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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003 (updated 2014)

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Erin Osborne-Martin
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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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Digital Object Identifiers

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Sample Citation for this DOI

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Introduction

Sculptured Roman legionary tablet discovered at Carriden, Linlithgowshire (published in Archaeologia Scotica Volume 5)

The project to scan the entire run of the Proceedings, Archaeologia Scotica and the Society's out-of-print monographs, was generously funded by Historic Scotland, the ARCHway Project and the Russell Trust and could not have been completed without the active and enthusiastic involvement of the Archaeology Data Service.

COPYRIGHT

The papers available here in digital form, and any copyright images within them, remain the copyright of their authors, the Society of Antiquaries and any other copyright holder. They may be downloaded for research and teaching purposes but must not be resold or made available on any other web site or on any other medium with or without charge, unless with the prior written consent of the Society and the relevant copyright holders.

The following organisations generously allowed the reproduction of their copyright images:
  Historic Scotland (www.historic-scotland.gov.uk)
  The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (www.rcahms.gov.uk)
  The National Library of Scotland (www.nls.uk)
  The National Museums of Scotland (www.nms.ac.uk)
  The National Galleries of Scotland (www.natgalscot.ac.uk)
  The British Museum (www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk)
  The British Library (www.bl.uk)
  The Royal Society (www.royalsoc.ac.uk)
  Dundee City Council (www.Dundeecity.gov.uk)

Maps based on Ordnance Survey mapping are reproduced with the permission of the Ordnance Survey and Crown Copyright. (www.ordsvy.gov.uk)

The Society has made reasonable efforts to alert copyright holders to our intention to mount these files on the web; anyone with concerns about their material being reproduced here should contact the
  Proceedings Editor,
  Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,
  Royal Museum of Scotland,
  Chambers Street,
  Edinburgh EHl 1JF.

E-mail proceedingseditor@socantscot.org.