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Archaeologia Cantiana

Canterbury Archaeological Trust papers published in Archaeologia Cantiana.
Archaeologia Cantiana has been published since 1858 by Kent Archaeological Society, the oldest and largest society devoted to the history and archaeology of the ancient county of Kent. The full contents pages for all the volumes can be viewed at:
http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Pub/ArchCant/Intro.htm

Title Volume Date Pages
Some minor Excavations undertaken by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust in 1977—78 94 1978 149
Excavations at the ‘Old Palace’, Bekesbourne, near Canterbury 96 1980 27
Four minor Sites excavated by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 1978–79 96 1980 267
Interim Report on Excavations in 1980 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 96 1980 396
Interim Report on Excavations in 1981 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 97 1981 275
The Topography and Buildings of Horton Manor, near Canterbury 98 1982 77
Interim Report on Excavations in 1982 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 98 1982 215
Recent Fieldwork around Canterbury 99 1983 115
Interim Report on Work in 1983 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 99 1983 237
The Topography of Roman Canterbury: A brief Re-assessment 100 1984 47
Three great Benedictine Houses in Kent: Their Buildings and Topography 100 1984 171
Interim Report on Work in 1984 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 101 1984 277
Interim Report on Work carried out in 1985 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 102 1985 233
Rescue Excavations in the Outer Court of St. Augustine’s Abbey, 1983—84 103 1986 79
Interim Report on Work carried out in 1986 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 103 1986 191
Excavations at St. Martin’s Hill, Canterbury, 1984—85 104 1987 123
Interim Report on Work carried out in 1987 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 104 1987 291
Excavations at No. 41 St. George’s Street, Canterbury, 1985 105 1988 59
Archaeology and the Channel Tunnel 106 1988 1
Interim Report on Work carried out in 1988 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 106 1988 129
Excavations at Riding Gate, Canterbury, 1986—87 107 1989 117
Excavations at Bigberry, near Canterbury, 1981 107 1989 239
Interim report on work carried out in 1989 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 107 1989 281
Excavations at Rochester Cathedral 108 1990 91
Interim report on work carried out in 1990 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 108 1990 195
Interim report on work carried out in 1991 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 109 1991 265
Interim report on work carried out in 1992 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 110 1992 357
An Anglo-Saxon case of hyperostosis frontalis interna 112 1993 253
Interim report on work carried out in 1993 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust 112 1993 355
A Bronze Age burial from St. Margaret’s-at-Cliffe 114 1994 357
Excavations at Spital Street, Dartford, 1991 115 1995 413
The Wreck of the S.S. Castor (1870—1894) and the Recovery of Part of the Ship’s Cargo 116 1996 183
An architectural Survey of Littlebourne Barn 116 1996 203
Interim Report on Excavations in Advance of the Dualling of the A253 Between Monkton and Mount Pleasant, Thanet 116 1996 305
Interim Report on Work Carried Out by The Canterbury Archaeological Trust 116 1996 311
Combs with perforated handles 117 1997 189
Worked Whale Vertebrae 118 1998 205
Excavations at Each End, Ash near Sandwich, 1992 118 1998 91
Excavations at Mount Roman Villa, Maidstone, 1994 119 1999 71-172
Archaeological Investigations at Sandwich Castle 120 2000 51-75
Early Roman Burial in Dartford 121 2001 103-120
Ritual and Riverside Settlement: a Multi Period Site at Princes Road, Dartford 123 2003 41-80
Newbury Farm, Tonge: Kent’s earliest known aisled Hall House 123 2003 95-126
Excavations at Barton Hill Drive, Minster in Sheppey 124 2004 265-290
Archaeological Investigations at Canterbury Police Station 125 2005 27-42
A Roman enclosure system in the Little Stour valley at Ickham and Well 125 2005 243-258
A late Iron Age/early Roman site at Bredgar, near Sittingbourne 126 2006 345-374
Excavations at Ringlemere Farm, Woodnesborough, 2002–06 127 2007 39-56
An unknown medieval site, possibly a manorial chapel, at Crabble, Dover 128 2008 17-33
Two ‘New’ Town Gates, Roman Buildings and an Anglo-Saxon sanctuary at St Mildred’s Tannery, Canterbury 129 2009 225-238
The Discovery of the Quadrans Novus at the House of Agnes, St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury 130 2010 65-82
‘My Painted Chamber’ and Other Rooms: Stephen Hulkes and the History of Calico House, Newnham 130 2010 105-146
The Mill on the Leybourne Stream and its Water Management in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 130 2010 225-246
A Review of Canterbury’s Roman Cemeteries 131 2011 23-42
Early Roman Evidence for Intensive Cultivation and Malting of Spelt Wheat at Nonington 131 2011 353-372
Kent’s Twentieth-century Military and Civil Defences. Part 3 – Canterbury 132 2012 153-188
Additional evidence for Roman (and later) occupation adjacent to the Marlowe Arcade, Canterbury: Excavations at Rose Lane, 2002–2004 132 2012 235-258
Roman and Medieval Development of a Canterbury suburban area: excavations at land adjoining No. 10 Wincheap 133 2013 33-65
The History of Black Mill, St Martin’s Hill, Canterbury 133 2013 277-290
Evidence of a distinct focus of Romano-British Settlement at Maidstone? Excavations at Church Street 2011–12 135 2014 131
The Early Development of a Canterbury Suburb? Romano-British and Medieval Archaeology at Nos 19 and 45–47 Wincheap 135 2014 235
Excavations at St Martin’s House: archaeological investigations in the vicinity of St Martin’s Church, Canterbury 136 2015 17
Excavation of the western barrack block of the Royal Cavalry Barracks, Canterbury 136 2015 71
Excavations and other Archaeological Investigations on the Thanet Way, 1990–95 137 2016 37
The Medieval to Post-Medieval Vill of Sturry: Excavations at the former Fordwich Garage, Water Lane and Franklyn House, High Street, Sturry 137 2016 209

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