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Volume 57 (1922-23) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-17)
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Two Celtic Crosses from The Machars, Wigtownshire. (pp 17-9)
Anderson, Rev. R S G
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Stone Circles at Raedykes, near Stonehaven, Kincardineshire. (pp 20-8)
Ritchie, James
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The Development of Caerlaverock Castle. (pp 29-40)
Watson, G P H
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The Pigments used in Painting 'The Rosslyn Missal' in the Advocates' Library, and the Celtic Psalter, D.p.111,8, in the Library of the Univberrsity of Edinburgh. (pp 41-5)
Laurie, Principal (Heriot-Watt College)
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On the Method employed in using the So-called 'Otter or Beaver Traps.' (pp 48-54)
Graham-Smith, G S
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Report on the Excavation of (1) A Long Segmented Chambered Cairn, (2) A Bronze Age Cairn, and (3) A Hut-Circle, in the Parish of Minnigaff, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. (pp 55-74)
Edwards, Arthur J H
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The Royal Castle of Kindrochit in Mar. (pp 75-97)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Discoveries in North-Western Wigtownshire : Cinerary and Incense-Cup Urns and Perforated Axe-Hammer; Mould for Bronze-Winged Chisel; Whetstone for Stone Axes; Cup-marked Rocks and Boulder; Apron of Moss Fibres. (pp 98-107)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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The Lee Penny. (pp 112-9)
Reid, Thomas
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Note on a Hoard of Coins found at Auchenbart, in the Parish of Galston, Aryshire. (pp 120-2)
MacDonald, George
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Scottish Bronze Age Hoards. (With Supplementary Note on p.320) (pp 123-66)
Callander, J Graham
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An Old Chapmen's Standard Yard Measure from Ceres, Fife. (pp 167-70)
Anderson, James L
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A Roman Inscription found at Jedburgh, and some Roman Sculptures recently presented to the National Museum. (pp 173-80)
MacDonald, George
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Account of the Excavations on Traprain Law during the Summer of 1922. (pp 180-226)
Cree, James E
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Notes on Stuart Jewellery. (pp 226-41)
Sharp, Andrew
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Report on a Bronze Age Grave and Two Others discovered last year at Camelon, Stirlingshire. With a Note on the Relics found. (pp 243-50)
Buchanan, Mungo & Callander, J Graham
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Celtic Place-names in Orkney. (pp 251-65)
Marwick, Hugh
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Skipness Castle. (pp 266-87)
Graham, Angus & Collingwood, R G
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Notes on the Duirinish Communion Cups. (pp 288-93)
MacLeod, Fred. T
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Bronze Age Short Cists near Dunfermline, Fife. With a Report on the Bones found. (pp 299-302)
Callander, J Graham & Bryce, Thomas H
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The Deuchny Hill Fort - The Chalmers-Jervise Prize Essay. (pp 303-7)
Watson, R R Boog
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Norse Heraldry in Orkney. (pp 307-13)
Clouston, J Storer
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Bronze Age Gold Ornaments found in Arran and Wigtownshire, with Suggestions as to their Method of Use. (pp 314-20)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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Supplementary Note to Scottish Bronze Age Hoards, pp 123-66. (pp 320)
Callander, J Graham
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Index (pp 321-50)
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