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Volume 141 (2011) - Table of Contents

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Obituary: Stuart Maxwell, MA, FSA Scot 1922-2012 (pp 1-2)
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A re-appraisal of the Early Neolithic human remains excavated at Sumburgh, Shetland, in 1977. (pp 3-18)
Samantha Walsh, Christopher Kn├╝sel and Nigel Melton
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A Scottish Neolithic carved stone ball with enigmatic surface details. (pp 19-29)
Alan Saville, Eric Grant, Graeme Cavers and Alan Braby
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Domestic, industrial, (en)closed? Survey and excavation of a Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age promontory enclosure at Gob Eirer, Lewis, Western Isles. (pp 31-74)
Claire Nesbitt, Mike J Church and Simon M D Gilmour
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A 1st millennium bc Atlantic roundhouse in Argyll: survey and excavation at Loch Glashan. (pp 75-102)
Jon Henderson and Simon Gilmour
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An Iron Age crannog in south-west Scotland: underwater survey and excavation at Loch Arthur. (pp 103-124)
Jon Henderson and Graeme Cavers
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Cemeteries of platform cairns and long cists around Sinclair's Bay, Caithness. (pp 125-143)
Anna Ritchie
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'... and they won land among the Picts by friendly treaty or the sword': How a re-examination of early historical sources and an analysis of early medieval settlement in north Co. Antrim confirms the validity of traditional accounts of Dal Riatic migration to Scotland from Ulster. (pp 145-158)
Cormac McSparron and Brian Williams
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The iconography of the Papil Stone: sculptural and literary comparisons with a Pictish motif. (pp 159-205)
Kelly A Kilpatrick
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New evidence for the activities of Pictish potentates in Aberdeenshire: the hillforts of Strathdon. (pp 207-229)
Murray Cook
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The iconography of the Hunterston brooch and related early medieval material. (pp 231-248)
Alice Blackwell
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Sourcing Scottish medieval ceramics - the use and success of chemical analysis. (pp 249-267)
George Haggarty, Derek Hall and Richard Jones
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A plan of 1545 for the fortification of Kelso Abbey. (pp 269-278)
Richard Fawcett
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The early evolution of the tappit hen. (pp 279-292)
Peter Spencer Davies, George Dalgleish and David Lamb
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The construction chronology and significance of timber for building Panmure House, Angus. (pp 293-326)
Kate Newland
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Annual Report (pp 327-349)
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Index (pp 351-362)
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