J. O'Sullivan, ed., (2002). Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 132. Leeds: Maney Publishing.

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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 132
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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132
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Jerry O'Sullivan
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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Maney Publishing
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2002
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16 Oct 2003
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David V Clarke
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J N Graham Ritchie
19 - 41
J N Graham Ritchie
43 - 64
Gordon J Barclay
Kenneth Brophy
Gavin MacGregor
65 - 137
Long timber-built structure with a pattern of division resembling that at Balbridie (Aberdeenshire) that leads to the supposition that it too was a roofed building, maybe with an upper floor at the southern end. It is cited as part of a possible `vocabulary' of Neolithic architecture in the area. Includes radiocarbon dates. There are specialist reports on:
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John A Atkinson
139 - 192
Pits and oval structures dating from the Meso to the Early and Mid Neo. Pottery and lithics also present. Later Beaker pot radiocarbon dated to 3050--2450 cal BC. There are separately authored reports on:
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John A Lawson
David Henderson
Alison Sheridan
193 - 204
Radiocarbon date of 2570--2300 cal BC from bone, no trace of covering mound.
Louise Baker
205 - 212
Radiocarbon date of cal AD75--242. Copper alloy penannular brooch placed with burial unusually small. Contributions on:
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Hilary Murray
213 - 227
Excavation in 1999 and 2000 revealed occupation evidence dating from the Neolithic to the twentieth century. A hilltop stone walled enclosure possibly from the first century AD and a contemporaneous stone hut circle, taken along with the later rectangular structures, together urge caution in interpretation of apparently simple hilltop sites.
225 - 226
Ian Armit
Alan Braby
229 - 258
First excavation of a burnt mound site in the Western Isles, not thought to be part of a domestic site. Cellular building closely paralleled by a recently excavated building at Cladh Hallan in South Uist. Various possible funcions are suggested including cooking place, smoke-house, or sweat-lodge. There are notes on:
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Andrew J Dunwell
259 - 304
The results of over thirty separate excavations and watching briefs along the line of the Antonine Wall are presented. The alignment and character of the frontier works and fort defences were clarified in several places. New information was obtained regarding a possible enclosure on the north side of the Wall near Auchendavy. Material includes:
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Andrew Breeze
305 - 311
Considers evidence for the site of Mons Graupius and the meaning of the name.
Alastair Roy Rees
313 - 355
Includes reports on:
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Mike R McCarthy
357 - 381
Simon Stronach
383 - 423
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Clare Ellis
425 - 437
Includes notes on:
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Virginia Glenn
439 - 458
John G Harrison
459 - 473
Chris Dalglish
475 - 497
Reviews theoretical underpinnings of historical period rural settlement studies of the area.
Aonghus MacKechnie
499 - 519
Ian A Carradice
521 - 528
Balls made from tightly wound yarn with leather covers.
Vanessa Habib
Helen Clark
529 - 553
Edinburgh damask weavers, last appointed damask weaver in Scotland to George IV.
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