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Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 52 (1895) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries
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Picture Board Dummies (pp 1-24)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle
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The Mining Operations and Metallurgy of the Romans in England and Wales, being the opening address of the Historical Section at the Shrewsbury Meeting (pp 25-42)
J. Charles Cox, LL.D., F.S.A.
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A List of the Annual Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute (pp 43-44)
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On a Dumb Bell at Knole (pp 45-46)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle
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Monumental Brasses in Shropshire (pp 47-103)
Mill Stephenson, B.A., F.S.A.
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An Elizabethan Armourer's Album (pp 113-128)
Viscount Dillon, F.S.A.
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An Old Watch and its Maker (pp 129-138)
Talfourd Ely, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Antiquities of Vienne. Appendix (pp 139-157)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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Notes on Huntington Shaw, Blacksmith, his reputed work, his tomb formerly at Hampton, Middlesex, and ironwork from the railing of the same (pp 158-172)
R. Garraway Rice, F.S.A.
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English Municipal Heraldry (pp 173-197)
W. H. St. John Hope, M.A.
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Antiquarian Notes on the Rose (pp 207-221)
J. Lewis Andre, F.S.A.
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Notes on Egyptian Colours (pp 222-239)
F. C. J. Spurrell
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Philae: The Nubian Valley and the Modified Nile Reservoir (pp 240-249)
Somers Clarke, F.S.A.
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Notes on Two Curious Padlocks in the Carlisle Museum (pp 250-252)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle
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The Progressive or Expansional Significance of Place-names (pp 253-265)
Rev. Canon Atkinson
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The Origin of some lines of small pits on Allerston and Ebberston Moors, near Scamridge Dykes, in the neighbourhood of Scarborough (pp 266-270)
J. R. Mortimer
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Beverley in the Olden Times (pp 271-282)
W. Stephenson, M.R.C.S.
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Inaugural Address of His Grace The Archbishop of York to the Annual Meeting held at Scarborough (pp 283-291)
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On the Chap-books in the Bibliotheca Jacksoniana in Tullie House, Carlisle (pp 292-335)
Chancellor Ferguson, F.S.A.
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Opening Address of the Antiquarian Section at the Scarborough Meeting (pp 336-347)
W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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The Signs of Old Fleet Street to the end of the Eighteenth Century (pp 348-391)
F. G. Hilton Price, Dir.S.A.
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General Index (pp 411-416)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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