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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 74 (1987)



Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 74 (1987)- Cover

Table of Contents

Officers and Council of the Society, 1984-5.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. ii-ii)
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Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Medieval Artefacts from the Southern Fen Edge, Cambridgeshire.
Alison Taylor (pp. 001-052)
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The Musical Establishment at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1546-1644.
Ian Payne (pp. 053-070)
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Cambridgeshire Earthwork Surveys V.
A. E. Brown and C. C. Taylor (pp. 071-080)
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Archaeological Survey at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 1984.
Kenneth Rainsbury Dark (pp. 081-084)
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A Gold 'hair-ring' from Wimblington Parish, Cambridgeshire.
Colin F. Pendleton (pp. 085-086)
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Index.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 087-089)
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