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Volume 17 (1860) - Table of Contents

Prelims
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Contributions to the History of Britain under the Romans. Roman Inscriptions and Sepulchral Remains at Lincoln (pp 1-21)
Rev. Edward Trollope, M.A., F.S.A., and Arthur Trollope, Local Secretary of the Institute at Lincoln
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On an Heraldic Window in the North Aisle of the Nave of York Cathedral (pp 22-34, 132-148)
Charles Winston and Weston Styleman Walford, F.S.A.
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The Preceptory of the Hospitalers at Chibburn, Northumberland; with some Notices of Temple Thornton in the same county (pp 35-47)
William Woodman, F.S.A. Newcastle, Town Clerk of Morpeth
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Note on the Ancient Plan of the Monastery of St. Gall, in the ninth century (pp 48-50)
Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President of the Society of Antiquaries of Zurich
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Safe Conduct granted by James III., King of Scots, to the Earl of Warwick and others (pp 51-53)
Albert Way, M.A.
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The Ethnology of Cheshire, traced chiefly in the Local Names (pp 93-116)
Rev. John Earle, M.A., late Anglo-Saxon Professor in the University of Oxford
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Recent Discoveries of Roman Remains at Great Chesterford, Essex (pp 117-127)
Lord Braybrooke, F.S.A., Vice-President
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The Court-house, Clapton-in-Gordano, Somerset (pp 128-131)
Edward William Godwin, Architect
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Lease of a Piece of Pasture to Haltemprice Priory, Yorkshire (pp 149-150)
George Wentworth
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Inventory of the Household and Personal Effects, &c., of Robert Bingham of Bingham's Melcombe, Dorset, A.D. 1561 (pp 151-157)
Rev. C. W. Bingham, M.A.
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Observations on Roman Remains in Sedbury, within the parish of Tidenham, Gloucestershire (pp 189-193)
George Ormerod, D.C.L., F.R.S.
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On the probable Identity of the Gloucestershire Chapelry of St. Briavel's, recognised as Lidneia Parva in the twelfth century, with the Ledenei of the Saxon Hundred of Ledenei, named in Domesday (pp 194-198)
George Ormerod, D.C.L., F.R.S.
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On a Bronze Weight found on the site of the Hellespontic Abydos (pp 199-200)
Frank Calvert, Hon. Corr. Member of the Institute
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The Parliaments of Gloucester (pp 201-217)
Rev. Charles Henry Hartshorne, M.A.
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Notice of a Roll of Arms belonging to Wilkinson Mathews, Esq., Q.C. (pp 218-223)
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The Combined Use of the Match-lock and the Flint-lock in the Improvements in Fire-arms (pp 224-226)
John Hewitt
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The Ancient Iron Trade of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire (pp 227-239)
Rev. H. G. Nicholls, M.A.
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Report on the Progress of the Excavations at Wroxeter, the Roman Urioconium (pp 240-249)
Rev. Harry M. Scarth, M.A.
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Notice of a Formula of a Papal Indulgence, printed by Pynson, and of some other Documents of like character (pp 250-256)
Albert Way, M.A.
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Contributions to the Ancient Geography of the Troad: On the Site and Remains of Colonoe; On the Site and Remains of Ophrynium (pp 287-296)
Frank Calvert, Hon. Corr. Member of the Institute
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On the Monument of King Edward II in Gloucester Cathedral, and Mediaeval Sculpture (pp 297-310)
Richard Westmacott, Professor of Sculpture, R.A.
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Roman Remains in the vicinity of Padstow, Cornwall (pp 311-316)
Rev. Edward Trollope, M.A., F.S.A.
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Historiola de pietate regis Henrici III., A.D. 1259 (pp 317-319)
Edward A. Bond
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General Index (pp 361-371)
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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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