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Volume 25 (1868) - Table of Contents

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The Norman Sculpture of Lincoln Cathedral (pp 1-20)
Ven. Edward Trollope, M.A., F.S.A., Archdeacon of Stow
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The Icenhilde Road (pp 21-45)
The late Joseph Beldam, F.S.A.
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Ancient Remains found in the Isle of Portland. From notices and drawings communicated by Professor James Buckman, F.R.G.S. (pp 46-59)
Professor James Buckman, F.R.G.S.
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Gold Pectoral Cross found at Clare Castle, Suffolk (pp 60-71)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Will of Sir John Stanley of Honford, Cheshire; dated A.D. 1527. From the Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster (pp 72-84)
Joseph Burtt, Assistant Keeper of the Public Records
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Wattlesborough Tower, Shropshire (pp 97-102)
Edward Blore, D.C.L., F.S.A.
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On a Ceraunia of Jade converted into a Gnostic Talisman (pp 103-116)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Supplementary Notes on Celts and other Implements used as Talismans (pp 116-118)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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On the Painted Glass in Fairford Church, and its claim to be considered the work of Albert Durer (pp 119-136)
Rev. J. Fuller Russell, B.C.L., F.S.A.
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Saxon Situla, found at Fairford, Gloucestershire (pp 137-138)
Professor James Buckman, F.G.S., &c
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Notes on the Contents of some of the Armouries in the Swiss Arsenals (pp 139-144)
Major-General Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Charter of Confirmation by Ralph de Mortimer of a Grant to the Monks of Worcester (pp 145-148)
Sir Edmund A. Harley Lechmere, Bart
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Howden Church, Yorkshire (pp 179-191)
The late Rev. John Louis Petit, M.A., F.S.A.
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Mediaeval Art, and the Fairford Windows (pp 192-206)
John Green Waller
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Ancient Sun-dials. Especially-Irish examples, illustrated by the late George V. Du Noyer, M.R.I.A. (pp 207-223)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Contributions towards the History of Mediaeval Armour and Weapons. Tilting Helm found in the Triforim of Westminster Abbey (pp 224-227)
John Hewitt
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Pen Caer Helen, Carnarvonshire (pp 228-232)
Rev. T. G. Bonney, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge
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The Formal Decree of Divorce of Sir John Stanley, of Honford, and Margaret his wife, dated A.D. 1528. From the Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster (pp 233-241)
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The Great Cannon of Muhammad II (A.D. 1464), presented to the British Government by the Sultan and now in the Museum of Artillery, Woolwich (pp 261-280)
Major-General J. H. Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Remarks on a Gem of the Lacoon (pp 281-289)
Edward Smirke, Vice-Warden of the Stannaries
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Sepulchral Barrows at Broad Down, Devon, and a unique Cup of Bituminous Shale found there (pp 290-311)
Rev. Richard Kirwan, M.A.
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Notarial Instrument, data A.D. 1322, relating to St. Nectan's Chapel in the parish of S Winnow, Cornwall (pp 312-317)
John Maclean, F.S.A.
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Supplementary Notes on the Documents regarding St. Nectan's Chapel (pp 317-318)
Edward Smirke
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General Index (pp 351-358)
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Archaeological Intelligence
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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