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Volume 55 (1898) - Table of Contents

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Sherborne School before, under, and after Edward VI (pp 1-83)
Arthur F. Leach, F.S.A.
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A Saxon Church at Breamore, Hants (pp 84-87)
Rev. A. Du Boulay Hill, M.A.
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Excavations at Springs Bloomery (iron smelting hearth) near Coniston Hall, Lancashire, with Notes on the probable age of the Furness Bloomeries (pp 88-105)
H. S. Cowper, F.S.A.
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Mr. George Thomas Clark (pp 106-109)
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An Effigy to a member of the Martin Family in Piddletown Church, Dorset (pp 119-121)
Viscount Dillon, Hon. M.A. Oxon., P.S.A.
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Old and New Methods in Writing History, being the opening address of the Historical Section at the Dorchester Meeting (pp 122-144)
Sir Henry H. Howorth, K.C.I.E., D.C.L., M.P., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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The Remains of Carmelite Buildings upon the site of "Ye Marygold" at Temple Bar (pp 145-154)
F. G. Hilton Price, Dir.S.A.
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An Ancient British Settlement consisting of a double row of pits on Danby North Moor, Yorkshire (pp 155-165)
J. R. Mortimer
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Further Notes on the Rose, and remarks on the Lily (pp 166-182)
J. Lewis Andre, F.S.A
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More Picture Board Dummies (pp 183-186)
R. S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle
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The Mosaic of Monnus (pp 203-258)
Bunnell Lewis, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Relation between Archaeology, Chronology and Land Oscillations in post-glacial times; being the opening address to the Antiquarian Section at the Lancaster Meeting (pp 259-285)
Robert Munro, M.A., M.D., F.R.S.E., Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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The Antiquities of Hayling Island (pp 286-295)
Talfourd Ely, M.A., F.S.A.
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Tilting in Tudor Times (pp 296-321)
Viscount Dillon, Hon. M.A. Oxon., P.S.A.
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Additional Notes Illustrative of Tilting in Tudor Times (pp 329-339)
Viscount Dillon, Hon. M.A. Oxon., P.S.A.
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Some further Notes on Saxon Churches: being the address at the opening of the Architectural Section of the Lancaster Meeting (pp 340-349)
J. T. Micklethwaite, V.P.S.A.
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The Oldest Extant Minutes of a Meeting of the Governors of Sherborne School (pp 350-352)
W. B. Wildman, M.A.
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The Corporate Insignia, Plate and Charters of Lancaster (pp 353-366)
T. Cann Hughes, M.A., Town Clerk and W. O. Roper, F.S.A.
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Aldermaston Church, Berkshire (pp 367-396)
Charles E. Keyser, M.A., F.S.A.
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General Index (pp 413-418)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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