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Volume 16 (1859) - Table of Contents

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The Tumulus of Hanai Tepeh in the Troad (pp 1-6)
Frank Calvert
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Thoughts on Ancient Metallurgy and Mining among the Brigantes and in some other parts of Britain, suggested by a page of Pliny's Natural History (pp 7-21)
John Phillips, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S., President of the Geological Society
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Enumeration of Blocks or Pigs of Lead and Tin, relics of Roman Metallurgy, discovered in Great Britain (pp 22-40)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Quigrich or Crosier of St. Fillan, - with a notice of its present existence in Canada. Communicated to Lord Talbot de Malahide by his Excellency Sir Edmund W. Head, Bart., Governor-General of Canada (pp 41-52)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.; with supplementary notices and documents communicated by John Stuart, Sec. Soc. Ant. Scot
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Notices of Wroxeter the Roman Urioconium in Shropshire (pp 53-70)
Harry M. Scarth, M.A.
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Proceedings connected with a remarkable Charge of Sorcery, brought against James Richardson and others, in the Diocese of Tori, A.D. 1510 (pp 71-81)
Rev. James Raine
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On the Boundaries that separated the Welsh and English Races during the 75 years which followed the capture of Bath, A.D. 577; with speculations as to the Welsh Princes who during that period were reigning over Somersetshire (pp 105-131)
Edwin Guest, LL.D., D.C.L., Master of Gonville and Caius College
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Archaeological Notes of a Tour in Denmark, Prussia, and Holland (pp 132-145, 236-252)
J. O. Westwood, M.A., F.L.S., Keeper of the Hope Collections in the University of Oxford
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Investigation of Barrows on the line of the Roman Road between Old Sarum and the port at the mouth of the River Axe, supposed to be the AD AXIUM of Ravennas (pp 146-157)
Rev. Harry M. Scarth, M.A.
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Notice of three Silver Cups, preserved in the Public Library at Zurich, presented by Bishop Jewel and other English Bishops, in the Reign of Elizabeth, to their friends of the Reformed Church in that City (pp 158-165)
Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President of the Society of Antiquaries of Zurich
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The Will of John Fromond, benefactor to Winchester College (pp 166-173)
Rev. W. H. Gunner, M.A.
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On the Early History of Cumberland (pp 217-235)
John Hodgson Hinde, Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle
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The Votive Gold Crowns recently found near Toledo, and now preserved at the Hotel de Cluny at Paris (pp 253-263)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Recent Discoveries at Wroxeter (pp 264-279)
Rev. Harry M. Scarth, M.A.
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Some Notes on the History of Cardinals' Rings (pp 280-282)
Edmund Waterton, F.S.A.
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Ancient Ordinances of the Gild Merchant of the Town of Southampton (pp 283-296, 343-352)
Edward Smirke, M.A.
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Posy Rings (pp 307-317)
Edmund Waterton, F.S.A.
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Notices of certain remarkable fortified Churches in Cumberland (pp 318-325)
John A. Cory, Architect, County Surveyor for Cumberland
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The Parliaments of Carlisle (pp 326-338)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne, M.A.
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Notice of an example of Military Costume at the commencement of the fourteenth century, communicated by Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President of the Society of Antiquaries of Zurich (pp 339-342)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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General Index (pp 395-404)
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Archaeological Intelligence
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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