Synopses & Reviews
Excerpt from Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 1886, Vol. 42
The forty-second annual volume OF the journal OF the british archeological association, for the year 1886, contains thirty-eight of the principal papers read at the Congress held at Brighton and Chichester during the month of August 1885, and at the past sessional meetings in London; the report of that Con gress, a summary of the Congress held at Durham and Darlington during this summer, and numerous notices of relics and works of antiquarian interest.
No very remarkable archaeological discoveries have been made during the year; but several recent finds have been described in our pages by those who have devoted especial attention to them. Among them may be mentioned the Roman character of the city walls in Chichester, described by Mr. G.' M. Hills; the Roman remains in the city of Rheims, by Mr. G. R. Wright, the ancient ship at Brigg, by Mr. E. P. L. Brock, discoveries at Winchester Cathedral, by the Rev. Canon C. Collier early Lancashire crosses, by Mr.
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