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Volume 144 (2014) - Table of Contents

Mesolithic and Early Neolithic activity along the Dee: excavations at Garthdee Road, Aberdeen (pp 1-64)
Hilary K Murray and J Charles Murray
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Wrappings of power: a woman's burial in cattle hide at Langwell Farm, Strath Oykel (pp 65-132)
Olivia Lelong

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The Synton and Kippilaw denarius hoards: further numismatic evidence for late Antonine and Severan Scotland (pp 133-168)
N M McQ Holmes
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Pictish symbol stones and early cross-slabs from Orkney (pp 169-204)
Ian G Scott and Anna Ritchie
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Crannogs, castles and lordly residences: new research and dating of crannogs in north-east Scotland (pp 205-222)
Michael Stratigos and Gordon Noble
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'The worst disaster suffered by the people of Scotland in recorded history': climate change, dearth and pathogens in the long 14th century (pp 223-244)
Richard Oram
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From cathedral of the Isles to obscurity - the archaeology and history of Skeabost Island, Snizort (pp 245-264)
Sarah Thomas
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Mingary in Ardnamurchan: a review of who could have built the castle (pp 265-276)
James Scott Petre
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The artistic patronage of John Stuart, Duke of Albany 1518-19: the 'discovery' of the artist and author, Bremond Domat (pp 277-310)
Bryony Coombs
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Archaeological investigations at Kinbane Castle, County Antrim and its Scottish connections (pp 311-322)
Colin Breen and John Raven
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The Morton Manuscript: 'ancient inscriptions on stones found in Scotland' (pp 323-348)
Lawrence Keppie
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Annual Report (pp 349-376)
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Index (pp 377-385)
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