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Canterbury’s Archaeology 1998–1999

Canterbury’s Archaeology 1998–1999 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Canterbury City Sites [PDF 616KB] 1. Market Way 2. Station Road West 3. Nos 40–42 Station Road West/Kirby’s Lane 4. Former Police Station, Kirby’s Lane Canterbury District Sites [PDF 2805KB] 5. Sarre Penn Culvert, Blean 6. Sunset Caravan Park and Church Lane East, Whitstable 7. Wraik Hill, Whitstable […]


Canterbury’s Archaeology 1997–1998

Canterbury’s Archaeology 1997–1998 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Fieldwork: Canterbury City Sites [PDF 1024KB] 1. Greyfriars gardens 2. No. 12 The Precincts 3. No. 12 Beer Cart Lane 4. Old Dover Road Fieldwork: Canterbury District Sites [PDF 814KB] 5. Popes Lane, Sturry 6. Ladysmith Grove, Seasalter Fieldwork: Kent Sites [PDF 4439KB] 7. Langdon Abbey, near Dover […]


Chalk Hill

Chalk Hill Neolithic and Bronze Age discoveries at Ramsgate, Kent Peter Clark, Grant Shand & Jake Weekes (2019) This book considers the discoveries at Chalk Hill in terms of ‘landscapes’ and looks beyond the edges of the excavation area to try to understand the site in terms of its surroundings, from the perspective of topography […]


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This book considers the discoveries at Chalk Hill in terms of ‘landscapes’ and looks beyond the edges of the excavation area to try to understand the site in terms of its surroundings, from the perspective of topography and environment as well as the perception of the people who experienced and modified this chalky hillside over […]


Case studies

Repairs and refurbishment A full archaeological survey of Little Bursted Farm (CA03-04), Upper Hardres was commissioned in order to inform refurbishment. The building had fallen into considerable disrepair and a full survey was requested by Canterbury City Council. The building proved to be a splendid example of a small, timber-framed, open hall farmhouse that remarkably […]


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 […]


Roman and Anglo-Saxon Canterbury Reconstructed

Roman and Anglo-Saxon Canterbury Reconstructed Teacher’s Resource Pack Downloadable here.  No longer available in hard copy. A versatile teaching resource The quality of information and illustrations makes this a resource which can support a wide range of teaching programmes: The National Curriculum in Primary and Secondary Schools, GCSE and A Level in both History and […]


Other recommended reading for teachers and students

Other recommended reading for teachers and students Archaeology Suitable for broadly 7 to 14 year olds (National Curriculum Key Stage 2 and 3) While the following are found in the children’s section of bookshops, they are also excellent introductions to Archaeology for adults. Young Oxford Book of Archaeology, N Moloney, OUP, 1995. Hardback, large format, […]


Citizenship Education: Archaeology in the Local Community

Citizenship Education: Archaeology in the Local Community JUMP TO: Promoting the role of Archaeology in caring for the local environment: A case of Citizenship in action Antiquary to Archaeologist: How attitudes and values have evolved raising Archaeology to the status it enjoys at the turn of the 21st century DOWNLOAD [PDF]: Some Questions and Answers […]


The George Inn

The George Inn, Newington, Kent. A 17th century town house. Photograph of the building after the fire of 1998. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.