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Volume 136 (2006) - Table of Contents

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Obituary (pp 001-005)
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Rethinking Scotland's Neolithic: combining circumstance with context (pp 007-046)
Kenneth Brophy
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Neolithic mortuary practice in Orkney (pp 047-060)
David Lawrence
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The aerodynamics of carved stone balls (pp 061-074)
T N Todd
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A note on the diameters of carved stone balls (pp 075-076)
Murdo Macdonald
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A pit containing an undecorated Beaker and associated artefacts from Beechwood Park, Raigmore, Inverness (pp 077-088)
Ian Suddaby and Alison Sheridan
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Time and place: a new chronology for the origin of the broch based on the scientific dating programme at the Old Scatness Broch, Shetland (pp 089-110)
S J Dockrill, Z Outram and C M Batt
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The excavation and reconstruction of the recumbent stone circle at Strichen, Aberdeenshire, 1979-82 (pp 111-134)
Tim Phillips, Iain Hampshire-Monk and Phil Abramson
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New light on Iron Age massive armlets (pp 135-160)
Fraser Hunter
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Roman and medieval coins found in Scotland, 2001-2005 (pp 161-198)
J D Bateson and N M McQ Holmes
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An unusual pair of Roman bronze vessels from Stoneywood, Aberdeen, and other Roman finds from north-east Scotland (pp 199-214)
Neil G W Curtis and Fraser Hunter
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Constraints on terminal sounds in the inscriptions of early Scotland (pp 215-226)
Geoffrey R Adams
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Stone emplacement in early Scottish churches:evidence of Early Christian craftsmanship (pp 227-236)
John F Potter
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Early Historic sculpture and landscape: a case study of Cladh a'Bhile, Ellary, Mid-Argyll (pp 237-258)
Meggen M Gondek
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Occupational mapping of 1635 Edinburgh:an introduction (pp 237-258)
Aaron M Allen
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Configuration and dimensions of burgage plots in the burgh of Edinburgh (pp 259-296)
Robin Tait
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Excavations at Gilmerton Cove, Edinburgh, 2002 (pp 311-332)
Melanie Johnson, Richard Oram and Tim Neighbour
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A note on possible astronomic noon markers atArbroath Abbey, Angus (pp 333-335)
Kathleen Anderson
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Annual Report for the year 2005 -2006 (pp 336-350)
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Index (pp 351-367)
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