Notes of the dscovery of a glass cup in a stone coffin at Peterborough Cathedral..

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Notes (1) of the Discovery of a Glass Cup in a Stone Coffin at Peterborough Cathedral, and (2) of Encaustic Tiles with Interlaced Patterns, from Fordington, St George's Church, Dorchester, and Milton Abbey Church, Dorset.

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glass was probably discovered accidentally when egyptian and mesopotamian potters were firing their vessels. The following Notes occur on a fly-leaf at the end of a copy of Gunton's History of Peterborough Cathedral, and appear to have been written soon after that book was printed: "Among other things omitted in this history, I cannot but take notice of one ancient inscription upon a tomb in y e body of the church, written in old Saxon letters, as.

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