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Volume 130 (2000) - Table of Contents

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Laws of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Instituted November 1780 and incorporated by Royal charter, 6 May 1783.
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Obituary Ronald Gordon Gant (pp 1-5)
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Obituary Marion Campbell of Kilberry (pp 7-9)
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Excavation of Neolithic pits, later prehistoric structures and a Roman temporary camp along the line of A96 Kintore and Blackburn Bypass, Aberdeenshire (pp 11-75)
Derek Alexander
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An Early Bronze Age multiple burial cist from Mill Road Industrial Estate, Linlithgow, West Lothian. (pp 77-91)
Murray Cook
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Excavation of Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement features at Lamb's Nursery, Dalkeith, Midlothian. (pp 93-113)
Murray Cook
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Excavation of and Early Bronze Age cemetery and other sites a the West Water Reservoir, west Linton, Scottish Borders. (pp 115-182)
Fraser Hunter
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The cairn at East Finnercy, Dunecht, Aberdeenshire. (pp 183-195)
Matt Leivers et al.
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Excavation of Iron Age Burials at Corran, Boreray, Outer Hebrides. (pp 197-222)
Anna Badcock and Jane Downes
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Excavation of an Iron Age and Romano-British enclosure at Woodend Farm, Johnstonebridge, Annandalw, 1994 and 1997. (pp 223-281)
Iain Banks
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Artificial platforms of possible Iron Age or Dark Age date on Dun Mor, Dornie, Skye & Lochalsh. (pp 283-300)
Tim Neighbour
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Excavations at Dun Ardtreck, Skye, in 1964 and 1965. (pp 301-411)
Euan W. Mackie
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Archaeological excavation of a medieval structure and an assemblage of prehistoric artefacts from the summit of Traprain Law, East Lothian, 1996 - 1997. (pp 413-440)
Thomas Rees and Fraser Hunter
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Traprain Law: native and Roman on the northern frontier. (pp 441-456)
Michael Erdrich et al.
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The west annexe at Newstead (Trimontium), Roxburghshire. (pp 457-467)
Simon Clarke
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Excavations on the Roman temporary camps at the Three Bridges, Camelon, Falkirk. (pp 469-489)
Geoff B. Bailey
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The Roman Gask series tower at West Mains of Huntingtower, Perth & Kinross. (pp 491-507)
D.J. Woolliscroft
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Investigations of the Antonine Wall and medieval settlement at Kinneil House, Bo'ness, Falkirk. (pp 509-524)
Bruce Glendinning
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A Roman burial from Cramond (Edinburgh) rediscovered. (pp 525-535)
Mark Collard and Fraser Hunter
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Marine crannogs: previous work and recent surveys. (pp 537-558)
Alex Hale
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Excavation of two burials at Galson, Isle of Lewis, 1993 and 1996. (pp 559-584)
Tim Neighbour et al.
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Excavation of a cairn cemetery at Lundin Links, Fife, in 1965-6. (pp 585-636)
Colvin Greig et al.
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How late were Pictish symbols employed? (pp 637-650)
Lloyd Laing
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Excavation of 10th-century burials at Chapelhall, Innellan, Argyll, 1994. (pp 651-676)
John A. Atkinson
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An excavation at the Bishop's House, Stow, Scottish Borders. (pp 677-704)
Adrian Cox et al.
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A grumphie in the sty: an archaeological of pigs in Scotland, from their earliest domestication to the agricultural revolution. (pp 705-724)
Catherine Smith
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Baltersan: a stately tower house in Ayrshire. (pp 725-742)
James Brown
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In the territory of Auchencrow: long continuity or late development in early Scottish field-systems? (pp 743-772)
J. Donnelly
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The Brechin Hammermen's Incorporation, 1600 - 1762, and later fine metal craftsmen to c 1850. (pp 773-793)
David G. Adams
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Scotch carpets at Stirling: Thomas Gilfillan's Cash Book and Ledger 1764 - 1770. (pp 795-807)
Vanessa Habib
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Lecture summaries 1999 - 2000. Roman Britain as protectorate, political symbol and military training-ground. (pp 809-814)
Martin Heinig
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Meetings of the Society 1999 - 2000. Held in the Lecture Theatre of the Royal Museum of Scotland. (pp 815-831)
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Notes for Contributors preparing texts for submission to volume 132. (pp 833-837)
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Index (pp 839-848)
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