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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 14.2 (1910)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 14.2 (1910)- Cover

Table of Contents

The Western and Eastern Caroline Islands.
F.W. Christian, M. A. (pp. 125-125)
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The Comparitive Study of some Nursey Rhymes.
Miss L. Eckenstein (pp. 125-125)
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The Ford and Bridge of Cambridge (Two Text Figures).
Arthur Gray, M. A. (pp. 126-139)
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British Universities and British Antiquities.
Professor Haverfield, M. A., L. L. D., F. Brit. Acad., F. S. A. (pp. 140-140)
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The Folk Songs of East Anglia.
R. Vaughan-Williams, Mus. D. (pp. 140-140)
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Roman Roads into Cambridge (Two large Maps and Three Text Figures).
F. G. Walker, M. A. (pp. 141-176)
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The Coinage of Antony, Lepidus and Octavius, B. C. 43-31.
H. A. Grueber, F. S. A. (pp. 176-176)
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Old Customs in High Albania.
Miss M. E. Durham (pp. 176-176)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 17 January - 7 March 1910. With Communications made to the society. Lent Term 1910. No. LVI. Being No. 2 of the fourteenth volume. (Eighth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 4 Mb