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40years: exhibition a great success
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The exhibition at the Beaney has now closed. It was a job well done and successfully showed the extent and quality of the Trust’s work to a wide audience, as the many appreciative comments from among the 7,000+ visitors show. Here are a few: ‘Excellent, very informative overview of CAT’s work and the significance of […]


CCCU

Destined to serve: use of the outer grounds of St Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, before, during and after the time of the monks Canterbury Christ Church University Excavations 1983–2007 Catalogue of Registered Finds [Adobe PDF 2.9MB] Catalogue of Roman Pottery [Adobe PDF 479KB] Post Roman Pottery [Microsoft Excel 785KB]


KCCC
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

Kent County Cricket Club


KCCC
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

Kent County Cricket Club


KCCC
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

Kent County Cricket Club


KCCC
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

Kent County Cricket Club


KCCC
Image Galleries: year in pictures 2012.

Kent County Cricket Club


No 2. Copperas: An account of the Whitstable Works and the first industrial-scale chemical production in England

No 2. Copperas: An account of the Whitstable Works and the first industrial-scale chemical production in England Tim Allen, Mike Cotterill & Geoffrey Pike (2004) In 1995 an extraordinary array of timber posts set in bright yellow mortar was exposed by marine erosion of the Tankerton foreshore at Whitstable, Kent. Canterbury Archaeological Trust, with the […]


Occasional Papers

The Occasional Paper series was launched in 1997. Initiated as a means of publishing smaller sites and projects than those included in the monograph series, Occasional Paper titles cover discoveries from a wide range of periods from prehistoric landscapes on the Isle of Thanet, the kiln and products of a medieval immigrant potter in Canterbury, […]


Beneath the prison
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An extensive archaeological investigation of the site of the former Canterbury Prison, now part of Canterbury Christ Church University, took place between July 2018 and June 2019. The work was undertaken in advance of and during the construction of Building 2 destined to house new Science, Technology, Health, Engineering and Medical facilities. Many archaeological features […]