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Volume 65 (1930-31) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-26)
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Final Report on the Operations at Skara Brae. With a Report on Selected Animal Bones and a Report on Human Remains. (pp 27-77)
Childe, V Gordon et. al.
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Notes on (1) Certain Prehistoric Relics from Orkney, and (2) Skara Brae: Its Culture and its Period. (pp 78-114)
Callander, J Graham
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Edzell Castle. (pp 115-73)
Simpson, W Douglas
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The Excavation of the Sculptor's Cave, Covesea, Morayshire. (pp 177-216)
Benton, Miss Sylvia
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The Bannatyne or Bute Mazer and its Carved Bone Cover. With Appendix: (1) Note on the Provenance of the Mazer; (2) Note on the Boss of the Mazer; (3) Zoological Note on the Whale Bone Cover of the Mazer; (4) Botanical Note on the Plant represented in the Carving on the Mazer Cover; (5) George Robertson's (erroneous) Account of the Shields on the Bowl. (pp 217-55)
Stevenson, J H et. al.
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A Bronze Age Cemetery near Cowdenbeath, Fife: (pp 261-9)
Lacaille, A D
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Further Excavations of Cairns at Poltalloch, Argyll. (pp 269-80)
Craw, J Hewat
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The Chambered Long Cairn at Kindrochat, near Comrie, Perthshire. (pp 281-93)
Childe, V Gordon
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An Underground Passage at Auchencass Castle, Dumfriesshire. (pp 294-7)
Younger, H J
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Excavation of an Earth-house at Foshigarry, and a Fort, Dun Thomaidh, in North Uist. With Notes on the Structures and the Relics found in them. (pp 299-357)
Beveridge, the late Erskine & Callander, J Graham
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An Underground Building at Midhouse, Orkney; Two Urns found at Lintlaw, Berwickshire; and the Excavation of a Cairn at Drumelzier, Peeblesshire. (pp 357-72)
Craw, J Hewat
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Note on Early Cross-slabs from the Faeroe Islands. (pp 373-8)
Kermode, P M C
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The Reconstruction of Braemar and Corgarff Castles, 1746. (pp 379-81)
Bulloch, John Malcolm
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Some Further Notes on the Traprain Law Treasure. (pp 386-8)
Curle, A O
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The Romanno Terraces: Their Origin and Purpose. Being the Chalmers-Jervise Prize Essay for 1930. (pp 388-98)
Hannah, W W T
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An Old Scottish Violin Tutor. (pp 398-407)
Farmer, Henry George
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Prehistoric Man at Tweed Bridge, Selkirk. (pp 414-7)
Mason, W D
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Short Cists in Angus and Nairnshire. With a Report on the Human Remains contained in them. (pp 418-26)
Edwards, Arthur J H & Low, Prof Alexander
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Note on the Tombstone of Robert Innes, 19th of that Ilk, at Elgin Cathedral. (pp 427-31)
Innes, Thomas
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Names of Potters on Samian Ware found in Scotland. (pp 432-48)
MacDonald, George
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Index (pp 449-71)
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