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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 15.3 (1911)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 15.3 (1911)- Cover

Table of Contents

A Sub-Fossil Horse Skeleton recently found near Bishop's Stortford.
Rev. Dr Irving (pp. 199-199)
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Cambridgeshire Doctors in the Olden Time.
W. M. Palmer, M. D. (pp. 200-279)
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The Birth of Athena and its significance.
A. B. Cook, M. A. (pp. 279-279)
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Seventy-first Annual General Meeting.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 280-280)
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A Village in the Making (Plate XX).
Rev. A. C. Yorke (pp. 281-299)
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Mediaeval Figure-Sculpture of England.
Edward S. Prior, M. A., F. S. A. (pp. 299-299)
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On the Library of S. Mark, Venice (Plates XXI-XXV).
J. W. Clark, M. A. (pp. 300-314)
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Loan Exhibition of Stuart and Cromwellian relics.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 315-316)
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Index to Vol. XV.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 317-323)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 24 April - 29 May 1911. With Communications made to the society. Easter Term 1911. No. LX. Being No. 3 of the fifteenth volume. (Ninth Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 6 Mb