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Volume 135 (2005) - Table of Contents

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Obituary. J N Graham Ritchie (pp 001-004)
John Ellis
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A programme for wetland archaeology in Scotland in the 21st century (pp 005-017)
Anne Crone and Ciara Clarke
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The gardens of Glamis: an aerial view (pp 019-039)
Merilyn M Brown
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Redcastle, Lunan Bay, Angus: the excavation of an Iron Age timber-lined souterrain and a Pictish barrow cemetery (pp 041-118)
Derek Alexander
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The Cowie Line: a Second World War 'stop line' west of Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire (pp 119-161)
G J Barclay
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Excavation of Bookan chambered cairn, Sandwick, Orkney (pp 163-190)
Nick Card
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Bronze Age banks at the Black Crofts, North Connel, Argyll, a synthesis and re-assessment (pp 191-212)
Stephen Carter and Magnar Dalland
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Removal of the University of Glasgow toWoodlands Hill 1845-9 and Gilmorehill 1853-83 (pp 213-258)
David Grant
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Axminster carpet manufacture in Edinburgh in themid-18th century (pp 259-272)
Vanessa Habib
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What's cooking? New radiocarbon dates from the earliest phases of the Perth High Street excavations and the question of Perth's early medieval origin (pp 273-285)
Mark Hall, Derek Hall and Gordon Cook
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Improving the roads and bridges of the Stirling areac 1660-1706 (pp 287-307)
John G Harrison
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An anthropomorphic carving from Pictish Orkney (pp 309-318)
David Lawrence
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New light on Kelso Abbey: archaeological interventions on the Bridge Street Garage Site, 1996-8 (pp 319-342)
Christopher Lowe
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Archaeology and the Creag nan Uamh bone caves, Assynt, Highland (pp 343-369)
Alan Saville
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Excavations at an early medieval cemetery at Stromness, Orkney (pp 371-393)
Tim Stevens, Melissa Melikian and Sarah Jane Grieve
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The Anglian monastery and medieval priory of Coldingham: Urbs Coludi revisited (pp 395-422)
Simon Stronach
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Research in inscriptional palaeography (RIP). Tombstone lettering in Dumfries and Galloway (pp 423-442)
George Thomson
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The landscape context of the Antonine Wall: a review of the literature (pp 443-469)
Richard Tipping and Eileen Tisdall
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Bronze Age pastoral practices in the Clyde Valley: excavations at West Acres, Newton Mearns (pp 471-504)
Ronan Toolis
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A richly decorated cross-slab from Kilduncan House, Fife: description and analysis (pp 505-559)
Ross Trench-Jellicoe
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Annual Report for the year 2004 -2005 (pp 561-574)
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Notes and conditions for contributors preparing texts for submission, 2004 -2005 (pp 575-580)
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Index (pp 581-596)
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