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Volume 5 (1890) - Table of Contents

Preliminaries - part i
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Preliminaries - part ii
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Preliminaries - part iii
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Anniversary Address on the State of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, from 1831 to 1860. (pp 001-044)
Laing, David
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Notice of the Brochs or Large Round Towers of Orkney, with Plans, Sections, and Drawings, and Tables of Measurements of Orkney and Shetland Brochs. (pp 071-094)
Petrie, George
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The Brochs or Pictish Towers of Cinn-Trolla, Carn-Liath, and Craig-Carril, in Sutherland, with Notes on other Northern Brochs. With Report upon the Crania found in and about them. (pp 095-130)
Joass, Rev J Maxwell & Aitken, T
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Notice of the Excavation of the Brochs of Yarhouse, Brounaben, Bowermadden, Old Stirkoke, and Dunbeath, in Caithness, with Remarks on the Period of the Brochs; and an Aplpendix, containing a Collected List of the Brochs of Scotland, and Early Notices of many of them. (pp 131-198)
Anderson, Joseph
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Notes of the Brochs or Pictish Towers of Mousa, Clickemin, &c., in Shetland, illustrative of part of the Series of Plans and Sections deposited in the Library of the Society. (pp 199-212)
Dryden, Henry
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Notes on Ancient shields and Highland Targets, one of the latter having embossed upon it the Cognisance of the Lord of the Isles. (pp 213-224)
Drummond, James
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Notices of Three Churches in North Uist, Benbecula, and Grimsay, said to have been built in the Fourteenth Century. With Descriptions and Plans of Primitive Chapels in Rona and Sula Sgeir. (pp 225-248)
Thomas, F W L & Muir, T S
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On a Runic Door from Iceland. (pp 249-260)
Stephens, George
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An Inquiry as to the Birthplace of St Patrick: (pp 261-284)
Turner, J H
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On the Early History of the Priory of Restennet. (pp 285-316)
Stuart, John
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Notice of the Chapel dedicated to St Blane at Kingarth, in Bute. (pp 317-335)
Galloway, William
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Notice of a Carved Ivory Ciborium, the Property of James T Gibson-Craig, F.S.A. Scot. (pp 336-338)
Anderson, Joseph
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The Quigrich or Crosier of St Fillan. (pp 339-340)
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Results of Excavations at the Broch of Burrian, North Ronaldsay, Orkney, during the Summers of 1870 and 1871. (pp 341-364)
Traill, William
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On the Duns of the Outer Hebrides. (pp 365-415)
Thomas, F W L
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On the Chapel and Ancient Buildings of King's College, Aberdeen. (pp 416-452)
Macpherson, Norman
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An Account of St Columba's Abbey, Inchcolm, accompanied with Plans, &c. (pp 45-70)
Arnold, Thomas
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Index (pp 453-457)
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Appendix
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