2 edition of Excavations in West Kent, 1960-1970 found in the catalog.
Excavations in West Kent, 1960-1970
by Published on behalf of the West Kent Border Archaeological Group by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit in Dover Castle, Kent
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Brian Philp.|
|Series||Research report in the Kent series -- 2|
|LC Classifications||DA670K3 P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||242 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||242|
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Chadwick Hawkes “The Dating and Social Significance of the Burials in the Polhill Cemetery” Excavations in West Kent ed. Philp (Dover: Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit/The West Kent Author: Roman K. Kovalev. A palstave was found at West Court in the s, and a few years later a former area of sarsen stones at the farm appears to be indicated by a statement of Mr L.
Hoare. During industrial excavation in the West Court Quarry, he discovered very large stones (alien to the district) at the bases of flat-bottomed pits, deeper than the first layer.BOOKSI: PHILP, BRIAN - Excavations in West Kent, BOOKSI: PHILPOT, JOSEPH CHARLES AND TIPTAFT, WILLIAM - The seceders (): the story of a spiriitual awakening as told in the letters.Excavations in West Kent The discovery and excavation of prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Medieval sites, mainly in the Bromley area and in the Darent Valley.