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360. PRICE, John Edward. Roman Antiquities illustrated by

remains recently discovered on the site of the National Safe Deposit Company's premises, Mansion House, Lon

don. 4 lithogr., and cuts. (12 x 9) London, 1873. 42a. BATHURST, William Hiley. Roman antiquities at Lydney

Park, Gloucestershire, being a posthumous work of the
Rev. W. H. B., with notes by C. W. King. 1 lithogr.

(pl. 26). (11x7) London, 1879. 69a. HOUDARD, Louis. Étude à propos d'antiquités recueillies

en Tunisie. (Céramique, pp. 33-43.) 1 lithogr. (96)

Paris, 1892. 720. ANSIBALDI, Giovanni. Di alcuni Vasi Aretini. (In Arte

e Storia, XII, 53.) (13 x 9) Firenze, 1893. 76a. GSELL, Stéphane. Tipasu : ville de la Maurétanie Césa

rienne. Photo-zincotypes (pp. 381, 449). (In Mélanges d'archéologie et d'histoire, XIV, 291.) (10 x 7) Rome,

1894. See also iv, la, 4a, 54a, 640, 750; v, 284, 177, 178a; VI, 3a,

110a, 146a, 168a, 1990; VII, 14b; x, 9a; xiv, 8a.

GALLO-ROMAN

86a. Smity, Charles Roach. Roman fibulae and Pottery found

at Étaples, Pas-de-Calais. 1 etching. (In Smith, C. R.

Collectanea Antiqua, 1, 3.) (96) London, 1848. 866. Smith, Charles Rouch. Romano-Gaulish remains dis

covered near Boulogne-sur-Mer. 1 etching. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, I, 170.) (96) London, 1848,

99a. Cocher, Jean Benoît Désiré. La Normandie souterraine,

011 notices sur des cimetières Romains et les cimetières Francs exp'orés en Normandie. 8 (1 tinted) lithogr.,

and cuts. (10 x 6) Rouen, 1854. 136a. WORKs of the Romano-Gaulish Ceramists. 5 cuts. (In

The Gentleman's Magazine, ccix, 602.) (9x5) London,

1860. 137a. SMITH, Charles Roach. Monument of the daughter of a

Romano-Gaulish Potter. 1 etching. (In SMITH, C. R.

Collectanea Antiqua, v, 157.) (9 x 6) London, 1861. 172a. Smith, Charles Roach. Romano-Gaulish Fictilia. (Notes

on the researches of M. Tudot.) 1 etching and 27 cuts. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, vi, 48.) (96) London, 1868.

179a. BAUDRY, Ferdinand, and BALLEREAU, Léon. Puits funé

raires Gallo-Romaines du Bernard (Vendée). Cuts.

(11 x 7) La Roche-sur-Yon, 1873. 1804. DESJARDINS, Ernest. Notice sur les monuments épigra

phiques de Bavai et du musée de Douai. ... Empreintes de Potiers, etc. Lithogr. (Also in Mémoires de la Société d'Agriculture, Sciences et Arts de Douai, 2 S.,

XI.) (96) Douai, 1873. 1900. HOFFBAUER, F. Paris à travers les âges. Texte par A. Lenoir, etc. Cuts. 2 vols. (18 x 15) Paris, 1875–82.

3 2031. TERNINCK, Auguste. Essai sur l'industrie et les arts dans

l'Artois pendant la période Gallo-Romaine. 1 chromo

and 11 tinted lithogr. (10 x 6) Paris, 1879. 207a. Milx, James. Fouilles faites à Carnac (Morbihan). Les

Bossenno et le Mont-Saint-Michel. 1 chromo-lithogr., and cuts. (11 x 8) Rennes, 1881.

2301. GÉXIRD, Pierre. Anvers à travers les âges, vol. 1. Cuts

and photo-zincotypes (pp. 10-16). (14 x 10) Bruxelles,

1891. 236a. MARTIN, Alphonse. Histoire de Fécamp illustrée.

