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Volume 53 (1918-19) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-14)
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Discovery of (1) a Short Cist containing Human Remains and a Bronze Armlet, and (2) a Cup-marked Stone, at Williamston, St Martins, Perthshire. (pp 15-24)
Callander, J Graham
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Communal Mortars in the Province of Cordoba (Argentine Republic). (pp 24-8)
Gardner, G A
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Old Parliament Hall, Edinburgh : Statues of Justice and Mercy. (pp 30-3)
Ross, Thomas'
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The Doune of Invernochty. (pp 34-45)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Note on a Pottery Mask and Sherds of Mediaeval Pottery found at the Bass of Inverurie, with some particulars of the Bass. (pp 46-50)
Curle, Alexander O
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Note on the 'Household Plenishings belonging to the deceist Andro Hog, Writer to the Signet, publicklie rouped and sold upon the 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th Days of Octr., 1691 Yeares.' (pp 52-63)
Scott-Moncrieff, R
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Notes on some Stone Circles in the South of Aberdeenshire and North of Kincardineshire. (pp 64-75)
Ritchie, James
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A Survey of the Ancient Monuments of Skipness. (pp 76-118)
Graham, Angus
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Excavation of the Forts of Castlehill, Aitnock, and Coalhill, Ayrshire. (pp 123-34)
Smith, John
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Notes on the Roman Remains at Grassy Walls and Bertha, near Perth. (pp 137-52)
Callander, J Graham
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The Seven Seals of Lanark. (pp 153-9)
Reid, Thomas
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Further Notes on Ancient Wooden Traps : the so-called Otter and Beaver Traps. (pp 162-7)
Munro, Robert & Gillespie, Patrick
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The Minor Society of Scottish Antiquaries. (pp 168-74)
MacDonald, George
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The Cairns in Cromar, Aberdeenshire. (pp 175-9)
Ogston, Alexander
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Some Further Early Orkney Armorials. (pp 180-95)
Clouston, J Storer
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The Hartlepool Tombstones, and the Relations between Celtic and Teutonic Art in the Early Christian Period. (pp 195-228)
Brown, G Baldwin
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Index (pp 229-39)
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