n.a., (1963). Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 97. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 97
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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97
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1963
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Euan W MacKie
1 - 34
Anthony A Woodham
35 - 39
Isla J McInnes
40 - 81
John M Coles
82 - 156
Herbert Coutts
157 - 165
Audrey S Henshall
166 - 179
Anne S Roberson
180 - 201
R P Wright
202 - 205
Robert B K Stevenson
John Emery
206 - 211
This hoard of three silver objects found in the cairn of a stone circle at Ley, Fordyce, Banffs, c 1840 and only previously known from drawings and notes made by J Stuart in 1867, is published for the first time. The objects in the hoard, conventionally termed 'Pictish', consist of a hand-pin with hair-spring spirals terminating in animal heads and (on the reverse) punched circles; a spiral bracelet of convex-section broad silver ribbon; and a complex chain. The first two are paralleled in the Norrie's Law hoard. An attempt to reproduce the chain in a modern workshop showed that even with a specially made die and punch no exact replica of the fine linking could be made. It is unique in Pictish contexts in Britain, but parallels are known in the late Viking age in Scandinavia.
Angus Graham
212 - 225
Angus Graham
226 - 236
Anders Jespersen
237 - 244
Audrey S Henshall
I H Longworth
245 - 249
K M Dickie
249
J F Forsyth
249 - 251
B H I H Stewart
251 - 252
Robert B K Stevenson
252 - 253
Stuart Maxwell
253 - 254
255 - 267
269 - 281