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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 14.1 (1909)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 14.1 (1909)- Cover

Table of Contents

Hair and Wig Powdering from early days.
W. B. Redfern (pp. 001-006)
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On the Human Bones found on the site of the Augustine Friary, Bene't Street, Cambridge (Plan and Five Text Figures).
W. L. H. Duckworth, M. D., Sc. D. and W Innes Pocock, M. A. (pp. 007-038)
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Observations on 100 School-Boys at Alahama de Aragon, Spain (Plates I-II).
W. L. H. Duckworth, M. D., Sc. D. (pp. 039-050)
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Sixty-ninth Annual Report.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 051-072)
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The Recent Excavations at Glastonbury Abbey.
F. Bligh Bond, F. R. I. B. A. (pp. 072-072)
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The Palace of Apries, Memphic.
Professor W. M. Flinders Petrie, D. C. L., F. Brit. Acad. (pp. 073-073)
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The Problem as to the Changes in the Course of the Cam since Roman Times (Two Text Figures).
Ven. Archdeacon Cunningham, D. D., F. Brit. Acad. (pp. 074-085)
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Western Oases in Egypt and their Antiquities.
F. W. Green, M. A. (pp. 086-086)
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William Dowsing's Destructions in Cambridgeshire.
Rev. J. G. Cheshire, M. A. (pp. 086-086)
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The Ship in the Windows of King's College Chapel, Cambridge (Plate III, Six Text Figures).
H. H. Brindley, M. A., and Alan H. Moore, B. A. (pp. 087-110)
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Grantchester and Cambridge.
Re. Professor W. W. Skeat, Litt. D., F. Brit. Acad. (pp. 111-122)
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The Old Mills of Cambridge.
Rev. Dr Stokes (pp. 123-123)
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(a) An Itinerary of the Sixteenth Century, "Le Guide des Chemins d'Angelterre," Jean Bernard, Paris, 1579. (b) John Cary, Engraver and Mapseller (fl. 1769-1836).
Sir George Fordham (pp. 123-123)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 18 October - 6 December 1909. With Communications made to the society. Michaelmas term 1909. No. LV. Being No. I of the fourteenth volume. (Eighth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 3 Mb