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Volume 66 (1909) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries
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Chantry Chapels in England (pp 1-32)
Paul Biver and F. E. Howard
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The Romano-British Establishment at Stroud, near Petersfield, Hants (pp 33-52)
A. Moray Williams, B.A.
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The Corbridge Excavations, 1908 (pp 53-61)
W. H. Knowles, F.S.A. and R. H. Forster, M.A., LL.B.
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A note on a Roman Sarcophagus now in the Museo delle Terme (pp 62-66)
A. H. S. Yeames, M.A.
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Some Account of the Library at the Kepier School, Houghton-le-Spring (pp 67-76)
R. W. Ramsey, F.R.L.S.
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The Gold Chains, The Pendants, The Paternosters and the Zones of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Later Times (pp 77-102)
Albert Hartshorne, F.S.A.
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: its Origin and History. Part II - The second Christ Church Canterbury Chronicle or MS.F. (pp 105-144)
Sir Henry H. Howorth, K.C.I.E., D.C.L., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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An Outline of the History of Gunpowder and that of the Hand-gun, from the epoch of the earliest records to the end of the fifteenth century (pp 145-170)
R. Coltman Clepham, F.S.A.
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Prehistoric Durham, York and Manchester (pp 171-174)
Professor W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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The Architecture of the Cistercians with special reference to some of their earlier Churches in England (pp 185-280)
John Bilson, F.S.A.
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Haughmond Abbey, Shropshire (pp 281-310)
W. H. St. John Hope, M.A. and Harold Brakspear, F.S.A.
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The Symbolism of the Crocodile in the Middle Ages (pp 311-338)
George C. Druce
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The Rood-Screen of Moulton Church, Lincolnshire (pp 339-342)
Aymer Vallance
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Grantham Parish Church (pp 401-406)
A. Hamilton Thompson, M.A.
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A List of the Annual Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute (pp 424-426)
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Report of the Council for the year 1908-1909 (pp 427-429)
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General Index (pp 430-436)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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