ARCHAEOLOGICAL SECTION. ANNUAL REPORT FOR SESSION 1937-38. Uffzcers. President. MR. T. Guy CLARKE. Hon. Secretary and Vice-President. Mr. W. F. GRIMES, M.A., F.S.A. Committee. DR. D. R. PATERSON, F.S.A. MR. H. M. THOMPSON, M.A. SIR CYRIL Fox, PH.D., V.P.S.A. MR. H. J. RANDALL, LL.B., F.S.A. MR. FRANK BIRD, M.Sc. PROFESSOR WILLIAM PHILLIPS, M.A. PROFESSOR WILLIAM REES, D.Sc., F.S.A. Mr. S. J. ARTHUR During the Winter Session the following lectures were given:- 1937. Oct. 27. Reminiscences."—Mr. T. Guy Clarke (Presi- dential Address). Nov. 10. The Bishop's Palaces at St. David's, Lamphey and Lawhaden."—Mr. C. A. Ralegh Radford, M.A., F.S.A. Dec. 1. Recent Acquisitions to the Department of Archaeology." 1938. Feb. 2. Recent Acquisitions to the Department of Archaeology." Mar. 23. The newly re-organised Folk Culture Galleries." —Messrs. I. C. Peate, M.A., F.S.A., and Ff. G. Payne. The January Lecture, on the 1937 excavation of the Breach Farm Barrow, was delivered jointly to the Parent Society and Section. The President, Hon. Treasurer and Hon. Secretary of the Parent Society and the President of the University College Archae- ological Society are ex-officio members. Mr. V. E. Nash-Williams, M.A., F.S.A., is a co-opted member.