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Sa Archaeologia Cambrensis , 1846 — 1900 Sa sand-drifting and encroachment, 1846, 130, 308, 310, 312 ; 1871,54; 1879,30 sand-shifting, 1853, 97, 232-5, 236, 259-60 ; 1861, 362 ; 1864, 313 ; 1868, 48 ; 1869, 444 ; 1871, 175, 243, 253, 316 ; 1887, 9 ; 1893, 305, 306 ; 1894, 1,2; 1898,4, 18, 135-6, 142, 143 Sandbach, Hy. R., ofHafodunos, 1881, 336 ; 1882,160, 321 presidential address, 1882, 322-3 Sandbach, (Ches.), 1856, 189 Boothlane, supposed Roman road, 1847, 182 cross, 1899, 46 Sandde Jather of St. David, 1898, 3 Sandde ap Cadrod Hardd, 1848, 168 Sandde Bryd Angel, 1846, 49 ; 1876, 201 Sanddef Hardd, lord of Mortvn and Burton, (D.), 1874, 187 arms, 1846, 29 and n. ; 1851, 76 ; 1873, 65 ; 1874, 187* " 1876 20* descendants, 1846, 28, 29 ; 1851, 76 ; 1873, 65 ; 1874, 187-8 ; 1875, 337 ; 1876, 20-22, 119 Sandon stamped on lead pigs, 1891, 18 ; 1892, 263 SANDONIVM identified as Flint, 1891, 18, 21 ; 1892, 263, 270 Sands {or Sanders) tomb at Beaumaris, (A.), I860, 357 Sandwich, Edw. 1st. earl of (d. 1672), heart kept in silver vase, 1851, 335 Sandy Haven, house of Admiral Button, 1872, 226, 227 Sandyhaven Water, (P.), piracy and smuggling in, 1899, 280 Sandys, Col. Sam., 1882, 208 Sanford (or Sandford) de, family, of Newton Nottage, (G.), 1853, 169-70, 173, 175 ; 1889, 217-8 Sanford, Jordan, 1853, 169, 173 Sanford, Juliana, 1853, 174-5* ; 1869, 443 Sanford, Sir Thos., m. Cardiff heiress, 1853, 168-70; 1889,217 Sanford Well (alias St. John's), Newton Nottage, (G.), 1853, 170-2 ; 1889, 218 enclosure near, for midsummer fires, 1853, 95, 172 Sannan, St., patron Llansannan, (D.), 1877, 239 ; 1884,102 Santesau Castle, (Cd.), 1878, 343 Santiago Cathedral bell at Christ Church, Carmarthen, 1878, 269 Santon, (Man), 1865, 418-19 church, 1865, 419 inscribed stone, 1891, 41 ; 1895, 205-6* megaliths, 1865, 418-19 ; 1866, 48, 52-63* Sarah's Well (Ffynnon Sarah), Derwen Anial, (D.), 1864, 331 ; 1877, 29 sard, in silver ring, 1887, 363 Sarn, Worthenbury, (F.), 1888, 356 Sarn, Carno, (Mg.), place-names, 1853, 4 Sarn, near Kerry, (Mg.), 1857, 150 Sarn, Llandrinio, (Mg.), pedigree (Derwas), 1887, 215-16 Sarn, p. Whittington, (Salop), Wat's Dyke at, 1856, 22 Sam Badrig, Cardigan Bay, 1849, 156 ; 1850, 200 ; 1855, 62 ; 1856, 70 ; 1857, 75, 263 ; 1861,169 ; 1878, 330 Sarn Bridge, near Guilsfield, (Mg.), 1857, 150 Sarn Cadwgan, near Aberarth, (Cd.), 1849, 157 Sarn Cynfelyn, in Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth, 1849, 156 see also Sarn Badrig Sarn Dewi, near St. David's, Aberarth, (Cd.), 1849,157 Sam Doctor Goch, 1860, 118 Sam Elen, 1859, 70 see also Sam Helen Sam Faban, near Penmynydd, (A.), old road, 1854, 206 Sam Helen or Elen (Helen's Portway), name applied to Roman roads, 1846, 421, 423 ; 1848, 310 ; 1850, 203, 327 ; 1851, 42 ; 1854, 210 ; 1855, 180 ; 1856, 332 ; 1859, 70, 304-5 ; 1861, 308-9 ; 1873, 128 ; 1876, 228 ; 1878, 102-3, 320, 325, 331, 351 ; 1879, 56 ; 1886, 339 ; 1888, 298, 299 ; 1897, 98n., 216 ; 1898,248 Sarn Hwlcin or Wilkin, (F.), old road, 1854, 84, 271 ; 1858 447; 1865,212; 1892,271-2 Sarn Hwlffordd, 1865, 90, 212 Sarn Swsan (-Sws, -Swsi), Roman road Caersws-Deva 1848, 93-94; 1857, 152, 153; 1879, 291 ; 1882! 99-100 Sarn Wilkin, see Sarn Hwlcin Sarn-y-bryn-caled, near Welshpool, (Mg.), 1856, 263 • 1857, 150 Sarn y Bwch, Aberdysyni, (Mer.), 1849, 157 ; 1857, 263 ; 1878, 330 Sarn y Cyrtau, (Cm.), 1873, 133 Sarn y Fan, (Cm.), Roman(?) road, 1873, 128 Sarnau, near Bala, 1881, 307 Samau, of Cardigan Bay, 1849, 156-7 ; 1878, 330 Sarnesfield, (Hf.), 1856, 14 ; 1870, 343 ; 1882, 28 Sarnnelay Church (? Sam Helen, Sam Las) under hospitallers, Slebech, (P.), 1897, 98, 206, 216 ; 1899, 287 Sassoferrato, madonna in Swansea Church, 1886, 342 satire on the English residing in Flint (Lewis Glyn Cothi), 1846, 153-5 Sattler, Ernst, Y Gomerydd (Welsh grammar in German), reviewed, 1886, 158 Satuminus inscribed stone, 1847, 260* ; 1896, 139 saucer, stone, Kempston, (Beds.), 1891, 158* Saumur, France, abbey of St. Florence, of Salmur, held Monmouth Castle Church, 1890, 7 dolmen, 1874, 325-6* Saunders family, of Coventry, 1891, 306 and n. Saunders, Erasmus, of Pendine (1577), 1898, 306, 309, 310, 311 ; 1899,279 Saunders, Dr. Erasmus (1670-1724), v. Blockley, (Worcs.), friend of Edw. Lhwyd, 1873, 384 ; 1878, 342 ; 1879, 72-73 works of, 1879, 73 Saunders, W., Roman pottery, Abergavenny, 1876, 348 Saurin, M. A., 1880, 324 Sautre and Thrope, lollards, 1877, 129, 158 Savage, John (1485), 1867, 235 Savage, Sir John, K.G. (d. 1492), 1883, 71-72 Sava(d)ge, Sir Thos. and Lady (1626), 1871, 338 Sava(d)ge, Wm. and Ellen, 1894, 14 Savigny, France, abbey, monastic houses under, 1849, 225 ; 1887, 107-8, 111 the Grey Brothers of Sa(u)vigny, first Cistercians in England, 1890, 17, 19 Saviour, Raffe, curate Haverfordwest, 1899, 271, 275 Sawerdek Causeway, Hanmer, (F.), 1888, 345, 353 Sawyer, Sir Edmond, lessee of manors in Radnorshire (1649), 1900, 2, 4, 15, 111, 113, 116, 119, 121, 123. 126, 128 Sawyl Benisel, king of the Britons, grave of, 1851, 159-62* called Bedd Penisel, 1856, 323 supposed, in barrow on Allt Cynadda, (Cm.), 1851, 159 Sawyl Benuchel ap Llywarch Hen, grave in Llangollen, 1851, 162 ; 1852, 84 Saxon antiquities, 1846, 191, 276*, 403-4; 1867, 417; 1894, 155 architecture, 1872, 267 ; 1890, 325-7 ; 1899, 179 crosses, 1891, 119* ; 1894, 309 ; 1899, 19 interference in Celtic church matters, 1893, 193, 195-/ kings, relations with Wales, 1846, 403-4; 1885, 246-53 ; 1886,3 period, 1856, 72-73 ; 1862, 69 ; 1882, 19-40 place-names, 1874, 209 ; 1879, 15-29 334