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Monumental Effigies, Pembrokeshire. By E. LAWS, F.S.A., and E. H.

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Mediæval House, Dyserth, Flintshire. By DR. ROBERT COCHRANE, I.S.O.,
F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A.

Pre-Historic Remains on the Uplands of North Carnarvonshire.


By W.

Certain Fixed Points in the Pre-History of Wales. By HON. PROFESSOR

Report of Abergele Meeting

ARCHEOLOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES.-Caernarvon Castle: Recent "Finds"
-The Gaer, Dolau



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President.-W. BOYD DAWKINS, F.R.S., D.Sc., F.S.A.


The Presidents of present and past years; the President-Elect; the Vice-President the Treasurer; the General and Local Secretaries, and the Editorial Sub-Committee.

The Ven. Archdeacon Thomas, M.A., F.S.A., Chairman.

Alfred Neobard Palmer, Esq.
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Iltyd Nichol, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.

H. Harold Hughes, Esq., A.R.I.B.A.
Sir Edward Anwyl, M.A.
Professor Powel, M.A.
John Ward, Esq., F.S.A.

Mrs. Allen.

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The Rev. John Fisher, B.D.
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Rev. E. Evans.

D. Lleufer Thomas, Esq., M.A.
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Willoughby Gardner, Esq.

Editorial Sub-Committee.

Rt. Hon. Sir John Rhys, P. C., M.A., LL.D.
Archdeacon Thomas, M.A., F.S.A.

Rev. Canon Trevor Owen, M.A., F.S.A.
Sir Edward Anwyl, M.A.

Editor.-Canon Rupert Morris, D.D., F.S.A.
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Rev. Canon Trevor Owen, Bodelwyddan Vicarage, Rhuddlan, S.O., North Wales.
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Corresponding Members.

France. M. Charles Hettier, F.S.A., Caen.

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Brittany M. de Keranflech Kernezne, Château de Quelenec, Mur de Bretagne,




Joseph Anderson, Esq., LL.D., Edinburgh.
R. Cochrane, I.S.O., F.S.A., LL.D.

Edwyn Parkyn, Esq., Royal Institution, Truro.
The Rev. S. Baring-Gould.

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Local Secretaries.

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J. E. Griffith, Esq., F.R.A.S., F.L.S., Bryn Dinas, Upper Bangor.
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Cambrian Archæological Association.

Archæologia Cambrensis, the Journal of the Society,
Third Series, 15 vols., 1855 to 1869, cloth boards, let-
tered (vols. 1, 2 and 4 are out of print).
Fourth Series, 14 vols., 1870 to 1883

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Sixth Series, Quarterly Parts, from 1901 to 1907 each
from 1908, each.


Original Documents, Vol. I.-Included in Vols. from 1871
to 1877.

Celtic Remains, by LEWIS MORRIS.-Included in the
ARCH. CAMB., from 1873 to 1878.

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Brut y Tywysogion: the Gwentian Chronicle of Caradoc
of Llancarvan. With a Translation by the late
ANEURIN OWEN, Esq. Included in ARCH. CAMB., 1864.
The Lordship of Gower in the Marches of Wales, by
Baronia de Kemeys. From the Original Documents at
Gesta Regum Britanniae. A Metrical History of the
Britons of the Thirteenth Century
The Land of Morgan.

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Being a Contribution towards the History of the Lordship of Glamorgan. By G. T. CLARK, F.S.A.

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Ten Days' Tour Through the Isle of Anglesea, December 1802. By the Rev. JOHN SKINNER. With Illustrations drawn by the Author

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Parochialia. Being a Summary of Answers to "Parochial
Queries in order to a Geographical Dictionary, etc., of
Wales," issued by EDWARD LHWYD. Part I.-North
Wales. Part II and Part III.--North Wales (continued)
and South Wales, each.
General Index to the first Four Series of ARCH. CAMB. 0 7 6 0 10 6
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Prehistoric Remains on Penmaenmawr. By HAROLD HUGHES...
Excavations at the Prætorium, Castell Collen, 1911. By HENRY LEWIS, Jun. 182
Prehistoric Remains on the Uplands of North Carnarvonshire. By W.



A Prehistoric Flint Factory Discovered at Aberystwyth. By ROGER THOMAS 211
Roman Roads in North Wales. By W. B. HALHED
Prehistoric Remains, Llanbedr, Merionethshire



Teampull Mor. By H. ANDERSON MEADEN, M. R.A.S., F.R.S.L.
REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS.-"A Calendar of the Public Records
Relating to Pembrokeshire."-"The Roman Era in Britain."
logue of Tracts of the Civil War and Commonwealth Period Relating to
Wales and the Borders."-"Transactions of the Carmarthen Anti-
quarian Society."

ARCHEOLOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES.-Caerwent Excavations.-Cochwillan.
-Celt found in the Gop Cave, Newmarket, Flintshire
MISCELLANEA.-The Implement-Bearing Gravel Beds of the Valley of the
Lower Test.-The Ipswich Skeleton.-De Lacy's Lordship in Denbigh-
shire. Report of the Pembrokeshire Association for the Preservation of
Ancient Monuments.-Cedewain Field Club.........








Prehistoric Remains on Penmaenmawr: Plan of Summit and North-Western
Portion, 170; Plan and Section, 172; Iron Ring, 174; Pin of Bronze
Brooch, 175; Plan of Lower Face, 176; Pottery found in Hut-Dwel-
ling, 177; Spindle-Whorls, 179

Excavations at the Prætorium, Castell Collen, 1911: Plan of Head

quarters, 184; Fragments of Stone Mouldings, 185; Prætorium, 187; Base of Pillar, 190; Inscribed Stone, 192; Castell Collen, 193, 194, 196 Prehistoric Remains, Uplands, North Carnarvonshire: Hut-Circles, 201205, 209; Circular Encampment, 207

Site of Prehistoric Flint Factory, Aberystwyth, 212, 213

Roman Roads in North Wales: Two Maps, 220, 221; Hadrian's Milestone, 225
Prehistoric Remains, Llanbedr: Circles, 227-229; Bwlch y Cae, 231
Celt found in the Gop Cave, 244

Cloth Cases for Binding the Volume of the Archeologia Cambrensis for 1911 may now be obtained of the Publisher, c/o Canon Rupert Morris, 4, Warwick Square, London, S. W. Price 1s. 3d.

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