[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]


(Arranged in order of date of publication)

FOSBROOKE (Rev. Thomas, M.A., F.S.A.). Encyclopaedia of Antiquities, and Elements of Archaeology, classical and mediaeval. 2 vols. [Eng. sketch of Tynwald. ] London. John Nichols & Son. 1825. [2535/6, F6]

Woodcut of a Bronze Palstave, found at Peel. In Arch. Jour. 1845, ii, p. 187; also in Primeval Antiquities of Denmark, 1849, p. 30. [3030, L 6]
The palstave has been lost.

WILSON (Dr. Daniel). The Archaeology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland. (Inscriptions (6) of Manx Runic Crosses.) Not in Library.

OSWALD (Dr. H. R.). Ancient Remains of Earthworks and Large Stones. i, The Barrow; ii, Keeills; iii, Treen Chapels; iv, Fortresses ; v, Ancient Roads. In Mx Soc. v, 1860.

Ancient Iron Sword found at Ballaugh, 1824, now in the Edinburgh Museum. In Mx Soc. v, pp. 171-2, 1860. Ancient Fort, etc., in Braddan (illus.) In Mx Soc. v, pp. 190-4, 1860.

HALLIWELL (J. O.). Roundabout Notes chiefly upon the ancient Circles of Stones in the Isle of Man, from rough pencillings dotted down in the summer of 1862. London John Russell Smith. 1863. pp. 24. 190x140. [775, F 6]
Only 100 copies printed.

JEFFCOTT (John M.). The Circle on 'The Mull.' In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866. (Illus.) [2333, F 6]
Also in Mx Note Book iii.

BARNWELL (E. L.). Uncertain Bronze Implements in the Isle of Man. In Arch. Camb. xii, 1866, pp. 476-7. (Illus). [2333, F 6]

SIMPSON (Sir J. Y., M.D.). Archaic Sculpturings of Cups, Circles, etc., upon Stones and Rocks in Scotland, England and other countries [including Man]. Edinburgh, 1867. [2336, F 6]
Sir J. Simpson visited Man with the Camb. Arch. Asso. in 1865. He describes the cup and other markings on the great stones of the Kirk Braddan Camp near the new Church. Pl. viii has a sketch of the Ballakelly Circle with its cup holes, and on pl. xxvi there is a figure of a large stone with many cup marks, the sketch being made by his niece, Mrs. Blyth of Glentraugh. This stone has been destroyed.

Archaeologia Cambrensis, the Journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Assoc. Vol xii, 1866, contains a number of papers, illustrated, written by members of the Assoc. after their visit to the Isle of Man in 1865, all of which were included in vol. xv of the Manx Society in 1868. [2333, F6]

BARNWELL (Rev. E. L.). Notes on the Stone Monuments in the Isle of Man. (Illus.) In Mx Soc. vol. xv, pp. 92-106. 1868.

JEWITT (Llewellyn, F.S.A.). A few words on some Stone Circles. In The Student, June 1869.

EVANS (John, F.R.S., F.S.A., afterwards Sir). The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain. London: Longmans, Green. 1872. pp. xvi,640. 227x142. 28/-. [5062, F6]

LEWIS (A. L.). Notes on some archaic structures in the Isle of Man. Anthropol. Inst. Journal vi, p. 295-299, 1872. (Ill's.)

DOHDS (Rev. George). Observations on the symbolism of an incised stone in Kirk Braddan Churchyard. In Reliquary, xiv, pp. 137-142. (Ill's.)

Opening of Tumuli on Peel Hill and discovery of Urns. In Mona's Hld. 7th August, 1878.

De S., H. G. J. Sculptured tympanum at St. Maughold's Church. In Reliquary, xviii, p. 177, 1878.

First Report of the Archaeological Commissioners on the Pre-historic Monuments and other antiquities of the Isle of Man. Douglas: James Brown & Son. 1878. pp. 43. Illus. and coloured frontispiece of the Circle at Billown. 233x150. [3707, F 6]

The Black Fort, St. Mark's. In Mx Soc. vol. xxviii. 1878.

SAVAGE (Rev. E. B.). Discoveries at Orrysdale Head. Y.L.M. 1879-84.

MAYHEW (Rev. S. M.). Notes on the Isle of Man. British Arch. Assoc. Jour. xxxvii, pp. 47-55. 1881.

