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CKA Conference -- Saturday 18th October, 2014. Canterbury, Kent.

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The Kent Archaeological Review.

The council's 3-times-per-year journal.

Young Archaeologists in Kent.

So. You want to become a (young) archaeologist.

The Crofton Roman Villa.

The remains of the villa in Orpington.

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Activites on some CKA members' sites.

The Roman Painted House, Dover.

Keston Roman Tombs.

Details of the villa environment at Keston.

KARU Publications.

Publications by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit.

Folkestone Roman Villa appeal.

The CKA is appealing for funds for the publication of the 1989 Folkestone Roman Villa excavations.

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KARU Press Release.

The Reculver Roman Saxon-shore fort.

The CKA's 40th-anniversary Conference.

A review of the November, 2004 Conference.

Industrial Archaeology.

Industrial Archaeology -- courses, opportunities.

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Canterbury 2014.

Autumn Conference in pictures.

Oct, 2014

New Publication.

Discoveries and Excavations Across Kent, 1970-2014.

Oct, 2014

Sevenoaks 2014.

Spring Conference in pictures.

May, 2014

Autumn Conference presentations.

Queens Award presented to KARU.

October, 2013

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