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Conference theme: Investigating the Roman Archaeology of Kent.

A Joint Study Day organised by the The University of Kent with The Council for Kentish Archaeology and The Kent Archaeological Society.

Date and Time:

Saturday 14th April, 2012,
2pm to 5.00pm.

Location:

At Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NX.

Publications on aspects of the history and archaeology of Kent will be on sale, as will copies of the new publication The Lost Roman Shore-Fort at Dover.

Parking on the university campus.

Buses to the university run from close to Canterbury East station.

(Turn right into Station Road east, don't cross the bridge. Follow this road till you get to Pin Hill / Rheims way. Turn right for the bus stop. Stage Coach 4 runs to the university. The yellow unibus leaves from the bus station nearby.)

Download the Canterbury Campus guide including maps and directions for travel. (.pdf 476kb).

Study Day: Investigating the Roman Archaeology of Kent.
TIME. SUBJECT SPEAKER.
2pm.

Welcome.

Steve Willis.
2.05.

East Farleigh Villa excavations.

Albert Daniels.
2.40.

East Cliff Villa excavation, Folkestone.

Keith Parfitt.
3.15.

Tea interval.

 
 

Raffle.

 
3.45.

Reculver and Dover Forts.

Brian Philp.
4.20.

Roman Thanet.

Ges Moody.
4.50.

Thanks and close.

Ian Coulson.
 

Ticket details.

Tickets are free for the Friends of the CKA, KAR subscribers, and members of the KAS.

Tickets will be available on a "first come, first served" basis as space is limited.

Tickets £5.00 for non-members

Tickets and passes available from:
CKA, 7, Sandy Ridge, Borough Green, Kent, TN15 8HP.
Cheques payable to CKA, sae please.
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