EVANS (John, LL.D., F.R.S., afterwards Sir). The Ancient Bronze Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Longmans, Green. 1881. pp. xix,509.

SWINNERTON (Frederick). Discovery of Flints and Flakes at Port St. Mary, 1882. In Mx Note Book i, pp. 71-72; ii, 91-92.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). Notice of the opening of a grave mound in Sky Hill. In Reliquary xxv, p. 53, 1885. (Ill's.)

__Notice of the opening of a Celtic Tumulus on Snaefell. In Reliquary, xxv, pp. 117-118. 1885.

JEFFCOTT (J. M.). Meayll and its archaic remains. In x Note Book, iii, pp. 157-162.

JEWITT (Llewellyn, F.S.A.). A Few Words on the Fylfot, and its occurrence on a Sculptured Stone at Conchan. (Ill's.) In Mx Note Bk. i, pp. 4-16. [1122, F6]

SWINNERTON (F.). Flints and Flakes at Port St. Mary. In Trans. N.H.A.S. i, 1879-84.

MOORE (A. W., M.A.). Sepulchral Urn at Port-e-Chee. In Trans. N.H.A.S, i, 1879-84.

BUCKLAND (A. W.). The Monument known as King Orry's Grave compared with Tumuli in Gloucestershire. In Jour. Anthrop. Inst., May 1889. [6628, F 6]

BRADBURY (Dr. John). Cremation. Douglas: S. K. Broadbent & Co. N.D. [ 1890] pp. 12. 190x122. [4094, F 6]

HERDMAN (W. A.) and KERMODE (P. M. C.). The Excavation of the Neolithic Stone Circle on the Meayll Hill, near Port Erin; with three plates. Biol. Soc., Liverpool. 1893. pp. 14. 213 x 139. [6350, F 6]
Read at a meeting of the Liverpool Biol. Sec. 13th Oct., 1893.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). The Finding of the 'Great Elk' in Ballaugh in 1820. In Y.L.M. i.
Quotes from original documents and shows how the remains got to the Edinburgh Museum through the Duke of Athol.

__The Meayll Stone Circle. In Illus. Archaeologist, ü, June 1894. (Ill's.)

__On an Ancient Canoe discovered at Ballakaighen, German. In Y.L.M. i.

SWINNERTON (Frederick). Pre-Aryan Remains at Glen Wyllin. In Y.L.M. i.

BRADBURY (John). The Cairn, Gretch Veg. In Y.L.M. i.

JEFFCOT T (John M.). The Hut Dwellings at The Sloc. In Y.L.M. i.

CRELLIN (John Christian). Ancient Remains in Parish of Ballaugh. In Y.L.M. i.

CRELLIN (Miss A. M.). Opening of a Burial Mound, Michael. In Y.L.M. i.

BUCKLAN D (A. W.). The Monument known as King Orry's Grave compared with Tumuli in Gloucestershire, 1889. In Y.L.M. i.

SWINNERTON (Fredk.). The Early Neolithic Cists and Refuse Heap at Port St. Mary. In Y.L.M. i.

BROWN (J. W.). Flints from West Craig, Andreas. In Y.L.M. i.

WALKEY (R. Huyshe). The Neolithic Settlement on the Brooghs, Ramsey). In Y.L,M. i.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). Flints from the Brooghs, North Ramsey. In Y.L.M. i.

__The Burial Mound known as Cronk Aust in the parish of Lezayre. In Y.L.M. i.

__Cinerary Urn from Cronk Aust, Lezayre (illus.). In Mx Note Bk. iii, p. 91.

__Description of a Cinerary Urn from Ballaseyr, Andreas. In Y.L.M. i.

__Tumuli on Snaefell and Sky-hill. In Y.L.M. i.

__The Meayll Circle. In Y.L.M. ii.

Visit of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archæological Society. In Y.L.M. ii.

BRADBURY (Dr. J.). Rhullick y Keeill Khallane, Lonan. In Y.L.M. ii.

KELLY (Henry). Ballaqueeny Cronk, the Clagh-ard or Crosh Ballaqueeny and Cronk How Mooar. In Y.L.M. ii

SWINNERTON (Fred. F.A.S.). Finds in Rushen : Prehistoric Remains In Y.L.M. iii.

MOORE (A. W., M.A.). Cup Markings in the Isle of Man. In Y.L.M. iii.

RHYS (Sir John). Manx Archæology and Natural History. In Nature, lxxiv, pp. 223-224, 1906.