. 2 photo-zincotype plates (1, 15,23). 2 vols. (95) Fé

camp, 1893-94. 2366. BLASCHET, J. Adrien. Mélanges d'archéologie Gallo-Ro

maine. Ilustrutions. (10 x 6) Paris, 1893– 236c. Cumont, Georges. Fouille d'un cimetière Belgo-Romain à

Vesqueville, près Saint-Hubert. 1 lithogr. (In Annales
de la Société d'Archéologie de Bruxelles, ix, 51.) (10 x 6)

Bruxelles, 1895.
See also v, 1326, 177a, 257d.

BRITANNO-ROMAN

2 19a. ARTIS, Edmund Tyrell. The Durobrivae of Antoninus

identified, and illustrated in a series of plates, exhibiting
the excavated remains of that Roman station, in the
vicinity of (as or, Northamptonshire, including ... Pot-
ters' kilns, implements for ... the manufacture of Earthen
vessels, ... etc. Discovered by E. T. A.
,

2 maps and 21 lithogr. (20 x 13) London, 1823–28.

2.500. WELLRFLOYED, Charles. Eburacum, or York under the

Romans. (Fictile articles : Bricks, Pottery, pp. 116-128.) 3 lithogr. (10 x 6) London, 1842.

255a. SMITH, Charles Roach. On Roman Potters' kilns and

Pottery, discovered, by E. T. Artis, in the county of
Northampton. 10 cuts. (In the Journal of the British

. Archæological Association, I, 1.) (9 x 6) London, 1846. 256a. Artis, Edmund Tyrell. Report of recent excavations

made at Sibson, near Wandsford, Northamptonshire, on the estate of the Duke of Bedford. 2 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archæological Association, II, 164.)

(96) London, 1847. 2566. Poste, Beale. Roman antiquities found at East Farleigh,

Kent. 3 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archæo

logical Association, 11, 73.) (96) London, 1847. 256c. SMITH, Charles Roach. On Roman Pottery discovered on

the banks of the Medway, near Upchurch, Kent. Map and 8 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archæo.

logical Association, 11, 133 ) (96) London, 1847. 256d. BURKITT, Alexander Horace. Remains of the Palace of

Bridewell. 1 etching. (In Smith, C. R. Collectanea,

Antiqua, I, 145.) (96) London, 1848. 256. King, Thomas. Roman sepulchral interment discovered at Avisford, Sus-ex. 1 etching. (In SMITH, C. R. Col.

, . lect'inea Antiqua, I, 123.) (96) London, 1848. 256f. NEVILLE, Richard Cornwallis. The Roman station at

Chester ford, Essex. 3 cuts. (In The Journal of the
British Archaeological Association, III, 208.) (9 x 6)

, London, 1848. 2569. SMITH, Charles Roach. Roman sepulchral remains found

at Strood, in Kent. 4 etchings. (In Smith, C. R. Col

lectanea Antiqua, I, 18.) (9x6) London, 1848. 256h. SMITH, Charles Roach. Roman remains discovered on the

South Downs, near Lancing, Sussex. 1 etching. (In
SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, I, 92.) (9 x 6)

London, 1848. 256. SMITH, Charles Roach. Roman monuments discovered in London. (Stamped Tiles.) Acuts. (In Smith, C. R.

( Collectanea Antiqua, 1, 143.) (9x 6) London, 1848.

I 258a. Smith, Charles Roach. Notes on Roman remains at

Chester. 3 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archæɔlogical Journal, v, 207.) (9x 6) London, 1850.

96 260a. JEWITT, Llewellynn. On Roman remains recently dis

civered at Headington, near Oxford. 3 ( col.) plutes and 15 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archa)logical Association, vi, 52.) (9 x 6) London, 1851.

26la. PRETTY, Edward. On the discovery of Roman remains

near Towcester. 1 plate and 3 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, vii, 107.) (9 x 6) London, 1852.

2016. SMITH, Charles Roach. Roman villa at Hartlip, Kent.

2 etchings and 1 cut. (In Smith, C. R. Collectanea

Antiqua, 11, 1.) (96) London, 1852. 261c, SMITH, Charles Roach Roman remains found at Mount

Bures, near Colchester. (Account of the manner in which they were found by Mr. Jackson.) 1 etching and 4 cuts. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, II, 25.) (96)

London, 1852. 261d. Smith, Charles Roach. Roman Urns, Vases, etc. found at

Colchester. 3 etchings. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea

Antiqua, 11, 37.) (96) London, 1852. 2620. BATEMAN, Thomas. On early burial-places discovered n

the county of Nottingham. 8 cuts. (In The Journal of the British Archæological Association, viii, 1833. (9 x 6) London, 1853.

