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Monumental Effigies, Pembrokeshire. By E. LAWS, F.S.A., and E. H.
Mediæval House, Dyserth, Flintshire. By DR. ROBERT COCHRANE, I.S.O.,
Pre-Historic Remains on the Uplands of North Carnarvonshire.
Certain Fixed Points in the Pre-History of Wales. By HON. PROFESSOR
Report of Abergele Meeting
ARCHEOLOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES.-Caernarvon Castle: Recent "Finds"
Effigies: St. Mary's, Haverfordwest; Thomas White; Tomb of Whites; Job
White; Margareta ap Rees; Thomas ap Rees; Scotsborough Monumen
Pre-Historic Remains, Uplands, N. Carnarvonshire, 2 Maps, 42, 43; Cist, Bryni
Ridge; Foel Lwyd Slopes; Tumulus, Tyddyn Grasod; Tumulus, Fol.
Dduarth; Hafod y Celyn; Circles; Maen Hir, Maen y Bardd; Bwlch y
Ddeufaen; Maen Hir, Hafotty; Maen y Campiau, 45-59
Map of Tumuli and Huts, Foel Dduarth, 50
Coast Line of Wales in Neolithic Age, 64
Sepulchral Cave, Perthi Chwareu; Neolithic Axe, Skulls; Chambered Tomb, Cefn
Hut-Circle and Plan, Saddle-Quern, Bronze Implements, Ty Mawr; Gold
Lunule, Llanllyfni; Cinerary Urns, Porth Dafarch; Cae Mickney, 64-82
Temple Vase, and Stonehenge Restored; Cairn, Cave; Fragment of Urn and
Flint Flake, Gop; Iron Hammer, Bill Hook, Brooch, Tre Ceiri; Pen y Gaer
Plan, Chevaux de Frise; Querns, Llanidan; Golden Armour and Poytrel
Amphora Stand, Capel Garmon; Amphora Stand, Mount Bures, 83-104
Abergele Meeting: Dyserth Castle, 114; Rhuddlan Castle, 118; Incised Slab
Archbishop of Rages, 123; Incised Slab, Bridelton, 124, 125; Effigy
a Knight, 126; Pen y Corddyn, 128; Effigy, Bettws y Coed, Llanuwchllyn, 133,
"Levelinus Stone," Camden reading, 135; Photograph, 137; Effigies, Rhy
Fawr, Lowry, and Robert, 141; Brohomagli Stone, 142, 143; St. Tudno
Church, Ground Plan, 147; "Sanctanus" Stone, 149; Braich У Ddinas and
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Prehistoric Remains on Penmaenmawr. By HAROLD HUGHES...
BEZANT LOWE, M.A.
A Prehistoric Flint Factory Discovered at Aberystwyth. By ROGER THOMAS 211
Teampull Mor. By H. ANDERSON MEADEN, M. R.A.S., F.R.S.L.
ARCHEOLOGICAL NOTES AND QUERIES.-Caerwent Excavations.-Cochwillan.
Prehistoric Remains on Penmaenmawr: Plan of Summit and North-Western
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
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