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Volume 36 (1901-02) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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Jubilee Address: The Pre-History of the Scottish Area - Fifty years' Work of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. (pp 11-65)
Mitchell, Arthur
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On the Cairns of Arran - A Record of Explorations with an Anatomical Description of the Human Remains discovered. (pp 74-181)
Bryce, Thomas H
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Account of the Excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1901:- (I) History of the Site, and Description of the Excavations. (pp 182-203)
Abercromby, J
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Account of the Excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1901:- (II) Description of the Plans. (pp 203-36)
Ross, Thomas
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Account of the Excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1901:- (III) Notice of the Pottery, Bronze, and other Articles found in the Excavation of the Roman Camp at Inchtuthil. (pp 236-42)
Anderson, Joseph
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Douglas, Percy, and the Cavers Ensign. (pp 246-80)
Southesk, the Right Hon The Earl of
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The Carvings and Inscriptions on the Kirkyard Monuments of the Scottish Lowlands; particularly in Perth, Fife, Angus, Mearns, and Lothian. (pp 280-457)
Christison, D
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Notes on a Set of Five Jet Buttons found on a hill in Forfarshire. (pp 464-87)
Munro, Robert
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Report on Stone Circles in Aberdeenshire (Inverurie, Eastern Parishes, and Insch Districts), with measured Plans and Drawings, obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 488-581)
Coles, Fred. R
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Note on a Single-piece Wooden Vessel found in a Peat-moss on Torr Righ Hill, Shiskin, Arran. (pp 582-3)
Murray, Patrick
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Note on the Finding of an Urn, Jet Necklace, Stone Axe, and other Associated Objects, in Wigtownshire. (pp 584-9)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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Notes on Sculptured Stones with Chariots, in the neighbourhood of Auchterarder, and in Perth Museum, and of a Sculptured Monument recently found near Camelon, and now in the National Museum. (pp 597-610)
Ross, Thomas
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Note on a Stone-built Fort overlooking Borgadail Glen, near the Mull of Kintyre. (pp 611-3)
Fleming, John
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Notices of an Ancient Fort and a Stone Circle at Wester Torrie, near Callander, Perthshire. (pp 614-20)
Christison, David
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Notice of the Excavation of the Camp or Earthwork at Rispain in Wigtownshire. (pp 621-6)
Barbour, James
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Note on a Cist and Urn found at Glasterberry, near Peterculter, Aberdeenshire. (pp 627-8)
Eeles, F C
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Notice of the Exploration of a Cairn of the Bronze Age at Greenhill, in the Parish of Balmerino, Fifeshire. (pp 635-53)
Hutcheson, Alex
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Prehistoric Remains near Gullane. (pp 654-8)
Richardson, James T
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The 'King's Cellar' at Limekilns. (pp 658-65)
Reid, Alan
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Notices of Sepulchral Slabs at Kilmore and Kilianan, Glen Urquhart, Inverness-shire. (pp 665-8)
Grant, Angus
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Note on a Hoard of Coins of the Edwards found at Kinghornie, Stonehaven. (pp 668-70)
MacDonald, Geo.
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Notice of the Discovery of Cists containing Urns at Succoth Place, near Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh. (pp 670-4)
Coles, F R
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Notices of Cists discovered in a Cairn at Cairnhill, parish of Monquhitter, Aberdeenshire, and at Doune, Perthshire. (pp 675-88)
Anderson, Joseph
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The Heraldry in some of the old Churchyards between Tain and Inverness. (pp 688-732)
MacDonald, W Rae
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Notice of a Chambered Cairn at Kewing Hill, in the Parish of Firth, Orkney. With a Description of the Human Remains. (pp 733-8)
Charleson, M M & Turner, William
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Index (pp 739-75)
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