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32 INDEX OF AECHiEOLOGICAL PAPERS

A.D. 1539. Shropshire Arch, and Kat. Hist. Soc. 3rd S.

ii. 409-412. Phillips (W.) and H. E. H. Southam. Castle Tump, near Teubury.

Shropshire Arch, and Ned. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii. 162-1G3. Some recently discovered remains on the site of

Uriconium. ShropsJiire Arch, and Ned. Hist. Soc. 3rd S. ii.

163-164. PiLCHER (E.J.) Ana-paui-Ili, illustrated from the Hebrew. Bibl.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 185. Pinches (Theophilus Gr.). Cylinder-seals in the possession of J.

Offord, Esq. Bihl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 87-94. Hammurabi's code of laws : " The lament of the daixghter

of sin." Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 301-308.

and r. C. BuRKiTT. Greek transcriptions of Babylonian

tablets. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 108-119, 143-145. PiNCKNEY (A. B.). Worcester cathedral. Eoy. Inst. Brit. Arch it.

3rd S. viii. 297-303. Pleyte (Dr. W.). Dwelling houses in Egypt. Bibl. Arch. Soc.

xxiv. 146. Pollard (H. P.). St. Bartholomew's, Layston. East Herts Arch.

Soc. ii. 64-67. PoNTiNG (C. E.). Steeple Ashton, Semington and Whaddon churches.

Wilts Arch, and Ned. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 206-219. PoppLETON (J. Eyre). Notes on the bells of the ancient churches

of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Yorks Arch. Soc. xvii. 1-32. Potter (W. P.). Etymology of Walworth. Surrey Arch. Soc.

xvii. 183. Pr.etorius (C. J.). A small excavation in a field belonging to a

farm called Hen Shop, situated at Llanfaethlu, in Anglesey

Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 48-50. Price (F. G. Hilton). Some notes on the signs of pawnbrokers in

London in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Arch.

Inst. lix. 160-200. Pritchard (John E.). Bristol tokens of the sixteenth and seven- teenth centuries. Num. Chron. 4th S. ii. 385-387. Bristol archaeological notes for 1901. Bristol and Gloue.

Arch. Soc. xxiv. 274-282. Pritchett (J.P.). Recent discoveries in the chapel of Raby Castle.

Arch. jElianei, xxiv. 65-68. Pryce (Thomas). History of the parish of Landysilio. ]\[ontgom-

erijshire Coll. xxxii. 33-64, 227-294.