The Kent project was one of the four pilot projects for the National Mapping Programme (NMP).
As such it did not follow the standard NMP methodology in that only plough-levelled archaeological features visible as cropmarks were recorded.
The project came about as a survey designed to produce maps and records that were to form part of the first Sites and Monuments Record for the county.
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