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Volume 121 (1991) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Obituary - George Jobey (pp 1-3)
Macinnes, Lesley
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Collections, information and computers in the National Museums of Scotland (pp 5-16)
Burnett, John
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Capo, Kincardineshire: investigation of a Second World War bomb crater (pp 437-42)
Tavener, Nick
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Disease in Scotland's past: the evidence from the bones [summary of lecture] (pp 446-7)
Cross, Juliet
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Scottish place-names: signposts to the past [summary of lecture] (pp 447-8)
Nicolaisen, W H F
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Conventual seal of the Dominican Friary at Edinburgh (pp 331-3)
Smith, D M
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Excavation of a cairn at Wind Hamars, Outnabreck Hill, Scalloway, Shetland (pp 45-9)
Hamilton, Jamie
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Muirtown, Inverness: preliminary investigation of a shell midden (pp 17-25)
Myers, A M & Gourlay, Robert
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New light on Neolithic rock carving: the petroglyphs at Greenland, Dunbartonshire (pp 450-1)
Mackie, Euan W
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The Neolithic settlement of Eilean Domhnuill, Loch Olabhat, North Uist (pp 444-5)
Armit, Ian
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Excavations at Skara Brae and Rinyo: research and redemption (pp 452-4)
Richards, Colin
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Excavation of a Neolithic long mortuary enclosure within the Roman legionary fortress at Inchtuthil, Perthshire (pp 27-44)
Barclay, G J & Maxwell, G S
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Machrie Moor, Arran: recent excavations at two stone circles (pp 51-94)
Haggerty, Alison
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Bronze Age burials at Gairneybank, Kinross-shire (pp 95-109)
Cowie, Trevor & Ritchie, Graham
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A short cist at Grainfoot, Longniddry, East Lothian (pp 111-5)
Dalland, Magnar
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The Atlantic Scottish Iron Age: five levels of chronology (pp 181-214)
Armit, Ian
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Excavations of a wheelhouse and other Iron Age structures at Sollas, North Uist, by R J C Atkinson in 1957 (pp 117-73)
Campbell, Ewan
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Burials at Winton House, Cockenzie and Port Seton, East Lothian (pp 175-80)
Dalland, Magnar
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Two Early Historic bog butter containers (pp 231-40)
Earwood, Caroline
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Newstead: the buildings in the western annexe (pp 215-22)
Black, E W
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Q Lollius Urbicus and A Claudius Charax, Antonine commanders in Britain (pp 227-30)
Breeze, David J
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The Norse, the Northern Isles and the North Atlantic: connections and context (pp 449-50)
Morris, Christopher D
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Norrie's Law, Fife: on the nature and dating of the silver hoard (pp 241-60)
Graham-Campbell, James
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The sources of early Medieval animal ornament in the British Isles (pp 448)
Hicks, Carola
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The Northumbrian settlements in Galloway and Carrick: an historical assessment (pp 295-327)
Brooke, Daphne
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Sprouston, Roxburghshire: an early Anglian centre of the eastern Tweed Basin (pp 261-94)
Smith, Ian M
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A silver pendant cross from Dumbarton Castle (pp 329-30)
Caldwell, David H
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Tantallon Castle, East Lothian: a catalogue of the finds (pp 335-57)
Caldwell, David H
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Firing quill from the Duke of Cumberland's Bastion, Fort George (pp 423-5)
Hume, J R
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David Hume's Tomb: a Roman mausoleum by Robert Adam (pp 391-422)
Brown, Ian Gordon
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The excavations of the Baroque palace and gardens of the Earls of Mar at Alloa (pp 443-4)
Bailey, Alison Shephard
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The House of Pitsligo (pp 369-90)
McKean, Charles
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The fortifications and siege of Leith: a further study of the map of the siege in 1560 (pp 359-68)
Harris, Stuart
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Animal footprints on Roman bricks from Newstead (pp 223-6)
Elliott, Walter
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Thomas Hadden: architectural metalworker (pp 427-35)
Wright, Elizabeth F
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Campbell, E
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Campbell, E
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Campbell, E
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microfiche (pp 109)
Cowie et al
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microfiche (pp 115)
Dalland, M
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microfiche (pp 180)
Dalland, M
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microfiche (pp 94)
Haggerty, A
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Index (pp 489-98)
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