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[Those Transactions marked with an asterisk* in the following list are now for th first time included in the index, the others are continuations from the indexes" Transactions included for the first time are indexed from 1891

of 1891-96.


Anthropological Institute, Journal, vol. xxvi, pts. 3 and 4, vol. xxvii, pts. 1 and 2. Antiquaries, London, Proceedings of the Society, 2nd ser., vol. xvi, pts. 3 and 4. Antiquaries, Ireland, Proceedings of Royal Society of, 5th ser., vol. vii.

Antiquaries, Scotland, Proceedings of the Society, vol. xxxi.

Archæologia, vol. lv, pt. 2.

Archæologia Eliana, vol. xix, pts. 1, 2, and 3.

Archæologia Cambrensis, 5th ser., vol. xiv.

Archæological Journal, vol. liv.

Associated Architectural Societies, Transactions, vol. xxiii, pts. 1 and 2.

Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire Archæological Journal, vol. iii.

Biblical Archæology, Society of, Transactions, vol. xix.

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archæological Society, Transactions, vol. xix, and xx, pt. 1.

British Archæological Association, Journal, New Series, vol. iii.
British Architects, Royal Institute of, Journal, 3rd ser., vol. iv

Buckinghamshire, Records of, vol. vii, pts. 4, 5, and 6.

Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Transactions, vol. ix, pt. 3.

Chester and North Wales Architectural, Archæological and Historical Society, Transactions, vol. vi, pt. 1.

Clifton Antiquarian Club, Proceedings, vol. iii, pt. 3, and vol. iv, pt. 1.

Cornwall, Royal Institute of, Proceedings, vol. xiii, pt. 2.

Cumberland and Westmorland Archæological Society, vol. xiv, pt. 2, xv, pt. 1.

Cymmrodorion Society, Transactions, 1895–6, 1896–7, and vol. xii.
Derbyshire Archæological Society, Transactions, vol. xix.

Devonshire Association, Transactions, vol. xxix.

Essex Archæological Society, Transactions, New Series, vol. vi, pts. 2, 3, and 4. *Exeter Diocesan Architectural and Archeological Society, Transactions, 3rd ser., vol. i, pts. 1 and 2.


The value of this Index to archeologists is now recognised. Every effort is made to keep its contents up to date and continuous, but it is obvious that the difficulties are great unless the assistance of the societies is obtained. If for any reason the papers of a society are not indexed in the year to which they properly belong the plan is to include them in the following year; and whenever the papers of societies are brought into the Index for the first time they are then indexed from the year 1891.

By this means it will be seen that the year 1891 is treated as the commencing year for the Index and that all transactions published in and since that year will find their place in the series.

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IN 1897.

ADAMSON (HORATIO A.). Gleanings from the records of the parish
of Tynemouth. Arch. Eliana, xix. 93-104.

Tynemouth parish registers. Arch. Eliana, xix. 197–216.
ADAMSON (REV. C. E.). The vicars of Haltwhistle. Arch. Eliana,
xix. 14-28.

ADAMSON (REV. E. H.). Sir Charles Brown, M.D. Arch. Eliana,
xix. 133-142.

ADDY (S. O.). Four Yorkshire folk tales. Folklore, viii. 393-396.
ALLEN (J. ROMILLY). Report on the photography of the sculptured
stones earlier than A.D. 1100 in the district of Scotland south of
the River Dee. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxxi. 147–152.

On some points of resemblance between the art of the
early sculptured stones of Scotland and of Ireland. Soc. Antiq.
Scot. xxxi. 309–332.

ALLEN (THOMAS W.). The text of the Homeric Hymns. Jour. Hell.
Stud. xvii. 45–62, 241–267.
ANDERSON (J. G. C.). The road system of Eastern Asia Minor, with
evidences of Byzantine campaigns. Jour. Hell. Stud. xvii. 22-44.
A summer in Phrygia. Jour. Hell. Stud. xvii. 396–424.
ANDERSON (JOSEPH, LL.D.). Notices of some recently discovered
inscribed and sculptured stones. Soc. Antiq. Scot. xxxi. 293–308.
ANDRÉ (J. LEWIS). Sompting Church. Sussex Arch. Coll. xli. 7–24.
West Tarring Church. Sussex Arch. Coll. xli. 54–72.
ANDREWS (J. B.). Neapolitan witchcraft. Folklore, viii. 1–9.
ANDREWS (W.). On ancient pottery remains in Warwickshire.
Warwickshire Field Club, 1897, 27-30.

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APPLETON (E.). Notes on Torre Abbey. Exeter Diocesan Archit.

and Arch. Soc. 3rd S. i. 105-107.

ARNOLD (REV. F. H., LL.D.). On the discovery of a Roman cemetery
at Chichester. Sussex Arch. Coll. xli. 1-3.

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