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Volume 51 (1894) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries
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Further Notes on the Abbey Buildings at Westminster (pp 1-27)
J. T. Micklethwaite, F.S.A.
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The Sacring of the English Kings (pp 28-42)
J. Wickham Legg, F.S.A.
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The Introduction of Armorial Bearings into England (pp 43-48)
J. H. Round, M.A.
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On Immuring Nuns who had broken their Vows (pp 49-58)
Edward Peacock, F.S.A.
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Athena and Enkelados, as represented on a Greek Vase (pp 67-75)
Talfourd Ely, M.A., F.S.A.
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Monumental Brass in the Old or West Church, Aberdeen (pp 76-80)
Cecil T. Davis
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On Remedies in the Sloane Collections, and on Alchemical Symbols (pp 81-98)
F. C. J. Spurrell
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On an Italo-Greck Terra-cotta Lamp (pp 99-103)
C .D. E. Fortnum, D.C.L., V.P.S.A., and Hon. V.P.
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The Tomb of St. Hugh at Lincoln (pp 104-108)
T. J. Willson
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The Beginnings of Lithography (pp 109-119)
Emanuel Green, F.S.A.
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Original Document: Inventory of Jewels and Plate at All Souls' College, Oxford, 1448 (pp 120-122)
Communicated by W. H. St. John Hope, M.A.
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On the Work of Florentine Sculptors in England in the early part of the eixteenth century; with special reference to the Tombs of Cardinal Wolsey and King Henry VIII (pp 129-220_367-370)
Alfred Higgins, F.S.A.
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The Methods of Archreological Research, being the Presidential Address at the Shrewsbury Meeting (pp 221-250)
Sir Henry Howorth, K.C.I.E., D.C.L., M.P., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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The Antiquities of Vienne (pp 251-267_371-401)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Devastation of Nubia (pp 268-282)
Somers Clarke, F.S.A.
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The Municipal Records of Shrewsbury (pp 283-292)
Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher, M.A., F.S.A.
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Archaeological Intelligence (pp 294-295)
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On the Armorial Ensigns of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, and of the Five Regius Professors (pp 299-324)
W. H. St. John Hope, M.A.
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The Growth of Architecture: being the address at the opening meeting of the Architectural Section at the Shrewsbury Meeting (pp 325-336)
Charles J. Ferguson, F.S.A.
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Silchester (pp 337-359)
George E. Fox, M.A., F.S.A.
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Opening Address of the Antiquarian Section at the Shrewsbury Meeting (pp 360-366)
Stanley Leighton, M.P., F.S.A.
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General Index (pp 421-424)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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List of Members
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