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Volume 13 (1878-79) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-27)
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Dunadd, Glassary, Argyllshire; the Place of Inauguration of the Dalriadic Kings. (pp 28-47)
Thomas, F W L
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Notices of a Mortar and Lion-figure of Brass dug up in Bell Street, Glasgow, and of six Lion-shaped Ewers of Brass (the Manilia of the Middle Ages), exhibited to the Meeting. (pp 48-66)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of a Bronze Penannular Brooch from the Island of Mull. (pp 67-72)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of the Remains of the Great Auk, or Gare-fowl (Alca Impennis, Linn.), found in Caithness; with Notes of its Occurrence in Scotland and of its Early History. (pp 76-105)
Smith, John Alexander
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Notice of a Collection of Stone Implements from Patagonia. (pp 105-7)
Sturrock, John
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Notice of a small Cemetery, containing Deposits of Cinerary Urns and Burnt Bones, on the Estate of Balbirnie, in Fife; and of a similar Cemetery, also containing Deposits of Urns and Burnt Bones, at Sheriff-flats, Lanarkshire; with Notes on the Classification of the Different Varieties of Urns found in Scotland. (pp 107-24)
Anderson, Joseph
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Glencorse and its Old Buildings. (pp 129-36)
Kerr, Andrew
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On Rune-Inscribed Relics of the Norsemen in Shetland. (pp 136-64)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notes on the Old Church and Cemetery of Airth, Stirlingshire. (pp 165-70)
Armstrong, Robert Bruce
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Notice of the Excavation of a Crannog at Lochlee, Tarbolton, Ayrshire. With Reports on the Fauna of the Crannog. On the Flora of the Crannog, and on the Analysis of Crystals. (pp 175-252)
Munro, Robert et.al.
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Notice of the Excavation and Contents of Ancient Graves at Dalmore, Alness, Ross-shire. With Notes on the Crania. (pp 252-64)
Jolly, William & Aitken, Thomas
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Notes (1) on Smoothing Stones now presented to the Museum, (2) on Cure Stones, and (3) on an Adze of Shell. (pp 279-86)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of an Ancient Scottish Lectern of Brass, now in the Parish Church of St Stephen's, St Albans, Hertfordshire. (Plate III) (pp 287-302)
Galloway, William
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Notes on Stone Cists and an Ancient Kitchen Midden near Dundee. (pp 303-7)
Mathewson, Allan
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Notice of a Sculptured Stone in the Churchyard at Tullibole, Kinross-shire. (pp 316-20)
Galloway, William
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Notice of a Remarkable Find of Bronze Swords and other Bronze Articles in Edinburgh; with Notes on Bronze Swords found in Scotland. (pp 320-33)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes on two Stone Hammers exhibited to the Meeting. (pp 334-6)
Duns, Professor
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Notice of the Discovery of an Old Canoe in a Peat-Bog at Oban. (pp 336-8)
Mapleton, Rev. R J
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Note on some Excavations in a Rock Shelter on the Ayrshire Coast. With a Report on the Osseous Remains from the Rock Shelter. (pp 348-60)
Patrick, R W Cochran & Cleland, John
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Notice of the Skull of a Large Bear (Ursus arctos, Linn.) found in a Moss in Dumfriesshire. With Remarks on Recorded References to the Presence of the Bear in former times in Scotland. (pp 360-76)
Smith, John Alexander
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Index (pp 377-387)
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