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" Many piles of similar shape have been dug up from time to time in various parts of the village. "
Proceedings - Page 55
by Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - 1904
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Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh

James Stuart - Armagh (Northern Ireland) - 1819 - 651 pages
...cabinet of Mr. Thomas Lindley, Armagh. Golden cups, connected by a curvilinear bar of the same metal, have been dug up, from time to time, in various parts of every province in the kingdom. Dr. Ledwich in the first edition of his Antiquities, page 114, says,...
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The history, topography and antiquities of the county and city of Limerick ...

Patrick Fitzgerald, John James M'Gregor - 1826
...stones at a great distance with the greatest dexterity and precision. Many of the ancient Irish weapons have been dug up from time to time in various parts of the country. They appear to have been generally made of brass. Sir James Ware mentions, that he had in...
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The History of Ireland, Volume 1

John O'Driscol - Ireland - 1827
...cabinet of Mr. Thomas Lindley, Armagh. Golden cups, connected by a curvilinear bar of the same metal, have been dug up from time to time in various parts of every province in the kingdom. " Dr. Ledwich, in the first edition of his Antiquities, page 1 14.,...
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The Key to the Family Deed Chest: How to Decipher and Study Old Documents ...

Emma Elizabeth Thoyts, Charles Trice Martin - Diplomatics - 1893 - 147 pages
...for fraudulent purposes. The use of signet-rings is very ancient. Many old Saxon and Roman signets have been dug up from time to time in various parts of England ; but small private seals bearing devices do not appear to have been attached to deeds earlier...
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Proceedings, Volume 4

Clifton Antiquarian Club, Clifton Antiquarian Club, Clifton, England (Gloucestershire). - Gloucestershire (England) - 1900
...were suitable for the harquebuss, carabine, and pistols of those troublous times. Though specimens have been dug up from time to time in various parts of Bristol, this is believed to be the first instance of unfired bullets of that period having been found...
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Proceedings

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - Archaeology - 1906
...concavity being uppermost. This hearth was not in line with the eight above, about one-third of its extent being situated outside the NE margin of Hearth...Among the objects of importance from Mound LXX were : — B 225. Polished bone. Found in the peat near the NE margin of Mound LXX, 1895. B383. Portion...
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