Category Archives: Acquisitions

Monumental Brass Society newsletter

The Library has received the latest online version of the Monumental Brass Society’s newsletter for February 2017 (134). If you are a member and would like a copy, please contact the librarian at librarian@kentarchaeology.org.uk. You will be sent a copy via email. The bulletins from June 2016 and October 2016 are also available.

Recent acquisition

One of our latest additions to the library is a recently published title on Hoo. The Hoo Peninsula is located on the north Kent coast 30 miles east of Central London. The book raises awareness of the contribution that the historic environment makes to the Hoo Peninsula by describing how changing patterns of land use and maritime activity over time

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Recent acquisitions

Listed below are some of our recent additions to the library: Books: ‘Zeal unabated: the life of Thomas Fletcher Waghorn (1800-1850)’ by Andrew Ashbee (2016) 21 titles from the Orpington and District Archaeological Society ‘Rookwood family papers 1606-1761’ edited by Francis Young (2016) ‘From ships to sheep: the story of Smallhythe’ by Tony Butler et.al. (2015) ‘Political and religious reactions

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New titles in the library

Listed below are our recent additions to the library: Journals ‘Nomina’ (Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland) vol.37 ‘Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland’ vol.144 ‘Transactions of the Leicestershire Archeological and Historical Society’ vol.89 ‘Derbyshire Archaeological Journal’ vol.135 ‘Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History’ vol.43 ‘Cornish archaeology’ vol.53 ‘Kent Family History Society Journal’ vol.15

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New titles in the library

We recently accepted a number of books as a donation from Mike Ahsley. Many of these titles may be of interest to the general reader. They are listed below and cover topics including Roman Britain, Anglo-Saxons, Normans, military history and kingship: ‘Ethelbert’s kingdom’ by Michael David Mirans (1981) ‘1066: the hidden history of the Bayeux Tapestry’ by Andrew Bridgeford (2004)

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