The Archaeological Journal

Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 42 (1885) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries
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Opening Address to the Section of Architecture at the Newcastle Meeting (pp 1-10)
Rev. Canon Raine
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Notices of the latest discoveries made in uncovering the Roman baths at Bath, and those at Herbord, near to Poitiers (pp 11-16)
Rev. Prebendary Scarth, M.A.
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Swan Marks (pp 17-19)
Edward Peacock, F.S.A.
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On the Mining Operations of the ancient Romans, with special reference to Blast Furnaces (pp 20-40)
Rev. Joseph Hirst
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The Northumbrian Border (pp 41-89)
Rev. Canon Creighton
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The Morpeth Great Mace (pp 90-95)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A.
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On the difference of plan alleged to exist between churches of Austin Canons and those of Monks; and the frequency with which such churches were parochial (pp 96-119, 215-246, 331)
Rev. J. F. Hodgson
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Roman Inscriptions found in Britain in 1884 (pp 141-158)
W. Thompson Watkin
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Notice of a few more Early Christian Gems (pp 159-170)
C. Drury E. Fortnum, F.S.A.
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The Roman Antiquities of Switzerland (pp 171-214)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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Sandridge Church, Hertfordshire (pp 247-250)
Somers Clarke, F.S.A.
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Scandinavian or "Danish" sculptured stones found in London; and their bearing on the supposed " Scandinavian " or Danish origin of other English sculptured stones (pp 251-259)
Rev. G. F. Browne, B.D.
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Early Sites and Embankments on the Margins of the Thames Estuary (pp 269-302)
F. C. J. Spurrell
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The Carlisle Bushel (pp 303-311)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A.
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Ancient Inventories of goods belonging to the parish church of St. Margaret Pattens in the city of London (pp 312-330)
W. H. St.John Hope, M.A., F.S.A.
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Dedication names of ancient churches in the counties of Durham and Northumberland (pp 370-383)
J. V. Gregory
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Balance sheet for 1884 (pp 388)
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Opening Address to the Historical Section at the Derby Meeting (pp 389-397)
Reverend the Dean of Lichfield
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On the present prospects of Archaeology at Athens (pp 398-419)
Rev. Joseph Hirst
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The Fernyhalgh Chalice and Paten (pp 420-423)
T. M. Fallow, M.A.
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The Romano-Greek Inscriptions in England (pp 424-434)
Professor E. C. Clark
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Lockers for the Processional Cross (pp 435-439)
Rev. C. R. Manning, M.A.
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Bishop Antony Beeke's Register of the Prebendaries of Lincoln, 1333 and 1343 (pp 469-475)
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General Index (pp 520-523)
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Archaeological Intelligence
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notes of Archaeological Publications
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List of Members
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