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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 3.4 (1879)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 3.4 (1879)- Cover

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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-sixth annual general meeting, May 15, 1876. With an abstract of the proceedings of the society (including the annual reports XXXIV, XXXV), 1873-176.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-030)
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XXVIII. Notes on Charib Implements in Barbados and the neighbouring (West Indian) Islands.
Rev. William Griffith, M.A., St John's College (pp. 295-302)
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XXIX. On three Statuettes found at Tanagra.
Rev. S. S. Lewis, M. A., Corpus Christi College (pp. 303-306)
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XXX. On the Ancient Onyx known as the 'Mantuan Vase', in the Grand-Ducal Museum at Brunswick.
Rev. John B. Pearson, B. D., Emmanuel College (pp. 307-312)
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XXXI. On some Excavations, apparently of Roman date, recently discovered at Fulbourn.
James Carter, Esq. (pp. 313-316)
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XXXII. On the Legend of the Chapman of Swaffham, in Norfolk.
E. B. Cowell, Esq., M. A., Professor of Sanskrit (pp. 317-322)
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XXXIII. Notes of the Episcopal Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Ely in 1685.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 323-361)
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XXXIV. On the A B C as an authorised School-book in the Sixteenth Century.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 362-370)
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XXXV. On the Cover of the Sarcophagus of Rameses III. now in the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Samuel Birch, Esq., L. L. D. (pp. 371-378)
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XXXVI. A Description of the Medrasen, in Algeria.
J. W. Clark, Esq., M. A., Trinity College (pp. 379-382)
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XXXVII. On the Crook in the right hand of the figure of Rameses III. on the cover of his Sarcophagus now in the Fitzwilliam Museum.
E. H. Palmer, Esq., M. A., Lord Almoner's Reader of Arabic (pp. 383-384)
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XXXVIII. A List of the Documents in the University Registry, from the year 1266 to the year 1544.
Rev. H. R. Laurd, B. D., University Registrary (pp. 385-404)
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XXXIX. Notes on Hobson's House, the White Horse, and the late Mr Cory's House.
Rev. G. F. Browne, St Catherine's College (pp. 405-409)
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Index to Communications, Vol. III.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 410-415)
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