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Volume 142 (2012) - Table of Contents

Obituary: Alexander Fenton (pp 1-8)
Hugh Cheape
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Moments of crisis: climate change in Scottish prehistory (pp 9-25)
Richard Tipping, Richard Bradley, Jeff Sanders, Robert McCulloch and Robert Wilson
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Excavations at four prehistoric rock carvings on the Ben Lawers Estate, 2007–2010 (pp 27-61)
Richard Bradley, Aaron Watson and Hugo Anderson-Whymark
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Croig Cave: a Late Bronze Age ornament deposit and three millennia of fishing and foraging on the north-west coast of Mull, Scotland (pp 63-132)
Steven Mithen and Karen Wicks
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A late Roman object from Cove, Dumfries and Galloway, rediscovered (pp 133-144)
Robert Janiszewski
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Pictish Byre-houses at Pitcarmick and their landscape: investigations 1993–5 (pp 145-199)
Martin Carver, John Barrett, Jane Downes and Janet Hooper
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The Kilmichael Glassary Bell-shrine (pp 201-244)
David H Caldwell, Susy Kirk, Gilbert Márkus, Jim Tate and Sharon Webb
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Eldbotle; the archaeology and environmental history of a medieval rural settlement in East Lothian (pp 245-299)
Erlend Hindmarch and Richard Oram
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Excavation of an unnamed castle at Cullykhan, Castle Point, Troup (pp 301-328)
Moira Greig
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Timber in Scottish buildings, 1450–1800; a dendrochronological perspective (pp 329-369)
Anne Crone and Coralie M Mills
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The Witches’ Sabbath in Scotland (pp 371-412)
Laura Paterson
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'for beauty and desirability there is none in the kingdom to be compared': Thomas Telford, James Watt and the evolution of Glasgow's water supply (pp 413-434)
Louise Turner
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From Colonsay to Whithorn: the work of a 19th-century antiquary, William Galloway (pp 435-465)
Anna Ritchie
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Annual Report (pp 467-492)
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Index (pp 493-512)
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