The Thurnham Roman villa. The traffic roars past on the M20 motorway, while the excavations in advance of the construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link reveal the full extent of the villa and its outbuildings.
Photo: Oxford Archaeological Unit
Current Archaeology No. 168 Vo!.XIVNo 12
Published May 2000
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465 Parsonage Farm Medieval
466 Mersham Medieval metal
448 The Channel Tunnel Rail Link: HelenGlassintroducesthe project.
450 White Horse Stone
ANeolithiclonghouse is discoveredunder a build-upof hillwash.
454 Thurnham Roman villa
A Roman villa,
complete with its outbuildings.
Spring head Roman ceme-
The surprise discovery of an
462 Saltwood I
An excavator reveals a (optic bowl in a rich
A typical stretch of Kentish countryside through the ages.
working site next to the church 466 Envoi: Helen Glass reflects on the project.
At Ramsgate and
Sheppey, the first causewayed enclosures in Kent have been discovered.
472 North Foreland
A hoard of Iron Age coins was discovered adjacent to a promontory fort.
Townwall Street reveals the humble dwellings of the Dover Portsmen.
A Roman small town is discovered. Part is excavated and part is preserved.
How the Romney Marshes were colonised in the Middle Ages.
486 Index to vol XIV