Archaeologia is in Prehistory.

Archaeologia was first published by the Society of Antiquaries in 1770.

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Section XVII An Account of the Monument [] commonly ascribed to Catigern. By Mr. Colebrooke. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, June 12, 1766.

Section XXIX Conjectures on an ancient Tomb [] in Salisbury Cathedral. By Mr . Gough. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Feb. 22, 1770.

Section XXXV 21 Jun 1770. A Description of the Sepulchral Monument at New Grange, near Drogheda, in the County of Meath, in Ireland. by Thomas Pownall, Esq; in a Letter to the Rev. Gregory Sharpe, D. D. Master of The Temple. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, June 21, 28, 1770.

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Section V Extract from the Will of Thomas Earl of Ormond, dated July 31, 1515. From the Register called Holder in the Prerogative Office. Communicated by Thomas Astle, Esquire. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Jan. 16, 1772.

Section XXIV An historical Description of an ancient Picture in Windsor castle, representing the Interview between king Henry VIII. and the French king Francis I. between Guînes and Ardres, in the year 1520. By Sir Joseph Ayloffe (age 63), Baronet, V. P. A. S. and F. R. S.

Section XXVI An Account of an undescribed Roman Station [] in Derbyshire. By the Reverend Mr. Watson; in a Letter to the Reverend Mr. Norris, Secretary. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Dec. 10, 1772.

Section XXVIII Account of opening one of the largest Barrows on Sandford Moor, Westmoreland, in a Letter from Mr. William Preston, dated Warcop Hall, Sept. 5, 1766, to Bishop Lyttelton (age 52). Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Nov. 6, 1766.

Section XXIX Discoveries in a Barrow [] in Derbyshire. Communicated by Mr. Mander, of Bakewell, in the said County. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, March 17, 1768.

Section XXX Extract of a Letter from the Reverend Mr. George Low, to Mr. Paton, of Edinburgh. Communicated by Mr. Gough. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, March 12, 19, 1773.

Section XLIII An Account of the Body of King Edward the First, as it appeared on opening his Tomb in the Year 1774. By Sir Joseph Ayloffe (age 66), Bart. V. P. S. A. and F. R. S. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, May 12, 1774.

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Section VIII Observations on Kit’s Cotty House, in Kent. In a Letter to the Honourable Daines Barrington (age 56), from the Reverend Mr Pegge (age 69). Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Jan. 13, 1774.

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Section V Mr. Pegge, on the Rudston Pyramidal Stone []. Read May 9, 1776.

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Section XIII An account of some Druidical Remains on Stanton and Hartle Moor in the Peak, Derbyshire. By Hayman Rooke (age 57), Esq. Read April 6, 1780.

Section XXIV A Description of an antient Picture in Windsor Castle, representing the Embarkation of King Henry VIII at Dover, May 31, 1520; preparatory to his Interview with the French King Francis I. By John Topham, Esq. F.R.S. F.S.A. Read June 21, 1781.

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Section XIII A Disquisition on the Lows or Barrows in the Peak of Derbyshire, particularly that capital British Monument called Arbelows. By the Rev. Mr. Pegge (age 80).

Section XIX A further account of some Druidical Remains [] in Derbyshire. By Hayman Rooke (age 62), Esq. Read December 11th, 1785.

Section XX Remarks on the preceding Article. By Mr. Bray. In a letter to the Secretary. Read December 18, 1783.

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Section III 02 Nov 1785. Observations by the Rev. Mr. Pegge (age 80) on the Stanton-Moor Urns, and Druidical Temple. In a Letter to Major Rooke (age 62). Read November 2,. 1785;

Section X An Essay towards a Discovery of the great Ikineld-Street of the Romans.

Section XXXIV Description of the Druid Temple [] lately discovered on the top of the Hill near St. Hillary in Jersey. Communicated by Mr. Molseworth. Read January 11, 1787.

Section XXXV Description of a Druidical Monument [] in the Island of Jersey; in a Letter from the Right Honourable Henry Seymour. Conway (age 63), Governor of Jersey, to the Earl of Leicester, P. S. A. Read March 8, 1787.

Section XXXVII An historical and descriptive account of the Ancient Painting preserved at Cowdray in Sussex, the Seat of Lord Viscount Montague: representing the Procession of King Edward VI. from the Tower of London to Westminster, February 19th, A.D. 1547, previous to his Coronation. By John Topham, Esq. F.R.A.S. Read April 19, 1787.

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Section XVII Discoveries in opening a Tumulus [] in Derbyshire. In a Letter from the Rev. Mr. Pegge (age 83) to the Rev. John Brand, Secretary. Read May 8, 1788.

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Section IV Some Observations on the Paintings in the Window of Brereton Church. By the Rev. Samuel Pegge (age 85), in a Letter to Owen Salusbury Brereton (age 74), Esq. Vice President. Read Nov. 26, 1789.

