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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 34 (1934)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 34 (1934)- Cover

Table of Contents

Report of the Council and Summary of Accounts for 1933.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. xi-xxii)
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List of Presidents.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. xxiii-xxiv)
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List of Members of the Society.
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English Sculpture at Cambridge from the 16th to the 18th Century.
Mrs Arundell Esdaile (pp. 001-016)
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Fenalnd Waterways, Past and Present. South Level District. Part II.
Major Gordon Fowler, F. S. A. (pp. 017-033)
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John Francis Vigani, First Professor of Chemistry in the University of Cambridge (1703-12), and his Materia Medica Cabinet in the Library of Queens' College.
E. Saville Peck, M. A., Ph. C. (pp. 034-049)
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A Cambridge Vintner's Accounts, c. 1511.
Prof. Ellis H. Minns, F. B. A., F. S. A. (pp. 050-058)
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A Cambridge Seal-Box of the 17th Century.
A. S. F. Gow, M. A. (pp. 059-076)
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The English Alabaster Carvings of Cambridgeshire, with special reference to fragmentary examples at Wood Ditton Church.
Canon H. J. E. Burrell, M. A., F. S. A., and Rev. G. Montagu Benton, M.A., F. S. A. (pp. 077-083)
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Recent Discoveries at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
Dr T. S. Hele and H. S. Bennett, M. A. (pp. 084-087)
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Archaeological Notes.
T. C. Lethbridge, B A., F. S. A., and M. M. O'Reilly, B. A. (pp. 088-093)
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Pottery of the Roman Period from Isleham Fen.
T. C. Lethbridge, B. A., F. S. A. (pp. 093-093)
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Fenland Survey Exhibition.
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Jesus College, Cambridge, in 1688.
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 096-100)
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. October 1932 - October 1933. With Communications made to the society. Volume XXXIV. Edited by E. A. B. Barnard, F. S. A., F. R. Hist. S. [Complete Volume] PDF 9 Mb