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Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 22 (1865) - Table of Contents

Prelims
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Notices of Armour in the Middle Ages, and especially of a series of Early Helmets preserved in the Armoury at Parkam Park, Sussex (pp 1-14)
The Hon. Robert Curzon
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On the Present State of the Law of "Treasure-Trove" (pp 15-32)
Thomas Godfrey Faussett, F.S.A.
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Notes on some Churches near Warwick (pp 33-40)
Edward W. Godwin, F.S.A.
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Warwickshire Numismatics (pp 41-50)
From Notes communicated by Edward Hawkins, Esq., F.R.S.
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Contributions to the Ancient Geography of the Troad. The Site and Remains of Cebrene (pp 51-57)
Frank Calvert
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Roll of the Thirteenth Century, containing various Legal Forms (pp 58-62)
Communicated by the Rev. J. E. Thorold Rogers, M.A.
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Notices of the Examination of Grave-hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire (pp 97-117, 241-263)
The Rev. William Greenwell, M.A.
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On the Use of Antique Gems in the Middle Ages (pp 118-133)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Roman Remains, discovered at Avenclies (pp 134-136)
From Notes communicated by Dr. Ferdinand Keller
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Les Michellettes; English Cannon at Mont St. Michel, in Normandy (pp 137-150)
From Notices communicated by Brigadier-General Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Contributions towards the History of Reading Abbey, from the muniments of the Marquis of Westminster, K.G. (continued from vol. xx., p. 281) (pp 151-161)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Sherborne Minster (pp 179-199)
The Rev. R. Willis, M.A., F.R.S.
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Corfe Castle (pp 200-222)
Thomas Bond
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Description of Corfe Castle (pp 223-240)
G. T. Clark
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Inventory of the Goods of Ievan ap Kenric Vaghan, A.D. 1361, to which is appended his Will (pp 265-273)
Communicated by W. Watkin, E. Wynne, F.S.A.
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Notice of Golden Ornaments found near Padstow, and communicated by favor of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, K. G (pp 275-277)
Edward Smirke, M.A., Vice-Warden of the Stannaries
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Ancient Dorset (pp 278-294)
The Rev. William Barnes, B.D.
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Contributions to the History of Mediaeval Weapons in Europe. Tilting-lances of the Sixteenth Century (pp 295-298)
John Hewitt
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Notices of Vestiges near St. Albans, supposed to indicate the site of the Town of Cassivelaunus (pp 299-301)
Samuel Sharps
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On the Portraits of Edward Prince of Wales (afterwards Edward V.) and his Sisters, in the East Window of Little Malvern Church (pp 302-325)
Edmund Oldfield, M.A., F.S.A.
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Extracts from original Records relating to the Burning of Lepers in the reign of Edward II (pp 326-331)
Edward Smirke, M.A.
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General Index (pp 383-390)
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Abstract of Accounts, 1864
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Archaeological Intelligence
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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