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Section IV Observations on Kits Coity House, in Kent. In a Letter to Samuel Foart Simmons, M. D . F. R. and A. SS. By William Boys, Esq . F. A. S. Read Feb. 9, 1792.

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Section I Antiquities discovered in Derbyshire. In a Letter from Hayman Rooke (age 70), Esq. F. S. A. to the Rev. Dr. Pegge (age 89), F. S. A. Read November 21, 1793.

Section XXV Discoveries in a Barrow [] in Derbyshire. In a Letter from Hayman Rooke (age 72), Esq. to Mr, Gough, Read February 11, 1796.

Section VII Account of Inscriptions discovered on the Walls of an Apartment in the Tower of London. By the Rev, John Brand3 Secretary. Read Nov. 17, 1796.

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Section IX Account of the Fall of some of the Stones of Stonehenge, in a Letter from William George Maton, M.B. F.A.S. to Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Esq. F.R.S. and F.A.S. Read June 29, 1797.

Section XXV Extracts from the Parish Regifler of St. Bennet's, St. Paul’s Wharf, London. Communicated by the Rev. Mark Noble, F. A. S. In a Letter to the Rev. John Brand, Secretary. Read May 3, 1798.

Appendix Read June 26, 1800. As an Appendix to an account of certain inscriptions discovered lately on the walls of a room in the Tower of London, printed in this volume, p. 68, and particularly the very interesting Autographs found there of the amiable and unfortunate lady Jane Grey, the Secretary requests permission to lay before the Society a copy of an exceedingly rare (if not unique) printed tract, not noticed that he can find in Ames or Herbert, one part of which is entitled, "The Ende of the Ladye Jane upon the Scaffolde." It is without date, but contains internal evidence of having been printed immediately after that event in the first year of the reign of queen Mary.

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Section XXXI Account of Roman Urns discovered in Cornwall, and of a Cromlech discovered in the Parish of Madron in the same County; in a Letter from the Rev. Malachi Hitchins to the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S, and F. S. A.

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Section XI Page 122 Account of Tumuli opened in Wiltshire, in three Letters from Mr. William Cunnington to Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Esq. F.R.S. and F.A.S. Communicated by Mr. Lambert.

Section XI Page 126 Description of the opening of by William Cunnington (age 51).

Section XI Page 128 Description of the opening of by William Cunnington (age 51).

Section XXXIII Further Account of Tumuli opened in Wiltshire, in a Letter front Mr. William Cunnington (age 51), F.A.S. to Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Esq. F.R.S. F.A.S. and F.L.S. Communicated by Mr. Lambert. Read, Feb. 7, 1805.

Appendix March 14th, 1804. The Rev. the Dean of Raphoe presented to the Society four original drawings of some caves [], which he had discovered on his glebe, in the parish of Killevy, in the county of Armagh in Ireland. Some account of these caves, with engravings, has been published by General Vallencey, in his Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis; yet, for the satisfaction of such gentlemen as may not have seen that publication, the Dean accompanied his present with a short description, as follows:

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Section VIII Copy of a Roll of the Expenses of King Edward the First at Rhuddlan Castle, in Wales , in the tenth and eleventh years of his reign [1281-1282], remaining among the Records in the Tower, communicated by Samuel Lysons , Esq. F. R. S. Director: with a Translation, by the Rev. John Brand, M. A. Secretary. Read Nov. 27, 1806.

Section XXVIII Description of a Crom-Leach [], in the County of Kilkenny, By Mr. Joseph Thomas Finegan. Communicated by The Marquess Townshend (age 33), and Earl of Leicester, President. Read 30th April, J SOJ.

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Section XXIX An Account of some Druidical Remains in the Island of Guernsey. By Joshua Gosselin, Esq. in a Letter addressed to the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K.B., P.R.S., F.S.A. Read 5th December, 1811.

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Section IV 1816. An Account of a Stone Barrow, in the Parish of Wellow, at Stoney Littleton in the County of Somerset, which was opened and investigated in the Month of May 1816. Communicated by Sir Richard Colt Hoare (age 57), Bart. F.S.A. Read 22d May, 1817.

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Section V Account of the Tomb of Sir John Chandos, Knt. A.D. 1370, at Civauux a hamlet on the Vienne, in France; by Samuel Rush Meyrick (age 40), LL. D. F.S.A. In a Letter addressed to Henry Ellis, Esq. F. R. S. Secretary. Read 5th April 1821.

Section VIII An Account of the First Battle of St. Albans from a contemporary Manuscript. Communicated by Joun Baytey, Esq. F.S. A. of His Majesty's Record Office in the Tower; in a Letter to Henry Extis, Esq. F. R. S. Secretary.

