The Archaeological Journal

Royal Archaeological Institute, 2013

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Volume 95 (1938) - Table of Contents

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The Excavation of the Iron Age Camp on Bredon Hill, Gloucestershire, 1935-1937 (pp 1-111)
Thalassa Cruso Hencken, F.S.A.
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The Use of the Stencil in Mural Decoration (pp 112-125)
Francis W. Reader
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The Significance of Channelled Ware in Neolithic Western Europe (pp 126-173)
Jacquetta Hawkes
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The Ancient Highways of Dorset, Somerset, and South-West England, Part II (pp 174-222)
G. B. Grundy, D.Litt.
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Notices of Archaeological Publications (pp 223-232)
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Ninety-sixth Report of the Council (pp 233-238)
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The Lost Armoury of the Gonzagas (pp 239-336)
J. G. Mann, F.S.A.
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Early Military Pictures (pp 337-354)
Sir Charles Oman, K.B.E.
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Notices of Archaeological Publications (pp 355-359)
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Proceedings at Meetings of the Royal Archaeological Institute (pp 360-412)
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List of Members (pp 413-432)
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General Index (pp 433-441)
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