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Volume 129 (1999) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meldon Bridge: a centre of the third millennium BC in Peeblesshire. (pp 1-118)
Speak, Stephen & Burgess, Colin
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St Kilda: quarries, fields and prehistoric agriculture. (pp 119-59)
Fleming, Andrew & Edmonds, Mark
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An early metal assemblage from Dail na Caraidh, Inverness-shire, and its context. (pp 161-87)
Barrett, John C & Gourlay, Robert B
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Excavation of a cist burial on Doons Law, Leetside Farm, Whitsome, Berwickshire. (pp 189-201)
Clarke, Ciara M & Hamilton, Jamie E
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Food for thought: a survey of burnt mounds of Shetland and excavations at Tangwick. (pp 203-37)
Moore, Hazel & Wilson, Graeme
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A later prehistoric settlement at Balloan Park, Inverness. (pp 239-49)
Wordsworth, Jonathan
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Excavation of two cairns, a cist and associated features at Sanaigmhor Warren, Islay, Argyll and Bute. (pp 251-79)
Cook, Murray
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An Atlantic roundhouse at Durcha, Sutherland. (pp 281-302)
Dunwell, Andrew
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Edin's Hall fort, broch and settlement, Berwickshire (Scottish Borders): recent fieldwork and new perceptions. (pp 303-57)
Dunwell, Andrew
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Excavation of an Iron Age timber structure beside the Candle Stane recumbent stone circle, Aberdeenshire. (pp 359-72)
Cameron, Kirsty
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Evidence for extramural settlement north of the Roman fort at Newstead (Trimontium), Roxburghshire. (pp 373-91)
Clarke, Simon & Wise, Alicia
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Further engraved gemstones from Newstead (Trimontium), Roxburghshire. (pp 393-8)
Elliot, J Walter & Henig, Martin
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The Twentieth Legion and the history of the Antonine Wall reconsidered. (pp 399-480)
Swan, Vivien G
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Excavations directed by J D Leach and J J Wilkes on the site of a Roman fortress at Carpow, Perthshire, 1964-79. (pp 481-575)
Dore, J N & Wilkes, J J
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The abandonment of souterrains: evolution, catastrophe or dislocation? (pp 577-96)
Armit, Ian
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A missing figure on slab fragment no 2 from Monifieth, Angus, the a'Chill Cross, Canna, and some implications of the development of a variant form of the Virgin's hairstyle and dress in early medieval Scotland. (pp 597-647)
Trench-Jellicoe, Ross
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The burgh of Inverurie, Aberdeenshire: archaeological evidence from a medieval lordship. (pp 649-61)
Carter, Stephen P
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The sigillography of the Ragman Roll. (pp 663-752)
McAndrew, Bruce A
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Excavations of a medieval cemetery at Skaill House, and a cist in the Bay of Skaill, Sandwick, Orkney. (pp 753-77)
James, Heather F
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Dunfermline: from 'Saracen' castle to 'populous manufacturing royal burrow'. (pp 779-815)
Perry, David
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Ornamental structures in the medieval gardens of Scotland. (pp 817-39)
Cooper, Scott
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Post-medieval spindle whorls in the Northern Isles: examples made with reworked potsherds. (pp 841-6)
Melton, Nigel D
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A previously undescribed Scottish communion token from Keithall, Aberdeenshire. (pp 847-9)
Bertie, David M
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Longboats in history: West Highland evidence. (pp 851-60)
Cheape, Hugh
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The Scottish Mint after the recoinage, 1709-1836. (pp 861-86)
Murray, Athol L
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A Romantic folly to Romantic folly: the Glenfinnan Monument reassessed. (pp 887-907)
Cameron, Neil
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Lecture summaries (pp 909-14)
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Meetings of the Society (pp 915-32)
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Notes for Contributors (pp 933-6)
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Index (pp 937-49)
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