Tenterden Archaeological Assessment

01/01/2017
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Tenterden Archaeological Assessment Document
December 2004 English Heritage and Kent County Council
Kent Historic Towns Survey

 

CONTENTS

1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Situation
1.3 Study Area
2 Archaeological Data
2.1 Medieval
2.2 Post-Medieval
3 Historical Records
3.1 Early Charters
3.2 Domesday Book
3.3 Origin of Place Name
4 Historical Data by Period
4.1 Pre-Urban Evidence
4.2 Urban Evidence
5 Urban Characteristics
5.1 Medieval Plan Components and Medieval Urban Features (Figures 10 And 11)
5.2 Post-Medieval Plan Components and Post-Medieval Urban Features (Figure 12)
6 The Potential of Tenterden
6.1 Archaeological Resource Overview
6.2 Research Questions
6.3 Key Areas for Research
7 References
7.1 Main Works Consulted
7.2 References for SMR And Urban Features
APPENDIX I: KENT AND MEDWAY STRUCTURE PLAN – MAPPING OUT THE FUTURE: DRAFT SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING GUIDANCE (SPG 3) ON ARCHAEOLOGY IN HISTORIC TOWNS
 
 
LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS

1. Map of Tenterden showing contours
2. Map of Tenterden showing geology
3. Map of Tenterden showing archaeological remains
4. Andrews, Dury and Herbert's Map of 1769.
5. Hasted's map of Tenterden c. 1798
6. Ordnance Surveyor's field drawing c. 1800 for 1st edition OS maps
7. John Adams map of Tenterden 1822
8. The 1898 2nd edition OS map of Tenterden.
9. Map of Tenterden showing historic buildings.
10. Map of Tenterden showing medieval plan components.
11. Map of Tenterden showing medieval urban features.
12. Map of Tenterden showing post-medieval urban features
13. Map of Tenterden showing Urban Archaeological Zones 
 
 
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