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Volume 117 (1987) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Obituaries (pp 1-6)
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The past in a foreign country (pp 7-16)
Fowler, P J
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Mesolithic occupation at Castlehill of Strachan, Kincardine and Deeside (pp 353)
Dalwood, C H
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A discoidal flint knife from near Huntly, Aberdeenshire (pp 354-5)
Wickham-Jones, Caroline
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Two beaker burials from Keabog, Pitdrichie, near Drumlithie, Kincardine and Deeside (pp 33-40)
Shepherd, Ian A G & Bruce, Margaret F
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A cist from Kentraw, Islay (pp 41-5)
Ritchie, J N Graham
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English migrants in the Hebrides: 'Atlantic Second B' revisited (pp 47-66)
Lane, Alan
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Typology and chronology in the later prehistoric pottery assemblages of the Western Isles (pp 67-84)
Topping, Patrick G
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Ptolemy, Tacitus and the tribes of north Britain (pp 85-91)
Mann, John C & Breeze, David J
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The eastern terminus of the Antonine Wall: a review (pp 93-104)
Bailey, G B & Devereux, D F
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Flax-growing in Orkney from the Norse period to the 18th century (pp 175-81)
Bond, J M & Hunter, J R
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A cross-marked quern from Dunadd and other evidence for relations between Dunadd and Iona (pp 105-17)
Campbell, Ewan
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Reconnaissance excavations on early historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974-84: 2, Excavations at Dunollie Castle, Oban, Argyll, 1978 (pp 119-47)
Alcock, Leslie & Elizabeth A
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A Viking burial from Kneep, Uig, Isle of Lewis (pp 149-74)
Welander, Richard, Batey, Colleen & Cowie, Trevor
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Iona: a view from Ireland (pp 17-22)
Hamlin, Ann
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Re-discovering a landscape: the barrow and motte in north Ayrshire (pp 23-32)
Linge, John
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Old harbours in northern and western Scotland (pp 265-352)
Graham, Angus & Gordon, Joanna
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An 18th-century pirlie pig from Aberdeen [round pottery moneybox] (pp 355-6)
Evans, D H
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Notice of two clay pipes from an Edinburgh firm (pp 356-8)
Harman, Mary
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The ancient sundials of Scotland (pp 233-64)
Somerville, Andrew
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Hoddom Castle: a reappraisal of its architecture and place in history (pp 183-217)
Maxwell-Irving, A M T
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The Scottish itinerary of Mary Queen of Scots, 1542-8 and 1561-8 (pp 219-31)
Furgol, Edward M
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microfiche (pp 147)
Alcock et al
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microfiche (pp 231)
Furgol, EM
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microfiche (pp 45)
Ritchie, JNG
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microfiche (pp 40)
Shepherd et al
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microfiche (pp 264)
Somerville, A
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Lecture summaries (pp 359-66)
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Meetings of the Society (pp 367-74)
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Index (pp 375-80)
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