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Section III Account of King Edward the Fourth's Second Invasion of England, in 1471, drawn up hy one of his Followers; with the King's Letter to the Inhabitants of Bruges upon his success: translated from a French Manuscript in the Public Library at Ghent. Communicated by Edward Jerningham (age 45), Esq. F.S.A. in a Letter to Nicholas Carlisle, Esq. F.R.S. Secretary. Read 13th April, 1820.

Section III Chapter I Ill. Account of King Edward the Fourth's Second invasion of England, in 1471, drawn up by one of his Followers; with the King's Letter to the Inhabitants of Bruges upon his success: translated from a French Manuscript in the Public Library at Ghent. Communicated by Edward Jerningham, Esq. F.S.A. in a Letter to Nicholas Carlisle, Esq. F.R.S. Secretary.

Section III Chapter II How the Queen Margaret, and the Prince of Wales her son, arrived in England []; how after their arrival they assembled a vast army; of the great battle [] King Edward fought with them, and how the Prince of Wales was therein slain, and great numbers with him routed.

Section III Chapter III How the Duke of Somerset and, the Prior of Saint John, with several other Knights and Squires, made prisoners at the Battle [], were beheaded in the Town of Tewksbury.

Section III Chapter IV How the Bastard of Fauconberghe, and his adherents, assaulted the City of London, to which they set fire in divers places. How those within the City sallied out upon a part, and put the remainder to flight.

Section XXXII Account of a Monumental Effigy discovered in Stevenage Church in Hertfordshire: By Mr. Robert T. Stothard (age 29), addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen (age 42), K. T. President. Read 16th March 1826.

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Section XIV Account of a Visit to the Monument usually considered as Druidical, at Carnac in Brittany, made in the month of September 1825, by Alexander Logan, Esq.: Communicated by James Logan, Esq. F.S.A. Edinb. in a Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen, K.T. President. Read 14th June 1827.

Section XV Observations on several Circles of Stones in Scotland, presumed to be Druidical: by James Logan, Esq. F.S.A. Edinb. in a Letter addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen, K. T. President. Read 15th November 1827.

Appendix March 28, 1822. James Logan, Esq. communicated to the Society two Drawings of Druidical Circles in Aberdeenshire, accompanied by some Remarks.

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Section V V. Transcript of an original Manuscript, containing a Memorial from George Constantyne to Thomas Lord Cromwell. Communicated by Thomas Amyot, Esq. F.R.S., Treasurer, in a Letter addressed to Henry Ellis, Esq. F.R.S., Secretary.

Archaeologia Volume 23 1831

Appendix "Arthur's Stone," a Cromlech in the district of Gower. January 27, 1831. Extract of a Letter from Alfred John Kempe, Esq. F.S.A. to Henry Ellis, Esq. Secretary.

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Section VI Proclamation of Henry the Eighth on his Marriage with Queen Anne Boleyn; in the possession of the Corporation of Norwich: Communicated by Hudson Gurney, Esg. V.P., in a Letter to Henry Ellis (age 54), Esq., F.R.S., Secretary.

Section XII Observations on Dracontia [Carnac]; Communicated by the Rev. John Bathurst Deane (age 36), M.A. , F.S.A. , in a Letter to Henry Ellis, Esq. F.R.S., Secretary. Read 13th December, 1832.

Section XIII Remarks on certain Celtic Monuments at Locmariaker, in Britany; in a Letter from the Rev. John Bathurst Deane (age 36), M.A., F.S.A., to Henry Ellis, Esq. F.R.S., Secretary. Read 17th January, 1833.

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Section XIX On the Measures taken for the Apprehension of Sir Thomas de Gournay, one of the Murderers of King Edward the Second, and on their final Issue: in a Letter to Hudson Gurney, Esq, F.R.S., V.P. from the Rev. Joseph Hunter, F.S.A. Read 7th December, 1837.

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Section XV On The Antiquity Of Abury And Stonehenge, By John Rickman, Esq., F.R.S.

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Section III Observations on the Heraldic Devices discovered on the Effigies of Richard the Second and his Queen in Westminster Abbey, and upon the Mode in which those Ornaments were executed; including some Remarks on the surname Plantagenet, and on the Ostrich Feathers of the Prince of Wales. By Joan Govucu Nicuoxs, Esq. F.S.A.

Section X Observations upon the History of certain Events in England during the Reign of King Edward the Fourth. By James Orchard Halliwell, Esq. F.RS., F.S.4., FRAS., &c.

Section XIII On the Death of Eleanor of Castile, Consort of King Edward the First, and the Honours paid to her Memory. By the Rev. Joseph Hunter, F.S.2.

Section XV Effigy of King Richard, Ceur de Lion, in the Cathedral at Rouen. Communicated to the Society by Albert Way, Esq., M.A., F.S.A. in a Letter addressed to John Gage Rokewode, Esq., F.R.S., Director.

