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List (probably lacking the first three leaves), with descriptions, of Roman coins, and (fols. 10-12) copies of Latin inscriptions, some of which were printed by Phillipps, Ex voto inscriptions, discovered in the ruins of the temple of Jupiter Poeninus, near the convent of Great St. Bernard [Switzerland], and now preserved in that convent, A.D. 1825 [Middle Hill, 1825?]. The leaves have an earlier foliation running from 4 to 15.
Found in: Topographical Manuscripts / Miscellaneous manuscripts / Manuscripts relating to foreign countries / Ancient and classical
Shelfmark: MS. Phillipps-Robinson c. 379
Extents: 12 Leaves