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Volume 138 (2008) - Table of Contents

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Obituary. Sir Howard Colvin. (pp 001-005)
Ian Campbell
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An Irish provenance for the Monzie Estate gold? (pp 007-012)
John O Neill
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The later prehistory of 'black holes': regionality and the south-west Scottish Iron Age (pp 013-026)
Graeme Cavers
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Excavation of an Iron Age, Early Historic and medieval settlement and metalworking site at Eilean Olabhat, North Uist (pp 027-104)
Ian Armit
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New aspects of rotary querns in Scotland (pp 105-128)
Dawn McLaren and Fraser Hunter
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Excavations at Garnhall on the line of the Antonine Wall (pp 129-176)
David J Woolliscroft
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A Shetland Viking comb in Copenhagen (pp 177-184)
Steffen Stummann Hansen
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A fragment of a Pictish symbol-bearing slab with carving in relief from Mail, Cunningsburgh, Shetland (pp 185-192)
Anna Ritchie
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Viking Age and Late Norse gold and silver from Scotland: an update (pp 193-204)
James Graham-Campbell
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Early stone emplacement in three Scottish ecclesiastical national monuments (pp 205-222)
John F Potter
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Burgage plot patterns and dimensions in four Scottish burghs (pp 223-238)
Robin Tait
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Excavation of medieval graves at St Thomas' Kirk, Hall of Rendall, Orkney (pp 239-266)
Ronan Toolis
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Brotchie's Steading, Dunnet, Caithness: a 19th-century croft house and earlier settlement mound (pp 267-292)
Timothy Holden
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Scottish external funerary metal plates (pp 293-308)
George Thomson
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Annual Report for the year 1 July 2007 -30 June 2008 (pp 309-329)
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Notes and conditions for contributors preparing texts for submission (pp 331-338)
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Index (pp 339-340)
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