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Volume 38 (1903-04) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-16)
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On the Cairns and Tumuli of the Island of Bute. A Record of Explorations during the Season of 1903. (pp 17-81)
Bryce, Thomas H
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Excavations made on the Estate of Meikleour, Perthshire, in May 1903. (pp 82-96)
Abercromby, John
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Excavation of Three Long Cists at Gladhouse Reservoir, Midlothian. (pp 96-8)
Abercromby, John
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Exploration of Circular Enclosures and an Underground House near Dinnet, on Deeside, Aberdeenshire. (pp 102-22)
Abercromby, John
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On the Standing Stones and Cup-marked Rocks, etc., in the Valley of the Add and some neighbouring Districts of Argyle. (pp 123-48)
Christison, David
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Tempera-Painting in Scotland during the Early Part of the Seventeenth Century. (pp 151-73)
Lyons, Andrew W
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Notes on certain Structures of Archaic Type in the Island of Lewis - Beehive Houses, Duns, and Stone Circles. (pp 173-204)
Mackenzie, W M
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The Forts of Kilmartin, Kilmichael Glassary, and North Knapdale, Argyle. (pp 205-51)
Christison, David
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Report on Stone Circles of the North-East of Scotland - the Buchan District - with measured Plans and Drawings, obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 256-305)
Coles, Fred. R
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Glencorse Old Church and Churchyard. (pp 305-23)
Reid, Alan
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A Proposed Chronological Arrangement of the Drinking-Cup or Beaker Class of Fictilia in Britain. (pp 323-410)
Abercromby, John
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Notes (1) on Three Carved Norman Capitals from Hobkirk, on Rulewater, Roxburghshire; (2) Description of the Remains of a Wayside Cross at Harwood in Hobkirk Parish. (pp 416-21)
Curle, A O
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Notice of Undescribed Hog-backed Monuments at Abercorn and Kirknewton. (pp 422-7)
Ross, Thos.
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Notice of the Discovery of a Cist of the Early Iron Age on the Estate of Moredun, near Gilmerton. (pp 427-38)
Bryce, T H
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Report on Human Remains found within a Cist at Moredun, Midlothian. (pp 439-45)
Bryce, T H
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Traces of the Cultus of St Fergus in Scotland. (pp 445-53)
Mackinlay, J M
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On Julius Verus, a Roman Governor of Britain. (pp 454-9)
Haverfield, F
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Note on a Late Celtic Armlet of Bronze, now presented to the National Museum; with Notes on the Identification of Two other Late Celtic Armlets in the Museum, and on a massive Bronze Armlet recently found in Sutherlandshire. (pp 460-7)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of Ecclesiastical Music found in the Burgh Charter-room of Dundee. (pp 476-86)
Millar, A H
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Notice of a Stone Mould for Casting Flat Bronze Axes and Bars found in the Parish of Insch, Aberdeenshire; with Notes on the occurrence of Flat Axe Moulds in Europe. (pp 487-505)
Callander, J Graham
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Notes (1) on Two Tribula or Threshing-Sledges, having their under surfaces studded with rows of chipped flints, for threshing corn on a threshing-floor, from Cavalla in European Turkey, now presented to the Museum; and (2) on Primitive Implements and Weapons made of Flakes of Flint or other Stone set in Wood or other substances. (pp 506-19)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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An Account of the Aberach-Mackay Banner, now exhibited in the National Museum. (pp 520-33)
Mackay, Rev. A
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Notice of a Sculptured Stone with Ogham Inscription, from Latheron, presented to the National Museum by Sir Francis Tress Barry, Bart., M.P. Hon. F.S.A. Scot., Keiss Castle, Caithness; and of Two Sculptured Stones, recently discovered by Rev. D. Macrae, B.D., at Edderton, Ross-shire. (pp 534-41)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notice of the Discovery of the Remains of an Earth-house at Barnhill, Perth. (pp 541-7)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notes on Primitive Stone Structures of the Beehive Type, discovered by R.C. Haldane, Esq., in the North of Shetland. (pp 548-58)
Munro, Robert & Abercromby, John
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Notice of some Ancient Burials in Orkney. (pp 559-66)
Charleson, M M
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Index (pp 567-605)
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