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of Henry I. to that of Henry V. Derby Arch, and Nat. Hist.
Soc. xxiv. G8-77. Hirst (G. M.). The cults of Olbia. Joitrn. Ildl. Stud. xxii. 244-
267. HOBSON (R. L.). Mediseval pottery found in England. Arch. Inst.
lix. 1-lG. HoDGKiN (Thomas). Excavations in the line of the Roman wall in
Northumberland. Arch. ^EUana, xxiv. 1-12. Hodgson (J. C). The Brumell collection of charters. Arcli. ^Eliana,
Proofs of age of heirs to estates in Northumberland. Arch.
JEliana, xxiv. 126-127.
Hodgson (T. H.). The military road in Cumberland. Cumb. and
West Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 274-281. Hogarth (D. G-.). The Zakro sealiugs. Journ. IIcU. Stud. xxii.
76-93. Bronze age vases from Zakro. Journ. HcU. Stud, xxii-
333-338. Holland (T. H.). The Kanets of Kulu and Lahoul, Punjab : a
study in contact-metamorphism. Ant/wop. Inst. N.S. v. 90-123. Hone (Nathaniel). Oxfordshire church goods. Berks, Bucks and
Oxon Arch. Journ. viii. 86-87. Hope (W. H. St. John). The London charterhouse and its old water
supply. Arch. Iviii. 293-312.
Notes on a third great seal of King Stephen. Proc. Soc.
Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 60-63.
Notes on the first great seal of King Henry III. Proc. Soc.
Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 63-65. Hope (W. H. St. John) and Clement Reiu. Excavations on the site
of the Roman city at Silchester, Hants, in 1901 ; with a note
on the plant remains of Roman Silchester. Arch. Iviii. 17-36. Hopkinson (J. H.) AND J. Pf. Baker-Penoyre. New evidence of
the Melian amphorae. Journ. Hell. Stud. xxii. 46-75. HowLEY (M. F.). Badge of the Roy. Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland.
Roy. Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 5th S. xii. 415. Ho WORTH (Sir H. H.). Some unconventional views on the text of
the Bible. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 147-172, 332-340. A note on some coins generally attributed to Mazaios the
satrap of Cilicia and Syi'ia. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 81-87. Hudson (Rev. H. A.). An account of the Manchester cathedral
bells. Lane, and Ches. Antiq. Soc. xvii. 75-86.