The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003 (updated 2017)

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Society Of Antiquaries Of Scotland Monograph Series

Monograph 1
    Pictish and Norse finds from the Brough of Birsay 1934-74
    C.L. Curle

Monograph 2
    Excavations in the Medieval Burgh of Aberdeen 1973-81
    Edited by J.C. Murray

Monograph 6
    Three Scottish Carmelite Friaries: Aberdeen, Linlithgow and Perth
    Edited By J.A. Stones

Monograph 7
    Rhum: Mesolithic and later sites at Kinloch
    C.R. Wickham-Jones

Monograph 8
    Altering the Earth
    The Origins of Monuments in Britain and Continental Europe
    Richard Bradley

Monograph 9
    Howe
    Four Millennia of Orkney Prehistory Excavations 1978-1982
    Edited By Beverley Ballin Smith

Monograph 10
    Jedburgh Abbey
    The Archaeology and Architecture of a Border Abbey
    John H. Lewis & Gordon J. Ewart