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P: LONDON:
PUBLISHED AT THE OFFICE OF THE INSTITUTE, 26, SUFFOLK

STREET, PALL MALL EAST.
(DISTRIBUTED GRATUITOUSLY TO SUBSCRIBING MEMBERS.)
TO BE OBTAINED THROUGH ALL BOOKSELLERS.

MDCCCLXI.

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THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE of the ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE desire that it should

be distinctly understood that they are not responsible for any statements or opinions expressed in the Archaeological Journal, the authors of the several memoirs and

communications being alone answerable for the same.

CONTENTS.

PAGE

On Foundations of Early Buildings discovered in Lichfield Cathedral. By the

Rev. Professor WILLIS, F.R.S. . . . . . . . . . 1

The Antiquities of Shap, Westmoreland. By the Rev. JAMES SIMPSON .. 25

Ancient British Village in Cornwall. By J. T. BLIGHT . . . . .

Examples of Mediæval Seals. By W. S. WALFORD, F.S.A., and 'ALBERT

Way, F.S.A. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 47

Notes on Circular Churches. By the Rev. J. L. Petit, F.S.A. . . . . 102

Account of the Bible published by Coverdale in 1535, and of a Copy in the

Cathedral Library at Gloucester. By the Rev. JAMES LEE Warner, M.A. 116

Notice of an Example of Domestic Architecture at Colerne, Wilts. By EDWARD

W. GODWIN. . . . . . . . . . . 125

On a Reproduction of part of Domesday Book by the Photo-Zincographic

Process. By JOSEPH Burtt, Assistant Keeper of Public Records . . . 128

On the Foundation and Early Fasti of Peterborough. By the Rev. WILLIAM

STUBBS. . . . . . . . . . . . 195

Extracts from the Black Book of Peterborough . . . . . . . 209

Archeological Notes made during a Tour in Belgium, Western Germary and

France. By J. O. WESTWOOD, M.A., F.L.S. (To be continued). . . 212

Notice of a Round Church with semicircular Apse at Orphir, Orkney. By

GEORGE PETRIE, Corr. Memb. Soc. Ant. Scot. . . . . . . . 227

Notes on Churches in the Deaneries of Kerrier and Ken with, Cornwall. By

EDWARD W. GODWIN . . . . . . . . 231, 323

Ancient Geography of the Troad-The site and remains of Larisa. · By FRANK

Calvert, Hon. Corr. Memb. Arch. Inst. . . . . . . . 253

Notices of Collections of Glyptic Art exhibited by the Archæological Institute,

June, 1861. (The Royal Collection, and the Besborough Gems.) By the

Rev. C. W. KING, M.A. (To be continued) . . . . . 307

Traces of History and Ethnology in the Local names in Gloucestershire. By

the Rev. JOAN EARLE, M.A. (To be continued) . . . . . 342

Notice of the opening of a Tumulus, called Maes-how, at Stenness in Orkney.

By George PETRIE, Corr. Memb. Soc. Ant. Scot. . . . . . 353

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