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Castle Street
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2011.

Castle Street, Canterbury. Work carried out for Southern Water.


Castle Street
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2011.

Castle Street, Canterbury. Work carried out for Southern Water.


Castle Street
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2011.

Castle Street, Canterbury. Work carried out for Southern Water.


Castle Street
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2011.

Castle Street, Canterbury. Work carried out for Southern Water.


Castle Street
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2011.

Castle Street, Canterbury. Work carried out for Southern Water.


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2010–2011

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2010–2011 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Excavation [PDF 9469KB] Canterbury Cathedral Precincts Carlyon House, Palace Street, Canterbury No 35 St Margaret’s Street, Canterbury Castle Street, Canterbury Hallet’s Garage, Nos 25–27 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury St Lawrence Ground, Kent County Cricket Club, Old Dover Road, Canterbury Chaucer Fields, Canterbury Bigbury Camp, Harbledown, Canterbury St Mary’s […]


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2009–2010

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2009–2010 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Excavation [PDF 2470KB] Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Beaney Institute, High Street, Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral, south-west transept Mill Cottage, Coldblow, Nonington Upper Upnor, Frindsbury Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, Surrey Honeywood Parkway, Whitfield Building Recording [PDF 2307KB] Christ Church Gate Old Rectory, Northfleet Mote House, Maidstone Northern Caponiers, Dover Castle Twyford Bridge, […]


Canterbury’s Roman Theatre

Canterbury’s Roman Theatre A pair of service trenches, cut by South East Water to install a fire hydrant at the north-east end of Castle Street, have revealed a section of paving that probably formed part of the orchestra of Canterbury’s Roman theatre, together with masonry possibly associated with the stage. The trenches, machine excavated in […]


A journey to Medieval Canterbury

A Journey to Medieval Canterbury Andy Harmsworth and Canterbury Archaeological Trust ISBN 9781870545129 This lively book will take you on a journey back in time, telling a story created from a wealth of surviving buildings, artefacts and documentary sources. It begins with a taste of Anglo-Saxon life preceding the arrival of Duke William of Normandy […]


Roman Canterbury, a journey into the past

National Curriculum History Roman Canterbury, a journey into the past Andy Harmsworth and Canterbury Archaeological Trust (First published 1994; revised 2004, 2019) ISBN 9781870545013 Recently reprinted and available to buy, either from us: Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 92A Broad Street, Canterbury CT1 2LU or Canterbury Roman Museum, Longmarket, 11a Butchery Lane, Canterbury CT1 2JR This resource is […]