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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 6.2 (1888)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 6.2 (1888)- Cover

Table of Contents

Report 1885-6
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. liii-liv)
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Appendix
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. lv-lxxxvi)
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VI. The Lake of Moeris and the Patriarch Joseph.
F. Cope Whitehouse, Esq. (pp. 177-194)
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VII. On Eadmer's Elaboration of the first four books of the Historia Novorum in Anglia (with two facsimiles).
Martin Rule, M. A., Pembroke College (pp. 195-304)
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VIII. Remarks on the Land Measures employed in the Channel Islands.
W. de Gruchy, Esq. (pp. 305-308)
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IX. Some account of the site of a Roman Veteran's holding at Abington Piggots, in the County of Cambridge.
Rev. W. Graham F. Pigott, M. A., Peterhouse (pp. 309-312)
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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society at its forty-sixth annual general meeting. May 24, 1886. Also Communications made to the society. No. XXVIII. Being No. 2 of the sixth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 7 Mb