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Volume 134 (2004) - Table of Contents


Prelims
PDF 185 Kb
Obituary (pp 1-2)
Elizabeth J E Pirie
PDF 57 Kb
Hidden depths: thirty years of archaeology in Scottish towns (pp 7-15)
Lisbeth M Thoms
PDF 71 Kb
Developer-funded fieldwork in Scotland, 1990-2003:an overview of the prehistoric evidence (pp 17-51)
Tim Phillips
PDF 696 Kb
Arable agriculture in prehistory: new evidence from soils in the Northern Isles (pp 53-64)
E B A Guttmann
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Excavations at Kaimes Hill, Ratho, City of Edinburgh, 1964 -72 (pp 65-118)
D D A Simpson
PDF 75 Mb
Rerigonium: a lost 'city' of the Novantae (pp 119-129)
Mike McCarthy
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Howe Mire: excavations across the cropmark complexat Inveresk, Musselburgh, East Lothian (pp 131-160)
Murray Cook
PDF 21 Mb
The Cinderella Service: the Ordnance Survey and the mapping of the Antonine Wall (pp 161-171)
John Linge
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A reconsideration of the origins of early Insular monumental lettering of the mixed alphabet type: the case of the 'Lapis Echodi' inscription on Iona (pp 173-181)
G Charles-Edwards
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Excavating a parchmenerie : archaeological correlates of making parchment at the Pictish monastery at Portmahomack, Easter Ross (pp 183-200)
Martin Carver
PDF 22 Mb
' Danes . . . in this Country': discovering the Vikingsin Scotland (pp 201-239)
James Graham-Campbell
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The evidence of finds for the circulation and use of coins in medieval Scotland (pp 241-280)
N M McQ Holmes
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The archaeology of burgage plots in Scottish medieval towns: a review (pp 281-323)
Russel Coleman
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Three excavations in medieval Dumbarton: 94-102 and 101-3 High Street and 75 College Street (pp 325-370)
Russel Coleman
PDF 50 Mb
Excavation at Newbattle Abbey College Annexe, Dalkeith, Midlothian (pp 371-401)
John Gooder
PDF 19 Mb
St Bride's, Douglas - A family mausoleum (pp 403-421)
Mary Markus
PDF 26 Mb
Excavations in the Laird's Hall, Drum Castle, Aberdeenshire (pp 423-456)
Moira K Greig
PDF 31 Mb
The material culture of recusancy at Fetternear:kin and religion in post-Reformation Scotland (pp 457-470)
Penelope Dransart
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Patrick Ruthven, Alchemist and Physician (pp 471-490)
R Ian McCallum
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A possible 17th-century Scottish merchants' booth at Eastshore, Dunrossness, Shetland (pp 491-497)
Nigel D Melton
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Asia in 18th-century Edinburgh institutions:seen or unseen? (pp 499-556)
Beatrice Teissier
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A pair of presentation curling stones - Abercairney 1864 (pp 557-562)
David B Smith
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Lecture Summaries 2003-2004 (pp 563-574)
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Meetings of the Society 2003-2004 (pp 575-591)
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Index (pp 593-607)
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