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Volume 18 (1883-84) - Table of Contents

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Megalithic Monuments of Holland, and their relation with Analogous Remains in Northern Europe. (pp 19-35)
Munro, Robert
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Notes on some Continental Museums in France, Germany, and Belgium. (pp 36-48)
Anderson, Joseph
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Note on some Continental Churches. (pp 49-75)
Walker, J Russell
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The Kilmichael-Glassrie Bell-Shrine. (pp 79-93)
Wilson, Daniel
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The Bells of St Giles, Edinburgh, with a Notice of the Missing Bells of the Chapel of Holyrood House. (pp 94-102)
Thoms, George H M
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Notice of two Stone Moulds for Casting Spear-Heads, recently discovered at Croglin, Cumberland. (pp 103-8)
Taylor, Michael W
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Notice of Cup-Marked Stones near Aberfeldy. (pp 109-28)
MacMillan, Rev. Hugh
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St Ninian's Suburb, and the Collegiate Chuch of the Holy Trinity, founded at Edinburgh by Queen Mary of Gueldres, the Widow of James II., in 1462. (pp 128-70)
Wilson, Daniel
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The Ogham Inscriptions of Scotland. (pp 180-206)
Southesk, the Right Hon. The Earl of
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Notice of a Find of Bronze Weapons at Ford, Loch Awe. (pp 207-9)
Strachan, James M
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Notice of a Sculptured Stone at Strathmartine, near Dundee. (pp 209-11)
Millar, A H
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Notice of some Fragments of Sculptured Monumental Slabs in the Churchyard of Arasaig, Inverness-shire. (pp 211-2)
Lumsden, H W
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Danish Kjokkenmoddings, their Facts and Inferences. (pp 216-25)
Munro, Robert
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Notice of the Sempill Sword, now presented to the Museum by the Baroness Sempill. (pp 226-8)
Dryden, Henry
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Notice of Long Cairns near Rhinavie, Strathnaver, Sutherlandshire. (pp 228-33)
Munro, Robert
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Notice of the Gold Ornaments found at Lower Largo, and of the Silver Ornaments, &c., found at Norrie's Law, near Largo, recently presented to the Museum by Robert Dundas, Esq., of Arniston. (pp 233-47)
Anderson, Joseph
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What is a Pennyland? Or Ancient Valuation of Land in the Scottish Isles. (pp 253-85)
Thomas, F W L
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On White Pebbles in connection with Pagan and Christian Burials, a seeming survival of an Ancient Burial Custom. (pp 286-91)
Mitchell, Arthur
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Notice of a Report, preserved in the Charter House of the City of Edinburgh, on the Revenues of the Parochial Benefices of Shetland in the beginning of the Seventeenth Century (pp 291-305)
Goudie, Gilbert
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Notes on three Sepulchral Mounds on the Farm of Balmuick (the property of Col. Williamson of Lawers), near Comrie, Perthshire. (pp 306-8)
Boston, Thomas
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Notice of a Cup and Ring-marked Stone, and of Incised Stones recently discovered at Cargill, and of an Incised Boulder at Fowlis Wester. (pp 313-8)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notes of the Excavation of the Stone Circle at Crichie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 319-25)
Dalrymple, Charles Elphinstone
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Notice of the Antiquities of the Parish of Cabrach, Banffshire. (pp 325-8)
Gordon, Rev. Alexander
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Descriptive Notes on the Stone Circles of Strathnairn and Neighbourhood of Inverness, with Plans, &c. (pp 328-62)
Fraser, James
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Notice of two Boulders having Rain-filled Cavities on the Shores of Loch Tay, formerly associated with the Cure of Disease. (pp 369-76)
MacMillan, Rev. Hugh
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Notice of Sepulchral Mounds and Cup-marked Stones, near Fortingall, in Glenlyon, Perthshire. (pp 376-8)
Stewart, Charles
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Notice of recent Finds of Coins in Scotland. (pp 378-80)
Sim, George
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Notes on Early Christian Symbolism. (pp 380-464)
Allen, J Romilly
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Description of an Old Timber Building, in the Lawnmarket, Edinburgh. (pp 465-76)
Peddie, John M Dick
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Index (pp 477-87)
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