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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 13.2 (1909)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 13.2 (1909)- Cover

Table of Contents

Early Indian History.
Professor Rapson, M. A. (pp. 143-145)
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A Hoard of Metal found at Santon Downham, Suffolk. (Plates XV-XVII, Eleven Text-Figures).
R. A. Smith, F. S. A. (pp. 146-163)
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Comberton Maze and the Origin of Mazes.
Rev. F. G. Walker, M. A. (pp. 163-163)
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Early University Property.
Rev. D. Stokes (pp. 164-184)
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The Connection of the Church of Chesterton with the Abbey of Vercelli (Plates XVIII-XXI).
J. E. Foster, M. A. (pp. 185-212)
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Ancient and Modern Views of the Constitution of the Milky Way.
Sir Robert Stawell Ball (pp. 219-219)
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The Secret societies of the Banks Islands.
Dr W. H. R. Rivers (pp. 219-219)
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Open Meeting. Two Views of Houses formerly standing to the East of King;s College Chapel (Plate XXV).
Rev. Dr Stokes (pp. 220-222)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 25 January - 15 March 1909. With Communications made to the society. Lent Term 1909. No. LIII. Being No. 2 of the thirteenth volume. (Seventh Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 5 Mb