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Volume 79 (1944-45) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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Meeting minutes (pp 1-5)
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Old Windmills in Scotland, with Special Reference to the Windmill Tower at Dunbarney, Perthshire. (pp 6-14)
McLaren, Thomas
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Hatton House, Midlothian (pp 15-26)
Simpson, W D
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Communion Tokens of the Free Church of Scotland. (pp 26-80)
Kerr, R
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The stone industries associated with the raised beach at Ballantrae (pp 81-106)
Lacaille, A D
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Canoes, coffins and cooking troughs (pp 106-11)
Sayce, R U
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The robes of the feudal baronage of Scotland (pp 111-63)
Innes, Thomas
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Opening of the Exhibition 'From the Stone Age to the '45' in the National Museum. (pp 163-6)
Normand, The Right Hon. Lord
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Notes: (1) Prehistoric Ceareals from Scotland. (pp 167)
Childe, V Gordon
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Notes: (2) An Unusual Cinerary Urn from Droughdool, near Dunragit, Wigtownshire. (pp 168-70)
Childe, C Gordon
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Notes: (3) A New Sector of Roman Road east of Lyne. (pp 170)
Richmond, I A & Graham, A
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Notes: (4) Roman Fragments from Castle Dykes near Cockburnsparth and from St Abb's Head. (pp 172-3)
Hogg, A H A
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Notes: (5) An Early British Bronze Finger Ring from Forfar. (pp 173)
Edwards, the late A J H
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Notes: (6) Burials near Blackness Castle - Report on the Inhumation Burial; Report on the Cremation Burial. (pp 174)
Low, Alexander
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Donations to the Museum (pp 175-84)
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Index (pp 185-9)
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