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Nature volume 92, pages 466467 (18 December 1913) | Download Citation

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CAMBRIDGE.—Sir Arthur Evans has presented to the museum the last instalment of an interesting set of objects selected from the collections of his father, the late Sir John Evans. The gift consists of 121 specimens ranging in date from prehistoric times to the eighteenth century. The value of the collection is greatly enhanced by the fact that all the specimens composing it were found in Cambridgeshire and ihe adjacent counties.

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