n.a., (1929). Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 64. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. https://doi.org/10.5284/1000184.

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J G Callander
25 - 33
A Food Vessel was recovered from a cist at Darnhall in an area where at least three other cists have been discovered. The Over Migvie urn was found in a small cist. It contained cremated human bone and a burnt bone bead.
A D Lacaille
34 - 48
An account of flint tools recovered from Shewalton which includes blades, points and arrowheads.
W D Simpson
48 - 96
A detailed account of the history of Auchindoir including a cup marked rock at Cuttiesburn, an earthwork at Cnoc Cailliche, the motte and church of Auchindoir.The architectural history of Craig Castle is presented in great detail.
John Malcolm Bulloch
96 - 106
The family history of the Gordons of Craig who were landowners in Aberdeenshire and beyond.
John Hewat Craw
111 - 146
Report on excavations at Dunadd fort including a midden. The site had been much disturbed by earlier investigations. Plentiful artefacts included a silver ring, a bronze disc, spearheads, knives, shears, beads, jet armlets, hammerstones and quern stones. Some of the artefacts suggest occupation in the Iron Age. Limited excavation also took place at 11 cists and cairns in the vicinity.
L Duff-Dunbar
147 - 148
A green glass bottle was found with a large number of beads during digging for a railway line in the 19th century.
Ian C Hannah
149 - 155
A review of late Gothic architecture in Scottish churches and the influence exerted by French architectural styles.
V G Childe
158 - 191
Report on second season of excavation at the stone-built 'village' notable for the recovery of large numbers of carved stones. Work demonstrated that occupation was long lived, and a separate industrial area was identified.
J G Callander
Alexander Low
191 - 199
Two stone-built cists, one of which had previously been disturbed were examined. One contained only a Food Vessel and the second, a crouched burial identified as probably female.
R J Serjeantson
200 - 201
The dwelling consisted of a circular chamber of dry stone walling with an entrance passage.
W D Simpson
201 - 211
An account of the battle and its significance as part of the Scottish fight for independence.
Alexander Low
218 - 221
A stone cist discovered during ploughing contained a Beaker vessel, two flint flakes and very small fragments of bone and charcoal.
William Kirkness
222 - 232
Report of excavation of a subterranean structure with a flat roof resting on eight pillars set into a clay floor. A review of comparable structures in Orkney is presented. Their function and date is uncertain.
Margaret E C Mitchell
233 - 243
The main chamber and two secondary cists were excavated by Canon Greenwell in 1864. This report provides a detailed description of the surviving remains. The cairn has been badly denuded.
J W Gregory
James Ritchie
W Q Kennedy
Duncan Leitch
247 - 264
A rock shelter near Corsewall House was associated with a midden containing shells, animal bones and hammer-stones. It is suggested that a butchery mark on one of the bones was made by a metal implement. The cave at Cairnryan contained traces of a hearth along with hammer-stones,charcoal, animal bone and shells. Occupation at Outriemakain Cave is believed to be recent.
V G Childe
264 - 272
Detailed description of a long cairn with two exposed chambers. Both had been disturbed. One was empty and the other contained a partial skeleton and a leaf-shaped arrowhead.
Alexander O Curle
272 - 275
Excavation revealed two chambers, each with a passageway below a circular cairn. No burials or artefacts were recovered.
John Smith
275 - 290
The Augustinian House was founded around 1430 although no trace of its buildings survive. A detailed review of the surviving documentary evidence is presented.
R S G Anderson
294 - 300
Artefacts included stone and flint axes, flint arrowheads, a bronze socketed axe, a glass bead, jet pendants, a clay mould, a coin, a medieval carved headstone and a carved stone depicting a coat-of-arms.
Duncan Colville
301 - 321
A detailed description of all extant standing stones in Kintyre, Argyll which incorporates some local traditions.
John Hewat Craw
321 - 326
Excavation of the largely obliterated Roman camp found evidence of a possible pre-Roman defensive structure.
W D Simpson
326 - 336
The medieval cathedral contains a number of memorials to Scottish migrants.
William Kelly
336 - 338
A description of four unprovenanced panels. Two are heraldic and the remaining two are filled with leafage.
339 - 359