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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 10.3 (1903)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 10.3 (1903)- Cover

Table of Contents

A supposed Romano-British settlement at Odsey.
Mr H. G. Fordham (pp. 169-173)
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The Potter's field at Horningsea. Part I.
Professor Hughes (pp. 174-194)
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A Roman Potter's field near Jesus College.
Professor Hughes (pp. 194-196)
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A box of weights and scales for testing moidores.
Professor Hughes (pp. 197-198)
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A Kaffir pillow with a handle.
Professor Hughes (pp. 199-199)
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Nottingham Stone-ware and Sgraffiato ware.
Dr J. W. L. Glaisher (pp. 199-202)
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Delft Pharmaceutical ware.
Mr W. A. Harding (pp. 202-209)
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Visit to Coptic Monasteries of Egypt.
Mrs Lewis (pp. 210-215)
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The Sepulchral Brass of St Henry of Finland.
Dr M. R. James (pp. 215-222)
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A legend of St Stephen.
Dr M. R. James (pp. 222-230)
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St Urith of Chittlehampton.
Dr M. R. James (pp. 230-234)
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The War-ditches near Cherryhinton.
Professor Hughes (pp. 234-237)
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Earthworks at Boxworth and Knapwell.
Professor Hughes (pp. 237-240)
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Village of Romanized-Britons between Chesterton and Milton.
Professor Hughes (pp. 240-241)
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Modifications of design on an Indian Cloth.
Professor Hughes (pp. 241-242)
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The Explorations of Dr M. A. Stein in Chinese Turkestan.
Mr E. J. Rapson (pp. 242-243)
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The Evolution of the Cart.
Dr A. C. Haddon (pp. 244-244)
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The Remains of the Dog near Cambridge.
Professor Hughes (pp. 245-249)
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On ancient Horse-shoes.
Professor Hughes (pp. 249-258)
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A Turf-parer from Westmoreland.
Professor Hughes (pp. 258-259)
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A pre-Christian cross from Northern Ireland.
Dr A. C. Haddon (pp. 259-260)
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Stages and rejests in Stone implements, at Piny Branch, Washington.
Dr A. C. Haddon (pp. 260-261)
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Recent excavations in the Market-Place, Cambridge.
Professor Hughes (pp. 261-262)
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Annual General Meeting.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 263-264)
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A legend of St Stephen.
Dr M. R. James (pp. 264-264)
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Annual Report of the Council for 1901-1902.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 265-268)
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County History Committee.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 269-270)
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New Members elected.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 271-271)
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Summary of Accounts, 1901.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 272-272)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 273-285)
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Additions to the Library.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 286-291)
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List of Officers and Council, 1902-1903.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 292-292)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 4 July, 1901, to 7 August, 1902. With Communications made to the society. No. XLIII. Being No. 3 of the tenth volume. (Fourth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 6 Mb