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Section IV 09 Feb 1843. Account of the opening by Matthew Bell, Esq. of an ancient British Barrow, in Iffins Wood, near Canterbury, in the month of January, 1842, in a Letter from John Yonge Akerman (age 36) Esq. F.S.A., to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., F.R.S., Secretary.

Section V 14 Apr 1842. A Letter from Joun Gage Rokewode, Esq. F.R.S., Director, to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., F.RS., Secretary, on the sculptured Figures of Welsh Knights at Kilpeck Church in Herefordshire.

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Section V Letter of Sir Thomas Stanhope, of Shelford, co. Notts., to Lord Treasurer Burghley, respecting the Funeral of his Mother, Anne Lady Stanhope. Communicated by RICHARD ALMACK, Esq. F.S.A., in a Letter to ALBERT WAY, Esq. M.A., Director.

Section XX1 20 Nov 1845. XXI. Account of the Ceremonial of the Marriage of the Princess Margaret, sister of King Edward the Fourth, to Charles, Duke of Burgundy, in 1468: communicated to the Archaological Institute Of Great Britain And Ireland by Sir Thomas Phlilipps (age 53), Bart., F.S.A., and, with his permission, by the Central Committee of the Institute to the Society of Antiquaries.

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Section VI Observations on the Monumental Inscription to Richard Grey, Lord Grey de Wilton, in the Chapel of Eton College, Bucks. By Thomas William King, Rouge Dragon, F.S.A., in a Letter to William Bromet, M.D., F.S.A. Read 19th March, 1846.

Section VII Account of the Opening of the Coffin of Joanna de Bohun, in the Lady Chapel of Hereford Cathedral. By the Very Rev. John Merewether (age 49), D.D. Dean of Hereford. Read llth June, 1846.

Section X Letter from the Viscount Mahon (age 41), President, FRS. &c. &c., to Sir Henry Ellis (age 68) K.H. Secretary upon the wish expressed to his Lordship by Prince Alexander Labanoff to obtain the opinion of the best English Antiquaries respecting the alleged Residence of Mary Queen of Scots at Hardwick Hall.

Section XXIII Observations on the celebrated Monument at Ashbury, in the county of Berks, called "Wayland Smith's Cave" by John Yonge Akerman (age 40), Esq. F.S.A. in a Letter to Capt. W. H. Smyth, R.N. Director. Read, 4th March, 1847.

Appendix Sepulchral Memorials, commemorative of Robert de Roos of Hamlake, in the Church of Bottesford, and of Lord Grey of Codnor, in Eton College Chapel.

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Section XIII Account of a Gold Torquis found in Needwood Forest in Staffordshire, in a Letter to the Viscount Mahon, President, from Sir HENRY ELLIS, K.H. Secretary. Read June 8th, 1848.

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Section XIII Account of some of the Celtic Antiquities of Orkney, including the Stones of Stenness, Tumuli, Picts-houses, &c, with Plans, by F. W. L. Thomas (age 38), R.N., Corr. Mem. S.A. Scot., Lieutenant Commanding H.M. Surveying Vessel Woodlark. Read Feb. 6th and 13th, 1851.

Archaeologia Volume 35 1853

XXXIII Notices of the Last Days of Isabella, Queen of Edward the Second, drawn from an Account of the Expenses of her Household. By Edw. A. Bond, Esq. Egerton Librarian in the Department of MSS. British Museum. Read March 16, 1854.

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Archaeologia Volume 38 1883

Section XXVII On The Examination Of A Chambered Long Barrow At West Kennet, Wiltshire. By John Thurnam (age 49). Read 15th March, 1860.

Archaeologia Volume 42 1869

Section IX On Ancient British Barrows, especially those of Wiltshire and the adjoining Counties. (Part I. Long Barrows). By John Thurnam, Esq. M.D., F.S.A., Local Secretary for Wiltshire. Read December 12th, 1867; February 20th and 27th, 1868.

Archaeologia Volume 45 1877

Section III An Account Of Discoveries Made In Celtic Tumuli [] Near Dover, Kent. By Cumberland Henry Woodruff, Esq., F.S.A. Read December 12, 1S72.

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Archaeologia Volume 42 1869 Pages 333-352 The Discovery of Prehistoric Pits at Peterborough, by G. Wyman Abbott, Esq.; and the Development of Neolithic Pottery, by Reginald A. Smith, Esq., B.A, F.S.A.

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Section XI Excavations at Caerwent , Monmouthshire, on the Site of the Romano- British City of Venta Silurum , in the years 1911 and 1912. By Alfred E. Hudd, Esq. F.S.A. Read 29th May, 1913.

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Section VI The Avebury Excavations, 1908-1922. By H. St. George Gray (age 62), Esq., F.S.A. Read 15th November 1934.