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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 12.1 (1908)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 12.1 (1908)- Cover

Table of Contents

Sixty-sixth Annual Report (for 1905-6)
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-019)
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Appeal for New Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 020-024)
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Herculaneum. (With one Figure in the text and Plate I.)
Professor Hughes (pp. 025-094)
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Historical Notes on Fowlmere.
Rev. Alexander Campbell Yorke (pp. 094-094)
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The Decay of Artistic Handicrafts.
S. Perkins Pick, F. R. I. B. A. (pp. 095-095)
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(1) Neolithic Dewponds. (2). Neolithic Man in the Hills and Plains.
Messrs A. J. and G. Hubbard (pp. 095-095)
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Vetus Liber Archidiaconatus Eliensis.
Rev. C. H. Evelyn White (pp. 095-095)
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Some Notes on the Gold Armilla found in Grunty Fen, together with Mr Isaac Deck's original account of its discovery in 1844. (With one Figure in the text and Plates II, III.)
Baron A. von Hugel (pp. 096-105)
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The Dancing Towers of Italy and India.
Mrs Wherry (pp. 105-105)
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The Plains of Mesopotamia, the Forests of Pontus, and the Highlands of Kurdistan.
Capt. Mark Sykes (pp. 105-105)
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Sixty-seventh Annual General Meeting
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 106-106)
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The Arretine Vase in the Cambridge Archaeological Museum. (With Plates IV, V.)
H. B. Walters, Esq. (pp. 107-113)
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The Morning Star Ceremony of the Pawnee.
A. C. Haddon, Sc. D., F. R. S. (pp. 113-113)
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The Round Moat at Fowlmere. (With one Figure in the text.)
Rev. A. C. Yorke (pp. 114-119)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 22 Oct. 1906 - 27 May 1907. With Communications made to the society. No. XLVIII. Being No. 1 of the twelfth volume. (Sixth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 6 Mb