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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 15.2 (1911)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 15.2 (1911)- Cover

Table of Contents

Arctic Europeans in the Seventeeth Century and their relation to British Ethnology.
Mr David MacRitchie, F. S. A. (Scot.) (pp. 069-069)
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Cambridge Parish Workhouses (Plates VI-VIII).
Rev. Dr Stokes (pp. 070-142)
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1. Some Consecration Crosses (Six Text Figures). 2. The Sign of The Cromwell Arms, Ely (One TextFigure). 3. Inn Signs painted by Richard Hopkins Leach.
Mr T. D. Atkinson (pp. 143-155)
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Notes on the Cromer Forest Bed (Plate IX).
W. L. H. Duckworth, M. D., Sc. D. (pp. 156-165)
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A Rain-Making Ceremony on a Fragment of Dipylon Vase.
Miss J. E. Harrison (pp. 165-165)
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1. Excavations in the Tumuli at Bourn, Camridgeshire, 1909 (Four Text Figures and Plates X-XII). 2. Excavations at Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1910 (Six Text Figures and PaltesXIII-XV). 3. Excavations near Latham Road, Trumpington (One Text Figure and Plates XVI-XIX).
Rev. F. G. Walker, M. A. (pp. 166-196)
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Calais, sous la Domination Anglaise.
Monsieur F. Lennel, Professeur au College d'Arras, Docteur-es-Lettres (pp. 196-196)
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The Art of Palaeolithic Man.
A. C. Haddon, Sc. D., F. R. S. (pp. 196-196)
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Open Meeting. Two Views of Houses formerly standing to the East of King;s College Chapel (Plate XXV).
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 197-197)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 23 January - 13 March 1911. With Communications made to the society. Lent Term 1911. No. LIX. Being No. 2 of the fifteenth volume. (Ninth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 7 Mb