The Archaeological Journal

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Volume 1 (1844) - Table of Contents

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Introduction (pp 1-6)
Albert Way
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On Numismatics (pp 7-13)
C. R. S.
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On Painted glass (pp 14-23)
C. W.
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On Anglo-Saxon Architecture (pp 24-35)
T. Wright
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On Bell-Turrets (pp 36-39)
Rev. J. L. Petit
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On the Medieval Antiquities of Anglesey (pp 40-45)
Rev. H. L. Jones
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The Horn-shaped Ladies' Head-Dress in the reign of Edward I (pp 45-48)
T. Wright
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On Cross-Legged Effigies commonly appropriated to Templars (pp 49-52)
W. S. W.
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Catalogue of the Emblems of Saints (pp 53-63)
C. Hart
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Early English receipts for Painting, Gilding, &c. (pp 64-66)
T. Wright
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On Military Architecture (pp 94-107)
G. T. Clark
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Roman London (pp 108-117)
C. R. Smith
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Remarks on some of the Churches of Anglesey (pp 118-130)
Rev. H. L. Jones
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Iconography and Iconoclasm (pp 131-134)
Dr. Ingram
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On the Preservation of Monumental Inscriptions (pp 135-141)
T. W. King, Rouge Dragon
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Observations on the Primeval Antiquities of the Channel Islands (pp 142-151)
F. C. Lukis
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Early English Artistical Receipts (pp 152-155)
T. Wright
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On Sepulchral Brasses and Incised Slabs (pp 197-212)
Albert Way
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Illustrations of Domestic Architecture, from popular Medieval Writers (pp 212-221)
T. Wright
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On the Primeval Antiquities of the Channel Islands (pp 222-232)
F. C. Lukis
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On the Remains of Shobdon Old Church, Herefordshire (pp 233-237)
T. Wright
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On the Medieval Ecclesiastical Architecture of Paris (pp 237-242)
Rev. H. L. Jones
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Description of the Interior of a Chamber in a Castle (pp 243-245)
J. O. Halliwell
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Suggestions for the Extension of the British Archaeological Association (pp 297-300)
W. Jerdan
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Illustrations of Domestic Architecture from Illuminated MSS. (pp 301-307)
T. Wright
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On ancient mixed Masonry of Brick and Stone (pp 307-317)
M. H. Bloxam
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English Medieval Embroidery (pp 318-335)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne
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On the Medieval Ecclesiastical Architecture of Paris (second period) (pp 336-346)
Rev. H. L. Jones
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On the Kimmeridge "Coal Money" (pp 347-353)
John Sydenham
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Norman Tombstone at Coningsborough (pp 354-356)
D. H. Haigh
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Rockingham Castle (pp 356-378)
Rev. C. H. Hartshorne
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Meetings (pp 67-71, 156-168, 246-283, 380-404)
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Publications (pp 72-92, 169-196, 284-296)
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