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Volume 80 (1945-46) - Table of Contents


Preliminaries
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A Bronze Worker's Anvil and other Tools recently acquired by the Inverness Museum, with a Note on another Scottish Anvil. (pp 8-11)
Childe, V Gordon
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The Excavation of the 'Wag' or Prehistoric Cattle-fold at Forse, Caithness, and the Relation of 'Wags' to Brochs, and implications arising therefrom. (pp 11-25)
Curle, Alexander O
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A Miscellany of Antiquities in Easter Ross and Sutherland. (pp 25-33)
Davidson, J M
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The Abbot's Cross. (pp 34-6)
Fenton, William
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Notes on Some Northumbrian 'Peles.' (pp 37-43)
Graham, A
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Excavations at Chester Hill Fort, Hundleshope, in Manor Parish, 1939. (pp 66-73)
Keef, Miss P A M
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The Inauguration of Alexander III. (pp 73-82)
Legge, Miss M D
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Field Work in Colonsay and Islay, 1944-45. (pp 83-103)
Piggot, Stuart & Piggott, Mrs C M
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A New Roman Mountain-Road in Dumfriesshire and Roxburghshire. (pp 103-17)
Richmond, Ian A
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The Tolquhon Aisle, and other Monuments in Tarves Kirkyard; with some further Notes on Tolquhon. (pp 117-26)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Jacobite Rings. (pp 127-31)
Stevenson, Robert B K
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Further Observations on Hut-Circles. (pp 131-5)
Thorneycroft, Wallace
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A Shell-Heap at Polmonthill, Falkirk. (pp 135-9)
Stevenson, R B K
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Notes: (1) An Example of Scottish Medieval Pottery found in Paisley, 19th December 1938. (pp 140)
Mayes, W P
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Notes: (2) A Small Hoard of Polished Stone Knives and a Polished Stone Adze from the Ward of Shurton, near Lerwick. (pp 140-1)
Moar, Peter
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Notes: (3) Jottings on Early Pottery. (pp 141-3)
Stevenson, R B K
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Notes: (4) 'Earth-House' at Naversdale, Orphir. (pp 143-4)
Marwick, Hugh
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Notes: (5) Old Windmill at Whithorn, Wigtownshire. (pp 144)
Greenhill, F A
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Notes: (6) An Old Cooling-Trough in Fife. (pp 144-5)
Johnson, Norman M
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Notes: (7) An Encrusted-Urn Burial at Scotlandwell, Kinross-shire. (pp 145-6)
Stevenson, R B K
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Notes: (8) Flint Core Axe found on Fair Isle, Shetland. (pp 146-8)
Cumming, George A
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Notes: (9) Iron Age Pottery from Sundayswells Hill, Torphins, Aberdeenshire. (pp 148-50)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Notes on Scottish Incised Slabs (III). (pp 43-61)
Greenhill, F A
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Donations to and purchases for the Museum (pp 151-64)
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Index (pp 165-70)
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