chamberImaginative reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon burial chamber, based on evidence from Monkton in Thanet, Kent. Turf superstructure. Drawn by Will Foster © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Anglo-Saxon burial chamberImaginative reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon burial chamber, based on evidence from Monkton in Thanet, Kent. Thatch superstructure.Drawn by Will Foster © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman villaImaginative reconstruction of a Roman villa based on archaeological evidence excavated at Maidstone, Kent. Drawn by Ivan Lapper. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman hypocaustCutaway diagram of a Roman hypocaust system (underground heating). Drawn by David Dobson © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


West GateImaginative reconstruction of the West Gate area, Canterbury, Kent, in the medieval period. The gate, built c. 1380 is the only one to survive in the city today. Drawn by Laurie Sartin. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Reconstruction of Canterbury CathedralImaginative reconstruction of Canterbury Cathedral in the late Anglo-Saxon period (c.1025), based on archaeological and documentary evidence. Drawn by Ivan Lapper. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Canterbury's Norman cathedralImaginative reconstruction of Canterbury’s Norman cathedral (c.1077) under Archbishop Lanfranc, based on archaeological and documentary evidence. Drawn by Ivan Lapper. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Reconstruction of Blackfriars friaryImaginative reconstruction of Blackfriars friary, Canterbury, Kent, as it may have looked in the 15th century. Based on documentary and archaeological evidence. Only the refectory and guest hall still survive. The Blackfriars were also known as Dominicans, after St Dominic. Drawn by John Atherton Bowen. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


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