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36 IXDEX TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS

SoLOMOX (Y.'). Extracts from diaries kept in Car Nicobar, 1895^

1901. Anthrop. Inst. N.S. v. 202-238. SoMERVAiL (Alex,). Further observations on the Teign and its

valley. Dev. Assoc, xxxiv. 528-530. SouTHESK (Earl of). Douglas, Percy, and the Cavers ensign. Proc.

Soc. Antiq. Scot, xxxvi. 246-280. Sparke (A.). Sculptured basin found at Di'uniburgh. Climb, and

West. Antup and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 115-117. Spiegelberg (Wilhelm). The fragments of tlie Astarte papyrus

of the Amherst collection. Bibl. Arch. Soc. xxiv. 41-50. The Hieratic text in Marlette's Karnak. BihI. Arch.

Soc. xxiv. 320-324. Stephexsox (Mill). A list of palimpsest brasses. Jlon. Bra.^s Snc.

iv. 189-211, 219-245, 251-288. Monumental brasses formerly in Great Marlow church.

Bucks Archil, and Arch. Soc. viii. 446-456. ■ ■ Female head-dresses exemplified by Surrey brasses. Surrey

Arch. Soc. xvii. 180-181.

Palimpsest brasses in Surrey. Surrey Arch. Soc. xvii.

181. Straxge (E. E.). Notes on the rood-sci-een in Tacolneston church,

Norfolk. Proc. Soc. Antiq. 2nd S. xix. 142-146. Stratox (C. R.). An English manor in the time of Elizabeth. Wilts

ArcJi. and Nat. Hist Soc. xxxii. 288-310. Street (Eugexe E.). Courts cry'd at Chichester cross. Susse.c

Arch. Coll. xlv. 139-141. Summers (H. H. C). The ancient fonts of Powysland. Montyouury-

shire Coll. xxxii. 163-174.

Discoveiy of bronze axe heads near Dinas Mawddwy.

Mont yo me ry shire Coll. xxxii. 327-330.

Interesting find of an ancient game-stone near Os\vestr3\

Montyomery shire Coll. xxxii. 333. SvKES (Rev. W. S.). Notes during the restoration of Whicham

church. Cuml). and West. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. N.S. ii. 322-

328. Symoxds i^Rev. W. ). The old parsonage at Sherston Magna. 117//*-

Arch, and Nat. Hist. Soc. xxxii. 189-193.

Llanfyllin old church, 1706. Montyomery shire, 295-300.

T. (D. R.;. The register of Trefeglwys. Montyomeryshire Coll. xxxii. 203-222.