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Volume 116 (1986) - Table of Contents

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The collection of antiquarian information for the early Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland (pp 11-6)
Davidson, J L
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Resistivity survey of two settlement sites at Tofts Ness, Sanday, Orkney (pp 561-5)
Dockrill, S J
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A stone head from Port Appin, Argyll [on natural boulder: pagan type] (pp 89-91)
Cowie, Trevor G
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Glengarrisdale: confirmation of Jura's third microlithic phase (pp 41-55)
Mercer, John & Searight, Susan
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The procurement and use of stone for flaked tools in prehistoric Scotland (pp 1-10)
Wickham-Jones, Caroline R
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Neolithic carvings in Maes Howe [related to Skara Brae etc] (pp 57-62)
Ashmore, P J
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A beaker cist at Upper Muirhall, Perth [Late Northern beaker] (pp 63-7)
Reid, Alison G, Shepherd, Ian A G & Lunt, Dorothy A
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Some recent finds of Bronze-Age metalwork from Perthshire (pp 69-88)
Cowie, Trevor & Reid, Alison
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A note on two gold lunulae (pp 566-7)
Wallace, Colin R
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Two cists east of Forfar [at Murton Farm and Mains of Balgavies Farm] (pp 567-72)
Sherriff, John R
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The Yorkshire Television vitrified wall experiment at East Tullos, City of Aberdeen District (pp 17-40)
Ralston, Ian
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The Arbroath Antiquary Club's excavations at Castle Rock promontory fort, Auchmithie, Arbroath and Saint Vigeans, Angus District (pp 101-15)
Ralston, Ian, with Close-Brooks, Joanna
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The excavation of a palisaded enclosure at Methven Wood, Almondbank, Perthshire, 1979 (pp 93-9)
Sherriff, John R
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The manufacture of pottery in Roman Scotland (pp 185-9)
Breeze, David J
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A Roman stamped tile from Newstead (pp 572-3)
Elliot, J Walter
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Scottish and Irish metalwork and the 'conspiratio barbarica' (pp 211-21)
Laing, Lloyd & Laing, Jennifer
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The Roman fort at Bertha, the 1973 excavation (pp 195-204)
Adamson, Helen C & Gallagher, D B
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The construction of the Antonine Wall [involvement of auxiliaries] (pp 191-3)
Mann, J C
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Excavations at Kintore Roman temporary camp, 1984 [ditch, field oven, no dating evidence] (pp 205-9)
Shepherd, Alexandra N, with W E Boyd & D J Breeze
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Kilconquhar Loch, Fife: an historical and palynological investigation (pp 413-28)
Whittington, G & Jarvis, J
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Lavacroon, Orphir, Orkney (pp 285-300)
Batey, Colleen E, with Freeman, Claudine
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A late Celtic enamelled mount from Galson, Isle of Lewis (pp 281-4)
Graham-Campbell, James
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Another part of a Pictish symbol stone from Little Ferry Links, Golspie, Sutherland [Class I crescent and V-rod] (pp 573-7)
Harden, Gillian
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The declining Pictish symbol - a reappraisal (pp 223-53)
Murray, Gordon
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Reconnaissance excavations on early historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974-84:1, excavations near St Abb's Head, Berwickshire, 1980 (pp 255-79)
Alcock, Leslie, Alcock, Elizabeth A & Foster, Sally M
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Excavations at Clatchard Craig, Fife (pp 117-84)
Close-Brooks, Joanna et al
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Early church architecture in Scotland (pp 393-411)
Fernie, Eric
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Four Scottish crosiers and their relation to the Irish tradition (pp 375-92)
Michelli, Perette E
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The chapel and enclosure on the Brough of Deerness, Orkney: survey and excavations, 1975-1977 (pp 301-74)
Morris, Christopher & Emery Norman et al
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Excavation at Lochleven Castle, 1982 (pp 577-81)
Lewis, John R
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A note on some hangers possibly of Scottish origin [17th century] (pp 581-2)
Norman, A V B
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'The biging on Allertown': a reconstruction of an 18th-century farmhouse and steading in Cromarty [from inventory etc] (pp 455-72)
Slade, Gordon H
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Deserted farms and shealings in the Braemar area of Deeside, Grampian Region (pp 447-53)
Smith, J S
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The De Wet Apostle paintings in the chapel at Glamis Castle (pp 429-45)
Guilding, Ruth A
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Funeral heraldry in Scotland with particlar reference to hatchments (pp 473-559)
Burnett, Charles J
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microfiche (pp 279)
Alcock et al
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microfiche (pp 300)
Batey , CE
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microfiche (pp 184)
Close-Brooks et al
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microfiche (pp 88)
Cowie et al
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microfiche (pp 373)
Morris et al
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microfiche (pp 374)
Morris et al
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microfiche (pp 372)
Morris et al
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microfiche (pp 209)
Shepherd et al
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microfiche (pp 453)
Smith, JS
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Lecture summaries (pp 583-92)
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Meetings of the Society (pp 593-600)
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Index (pp 601-7)
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