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Volume 111 (1981) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Angus Graham [memoir and bibliography] (pp 1-6)
Dunbar, J G
PDF 633 Kb
Analytical techniques for the investigation of non-artefactual wood from prehistoric and medieval sites (pp 510-5)
Crone, Anne & Barber, John
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The 1926-7 excavations of the Creag nan Uamh bone caves, near Inchnadamph, Sutherland [recension and reconsideration] (pp 7-20)
Lawson, T J
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Rural settlement in Grampian Region: approaches and sources (pp 493-509)
Shepherd, Ian A G & Ralston, Sandra M
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Cnoc Coig, Druim Harstell and Cnoc Riach: problems of the identification and location of shell middens on Oronsay (pp 516-8)
Mellars, P A
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The excavation of a late Neolithic henge-type enclosure at Balfarg, Markinch, Fife, Scotland, 1977-78 (pp 63-171)
Mercer, Roger J
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Knappers, Dunbartonshire: a reassessment [of the timber circles and adjacent cemetery] (pp 172-204)
Ritchie, J N Graham & Adamson, H C
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The excavation of a chambered cairn, the Ord North, at Lairg, Sutherland by J X W P Corcoran (pp 21-62)
Sharples, Niall M
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Aspects of the Iron Age in Atlantic Scotland. A case study in the problems of archaeological interpretation (pp 205-19)
Barrett, John C
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Is Mousa a broch? [Statistical analysis of dimensions etc] (pp 220-8)
Fojut, Noel
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The Bridgeness distance slab [Antonine Wall] (pp 519-21)
Close-Brooks, Joanna
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Some excavations on the line of the Antonine Wall, 1957-80 (pp 229-47)
Keppie, L J F & Breeze, D J
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A Roman hypocausted building at Falkirk (pp 248-62)
Keppie, L J F & Murray, J Frances
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A cross-slab from New Scone, Perthshire (pp 521-3)
Lye, Dorothy M & Fisher Ian
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Excavations [of ?Viking period settlement and burial] at Machrins, Colonsay (pp 263-81)
Ritchie, J N Graham
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Excavations on Iona, 1979 [:the vallum and organic materials] (pp 282-380)
Barber, John W
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Roof tile fragments from the Isle of May [Fife] (pp 523-4)
di Folco, John
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Cramalt Tower: historical survey and excavations 1977-9 [of two small 15th century tower-houses in the Borders Region] (pp 401-29)
Maxwell-Irving, Alastair M T
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Recent excavations at Dunfermline Abbey, Fife [frater, gatehouse] (pp 388-400)
Robertson, the late T M, Williams, G H, Haggarty, George, & Reynolds, Nicholas
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A 12th century figure from Jedburgh Abbey (pp 381-7)
Thurlby, Malcolm
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The earliest tolbooths: a preliminary account (pp 445-53)
Stell, Geoffrey
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Borthwick Castle, near Duns: excavations, 1979 [of a late 16th century towerhouse] (pp 430-44)
Maxwell-Irving, Alastair M T
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Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire [early 17th century Z-plan tower-house with Adam alterations] (pp 454-92)
Slade, H Gordon
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Index (pp 525-30)
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