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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (2017) The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000184

MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND

Society Of Antiquaries Of Scotland Edinburgh 1989
Monograph Series Number 6

THREE SCOTTISH CARMELITE FRIARIES: ABERDEEN, LINLITHGOW AND PERTH

J.A. Stones (Editor), D.W. Hall and W.J. Lindsay with M.F. Bruce, J.F. Cross, and R.M. Spearman

CONTENTS

Preliminaries

Acknowledgements

List of illustrations

List of tables

Foreword by the Very Reverend Father Provincial Piet Wijngaard, O Carm

1 Introduction
JA Stones

2 The Carmelite friars
IB Cowan

3 The buildings of the friars in Scotland
JA Stones

4 Aberdeen Carmelite friary

4.1 The documentary evidence
RM Spearman

4.2 Aberdeen: the excavations JA Stones

5 Linlithgow Carmelite friary

5.1 The documentary evidence
RM Spearman

5.2 Linlithgow: the excavations
WJ Lindsay

5.3mf Linlithgow radiocarbon determination

6 Perth Carmelite friary

6.1 The documentary evidence
RM Spearman

6.2 Perth: the excavations
DW Hall

7 The burials

7.1 The burials at Aberdeen, Linlithgow and Perth friaries
JA Stones

7.2mf Linlithgow. The burials
WJ Lindsay

7.3 Perth. The wooden coffins. Summary report
WE Boyd

7.4mf Perth. The coffins and other wood samples
WE Boyd

7.5 The skeletal remains
JF Cross, MF Bruce

7.6mf The skeletal remains. Description of microfiche contents
JF Cross

7.7mf Aberdeen, 12 Martin's Lane. Skeleton record sheets and tables
JF Cross

7.8mf Aberdeen, Hadden Street. Skeleton record sheets and tables
JF Cross

7.9mf Aberdeen radiocarbon determinations

7.10mf Linlithgow. Skeleton record sheets and tables
JF Cross

7.11mf Perth. Skeleton record sheets and tables
JF Cross

8 The pottery

8.1 Summary report
JC Murray

8.2mf Aberdeen pottery
JC Murray

8.3mf Linlithgow prehistoric pottery
T Cowie

8.4mf Linlithgow Roman pottery
WJ Lindsay

8.5mf Linlithgow medieval and post-medieval pottery
WJ Lindsay

8.6mf Perth pottery
NL MacAskill

9 The small finds

9.1 Summary report JA Stones

9.2mf The small finds. Introduction to site reports and catalogues
JA Stones

9.3mf Aberdeen small finds

9.3.1 Glass objects
JA Stones, R Oddy

9.3.2 Stone objects
JA Stones with a contribution by G Stell

9.3.3 Ceramic objects
DW Hall

9.3.4 Lead objects
JA Stones

9.3.5 Copper alloy objects
JA Stones

9.3.6 Iron objects
JA Stones

9.3.7 Bone objects
JA Stones

9.3.8 Coins and coin weight
D Bateson, N Holmes

9.4mf Linlithgow prehistoric small finds

9.4.1 Lithic objects
D Lehane

9.4.2 Jet objects
IAG Shepherd

9.4.3 Bronze object
IAG Shepherd

9.5mf Linlithgow medieval and post-medieval small finds

9.5.1 Glass objects
WJ Lindsay

9.5.2 Stone objects
G Stell with a contribution by WJ Lindsay

9.5.3 Silver objects
WJ Lindsay

9.5.4 Lead objects
WJ Lindsay

9.5.5 Copper alloy objects
WJ Lindsay with contributions by J Cherry, AR Goodall

9.5.6 Iron objects
WJ Lindsay with contributions by IH Goodall, J Higgitt

9.5.7 Coins and jetton
N Holmes

9.5.8 Wall plaster, pigment containers and pigments
WJ Lindsay with a contribution by H Howard

9.6mf Perth small finds

9.6.1 Glass objects
B Ford

9.6.2 Stone objects
B Ford with a contribution by G Stell

9.6.3 Ceramic objects
DW Hall

9.6.4 Lead objects
B Ford

9.6.5 Copper alloy objects B Ford with a contribution by
J Cherry

9.6.6 Iron objects
B Ford with a contribution by A Walsh

9.6.7 Bone objects
B Ford

9.6.8 Coin
B Ford

10 The environmental evidence

10.1 Introduction J A Stones

10.2mf Linlithgow. The owl pellets
R Ralph

10.3mf Perth. The animal remains C Smith

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