Kent Archaeological Review -- 1995

Contents of the Four Issues for that year.

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ISSUE 119 -- Spring 1995.

A Roman site above Oldstairs Bay, Kingsdown

Parfitt K, Page 202.

South East Aviation Collection

Alan Partington, Page 206.

Cockham Wood Fort revealed

Victor T Smith, Pages 207 to 208.

The problem of the Liburnians

Dana S Adler, Pages 209 to 210.

A possible trackway along the Longfield Valley

James Carley, Pages 210 to 212.

The 1994 conference at Canterbury

Ben Stocker, Pages 212 to 213.

Flint axe from Aldington

Alpin J, Page 219.

Dymchurch

D A Thorpe, Pages 221 to 224.

END: ISSUE 119 -- Spring 1995

ISSUE 120 -- Summer 1995.

A multi-period site on the Eastry bypass (Site 4)

Brian Philp & Alison Borlase, Pages 228 to 241.

Storm over excavations in Sevenoaks church

Brian Philp, Pages 247 to 248.

END: ISSUE 120 -- Summer 1995

ISSUE 121 -- Autumn 1995.

Report on the CKA Spring conference

Ben Stocker, Page 1.

Flint implements from the North Downs at Biggin Hill

Jonathan Cotton, Pages 2 to 4.

Sittingbourne Archaeology Group

R Baxter, Pages 5 to 6.

Wealden Iron Research Group

J S Hodgkinson, Page 5.

Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit

Edna Mynott, Pages 6 to 7.

Lower Medway Archaeological Research Group

Dawson P, Page 6.

Bromley & West Kent Archaeological Group

Len Johnson, Page 7.

Mesolithic axe found near Goodnestone

Richard Hoskins, Pages 8 to 9.

A lost earthwork near Dover Castle

Keith Parfitt, Pages 10 to 11.

Struck flints from near Crockenhill

Tony Grey & Alan Hart, Pages 12 to 18.

A lost Roman coin hoard from Worth

David Holman, Pages 20 to 21.

END: ISSUE 121 -- Autumn 1995

ISSUE 122 -- Winter 1995.

Pollock's Shipyard and the history of James Pollock, Sons & Co. Ltd, Engineers and Shipbuilders of L

Anne Salmon, Pages 25 to 28.

A Roman site at St Fidelis Road, Erith

Brian Philp & Maurice Chenery, Pages 31 to 39.

The Gravesend Blockhouse revealed -- again!

Victor T C Smith, Pages 39 to 40.

Roman road discovered at Reculver

Maurice Chenery, Pages 46 to 48.

END: ISSUE 122 -- Winter 1995

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