Report on excavations made on the site of the Roman castrum at Lymne, in Kent, in 1850
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Report on excavations made on the site of the Roman castrum at Lymne, in Kent, in 1850

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Published by Harry Margary in Lympne Castle .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Reprint of originally ed., London : for the subscribers, 1852.

Statementwith notes ... by James Elliot.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 45 p. :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18659661M

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Smith, Charles Roach, Report on excavations made upon the site of the Roman Castrum at Pevensey, in Sussex, in / (London: Printed for the subscribers to the Excavations; and not published, ), also by Mark Anthony Lower (page images at HathiTrust) Smith, Charles Roach, Retrospections, social and archaeological. Smith, C.R. b 'Report on excavations made on the site of the Roman castrum at Lymne, in Kent, in / by Charles Roach Smith ; with notes on the original plan of the castrum, and on the ancient state of the Romney marshes by James Elliot, Jun.', London: J. Richards. Smith, C.R. a 'Catalogue of the Museum of London Antiquities. excavations first undertaken by William Boys, the historian of Sandwich, A.D. , which were further illustrated by Mr. C. Eoach Smith in his book on the Antiquities of Rich-borough, Reculver, and Lymne, , which included the particulars of Mr. W. H. Eolfe's excavations. Since that time further excavations were undertaken for the Kent. Report on Excavations made on the Site of the Roman Castrum, at Lymne, in Kent, in (August 14,) Report on Fifty-four Mines Situated in Rhenish Prussia (March 26,) Report on Leprosy by the Royal College of Physicians (March 14,).

Full text of "Subject index to the catalogue of the library of the Institution of Civil Engineers" See other formats. Browse the latest new arrival books at Cosmo Internet Ltd. Reculver is a village and coastal resort about 3 miles (5 km) east of Herne Bay in south-east England, in a ward of the same name, in the City of Canterbury district of clic-clelia.com once occupied a strategic location at the north-western end of the Wantsum Channel, a sea lane that separated the Isle of Thanet and the Kent mainland until the late Middle clic-clelia.comy: England. Full text of "The antiquities of Richborough, Reculver, and Lymne" See other formats.

Reculver is a village and coastal resort about 3 miles (5 km) east of Herne Bay in south-east England, in a ward of the same name, in the City of Canterbury district of Kent. It once occupied a strategic location at the north-western end of the Wantsum Channel, a sea lane that separated the Isle. Reculver is a village and coastal resort about 3 miles east of Herne Bay in south-east England, in a ward of the same name, in the City of Canterbury district of Kent. It once occupied a strategic location at the north-western end of the Wantsum Channel, a sea lane that separated the Isle of. A large Roman occupation site or even a roadside settlement lies immediately to the north of the road junction either side of Stone Street, whilst the Roman fort and port, recorded as Portus. Roman Castrum at Lympne, Lyminge Church with the Flying Buttress, Stukeley does not record them in his painstaking examination of the site, and it was not until excavations undertaken in by the Society of Antiquaries that they were found to be holes cut in the chalk to hold timber uprights. The Domesday Book of Kent.