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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 17.2 (1914)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 17.2 (1914)- Cover

Table of Contents

Ely Cathedral.
W. H. Bansall, M. A. (pp. 071-071)
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Mediaeval and Sixteenth Century Ships in English Churches.
H. H. Brindley, M. A. (pp. 071-071)
PDF 208 Kb
Gibraltar in Historic and Prehistoric Times.
W. L. H. Duckworth, M. D., Sc. D. (pp. 072-072)
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The Decalogue in Art.
I. Abrahams, M. A. (pp. 072-072)
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The Knights of Malta.
The Very Rev. Monsignor Barnes, M. A. (pp. 072-072)
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Excavations at Corstopitum during 1912.
R. H. Forster. M. A. (pp. 072-072)
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More Old Playing Cards found in Cambridge.
W. M. Fletcher, M. D. (pp. 073-073)
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The History of the Foundress' Cup of Christ's College.
The Rev. A. V. Valentine-Richards, M. A. (pp. 073-073)
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A Damask Linen Cloth woven with Sacred Designs and dated 1631.
The Rev. G. Montagu Benton, B. A. (pp. 073-073)
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Excavations on the Site of the Roman City at Wroxeter, Salop, in 1912.
J. B. Bushe Fox, Esq. (pp. 073-073)
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The Image that fell down from Jupiter.
Professor Ridgeway, Sc. D., F. B. A. (pp. 073-073)
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The Reformation of the Corporation of Cambridge, July 1662.
W. M. Palmer, M. D. (pp. 075-136)
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A Saxon Brooch from Brislingcote, near Burton-on-Trent. Plate V.
The Rev. G. Montagu Benton, B. A. (pp. 137-138)
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Mediaeval and Sixteenth Century Ships in English Churches. With illustrationsin text.
H. H. Brindley, M. A. (pp. 139-145)
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A Damask Linen Cloth woven with Sacred Designs and dated 1631.
The Rev. G. Montagu Benton, B. A. (pp. 146-150)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. 20 January - 26 May 1913. With Communications made to the society. Lent and Easter Terms 1913. No. LXV. Being No. 2 of the seventeenth volume. (Eleventh Volume of the New Series.) [Complete Volume] PDF 4 Mb