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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society is a journal on the history and archaeology of Cambridgeshire, England, and on the Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
The Cambridge Antiquarian Society was founded in 1840, and in 1859 it first published a volume of papers presented at its meetings from 1850 onwards, under the title "Antiquarian Communications". By 1891 the series became known as Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, and it began a new series numbering alongside the old. The dates in the volumes listed below reflect when the papers in them were first presented; the publication date of the full volume may be later in some cases. It is still published today.
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