KEWLEY (J., M.A.). On a Cinerary Urn from Ballahott. In Proc. i.

KERMODE (P. Al. C.). Protection of Ancient Monuments. In Proc. i.

SWINNERTON (Frederick). Pre-historic Researches in the Isle of Man. In I.M. Times, 5th June, 1909.

SWYNNERTON (Frederick). Contributions to the History of the Isle of Man. Simla (India). Thacker, Spink & Co. 1910. pp. îv,54. 3 plates. 205x140. [6290, F 6]
This is a rare pamphlet. Deals with the Neolithic Cists at Port St. Mary, and the pre-Aryan remains at Glen Wyllin, etc.

__Neolithic Refuse at Poolvaish. In Proc. i.

__The Earliest Inhabitants of the Isle of Man. In Proc. i.

SCHETELIG (Haakon). Vestlandske Graver fra Jernalderen. Bergens Museums Skrifter: ny Række, Bd. II. Bergen: Bergen Museum. 1912. pp. 242. 310x245. [5187]

The Fairy Hill, Rushen. Examination by Prof. Herdman and P. M. C. Kermode. In Mx Quar. ii, 1912.

HARRISON (Rev. S. N.). Excavation of a Round Barrow on Ballaterson Cronk, Maughold. In Proc. i.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). First, Second, Third, and Fourth Reports of the Archæological Survey. In Proc. i.

__Cronk Howe Mooar. In Proc. i.

CORKI L L (W. H.). Manx Mines and Megaliths. In. Manch. Memoirs, lxv, 1921. (Illus.) [3663, F6]

QUINE (Rev. Canon John, M.A.). Early Scribed Rocks of the Isle of Man, with notes on the Early Pottery of the Island. From Camb. Antiq. Soc. Com. xxiv, 1923. (Illus.) pp. 77-94. [5254]

KELLY (W. A.). Balladoole Pre-historic Grave. In Proc. ii.

KEITH (Sir Arthur). Report on a Skull and Skeleton found in a lintel grave near Port St. Mary. In Proc. ii.

C OWLEY (C. H.). Manx Pigmy Flints. In Proc. ii. Reprinted from the Jour. of the Brit. Arch. Assoc. 1921.

QUINE (Canon John, M.A.). Note re Discovery of Cist with Urn at Baroose, Lonan. In Proc. ii.

CUBBON (William). The Stone at Sloc called ' Clagh y daa Heet.' In Proc. ii.

__The Mannanan Country. In Proc. ii.

DEXTER (T. F. G., B.A.). The Sacred Stone. Cornwall: New Knowledge Press. N.D. [ 1929] pp. 40. 240x155. [5985, F6]

__Civilization in Britain 2000 B.C. Cornwall: New Knowledge Press. N.D. [1929] pp. 40. 240x155. [5984, F 7]

KERMODE: (P. M. C., M.A.). An Engraved Stone Pillar. In Antiq. Jour., Oct. 1929. pp. 372-375. [5943, F 6]
Description of a Bronze age engraved stone at Cronk yn Howe, Lezayre. Now in the Manx Museum.

__The Ancient Monuments of the Isle of Man presidential address. In Archaeologia Cambrensis, lxxxiv, i: Dec. 1929. pp. 167-178.

__Tumuli on the Laggan, Glen Rushen, by J. J. Joughin, J. J. Kneen, and W. Cubbon. In Proc. iii, 231-2. [A 363]

KERMODE (P. M. C., M.A.). Knoc y Doonee. 3 illus. with notes by J. J. Kneen. In Proc. iii, 241-6, 1930. [A 363]

BRUCE (T. Ronald, M.Sc.). Notes on Human Remains found at The Smelt, Port St. Mary. In Proc. iii, 1930.

The Kew Giant's Grave, by J. Ronald Bruce & W. Cubbon. 2 illus. In Proc. iii, 239. [A 363]

BRUCE (J. Ronald, M.Sc.). The Contribution of Physical Science to some Problems of Archaeology presidential address. In Proc. iii, 266-275. [A 363]

BRUCE (J. Ronald, M.Sc.) and CUBBON (William). Cronk yn How : an Early Christian and Viking site at Lezayre. In Proc. iii, pp. 282-297. (Illus.) 1931.

See also Ireland in Pre-Celtic Times, by Professor R. A. S. Macalister. 1921.

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