268a. FAUSSETT, Bryan. Roman remains found at Petham,

Kent. 1 etching. (In Smith, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua,

iv, 173.) (96) London, 1857. 2686. LUPTON, Harry. Roman remains discovered at Crendon,

Bucks. 1 etching. (In SMITH, C.R. Collectanea Antiqua,

IV, 155.) (96) London, 1857. 268c. Smith, Charles Roach. Romano-British Pottery. 4

etchings und 5 cuts. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, iv, 80.) (

96) London, 1857.

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2731. SMITH, Charles Roach. In cribed funeral Urn in the

. museum of J. Mayer. (With a note by the Rev. B. Faussett.) 1 etching. (In Smith, C. R. Collectanea

Antiqua, v, 115.) (9x6) London, 1861. 274a. WISE, John R. The New Forest : its history and its

scenery. (The Roman and Romano-British Potteries, pp. 214-225; The Barrows, pp. 196–213.) 8 cuts, after

) drawings by W. Crane. (10 x 7) London, 1863.

Artist's edition. 8 cuts, after drawings by W. Crane. (11 x 7) London, 1883.

2781. POLLEXFEN, John Hutton. Roman Fictilia discovered at

Cochester. (With notes by C. R. Smith.) 2 etchings and 1 cut. (In SMITH, C. R. Collectanea Antiqua, vi, 228.) (9 x 6) London, 1868.

2786. SMITH, Charles Roach. Remains of Roman Potteries on

the hanks of the Medway and the Nen; and in London. 4 etchings and 2 cuts. (In Smith, C. R. Collectanea

Antiqua, vi, 173.) (9 x 6) London, 1868. 278c. SMITH, Charles Roach. Rese:urchts and discoveries.

Sussex ; Bexhill, near Milton, Kent. 3 cuts. (In SMITH,
C.R. Collectanea Antiqua, Vi, 252, 263.) (96) Lon-

don, 1868. 278d. GOWER, Granville W. G. Leveson. On a Roman villa dis

covered at Titsey. 2 chromo-lithogr. (In Surrey Archæo

logical Collections, iv, 214.) (9 x 6) London, 1869. 280a. WARNE, Charles. Ancient Dorset: the Celtic, Roman,

Saxon, and Danish antiquities of the county. ... Also, an introduction to the ethnology of Dorset, and other archæological notices of the county by T. W. W. Smart.

1 cut (19. 330). (15 x 10) Bournemouth, 1872. 289a. SCARTH, Harry Mengden. Early Britain : Roman Britain,

pp. 169-171. (7 x 4) London (1883) 2896. WATKIN, W. Thompson. Roman Lancashire; or, it de

scription of Roman remains in the county palatine of

Lancaster. 8 cuts. (11 x 8) Liverpool, 1883. 300a. ELLIS, Frederick. Pottery and other remains found on

Romano-British sites near Bristol. (In Proceedings of the Clifton Antiquarian Club, II, III.) (10 x 6) Bristol,

1891-94. 304a. Martin, A. T. Caerwent. (In Proceedings of the Clif

ton Antiquarian Club, Ili, 41.) (10 x 6) Bristol, 1894. 3046. GODDARD, Ed. H. Notes on Romano-British articles

recently added to the Museum of the Wilts. Archæological Society. ? photo-zincotypes. (In The Reliquary and Illustrated Archæologist. I, 91.) (11 x0) London,

189). See also v, lla, 250 ; x, 20a ; XII, 640, 66a, 900, 936.

GERMANO-ROMAN

See v, 257a.

IX

EARLY CHRISTIAN AND BYZANTINE 0a. CUMING, Henry Syer. On the polycephalic ainulets of

the Gnostics. i lithogr. (In The Journal of the British Archæological Association, VIII, 1.) (9 x 6) London, 1853.

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