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Volume 132 (2002) - Table of Contents


Prelims
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The foremost figure in all matters relating to Scottish archaeology': aspects of the work of Joseph Anderson (1832 - 1916). (pp 1-18)
D. V. Clarke
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James Curle (1862-1944) and Alexander Ormiston Curle (1866-1955): pillars of the establishment. (pp 19-41)
N. J. Graham Ritchie
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Ludovic McLellan Mann (1869-1955: 'the eminent archaeologist' (pp 43-64)
N. J. Graham Ritchie
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Claish, Stirling: an Early Neolithic structure in its contexts. (pp 65-137)
Gordon J. Barclay et al.
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Excavation of a Neolithic occupation site at Chepelfield, Cowie, Stirling. (pp 139-192)
John A. Atkinson
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An Early Bronze Age short-cist burial at Abbey Mains Farm, Haddington, East Lothian. (pp 193-204)
John A. Lawson et al.
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An Iron Age child burial at Dunbar Golf Course, East Lothian (pp 205-212)
Louise Baker
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Late prehistoric settlement, Berryhill, Aberdeenshire. (pp 213-227)
Hilary Murray
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Excavation of a burnt mound and associated structures at Ceann nan Clachan, North Uist. (pp 229-258)
Ian Armit and Alan Braby
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Some excavations on the line of the Antonine Wall, 1994-2001. (pp 259-304)
Andrew Dunwell et al.
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Philology on Tacitus's Graupian Hill and Trucculan Harbour. (pp 305-311)
Andrew Breeze.
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A first millennium AD cemetery, rectangular Bronze Age structure and late prehistoric settlement at Thornybank, Midlothian. (pp 313-355)
Alastair R. Rees
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Rgeged: an Early Historic Kingdom near the Solway. (pp 357-381)
Mike McCarthy
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The medieval development of South Leith and the creation of Rotten Row. (pp 383-423)
Simon Stronach
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Excavation of two ditches and a medieval grain-drying kiln, Inverness, Highland. (pp 425-437)
Clare Ellis
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The Pottery at Throsk, Stirlingshire c 1600-c 1800: context, links, survival (pp 459-473)
John G. Harrison
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Highland rural settlement studies: a critical history. (pp 475-497)
Chris Dalglish
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Sir William Bruce: 'the chief introducer of Architecture in this country'. (pp 499-519)
Aonghus MacKechnie
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A group of cache balls from St Andrews. (pp 521-528)
Ian Carradice
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The linen weavers of Drumsheugh and the linen damask tablecloth woven to commemorate the visit of George IV to Scotland in 1822. (pp 529-553)
Vanessa Habib and Helen Clark
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Lecture Summaries 2001 - 2002. (pp 555-560)
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Meetings of the Society 2001-2002 (pp 561-577)
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Index (pp 579-589)
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Prelims (pp 439-458)
Virginia Glenn
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