Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] NOTE INTRODUCTORY TO THE CATALOGUE. «t*HE compilers of this Catalogue, as they send the last sheets of it to press, are overwhelmed with a sense of its defects Not only have they had to prepare most [...]
Full text:[...] 20 note introductory to the exhibition. prints of vanished Southampton, as well as the countless contribu-tions from private sources which would undoubtedly pour in from all quarters as soon as such [...]
Full text:[...] PREHISTORIC REMAINS 21 Catalogue of ffijrbtbtts. I__Relics of Prehistoric Times. The science of Prehistoric Archaeology is one whose birth is comparatively recent. Its object is to throw light upon t [...]
Full text:[...] 22 PREHISTORIC REMAINS. Much more is known of Neolithic man than of his predecessors. In Switzerland, they lived in huts built upon piles in the lakes. They had domestic animals, cultivated cereals, [...]
Full text:[...] PREHISTORIC REMAINS. 28 near Eastleigh, and the bronze rivets which fastened on the handle of. wood or horn were found in place. There are spear heads from. St. Uenys, and an interesting series of so [...]
Full text:[...] 24 SOMAN REMAINS. II.-Relics of Roman Occupation from Southampton. There is only very slender evidence that the area of the walled town of Southampton was a site of Roman occupation. Scattered Roman [...]
Full text:[...] ROMAN REMAINS. 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 fiarasSwaythlingand beyond. A peculiar form of Sloden ware was the " thumb pot," of which many examples are shewn, and a good series of vessels from Sloden itse [...]
Full text:[...] 26 SOMAN REMAINS. Lady Macnaghlcn. 40 "Pottery"—Aretine and Native, including lachrymatory and several whole vessels. ' 41 "Coins''—A large selection arranged and named, ranging from Tiberius died A. [...]
Full text:[...] MIDDLE AGES. 27 46 n 19 50 50a ■ warn mm mm T. W. S. Mr. Charles Cookscy, Ancient Folding Key andMeW Case, found in Blue Anchor Lane, dated o?.g Pi«Tir/a;L%Snto'7' •°™>i»s— <3 GlaSS Botticts from a G [...]
Full text:[...] 28 MIDDLE AGES. Mr. E. F. Harmer. 55 Cannon Ba'l, cast iron, Dug up inside the walls on the site of the Artisan Dwellings. Hartley University College. 56 Ancient Bronze Figure of a Stag, found in a m [...]
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