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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 4.2 (1878)



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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-eighth annual general meeting, May 27, 1878. With an abstract of the proceedings of the society, 1877-1878.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. i-xxii)
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VIII. On the Flint Implements found at Helwan near Cairo, by A J. Jukes-Browne, Esq., B. A. F. G. S.
T. M. K. Hughes, Esq., M. A., Woodwardian Professor of Geology (pp. 085-096)
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IX. On some Ancient Court Rolls of the Manor of Littleport in the Isle of Ely.
W. Marshall, Esq. (pp. 097-108)
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X. On Coining, and the Implements of Coining.
J. D. Robertson, Esq., Trinity College. (pp. 109-128)
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XI. Description of a Norwegian Calendar.
E. Magnusson, Esq., M. A., Trinity college (pp. 129-176)
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XII. On a Flint Implement found at Barnwell.
A. F. Griffith, Esq., Christ's College (pp. 177-180)
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XIII. Notice of a Ring found at Montpensier, and supposed to have belonged to the Black Prince.
Edw. Hailstone, Esq., Jun (pp. 181-186)
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Report and Communications. Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-eighth annual general meeting, May 27, 1878, with an abstract of the proceedings of the society 1877-1878. Also Communications made to the society. No. XX. Being No. 2 of the fourth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 6 Mb