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Volume 21 (1864) - Table of Contents

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Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester (pp 1-28)
The Very Rev. the Dean of Chichester, D.D., F.R.S.
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Roger de Leybourne; his share in the Barons' War (pp 29-41)
Joseph Burtt, Assistant Keeper of Public Records
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A hitherto unpublished Passage in the Life of John Warner, Bishop of Rochester (pp 42-47)
The Rev. James Lee Warner, M.A.
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Contributions towards the Ancient Geography of the Troad. On the site of Gergithe (pp 48-53)
Frank Calvert
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Notes on certain objects of Stag's-Horn used for hafting stone implements (pp 54-59)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Tilting-helm of the fifteenth century, in the Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich, and Sword of the Duke of Monmouth (pp 60-63)
John Hewitt
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Exemplification, from the Records at Caernarvon, of two Charters of Henry VII. in favor of the Inhabitants of the Counties of Merioneth, Caernarvon, and Anglesey (pp 64-85)
Communicated, from the Muniments of Mrs. Ormsby Gore, by Mr. W. W. E. Wynne, M.P.
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On a remarkable Incident in the Life of St. Edward the Confessor, with Notices of Royal Cramp Rings (pp 103-113)
Edmund Waterton, K.M., F.S.A.
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Castell Dinas Bran, near Llangollen, Denbighshire (pp 114-120)
Walter H. Tregellas
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On the date of the foundation of Urioconium and of Caerleon-on-Usk, with some remarks on the site of the overthrow of Caractacus (pp 121-130)
The Rev. Harry M. Scarth, M.A., Prebendary of Wells
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Report on the Progress of the Excavations at Wroxeter, since July, 1860 (pp 130-137)
The Rev. Harry M. Scarth, M.A., Prebendary of Wells
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Notice of an Intaglio representing the Clepsydra used at Races in the Circus Maximus (pp 138-142)
C. W. King, M.A., Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
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The Parliament of Kenilworth (pp 143-153)
The late Rev. Charles Henry Hartshorne, M.A.
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Licence, under the Privy Seal, to remit a debt to Robert Bruce, in order that the money might be applied towards the ransom of a prisoner in Scotland (pp 154-161)
Mr. George Alan Lowndes
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Remarks on the Painted Glass at Lichfield Cathedral (pp 193-208)
The late Mr. Charles Winston
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Mural Paintings in Charlwood Church, Surrey, with Remarks on the more ordinary Polychromy of the thirteenth century (pp 209-215)
William Burges, F.I.B.A.
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"Les trois Vifs et les trois Morts": Mural Painting in Charlwood Church, Surrey (pp 216-219)
Albert Way, M.A., F.S.A.
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Julius Caesar's Invasion of Britain (pp 220-242)
Edwin Guest, LL.D., F.R.S., Master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
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Discovery of Flint Implements in the higher level Gravel at Milford Hill, Salisbury (pp 243-245)
H. P. Blackmore, M.D.
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On a Remarkable Sculpture lately found in Bobbing Church, Kent (pp 246-253)
Albert Way and Weston S. Walford
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Documents relating to the Family of Swynford (pp 254-259)
Rev. Edwin G. Jarvis
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Archaeological Intelligence (pp 276,392)
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The Ban of Kenilworth (Dictum de Kenelwortha) (pp 277-301)
The Rev. John Richard Green, M.A.
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The Painted Glass in the Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick (pp 302-318)
The late Mr. Charles Winston
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Medieval Gem Engraving (pp 319-337)
C. W. King, M.A., Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
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The Statue of the Diadumenus in the British Museum considered with reference to the Diadumenus of Polycletus (pp 338-346)
Richard Westmacott, Professor of Sculpture, R.A., F.R.S.
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Benedictiones ad Mensas Ekkehardi Monachi Sangallensis. Reprinted, with translations of the Introduction and Notes, from a Memoir by Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President of the Society of Antiquaries at Zurich (pp 347-365)
Dr. Ferdinand Keller, President of the Society of Antiquaries at Zurich
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General Index (pp 393-401)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute
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