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Volume 53 (1896) - Table of Contents

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On the Recent Discoveries at the East End of the Cathedral Church of Durham (pp 1-18)
John Bilson, F.S.A.
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Notes about Dumb Bells (pp 19-25)
R.S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle
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Further Megalithic Discoveries and Explorations in the Islands of Malta during 1892 and 1893, under the Governorship of Sir Henry A. Smyth, K.C.M.G. (pp 26-45)
A. A. Caruana, Director of Education
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On some Flint Implements from Egypt and Denmark (pp 46-55)
F. C. J. Spurrell
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Roman Antiquities in Carinthia (pp 56-107)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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A Cyprian Terra-cotta (pp 115-125)
Talfouhd Ely, M.A., F.S.A.
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Feathers and Plumes (pp 126-139)
Viscount Dillon, F.S.A.
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Further great Stones, Gozo, explored in 1893 (pp 140-143)
A. A. Caruana, Director of Education
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Killing Pits (pp 144-150)
J. R. Mortimer
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The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book (pp 151-159)
J. A. Fuller Maitland
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On recently discovered Mural Paintings at Willingham Church, Cambridge, and elsewhere in the South of England (pp 160-191)
C. E. Keyser, M.A., F.S.A.
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Some notes on the study of old Parish Churches (pp 193-203)
J. T. Micklethwaite, F.S.A.
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Rutupiae (pp 204-214)
Henry Sharpe
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Kent in relation to the Ethnographic Survey (pp 215-234)
E. W. Brabrook, F.S.A., President of the Anthropological Institute
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The early Minute Books of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury (pp 235-248)
Francis W. Cross
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Opening Address of the Antiquarian Section at Canterbury (pp 249-257)
Professor T. M'Kenny Hughes, F.R.S., F.S.A.
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Inventories of the Goods of Henry of Eastry (1331), Richard of Oxenden (1334), and Robert Hathbrand (1339), successively priors of the monastery of Cliristchurch, Canterbury (pp 258-283)
Transcribed and annotated by W. H. St. John Hope, M.A.
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The Re-popularisation of History, being the Opening Address of the Historical Section at Canterbury (pp 285-292)
Professor E. C. Clark, LL.D., F.S.A.
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Something about Saxon Church Building (pp 293-351)
J. T. Micklethwaite, F.S.A.
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The Roman Coast Fortresses of Kent (pp 352-375)
George E. Fox, Hon. M.A. Oxon., F.S.A.
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General Index (pp 397-405)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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