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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 6.4 (1891)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 6.4 (1891)- Cover

Table of Contents

Report 1887-8
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. cxxix-cxxx)
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Appendix
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. cxxxi-clii)
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XV. Observations upon four Gnostic Gems, lately added to the Lewis Collection.
C. W. King, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 347-354)
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XVI. On the ancient Earth-works between the mouth of the Tyne and the Solway.
Professor Hughes (pp. 355-361)
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XVII. Note on the Cambridge University Press.
Mr R. Bowes (pp. 362-367)
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XVIII. On four Runic Calendars.
Eirikr Magnusson, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 368-373)
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XIX. Notes on a fire-place lately discovered in the Master's Lodge, Christ's College.
J. W. Clark, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 374-377)
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XX. The Fall of Capaneus: An Etruscan Intaglio.
C. W. King, M. A., Trinity College (pp. 378-383)
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XXI. Notes on the tympanum of the south door of Pampisford Church, and on the rectory of Pampisford.
G. F. Browne, B. D., St Catharine's College (pp. 384-394)
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XXII. Notes on Limblow Hill, near Royston, Cambridgeshire.
Professor Hughes (pp. 395-396)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 397-404)
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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society at its forty-eighth annual general meeting. May 21, 1888. Also Communications made to the society. No. XXX. Being No. 4 of the sixth volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 4 Mb