Society of Antiquaries of Scotland books and monographs

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2016

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List of Monographs

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Curle, C. (1982)
Pictish and Norse finds from the Brough of Birsay 1934-74. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 01. Edinburgh.

Murray, J. (1982)
Excavations in the Medieval Burgh of Aberdeen 1973-81. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 02. Edinburgh.

Fairhurst, H. (1984)
Excavations at Crosskirk Broch, Caithness. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 03. Edinburgh.

Hunter, J. (1986)
Rescue excavations on the Brough of Birsay 1974-82. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 04. Edinburgh.

Holdsworth, P. (1987)
Excavations in the Medieval Burgh of Perth 1979-81. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 05. Edinburgh.

Stones, J. (1989)
Three Scottish Carmelite Friaries: Aberdeen, Linlithgow and Perth. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 06. Edinburgh.

Wickham-Jones, C. (1990)
Rhum: Mesolithic and later sites at Kinloch. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 07. Edinburgh.

Bradley, R. (1993)
Altering the Earth: The Origins of Monuments in Britain and Continental Europe. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 08. Edinburgh.

Ballin Smith, B. (1994)
Howe: Four Millennia of Orkney Prehistory Excavations 1978-1982. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 09. Edinburgh.

Ewart, G., Lewis, J. (1995)
Jedburgh Abbey: The Archaeology and Architecture of a Border Abbey. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Monograph 10. Edinburgh.

Coles, B., Coles, J. (1995)
Enlarging the Past. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 11. Edinburgh.

Driscoll, S., Yeoman, P. (1997)
Excavations within Edinburgh Castle in 1988-91. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 12. Edinburgh.

Barclay, G., Maxwell, G. (1998)
The Cleaven Dyke and Littleour: Monuments in the Neolithic of Tayside. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 13. Edinburgh.

Lowe, C., Owen, O. (1999)
Kebister: The Four-thousand-year-old Story of One Shetland Township. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 14. Edinburgh.

Ballin-Smith, B., Crawford, B. (1999)
The Biggings, Papa Stour, Shetland. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 15. Edinburgh.

Perry, D. (2000)
Castle Park, Dunbar. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 16. Edinburgh.

Bradley, R. (2000)
The Good Stones: A New Investigation of the Clava Cairns. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 17. Edinburgh.

Turnbull, J. (2001)
The Scottish Glass Industry 1610-1750. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 18. Edinburgh.

Cameron, A., Stones, J. (2001)
Aberdeen: An In-Depth View of the City's Past. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 19. Edinburgh.

Tolan-Smith, C. (2001)
The Caves of Mid Argyll. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 20. Edinburgh.

Lewis, J., Pringle, D. (2002)
Spynie Palace and the Bishops of Moray: History, Architecture and Archaeology. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Monograph 21. Edinburgh.