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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 5.1 (1883)



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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society at its forty-first annual meeting. May 30, 1881
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. iii-x)
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An abstract of the proceedings at the meetings of the society during the year ending May 30, 1881.
Professor Hughes (pp. xi-xxvii)
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I. On two remarkable engraved Gems of early Christian work.
Rev. C. W. King, M.A., Trinity College (pp. 001-004)
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II. Account of the excavation of an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Barrington, Cambridgeshire. (With 12 plates.)
Walter K. Foster, esq., F.S.A (pp. 005-032)
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III. "Stampare a conio." How did the Romans strike their Medallions?
Rev. C. W. King, M.A., Trinity College (pp. 033-040)
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IV. On the portrait of Homer upon an unpublished coin of Nicaea in Bithynia.
Rev. S. S. Lewis, M.A., Corpus Christi College (pp. 041-046)
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V. On the earthen rampart at Perekop, at the entrance to the Crimea.
Rev. J. B. Pearson, D.D., Emmanuel College (pp. 047-061)
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Report made to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society at its forty-first annual general meeting. May 30, 1881. Also Communications made to the society. No. XXIII. Being No. 1 of the fifth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 7 Mb