Archaeological Journal/Volume 1
PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION
OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
The British Archaeological Association
FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT AND PROSECUTION
OF RESEARCHES INTO THE ARTS AND MONUMENTS
The Early and Middle Ages.
LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMAN.
OXFORD: J.H. PARKER.—CAMBRIDGE: J. & J. J. DEIGHTON.
PRINTED BY I. SHRIMPTON.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
It is requested that all communications for the Archæological Journal be addressed to Albert Way, Esq., Honorary Secretary, 12, Rutland Gate, Hyde Park; and that all donations and subscriptions be paid to the account of the Central Committee of the Archæological Association with Messrs. Cockburns and Co., 4, Whitehall.
ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOL. I.
Those marked thus * are plates to be inserted in the places indicated.
- *Harescomb Church, Gloucestershire, (Etching)
- Supposed Anglo-Saxon Tower, Sompting, Sussex
- —————————————— Earl's Barton, Northamptonshire
- Anglo-Saxon Arcade, MS. Cotton, Claud. B. iv.
- ————— Arches, ib.
- ————— Pillar, ib.
- ————— Baluster Column, ib.
- ————— Belfry-window, Earl's Barton, Northamptonshire
- ———————————— St. Benet's, Cambridge
- ————— Triangular-headed Doorway, MS. Cotton
- ————— Double Arch, ib.
- ————— Triangular Tympanum, ib.
- ————— Doorway, Barnack
- ————— Belfry-window, Deerhurst, Gloucestershire
- ——————————— Sompting
- ————— Triangular-arched Doorway, MS. Cotton
- ————— Capitals of Columns, ib.
- ————— Foliated Capital, Sompting Church
- ————— Arch, Corhampton, Hants
- *Acton Turville Church, Gloucestershire, (Etching)
- *Leigh Delamere Church, Wiltshire, (Etching)
- Bell-Turret, on Harescomb Church, Gloucestershire
- ————— Leigh Delamere, Wiltshire
- ————— Corston, Wiltshire
- Figures of the Apostles
- Christ in an Elliptic Aureole
- The Trinity creating Man
- The Trinity nimbed
- The Divine Lamb
- Pope Paschal, with square Nimbus
- God condemning Adam and Eve to labour
- Our Saviour in an Aureole of Clouds
- God in a Circular Aureole
- The Virgin in an Aureole
- Christ the Almighty
- The Creation
- The Trinity
- The Tower, London
- The Keep, Newcastle on Tyne
- Caerphilly Castle, restored from a careful survey
- Penmôn Priory Church, near Beaumarais, Anglesey
- —————— Font, and Water Stoup
- —————— Compartment of Font
- —————— West Door
- Penmôn Priory, Inscription to St. Sadwrn
- —————— Details and Sections
- Font, Llan Jestyn, Anglesey
- Plan of Llanfihangel Church
- East Window, and details, of Llan Tysilio Church
- Llanfihangel and Llan Tysilio Churches
- Coins illustrative of Christian Iconography
- Interior of Cromlech, L'ancresse, Guernsey
- Position of Vase in the northern part of Cromlech, L'ancresse
- Position of Vase and Bones in Cromlech
- Grinding-trough and stone implements in Cromlech
- Jars, &c., interior of Cromlech
- Romano-British urns, and other vessels, discovered at Saffron Walden, Essex
- Diagram of Window, Bourges Cathedral
- Supposed Saxon Belfry window, Northleigh Church, Oxon
- Early English Capital, Bicester Church, Oxon
- East end of South Aisle, Kidlington, Oxon
- Kitchen, Stanton Harcourt, Oxon
- Romano-British Coins
181, 182, 183
- Sepulchral Brass of Sir Roger de Trumpington, Trumpington Church Cambridgeshire
- ——————— of Sir John d'Aubernoun, Stoke d'Aubernon, Surrey
- Ancient Seal, representing a Manor-house of the 13th century
- View of Cromlech, at Catioroc, Jersey
- South view of a small Cromlech at L'ancresse, Guernsey
- South view of the Cromlech at La Mare aux Mauves, L'ancresse
- Specimens of Vases, &c. discovered in Cromlechs in the Channel Islands
- Representation of the Deity, from Shobdon Church, Herefordshire
- Shaft of scroll-work, with capital, from the same
- Figures of Welsh Knights, from the same
- Compartment of Pillar, from the same
- Spear-head and Urn, from excavated Barrows in Derbyshire
- Supposed Quiver, in fine gold, discovered near Poitiers
- Section of Barrows in Lord Albert Denison Conyngham's Park
- Plan of Grave in Barrow
- Bucket, &c. discovered in the Grave
- Piscina and Monument in Long Wittenham Church, Berkshire
- Ruins of St. Clement's Church, Worcester
- Gold Coin of Edward the Confessor
- Exterior and Interior of Dovecot, Garway, Herefordshire
- Tympanum, &c. of South Doorway of the same
- Chinmey, Grosmont Castle, Herefordshire
- Representation of the Embroidery on the Amice of St. Thomas à Becket
- Admission of St. Guthlac into Priest's Orders
- Single Combat with axes
- Curious Military Engines, and Galley
- Reliquary of the fifteenth century
- Supposed Penner of Henry VI.
- Domestic Architecture of the Middle Ages, from a MS. in the British Museum.
- Workmen making incised Monumental Slabs
- Position of Hall and Chamber, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 139, v°.
- A House, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 199, v°.
- A Chimney, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 6, v°.
- A Castle, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 157, v°.
- A Castle, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 160, v°.
- A fortified Bridge, from MS. Addit. No. 10,293, fol. 58, v°.
- English Medieval Embroidery.—Antependium at Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire
- Patterns on a Cope of crimson Velvet, Campden, Gloucestershire
- —— Weston Underwood, Northamptonshire
- —— Ely
- Pattern on Communion cloth, from East Langdon, Kent
- —— Cope from the same
- —— Cope from the same
- —— Cope, Buckland, Worcestershire
- —— Antependium, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire
- Example of the foundation of design to be embroidered
- Two examples shewing the mode of sewing the bouillon and purl
- Example shewing the manner in which the end of the silk is taken in the eye of the needle to the ends, when it is wished to draw it under the stuff
- Illustration of the old method of patting on the pailettes
- Paillons, before and after they are sewn on with bouillon and purl
- Norman Tombstone, Coningsborough, Yorkshire
- Rockingham Castle, Northamptonshire, Entrance Gateway
- View of Rockingham Castle
- Sections of Mouldings, from the same
- Cross-loop with an oilet, from the same
- Ancient Chest, time of Henry V., from the same
- —————————— John, from the same
- Plan of Gateway, Rockingham Castle
- Earthen Vase or Urn discovered near North Walsham, Norfolk
- Masons' Marks
- Ornamental Sculpture at Penally, near Tenby, North Wales
- An unpublished Saxon Sceatta found near Banbury, Oxfordshire
- Saxon and Roman coins
- Plan of supposed Roman Masonry in a cellar at Leicester
- Capital and Base of Pillar, S. Walderich's chapel, Murrhard, Germany
- Crockets from the Oratory at Urach
- Figure of a curious carved stone in Newton Church, Yorkshire
- Urn-shaped vessel, &c., discovered at Bernaldby Moor, Yorkshire
- Roman milestone dug up near Leicester
- Jewry Wall, Leicester