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Volume 69 (1912) - Table of Contents

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The Figure-Sculpture of the West Front of Exeter Cathedral Church (pp 1-35)
Miss E. K. Prideaux
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The Inlaid Tiles of Westminster Abbey (pp 36-73)
Rev. P.B. Clayton, M.A.
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A Suit of Armour in the Tower of London (pp 74-87)
Viscount Dillon, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Painted Book of Genesis in the British Museum (pp 88-111)
W. R. Lethaby, F.S.A.
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The Outfit for the Profession of an Austin Canoness at Lacock, Wilts, in the year 1395 (pp 117-124)
Rev. W. G. Clark-Maxwell, M.A., F.S.A.
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The Accounts of the Constables of the Village of Stathern, Leicestershire (pp 125-160)
Everard L. Guilford, M.A.
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Extracts from the Documentary History of the Tower of London (pp 161-172)
Harold Sands, F.S.A.
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Notes on the Development of the Tower of London (pp 173-181)
C. R. Peers, M.A., Sec. S.A.
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Caerleon, Caerwent, Gellygaer and Cardiff Castle (pp 182-204)
John Ward, F.S.A.
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On some sources of error in assigning objects found in sands and gravels to the age of those deposits, with special reference to the so-called Eoliths (pp 205-228)
Professor T. McKenny Hughes, M.A., F.R.S.
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Monumental Effigies sculptured by Nicholas Stone (pp 229-275)
Alfred C. Fryer, Ph.D., F.S.A.
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The Accounts of the Ironworks at Sheffield and Worth in Sussex, 1546-1549 (pp 276-311)
M. S. Giuseppi, F.S.A.
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: its origin and history. Part III (pp 312-370)
Sir Henry H. Howorth, K.C.I.E., D.C.L., F.R.S., F.S.A.
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The Caladrius and its Legend, Sculptured upon the Twelfth-Century Doorway of Alne Church, Yorkshire (pp 381-416)
George C. Druce, F.S.A.
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The Defeat of the Ninth Legion, A.D. 60 (pp 417-420)
T. Davies Pryce, M.R.C.S.
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The Hunsbury Hill Finds (pp 421-432)
Reginald A. Smith, F.S.A.
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Report of the Council for the year 1911-1912 (pp 535-537)
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General Index (pp 538-543)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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Notices of Archaeological Publications
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