The Archaeological Journal

Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 2 (1845) - Table of Contents

Prelims
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Tong Church, Salop (pp 1-13)
Rev. J. L. Petit
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On the History of the Great Seals of England, especially those of Edward III (pp 14-41)
Professor Willis
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Roman Villa, discovered at Bisley, Gloucestershire (pp 42-45)
Thomas Baker
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Gold Fibula, found at Odiham, Hampshire (pp 46-47)
Samuel Birch
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The Legend of St. Werstan, and the first Christian Establishment at Great Malvern (pp 48-65)
Albert Way
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Queries and Directions, intended to assist Correspondents in the arrangement of topographical communications (pp 66-70)
W. Bromet
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Notice of the Cross-legged Sepulchral Effigies existing at Cashel (pp 121-131)
G Du Noyer
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Long Wittenham Church, Berkshire (pp 132-136)
I. H. P.
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The Date of the Introduction of the Decorated Style of Architecture into England (pp 137-144)
I. H. P.
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Notices of Ancient Ornaments, Vestments, and Appliances of Sacred Use. The Pax (pp 144-151)
Albert Way
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Some Observations upon the "Danse Macabre," or Dance of Death (pp 151-155)
W. J. Thoms
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Decorative Processes connected with the Arts during the Middle Ages. Enamel (pp 155-172)
Albert Way
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Usages of Domestic Life in the Middle Ages. The Dining Table (pp 173-180, 258-266)
T. H. Turner
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Original Documents: Untitled (pp 181-182)
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Ancient Oratories of Cornwall (pp 225-239)
Rev. W. Haslam
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Observations on the Crypt of Hexham Church, Northumberland (pp 239-242)
T. H. Turner
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Sepulchral Brasses (pp 243-250)
Rev. W. Drake
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Notice of an Anglo-Roman Sarcophagus discovered in Hertfordshire (pp 251-257)
Samuel Birch
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On the Ancient Parliament and Castle of Acton Burnell (pp 325-338)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne
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The Will of Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, with Extracts from the Inventory of his Effects, A.D. 1319-1322 (pp 339-349)
T. H. Turner
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Notice of a Roman Villa at Wheatley, near Oxford (pp 350-356)
W. B.
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Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire (pp 357-364)
I. H. P.
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Decorations in Distemper in Stanton Harcourt Church, Oxfordshire (pp 365-368)
Rev. W. Dyke
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On the Torc of the Celts (pp 368-380)
Samuel Birch
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Original Documents: Untitled (pp 381-382)
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Notice of the Proceedings at the Monthly Meetings of the Archaeological Institute (pp 72-92, 183-211, 267-273, 299-324, 383-411)
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Notices of Archaeological Publications (pp 93-120, 212-224, 274-298, 413-426)
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List of Members
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General Index
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