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22 INDEX OF AB,Caffi:OLOGICAL PAPEES

Hancox (Edward R. H.). Neolithic Suffolk. Sufolk Inst. Arch. xi. 20O204.

Harding (John). An episode of the great rebellion. JWts Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 186-189.

Harris, (Mary Dormer). The MS. records of Coventry. Birm. and Mid. Inst. xxv. 46-50.

Harrison (William). The Manchester sanctuary. Lane, and Ches. Antiq. Soc. xvii. 64-74.

Harrison (W. Jerome). A bibliography of the great stone monu- ments of Wiltshire, Stonehenge and Avebury. Wilts Arch, and Xat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 1-169.

Hartland (E. Sidney). The voice of the Stone of Destiny : an inquiry into the choice of kings by augury. Folklore, xiv. 28- 60.

Hasluck (F. W.). An inscribed basin from Cyzicus. Journ. Hell. Stud. xxii. 126-134.

Haverfield (F.). Two hoards of Roman coins found in Somerset- shire in 1666. Arch. Inst. lix. 342-345.

Report of the Cumberland excavation committee, 1901.

Cumh. and West Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 384-392.

Two hoards of Roman coins (Sussex and Norfolk). Num.

Chron. 4th S. ii. 184-186. Find of Roman silver coins near Caistor, Norfolk. Nuni.

Chron. 4th S. ii. 186-188. Headlam (W.). Greek lyric metre. Journ. Hell. Stud. xxii. 209-

227. Heath COTE (T. G. J.). Rowlesse thing ; Rowless tenement, Row- ley. Wilts Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 225-227. Hervey (Lord John). Extent of Hadleigh manor. Sufolk Inst.

Arch. xi. 152-172. Hetherwick (Rev. Alexander). Some animistic beliefs among

the Yaos of British Central Africa. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. v. 89-

95. Hewett (H. J.). Discoveries at Long Wittenham. Berks, Bucks

and Oxon Arch. Journ. viii. 30. Hick (E. M.). Bath and Malmesbury. Boy. Inst. Brit. Archit. 3rd

S. viii. 488-492. Hill (G. F.). Timotheus Refatus of Mantua and the medallist.

T. R. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 55-61. Hipkins (Rev. F. C). The state of Repton manor from the reign