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, to early chemical production on the foreshore at Whitstable.
No 11. 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
Alison Hicks (2015)
A4. 378 pages, 127 figures, 69 plates, colour throughout
Price GB £35.00 (FCAT less 20%)