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CKA Chairman, Brian Philp, to stand in election for KAS President.
Dr. Brian Philp, MBE, Hon DiLitt, AICSA, MCMI, FSA, has confirmed that he is standing for President of the Kent Archaeological Society (KAS), following the passing of the previous KAS president last year. The elections will take place at the AGM on 21st May , 2016.
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The remains of the villa in Orpington.
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Details of the villa environment at Keston.
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The CKA is appealing for funds for the publication of the 1989 Folkestone Roman Villa excavations.
Industrial Archaeology -- courses, opportunities.
Horton Kirby, near Longfield.March, 2016
Malting and Malthouses in Kent.
Autumn Conference in pictures.
Awarded to Kent Fire Fighting Museum .
Magna Carta Rediscovered.Aug, 2015