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Cobham Landscape Detectives research note 1: Hundreds and Lathes

The Hundreds and Lathes of the Cobham area The project area comprises parts of two areas known as ‘hundreds’ whose modern names are Toltingtrough and Shamwell. These and many other hundreds originally fell within a larger area, the ‘lathe’ of … Continue reading

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LiDAR online

At SWAG we have a strong interest in all things LiDAR. If you feel the same way then you’ll want to take a look at the Open Data Maps website: http://enfarchsoc.org/opendata/ Details about the site OpenStreetMap is built by a community … Continue reading

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Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society’s 2016 Lecture Programme

IOTAS Archaeological Studies Lecture Course 2016 14 Mar 2016: ‘Not Angles but Angels’: St Augustine and the ‘conversion’ of Kent 04 Apr 2016: Rings and Roundabouts:  The Lord of the Manor Ceremonial Landscape – a history and analysis of the excavations 09 May 2016: … Continue reading

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The Prehistoric Society Day Conference

From The Prehistoric Society: The Land, the Sea and the Sky begins the series of spring day-conferences exploring new directions in the landscapes of prehistory. Our first session is about landscape in its widest sense – both physically and conceptually … Continue reading

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Hoo Peninsula Historic Landscape Project

The Hoo Peninsula, located on the north Kent coast 30 miles east of central London, extends into the Thames Estuary between Gravesend and Rochester. The peninsula lies in the local authority areas of Medway and Gravesham and is bounded by … Continue reading

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