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Volume 41 (1884) - Table of Contents

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The Architectural History of the Cluniac Priory of St. Pancras at Lewes (pp 1-34)
W. H. St. John Hope, B.A., F.S.A.
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Traces of Teutonic Settlements in Sussex, as illustrated by Land Tenure and Place Names (pp 35-46)
F. E. Sawyer, F. Met. Soc.
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On some Pottery, Flint Weapons, and other objects from British Honduras (pp 47-53)
General Sir Henry Lefroy, R.A., F.R.S.
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Saxon Remains in Minster Church, Isle of Sheppy (pp 54-57)
J. Park-Harrison, M.A.
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Address of Major-General Pitt-Rivers to the Antiquarian Section at the Annual Meeting of the Institute, held at Lewes (pp 58-78)
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The Friar Preachers, or Black Friars of Kings Lynn (pp 79-86)
Rev. C. F. R. Palmer
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Original Documents (pp 87-91)
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The Gallo-Roman Monuments of Reims (pp 105-154)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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On the methods used by the Romans for extinguishing conflagrations (pp 155-167)
Rev. Joseph Hirst
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Jewish Seal found at Woodbridge (pp 168-170)
C. W. King, M.A.
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Roman Pottery found at Worthing (pp 171-172)
A. J. Fenton
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Roman Inscriptions discovered in Britain in 1883 (pp 173-188)
W. Thompson Watkin
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The Battle of Lewes (pp 189-202)
Rev. W. R. W. Stephens, M.A.
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Some Remarks on the Pfahlgraben and Saalburg Camp in Germany, in relation to the Roman Wall and Camps in Northumberland (pp 203-210)
James Hilton, F.S.A.
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Archeological Intelligence (pp 222)
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Presidential Address of His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, at the Newcastle Meeting (pp 223-229)
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On the Religious Symbolism of the Unicorn (pp 230-241)
Rev. Joseph Hirst
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Roman Jewish Seal (pp 242-243)
C. W. King, M.A.
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The Roman Forces in Britain (pp 244-271)
W. Thompson Watkin
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On Gauntlets (pp 272-290)
Baron de Cosson
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Swan Marks (pp 291-296)
Edward Peacock, F.S.A.
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An attempt to discover the meaning of the Shears combined with Clerical Symbols on incised grave-slabs at Dearham and Melmerby (pp 297-299)
Rev. Thomas Lees, M.A.
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Gundrada de Warrenne (pp 300-312)
Edmond Chester Waters
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Recent Roman discoveries at Lincoln (pp 313-326)
Rev. Precentor Venables
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The Discoveries at Lanuvium (pp 327-334)
R. P. Pullan, F.R.I.B.A.
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The Percies in Scotland (pp 335-341)
J. Bain, F.S.A. Scot.
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Roman Antiquities from San (pp 342-348)
W. M. Flinders Petrie
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Repton Priory, Derbyshire (pp 349-369)
W. H. St. John Hope, M.A., F.S.A.
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Civic Maces (pp 370-373)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A.
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On the difference in plan alleged to exist between churches of Austin canons and those of monks, and the frequency with which such churches were parochial (pp 374-414)
Rev. J. F. Hodgson
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Memorandum of Association of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (pp 451-457)
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General Index (pp 458-470)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notes of Archeological Publications
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