The Archaeological Journal

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Volume 26 (1869) - Table of Contents

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The Horn of Ulphus (pp 1-11)
Robert Davies, F.S.A.
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The Rise and Race of Hastings (pp 12-19, 121-136, 236-257)
George T. Clark, F.S.A.
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Contributions towards the History of Mediaeval Armour and Weapons - Helmets of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, called Salades (pp 20-24)
John Hewitt
Talismans and Amulets (pp 25-34, 149-157, 225-235)
Charles W. King, M.A.
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Celtic Spoons (pp 35-51)
Very Rev. Canon Rock, D.D.
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Notices of certain Bronze Relics, assigned to the Late Celtic Period (pp 52-83)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Confirmation by Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, of the Church of Bexley, Kent, to the Canons of the Holy Trinity, London (pp 84-89)
Joseph Burtt, one of the Assistant-Keepers of Public Records
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Levens Hall, Westmoreland (pp 97-120)
Rev. G. F. Weston, M.A.
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On some Finger-rings, of the Early Christian Period (pp 137-148)
C. Drury E. Fortnum, F.S.A.
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Perforated Altar-tomb at Newington Street, in Kent (pp 158-165)
John Hewitt
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Petition of the Prior and Canons of Walsingham to Elizabeth, Lady of Clare (pp 166-173)
Rev. James Lee-Warner, M.A.
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Plea for a History of Suffolk (pp 197-208)
Ven. Lord Arthur C. Hervey, M.A.
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Inventory of the Armoury in the Castle of Amboise, in the reign of Louis XII (pp 209-224)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Alabaster Reliquary found in Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire, with Notices of an object of the like description in Anglesey (pp 258-265)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Chelmorton Church, Derbyshire, a few Notes on Sepulchral Slabs and other Vestiges (pp 266-278)
Charles Sprengel Greaves, Q.C.
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Ancient Circular Habitations at Ty Mawr, Holyhead Island, with Notices of other remains there (pp 301-322)
Hon. W. O. Stanley, M.P., F.S.A.
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Some Notes on Facts in the Biography of Sir Simonds D'Ewes (pp 323-338)
The late John Bruce, F.S.A.
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Antiquities of Bronze found in Devonshire (pp 339-351)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Notice of a Portrait of Dante in the Church of St. Anastasia, Verona (pp 352-356)
John Green Waller
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Lease of a Fishery at Lapworth, Warwickshire, t. Edward III (pp 357-360)
Joseph Burtt, one of the Assistant-Keepers of Public Records
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General Index (pp 419-426)
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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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