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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 15.1 (1911)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 15.1 (1911)- Cover

Table of Contents

Report for the year 1909-10
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-012)
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Discoveries at Meydum and Memphis.
Professor W. M. Flinders Petrie, D. C. L., F. B. A. (pp. 012-019)
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1. oland, a Swedish Island (One Text Figure and Plate I). 2. An Ancient Font at Skanor, Skane, Sweden (Plate II).
W. L. H. Duckworth, M. D., Sc. D. (pp. 020-025)
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The Cult of the Twenty-four Elders in Egypt.
Mr S. Gaselee (pp. 025-025)
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The Ship in the St Christopher window in Thaxted Church, with remarks on early methods of reefing sails (One Text Figure and Plate III).
Mr H. H. Brindley (pp. 026-041)
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The Tombs of SS. Peter and Paul.
The Very Rev. Monsignor Barnes (pp. 041-041)
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I. On the Late Survival of a Celtic Population in East Anglia. II. On the Wandlebury Legend.
Mr Arthur Gray (pp. 042-062)
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1. An Ancient Irish Dug-out Canoe. 2. A Cist Grave in county Wexford.
Professor Ridgeway, F. B. A. (pp. 062-062)
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Hortus Deliciarum of Herrade of Lansperg, a Picture-book of the Early Middle Ages.
Dr M. R. James, F. B. A. (pp. 062-062)
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Some Nigerian Head-hunters.
Captain A. J. N. Tremearne (pp. 063-063)
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Winchester Cathedral.
Mr T. G. Jackson, R. A. (pp. 063-063)
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A recently discovered Neolithic Site at Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire. (One Text Figure and Plates IV, V)
Rev. F. G. Walker, M. A. (pp. 064-067)
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The Soudan, Ancient and Modern.
Mr F. W. Green (pp. 067-067)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 17 October - 5 December 1910. With Communications made to the society. Michaelmas Term 1910. No. LVIII. Being No. 1 of the fifteenth volume. (Ninth Volume of the New Series). [Complete Volume] PDF 3 Mb