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Canterbury’s Archaeology 1987–1988

Canterbury’s Archaeology 1987–1988 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] I Excavation [PDF 4964KB] 1. 25 Watling Street, Canterbury 2. St Margaret’s Church, Canterbury 3. 2 High Street, Canterbury 4. Linden Grove, Canterbury 5. Christ Church College: Paramedical Centre, Canterbury 6. St Martin’s Heights, Canterbury 7. St Augustine’s Abbey Conduit House, Canterbury 8. 10 Best Lane, Canterbury 9. […]


Canterbury’s Archaeology 1986–1987

Canterbury’s Archaeology 1986–1987 [PDF 8373KB] [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Obituary: Donald Baron Excavation 1. St John’s Lane, Canterbury 2. Barret’s, Pound Lane, Canterbury 3. ‘Martin’s’,20 St Margaret’s Street, Canterbury 4. St Margaret’s Church, Canterbury 5. 36–7 Stour Street, Canterbury 6. Christ Church College, Canterbury 7. Adelaide Place, Canterbury 8. St Radigund’s Street, Canterbury 9. All […]


New Series Vol IV. Highstead, near Chislet, Kent. Excavations 1975–1977

New Series Vol IV Highstead, near Chislet, Kent. Excavations 1975–1977 Paul Bennett, Peter Couldrey and Nigel Macpherson-Grant (2007) Professor Barry Cunliffe writes in his foreword: ‘The publication of the excavation of the multi-period settlement site at Highstead near Chislet is a matter for celebration. Highstead, with its long sequence of occupation spanning the first millennium […]


No 7. Excavations at Downlands, Walmer, Kent

No 7. Excavations at Downlands, Walmer, Kent Crispin Jarman (2010) Evidence for prehistoric and Romano-British settlement was recently discovered on the southern outskirts of Walmer in Kent. The prehistoric occupation commenced in the late Bronze Age and continued into the early part of the middle Iron Age, the main phase of occupation being from c […]


Public interest

If you have a personal passion for Archaeology or History we hope you will find something of interest to you here. If you run a club or interest group have a look at the resources in the Schools section. ‘Older’ readers new to a subject, may also find the material aimed at younger people to be […]


Further/Higher education

You may also like to look at the Schools section of this website. Material aimed principally at young people is often suitable for older readers in search of an accurate (and digestible!) introduction to a subject. The Archaeology in Education Service (AES) Aims of the AES and what it can currently offer teachers, tutors, students […]


Beneath the prison
Trust Blog Tags: , Categories: Trust Blog. Tags: Canterbury Christ Church University and CCCU.

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 […]


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2017–2018

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2017–2018 Fieldwork St Albans Cathedral Researching the Anglo-Saxons in and around Dover Building recording The buildings on the bridge Palaeoenvironmental work Hippos at Herne Bay Education Working in partnership New Archaeology Course Teaching resources Engaging with schools Outreach and community archaeology East Wear Bay The 68th International Sachsensymposion at Canterbury The Friends of Canterbury […]


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 […]


It’s out
Trust Blog Tags: , , Categories: Trust Blog. Tags: Chalk Hill, publication, and Ramsgate.

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 […]