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Figure 1: Frontispiece, Charles Roach Smith 1883. Retrospections, Social and Archaeological, Volume 1. London: Printed by subscription.

Figure 2: Notes for strangers. Morning Post, 24211, Thursday, July 17, 1851, pg. 5. British Library Newspapers Part II, 1800–1900. © British Library Board.

Figure 3: Literary Notices. In York Herald, and General Advertiser, 3972, Saturday, November 25, 1848, pg. 6. British Library Newspapers, Part II, 1800–1900. © British Library Board.

Figure 4: Numbers of subscribers by volume

Figure 5: Interior of the town hall, Canterbury. In Alfred Dunkin 1845. A Report of the Proceedings of the British Archaeological Association, the first general meeting, held at Canterbury, in the month of September, 1844. London: John Russell Smith, pg. 22.

Figure 6: Opening of the barrows on Breach Down. In Alfred Dunkin 1845. A Report of the Proceedings of the British Archaeological Association, the first general meeting, held at Canterbury, in the month of September, 1844. London: John Russell Smith, pg. 93.


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