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Canterbury's Archaeology 2013–2014Canterbury’s Archaeology 2013–2014


the name of the settlement we now know as Canterbury – Durovernum Cantiacorum – first appears in the history books during the middle of the second century AD, but archaeology has shown that there was a settlement here long before that. How did the earliest settlement at Canterbury begin, and what was its nature?

Turing College, University of Kent, Canterbury
Marlowe Arcade, Canterbury
Rhodaus Town, Canterbury
Durovernum Cantiacorum: birth (and death) of a city

Building recording
from Romanesque arches to timber-framed halls

Infirmary Chancel, Canterbury Cathedral
Cemetery Gate, Canterbury Cathedral
St Nicholas Church, New Romney
Fordwich Town Hall
Branden, Sissinghurst
Parsonage Farmhouse, East Sutton
Swan Inn, Sutton Valence

Palaeoenvironmental work
Concealed spaces and hidden faunas

Creepers, crests and five-toed chickens

the Archaeology in Education Service has been busy at home – and abroad

At home…
and abroad…

archaeology goes ‘up on the Downs’

‘Let them speak for themselves’

The Friends
of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust


A4, 56 pages, full colour throughout
ISBN 9781870545310

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