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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 12.2 (1908)



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Table of Contents

Sixty-seventh Annual Report (for 1906-1907)
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 121-132)
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On the Excavations in Kings Lane. (With one Figure in the text and Plate VI)
Professor Hughes (pp. 133-139)
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1. A slinger's leaden bullet from Nauportus (Tacitus, Ann.I. 20) now Oberlaibach, Carniola. 2. On the legend of the Argo as connected with the same locality.
Rev. J. B. Pearson, D. D. (pp. 140-141)
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The Dual Origin of the Town of Cambridge.
Arthur Gray, M. A. (pp. 141-141)
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La Bretagne et sa Litterature.
Mons. Le Braz (pp. 141-141)
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Excursion round Old Cambridge. (With Plates VII-X)
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 142-143)
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Recent additions to the Museum
Baron A. von Hugel (pp. 144-146)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 21 Oct. - 2 Dec. 1907. With Communications made to the society. No. XLIX. Being No. 2 of the twelfth volume. (Sixth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 1 Mb