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READ (C. H.). Further excavations in an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at
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Notes on a late Celtic sword and sheath found at Sadberge,
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Notes on a potter's kiln at Shoebury, Essex. Proc. Soc.
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Notes on a bronze candlestick from the eastern counties.
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Notes on a silver parcel gilt hanap belonging to the church
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Notes on a bronze spear-head and two pins found at Fenny
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Notes on a bronze weight [Saxon] found near Grove Ferry
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Notes on a silver-gilt cup and cover belonging to the parish
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REICHEL (REV. O. J.). The Devonshire Domesday. Trans. Devon.
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The Domesday Hundreds. Trans. Devon. Assoc. xxviii.

REID (A. G.). Notes as to the recovery of three volumes of the MS.
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RENOUF (P. LE PAGE). A difficult passage in the pyramid text of
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Book of the Dead. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xiv. 37–38,
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163, 219-228, 276-290, 377-384; xvi. 3-12, 27-32, 64-72, 100-
103, 123-130, 179-187, 218-224, 263-273, 293-298; xvii. 6-17,
51-56, 97-102, 123-129, 192-194, 216-219, 273-277; xviii. 7-16,
47-53, 81-85, 113-117, 149-155, 165–169.



The bow in the Egyptian sky. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xvii.

The gods Akar and Seb. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xv. 385-

Where was Tarshish? Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xvi. 104-108,


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REVILLOUT (PROF. E.). Un papyrus bilingue du temps de Philopator.
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RHYS (PROF. J.). Epigraphic Notes. Arch. Cambrensis, 5th S. xiii.

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What people produced the objects called Mycenean. Jour.
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ROBINSON (C. E.). A photographic survey of Devon. Trans. Devon.
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ROBINSON (SIR CHARLES). On a bronze crucifix of early form. Proc.
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RODGERS (C. J.). Two new coins from the Panjáb. Numismatic
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ROTH (H. LING). Negritoes in Borneo. Jour. Anthrop. Inst. xxv.

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Remarkable stone spear-head. Jour. Roy. Soc. Antiq.
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ROUND (J. H.). Berber corn festival. Folklore, vii. 306–307.
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Hornchurch Priory. Trans. Essex Arch. Soc. N.S. vi. 1-12.
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ROWE (J. B.). Seventh Report of the Committee on Devonshire
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S. (J.). Archæological finds in West Sussex. Sussex Arch. Coll. xl.

SALAZAR (L. S.). A curious description of Ireland and its inhabi-
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SALOMON (DR. FELIX). The foreign policy of William Pitt in the
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SANKEY (REV. EDWARD H.). Wragby registers, Book No. III. Yorks.
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SAUNDERS (HELEN). Devonshire revels. Trans. Devon. Assoc. xxviii.

SAWYER (J.). St. Michael's Church, Lewes. Sussex Arch. Coll. xl.

Some extracts from the journal and correspondence of Mr.
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SAWYER (F. J.). The "Great Pigeon-House" of the Cluniac Priory
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Assyriological notes. Proc. Soc. Bib. Arch. xviii. 170-186.
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SCOTT (REV. S. COOPER). Notes on the new west window of the
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SCOTT (WILLIAM). Medieval fabrication of materials for glass mosaic;
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SCRIVENER (ALEX.). Chartley earthworks and castle. Jour. Brit.
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SETON-KARR (H. W.). Discovery of evidences of the paleolithic
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SHARPE (HENRY). Rutupiæ. Arch. Inst. liii. 204–214.

SHAW (WILLIAM A.). The English government and the relief of
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SHERWOOD (G. F. T.). Bucks and Oxon marriage bonds. Berks,
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SKAIFE (ROBERT H.). Domesday book for Yorkshire. Yorks. Arch.

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SMITH (CECIL). A kylix with a new kalos name. Jour. Hell. Stud.
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Archæology in Greece, 1895-6. Jour. Hell. Stud. xvi.


SMITH (W. G.). Human frontal bone from Strata Florida. Arch.

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SOMERVAIL (A.). Prehistoric Torbay. Trans. Devon. Assoc. xxviii.


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SPERLING (C. F. D.). On the custom of setting up the Royal Arms
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SPURRELL (F. C. J.). On some flint implements from Egypt and
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STEPHENSON (MILL). Notes on a palimpsest brass from Astley church,
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STOKES (REV. CANON). Descriptive sketch of places visited during
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St. Hugh of Rahue: his church, his life, and his times.
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STRONG (S. ARTHUR). Note, on a fragment of the Adapa legend.
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On some Babylonian and Assyrian alliterative texts. Proc.
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STUART (MORTON G.). Captain Thomas Coram and the Foundling
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SUSSEX. "Priviledges belonging to ye towne of Angmering." Sussex
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Some 17th and 18th century Sussex tradesmen's accounts.
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SWAN (R. M. W.).

Some notes on ruined temples in Mashonaland.

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TALBOT (C. H.). Notes on recent discoveries at Lacock Abbey.
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TAYLOR (H.). Notes on some medieval goldsmiths in Chester. Jour.
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The Flintshire militia, with a short biography of Sir Roger
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