The Archaeological Journal

Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 3 (1846) - Table of Contents

Prelims
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Observations in disproof of the pretended marriage of William de Warren, Earl of Surrey, with a daughter of Matildis, daughter of Baldwin, Comte of Flanders, by William the Conqueror (pp 1-26)
Thomas Stapleton
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On the Torc of the Celts (pp 27-38)
Samuel Birch
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On the Cromlechs extant in the Isle of Anglesey (pp 39-44)
Rev. H. Longueville Jones
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On Crannoges, and Remains discovered in them (pp 44-49)
E. P. S.
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Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the Isle of Man. Cathedral of St. German (pp 49-58)
Rev. J. L. Petit
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On some remains of the work of William of Wykeham, at Windsor Castle (pp 59-61)
E. B.
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Medieval Pottery (pp 62-64)
J. I.
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Inventory of Reginald Labbe, A.D. 1293 (pp 65-66)
T. H. T.
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Books, Prints, and Antiquities, presented to the Institute (pp 90-92)
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On some British Kistvaens (Stone Coffins) under the present church-yard of Pytchley, Northamptonshire (pp 105-115)
Rev. Abner W. Brown
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Antiquities found at Woodperry, Oxon (pp 116-128)
J. W.
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Notices of Ancient Ornaments, Vessels, and appliances of sacred use - The Chalice (pp 129-140)
Albert Way
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On the History and Remains of the Franciscan Friery, Reading (pp 141-148)
John Billings
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St. Winefrede's Well at Holywell, Flintshire (pp 148-150)
Ambrose Poynter
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Notice of a Decorated Pavement in Haccombe Church, Devonshire (pp 151-154)
Lord Alwyn Compton
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Observations on the Progress of the Art of Sculpture in England, in medieval times, and notices of some artists, by whom it was practised (pp 193-205)
Sir R. Westmacott, R.A.
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On some arrangements for the Hanging of Bells in Churches without Towers (pp 205-213)
I. H. P.
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Notices of the Priory of Southwick, in the County of Southampton (pp 214-222)
Rev. W. H. Gunner
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Towyn-y-Capel, and the ruined Chapel of St. Bride, on the west coast of Holyhead Island: with notices of the curious interments there discovered (pp 223-228)
Hon. William Owen Stanley, M.P.
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Some Notices of Records preserved amongst the corporation archives at Southampton (pp 229-233)
W. S. W. Vaux
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The Cross-legged Effigy at Horsted Keynes, Sussex: with some remarks on early effigies of diminutive dimensions (pp 234-239)
W. S. W.
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Ancient Chess-Men, with some remarks on their value as illustrations of medieval costume (pp 239-245)
Albert Way
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Icenia: notices of Roman Remains, and evidences of occupation (pp 246-251)
Rev. J. Gunn
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Extracts from the Archives, St. Paul's, London (pp 252-254)
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On some Anomalies observable in the Earlier Styles of English Architecture (pp 285-297)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne
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Stanton Lacy Church, near Ludlow (pp 297-298)
J. L. P.
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On some oblique Perforations in the Walls of Churches called Squints or Hagioscopes (pp 299-308)
I. H. P.
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The Castle and Parliaments of Northampton (pp 309-332)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne
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Illustrations of Domestic Customs during the Middle Ages. Ornamental Fruit-Trenchers inscribed with Posies (pp 333-339)
Albert Way
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Observations on the Wait Service mentioned in the Liber Winton, and on the supposed Monastery of Sapalanda (pp 339-342)
E. Smirke
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Remarkable instance of the use made of the terrors of Excommunication in the thirteenth century (pp 343-347)
W. S. W.
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General Index (pp 397-404)
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Archaeological Intelligence (pp 67-89, 155-165, 255-272, 348-365)
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Notices of Archaeological Publications (pp 93-104, 166-192, 273-284, 366-396)
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