n.a., (1930). Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 65. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. https://doi.org/10.5284/1000184.

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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 65
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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65
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471
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1930
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13 Aug 2013
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Abstract
1 - 26
V G Childe
Professor D M S Watson
Professor A Robinson
27 - 77
Final report on excavations of the stone-built Neolithic settlement. Work focussed on areas south and west of the 'Market Place', middens, drains and huts, some of which had been deliberately abandoned. The phases of occupation are considered in detail. Finds included decorated pottery, celts, hammerstones and a variety of stone tools. Two intrusive cist burials were discovered. Includes detailed reports on animal bones and human remains.
J G Callander
78 - 114
A report on a range of artefacts, mostly unprovenanced, including flint arrowheads, scrapers, axes, knives. pottery, stone axes and hammers and a carved stone ball. In relation to occupation at Skara Brae the author argues for an Iron Age rather than a Neolithic one.
W D Simpson
115 - 173
An account of the history of Edzell Castle which had its origins as a Norman motte and bailey. A detailed account of the architectural history of the castle and its environs includes a remarkable range of sculptures.
Sylvia Benson
177 - 216
An account of excavation in the cave made famous by its Pictish carvings. The earliest Bronze Age phase of occupation is represented by a range of objects including gold and bronze rings, bracelets, worked bone objects including needles and pottery. Material from the Roman phase include bronze rings, bracelets, wire and glass beads, pins, toilet instruments, needles, samian and native pottery and coins. Disarticulated human bone comprised mainly children. Animal bone was also present throughout.
J H Stevenson
Lionel A Crichton
William Brook
James Ritchie
W Wright Smith
217 - 255
The mazer, or medieval drinking cup, is an ornate example of its type, comprising wood, carved bone and silver with many heraldic symbols. The names of Robert and Ninian Bannatyne of Kames are engraved on a silver band encircling the edge of the cup.
A D Lacaille
261 - 269
An account of the discovery of a small cemetery on a golf course comprising six vessels containing cremated bone. One of the vessels was sealed by a layer of clay. A fragment of worked Arran pitchstone was found nearby. A note on the bone is included.
John Hewat Craw
269 - 280
An account of excavations three cairns. Nether Largie North Cairn contained a single cist just north of centre with carvings of cup marks and axeheads, the latter rare in Scotland. The cist contained charcoal, ochre and a human molar. Carnasserie Cairn covered a semi-circle of boulders and a cist containing a Food Vessel, charcoal and ochre. The bell cairn at Ballymeanoch was badly disturbed. Two cists were visible and the larger contained parts of a Beaker and human teeth.
V G Childe
281 - 293
A much robbed cairn with tree root disturbance covered a central standing stone and three cists, two of which were examined in 1929. The only artefact was a leaf-shaped flint arrowhead from cist 2.
Harry J Younger
294 - 297
An account of a passageway with an oblong chamber at either end is located east of the moat on the east side of the ruined 13th-century castle. Its function and date is uncertain though it is believed to be 18th century.
Erskine Beveridge
J G Callander
299 - 357
John Hewat Craw
357 - 372
The structure at Midhouse was a stone-built chamber with passageway. No artefacts were recovered. At Lintlaw two inverted urns containing cremated human bone were found in close proximity to a cist containing charcoal and a fragment of burnt bone. The cairn at Drumelzier covered seven cists. Artefacts included six urns, cremated human bone, worked flint, a jet armlet and a whetstone. A slab with carved ring markings was also found.
P M C Kermode
373 - 378
Description of the carvings on a group of medieval grave slabs.
John Malcolm Bulloch
379 - 381
Details of the cost of reconstruction have been taken from the Ordnance Expense Ledger and presented in chronological order.
Alexander O Curle
386 - 388
Note on the curious letter which appeared twice in the inscription surrounding the base of the neck of the small silver flask and discussion of parallels on two Roman memorial stones.
W W T Hannah
388 - 398
The Romanno Terraces in Peebleshire are the best examples of several groups of prominent terraces in lowland Scotland. Their date and function is uncertain.
Henry George Farmer
398 - 407
An account of an 18th-century manuscript of sheet music for violin.
W D Mason
414 - 417
An account of a flint scatter comprising numerous cores, scrapers and hammerstones. A bronze penannular bracelet was also found in the vicinity.
Arthur J H Edwards
Alexander Low
418 - 426
The cist at Fletcherfield, Forfar contained a Beaker vessel while at Knockenny, Glamis a skeleton was accompanied by a Food Vessel and jet beads. The cist at Carnach, Nairn contained only an unaccompanied skeleton.
Thomas Innes
427 - 431
The tombstone dating from shortly after 1613 and now much weathered displayed a coat of arms which was probably originally painted.
George MacDonald
432 - 448
A catalogue of all the known stamps with vessel type, provenance and date range is presented.
449 - 471