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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 6.3 (1890)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 6.3 (1890)- Cover

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Report 1986-7
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. lxxxix-xc)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. xci-cxxvi)
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X. On a Roman Inscription upon a slab of Parian marble, lately presented to Trinity College Library.
C. W. King, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 313-320)
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XI. On Mural Paintings and other coloured decorations at Chippenham Church, Cambridgeshire
C. E. Keyser, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 321-330)
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XII. Note on two fragments of a MS. of Chaucer's Troilus and Cressida.
Professor Dr George Stephens, D. Litt.; Rev Professor Skeat (pp. 331-336)
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XIII. On a Seventh Century leaf of the Lex Wisigothica.
Professor Dr George Stephens, D. Litt.; Rev Professor Skeat (pp. 337-344)
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XIV. On the Seal of John Salle, Esquire.
Rev. C. R. Manning, M. A., Corpus Christi College, F. S. A. (pp. 345-346)
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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society at its forty-seventhannual general meeting. May 24, 1887. Also Communications made to the society. No. XXIX. Being No. 3 of the sixth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 1 Mb