Society of Antiquaries of Scotland books and monographs

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2016

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List of Books

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Alcock, L. (2003)
Kings and Warriors, Craftsmen and Priests. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Barrow, G. (2003)
The Declaration of Arbroath: history, significance, setting. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Brown, I. (2003)
Abbotsford and Sir Walter Scott. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Holmes, N. (2003)
Excavation of Roman Sites at Cramond, Edinburgh. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Saville, A. (2004)
Mesolithic Scotland and its Neighbours. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Bradley, R. (2005)
The Moon and the Bonfire. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

Fawcett, R. (2005)
Royal Dunfermline. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.

James, H. (2008)
A Fragmented Masterpiece: recovering the biography of the Hilton of Cadboll cross-slab. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland:Edinburgh.