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Archives and Publications

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Canterbury Archaeological Trust produces a range of publications detailing the results of our work. Client reports prepared as part of the planning process form the bulk of this material – though generally unpublished in hard format, the findings are available as a resource via our on-line gazetteer

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These reports are supplemented by Annual Reports and journal articles, as well as academic and popular books, including our Occasional Papers and Archaeology of Canterbury monograph series, and books for young readers

Not all of the Trust’s work is published by us. The spectacular find of the Bronze Age boat at Dover, for instance, was published by English Heritage in 2004, and the Bronze Age Ringlemere cup by the British Museum. From time to time members of staff collaborate with others or contribute to specialist studies. Other publications

Dover Bronze Age Boat

The Dover Bronze Age boat, dated to c.1550 BC, is one of the most important and spectacular wooden objects ever found in Europe ... read more

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Over the past decades, the Trust's fieldwork and desk-based research has generated large documentary, digital, photographic and finds archives. These collections represent one of the most significant archaeological archives held in the county of Kent.

Access to this rich resource for researchers is by arrangement. If you would like to examine our archives, please contact us, giving details of your enquiry.