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Volume 62 (1927-28) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-22)
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A Beaker from a Short cist in a Long Cairn at Kilmarie, Skye. (pp 22-6)
Callander, J Graham
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The Armorial Tombstone of Lady Jonet Ker at Restalrig, 1596. (pp 27-35)
Douglas, William
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A New Survey of Kildrummy Castle. (pp 36-80)
Simpson, W. Douglas
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Ecclesiastical Remains in the Neighbourhood of Luss, with Notes on some Unrecorded Crosses and Hog-backed Stones. (pp 85-106)
Lacaille, A D
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On Certain Terrace Formations in the South of Scotland and on the English Side of the Border. (pp 107-20)
Eckford, R
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Notes on some Relics from Orkney exhibited before the Society. (pp 121-2)
Marwick, James G
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The Antiquities of the St Kilda Group of Islands. (pp 123-32)
Mathieson, John
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Notes on Scottish Bronze Rapiers, on an Incense-cup from Kirkcudbrightshire, and a Bronze Chisel from Dumfriesshire. (pp 138-52)
Corrie, J M
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An Instance of 'Looking-glass Writing' in the Signatures of a Scottish charter in 1602, and a Consequent Discharge and Renunciation in 1605. (pp 152-4)
Loney, John W M
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An Underground Building at Dale, Harray, Orkney. (pp 155-61)
Kirkness, William
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The Treasure of Traprain - The Inscription on the Flask. (pp 162-3)
Curle, Alexander O
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A Collection of Stone and Flint Implements from Airhouse, Parish of Channelkirk, Berwickshire. (pp 166-80)
Callander, J Graham
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The Plenishing of Holyrood House in 1714. (pp 181-96)
Steuart, A Francis
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Fragments of Altar Retables of Late Mediaeval Date in Scotland. (pp 197-224)
Richardson, James S
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Notices of a Bronze Axe and a Fragment of a Tanged Dagger found near Gullane, East Lothian, and of a Food-vessel from Cadder, Lanarkshire. (pp 229-31)
Cree, James E
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The Castles of Ravensnook and Uttershill, Midlothian. (pp 232-9)
Hannah, Ian C
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Notes on a Vitrified Fort at 'An-Cnap,' Sannox, Arran, and Vitrified Stones at Mid Sannox, Arran, and at Pennymore, Furnace, Loch Fyne. (pp 239-45)
Paton, Victor A Noel
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A Roman Bronze Patera from Berwickshire, with Notes on Similar Finds in Scotland. (pp 246-54)
Bosanquet, R C
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Cinerary Urns from Hunterston and Seamill, West Kilbride, Ayrshire, and a Short cist at Phantassie, East Lothian. (pp 260-3)
Edwards, Arthur J H
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Cist Burials in Holm, Orkney. (pp 263-8)
Marwick, Hugh
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Notes on the Lands and Manor House of Gorgie, Edinburgh. (pp 268-80)
Smith, John
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Index (pp 281-304)
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