The Archaeological Journal

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Volume 28 (1871) - Table of Contents

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Early Printed Books (pp 1-22)
J. Winter Jones, F.S.A., Principal Librarian and Secretary of the British Museum
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Sir James Tyrell's Chapel at Gipping, Suffolk (pp 23-33)
W. H. Sewell, M.A.
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Remarks on Roman Coins found at Sutton, near Woodbridge, Suffolk (pp 33-40)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A., Professor of Latin in Queen's College, Cork
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The House of Pudens in Rome (pp 41-49)
J. H. Parker, M.A., F.S.A.
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On a Monument in the Cloister of St. Maria Annunziata, at Florence (pp 50-59)
William Burges
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An Extent or Survey by Inquisition of the County of Glamorgan (pp 60-65)
G. T. C
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The Chambered Tumulus in Plas Newydd Park, Anglesey (pp 85-96)
Hon. William Owen Stanley, M.P., F.S.A.
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The Cromlechs of Anglesey (pp 97-108)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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On the Tenth Iter of the Itinerary of Antoninus, and some of the Notitia Stations in the North of England (pp 109-132)
W. Thompson Watkin
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Notes on some Mediaeval Methods of depositing Documents (pp 133-143)
Joseph Burtt, Assistant Keeper of the Public Records
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Supplementary Notices of Relics recently obtained by the Hon. William Owen Stanley, in his researches in Holyhead Island (pp 144-154)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Font of the Twelfth Century, at the Hermitage of Hondesaere, Staffordshire (pp 155-158)
J. Hewitt
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Herbert Charters, probably relating to Herefordshire, of the reign of Edward I. From the Muniments of J. N. Carne, Esq., D.C.L. (pp 159-160)
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Address to the Historical Section of the Annual Meeting of the Institute, held at Cardiff (pp 177-195)
Edward A. Freeman, D.C.L.
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The Block of Tin dredged up in Falmouth Harbour, and now in the Truro Museum (pp 196-202)
Major-General Sir Henry James, R.E., F.R.S., Director-General of the Ordnance Survey
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Notices of Early Helmets, preserved in the Armoury at Parham Park, Sussex (pp 203-209)
Lord Zouche
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On the true Nature of the Contorniate Medals (pp 210-218)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Excavations in Rome during the Winter 1870-71 (pp 219-231)
John Henry Parker, C.B., M.A., F.S.A.
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Inventory of Goods belonging to a Warden of New College, Oxford, A.D. 1396 (pp 232-234)
Henry T. Riley
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Address upon the History of Cardiff and the Surrounding District (pp 257-265)
The Most Noble the Marquis of Bute
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On Finger Rings of the Early Christian Period (pp 266-292)
C. Drury Fortnum, F.S.A.
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The Norman Conquest of South Wales (pp 293-304)
W. Floyd
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Venetian Bronze Guns recovered by Divers in the Mediterranean (pp 305-308)
John Hewitt
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Extents de Kairdiff, Lantrissen, Languniht, Neht, Laniltwit et Liswrini, in the county of Glamorgan (pp 309-314)
G. T. C.
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General Index (pp 343-350)
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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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Roman Exploration Fund
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