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Volume 29 (1894-95) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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Notes on some Non-Biblical Matter in the MS. Of the four Gospels known as the Book of Mulling. (pp 11-45)
Lawlor, Rev. H J
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Notice of a small Cemetery of Cremated Burials, with Cinerary Urns of Clay, Recently Discovered at Culla Voe, Papa Stour, Shetland. (pp 46-8)
Barron, Rev. Douglas Gordon
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Notes on the Discovery of a Deposit of Polished Stone Axes and Oval Knives of Porphyry, &c., at Modesty, near Bridge of Walls, Shetland. (pp 48-54)
Kinghorn, George
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Additional Notes respecting the Identification of the Site of Bede's Guidi. (pp 55-8)
Miller, Peter
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Notices (1) of a Bronze Censer (?) or Chafing-Dish, found near Balveny Castle, and (2) of a Find of Coins in the Parish of Mortlach. (pp 59-62)
Cramond, W
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A Record of the Cup-and Ring-Markings in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. (pp 67-91)
Coles, Fred R
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Notice of the Discovery of Cup-and Ring-Sculpturings at Duncrosk, near the Falls of Lochay, in Glenlochay. (pp 92-3)
Haggart, D
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Notice of the Discovery of Incised Cup-and Ring-sculpturings at Braes of Balloch near Taymouth Castle. (pp 94-5)
Mackenzie, Rev. J B
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Recent Antiquarian Research in Glenshee. (pp 96-9)
Smith, W McCombie
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A Bronze Medallion Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, similar to the Bust represented on the 'Dunbar Medal,' Struck by Thomas Simon by Order of the Parliament. (pp 100-4)
Frazer, William
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The Forts of Selkirk, the Gala Water, the Southern Slopes of the Lammermoors, and the North of Roxburgh. (pp 108-79)
Christison, D
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Notes on some Prehistoric Structures in Glenelg and Kintail. (pp 180-90)
Bogle, Lockhart
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Notice of the Discovery of a Stone Cist and Urns at the Cuninghar, Tillicoultry; With Notes on the Contents and the Sculptured Covering Stone of the cist; and on the Microscopical Examination of the Fibrous or Hairy Substance found in the Cist. (pp 190-7)
Robertson, R et. al.
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Note on two Late Notices (1560 and 1563) Relating to the Cultus of St Ninian in England. (pp 198-201)
Dowden, the Right Rev. John
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Notes on a Supposed Mithraic Cavern at Wouldham in Kent. (pp 202-6)
Lang, James
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Notice of a Cave Recently Discovered at Oban, containing Human Remains, and a Refuse-heap of Shells and Bones of Animals, and Stone and Bone Implements. (pp 211-30)
Anderson, Joseph
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Note on the 'Bannockburn' Bagpipes of Menzies. (pp 231-4)
Menzies, D P
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Notes on a Swedish Staff-Calendar, Presented to the Museum by The Hon. John Abercrombie, F.S.A. Scot., dated 1710. (pp 234-40)
Simpson, H F Morland
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An Ogam Inscription at Abernethy, 1895. (pp 244-51)
Southesk, The Right Hon. The Earl of
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Traces of the Cultus of St Fillan at Killallan, Renfrewshire. (pp 251-5)
Mackinlay, J M
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Archaeological Notes on Dunvegan Castle. (pp 255-71)
Bogle, Lockhart
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Notes on the Contents of a Refuse-heap at the Base of the fortified Rock known as Dun Fheurain at Gallanach near Oban. Recently excavated by Mr J Patten McDougall o Gallanach. (pp 278-85)
Anderson, Joseph
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Skotlands Rimur. Icelandic Ballads on the Gowrie Conspiracy. (pp 286-92)
Craigie, W A
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Notes upon Three Early Iron Age Brooches from the Island of Gotland, Sweden. (pp 292-301)
Curle, Jun., James
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The Stone Circles of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. (pp 301-16)
Coles, Fred. R
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Notes on the 'Roman Roads' of the One-Inch Ordnance Map of Scotland. The Roxburghshire Roads. (pp 317-28)
Macdonald, James
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The Monumental Effigies of Scotland from the Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Century. (pp 329-410)
Brydall, Robert
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On Human and Animal Remains found in Caves at Oban, Argyllshire. (pp 410-38)
Turner, William
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Notes on a Silver-mounted Charm-Stone of Rock-Crystal from Inverleny, with Notices of other Scottish Balls of Rock-Crystal and of Superstitions connected therewith. (pp 439-48)
Black, George F
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Note on the Discovery of an Incised Symbol-bearing Slab at Easterton of Roseisle, Elginshire. (pp 449-53)
Morrison, Rev. James
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Index (pp 454-75)
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