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St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


St George’s Place, Canterbury
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

St George’s Place, Canterbury


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2011–2012

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2011–2012 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Excavation [PDF 16696KB] No 28 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral Precincts No 41 St George’s Place, Canterbury British Red Cross Centre, Lower Chantry Lane, Canterbury No 23 Oaten Hill, Canterbury St Lawrence Cricket Ground, Old Dover Road, Canterbury Franklyn House, Sturry Sittingbourne Paper Mill Minster Abbey, Sheppey […]


A Late Iron Age helmet found near Canterbury
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A rare prehistoric helmet has been unearthed on farmland outside Canterbury. The helmet, made of bronze and dating to the first century BC, was discovered by an amateur metal detectorist.  Andrew Richardson, then our Finds Manager, takes up the story. “Arriving home from work one October evening, I received a telephone call from a local […]


St Edmund’s School, Canterbury

Excavation at St Edmund’s School, Canterbury Canterbury Archaeological Trust has recently completed a seven week archaeological investigation within the grounds of St Edmund’s School, Canterbury. The site is located on a former playing field to the south of Giles Lane on the upper ridge of St Thomas’ Hill overlooking Canterbury and the Stour basin to the south-east. The […]