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Historypin and the Randal Manor flask

Work at the Randall Manor dig uncovered a lead flask buried in the floor of the stone cross wing extension of the medieval manor (the cross wing was probably added in the early 14th century, to a 13th century aisled hall). This … Continue reading

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Prehistoric objectives in the Cobham Landscape and its environs

Systematic fieldwalking and investigation in available areas in the Luddesdown valley: To the south of the Cobham Landscape is a valley made by a former tributary (“the Luddesdown River”) that once entered the Medway from the west at Cuxton.  Cuxton … Continue reading

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Soldiers stationed at Cobham?

Well not quite… The find This is the lead soldier found at the Mausoleum Cottage excavation this year. Headless and with spigots for arm location, it is hollow model of the size and type that W. Britain manufactured from 1893 … Continue reading

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Mausoleum cottage dig: some finds

Metal lids found at the back of building 2 mixed in with the brick and tile demolition material: Lid marked St Martin Marmalade was manufactured by the St Martin Preservation Co Ltd. The company was formed in 1937 on the … Continue reading

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Latest finds at the cottage dig

These two have come out of the ground recently:

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