The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2003 (updated 2018)

Data copyright © Society of Antiquaries of Scotland unless otherwise stated

This work is licensed under the ADS Terms of Use and Access.
Creative Commons License

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland logo

Primary contact

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
National Museums Scotland
Chambers Street

Send e-mail enquiry

Resource identifiers

Digital Object Identifiers

Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) are persistent identifiers which can be used to consistently and accurately reference digital objects and/or content. The DOIs provide a way for the ADS resources to be cited in a similar fashion to traditional scholarly materials. More information on DOIs at the ADS can be found on our help page.

Citing this DOI

The updated Crossref DOI Display guidelines recommend that DOIs should be displayed in the following format:
Sample Citation for this DOI

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (2018) The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor]

Volume 34 (1899-1900) - Table of Contents

PDF 1 Mb
Meeting minutes (pp 1-3)
PDF 95 Kb
Report on events of last session (pp 4-14)
PDF 482 Kb
Purchases for the Museum and Library (pp 15-42)
PDF 1 Mb
The Forts, 'Camps,' and other Field-Works of Perth, Forfar, and Kincardine. (pp 43-120)
Christison, D
PDF 3 Mb
Notes (1) on an Ancient Interment recently discovered at the Leithies; (2) a Kitchen-Midden at the Rhodes Links; and (3) a Cist, with an Urn of drinking-cup type, near the West Links, North Berwick. (pp 120-3)
Richardson, James T
PDF 207 Kb
The Scottish De Quenceys of Fawside and Leuchars. Supplementary Notes. (pp 124-8)
Bain, Joseph
PDF 206 Kb
Note on the Antiquity of the Wheel Causeway. (pp 129-30)
Haverfield, F
PDF 117 Kb
Notice of the Discovery of a Cist containing three Urns of Food-Vessel Type at Duncra Hill Farm, Pencaitland. (pp 131-4)
Anderson, Joseph
PDF 413 Kb
Report on Stone Circles in Kincardineshire (North), and part of Aberdeenshire, with measured Plans and Drawings, obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 139-98)
Coles, Fred. R
PDF 2 Mb
Notice of an Original Letter of Instructions for Sir William Fleming, by King Charles II., dated at Breda, 22nd May 1650. (pp 199-202)
Reid, A G
PDF 151 Kb
Description of an Earth-House at Pitcur, Forfarshire. (pp 202-14)
MacRitchie, David
PDF 649 Kb
Archaeological Notes from Moraytown, Dalcross, Inverness-shire. (pp 215-7)
Wallace, Thomas
PDF 366 Kb
Notes on James Fifth's Towers, Holyrood Palace. (pp 224-41)
Sinclair, John
PDF 1 Mb
Supplementary Notes on the Scottish De Quencys. (pp 241-51)
Ireland, William W
PDF 526 Kb
Note on an Incised Stone Cross at Strathy, Sutherlandshire. (pp 252-4)
Munro, Alexander
PDF 90 Kb
Note on a Bronze Scabbard-Tip found on Glencotho Farm, Peeblesshire. (pp 254-6)
Buchan, William
PDF 209 Kb
Anglo-Saxon Burhs and Early Norman Castles. (pp 260-88)
Armitage, Mrs E S
PDF 1 Mb
Notice of the King's Master Wrights of Scotland, with Writs of their Appointments. (pp 288-96)
Mylne, Rev. R S
PDF 443 Kb
Notice on a Cup-marked Boulder called the Saj di Gorone, or Stone of the Heel, near Stresa, on the Lago Maggiore. (pp 297-9)
Browne, Right Rev. G F
PDF 177 Kb
Notice of a Peculiar Stone Cross found on the Farm of Cairn, Parish of New Cumnock, Upper Nithsdale. (pp 300-3)
Hewat, Rev. Kirkwood
PDF 332 Kb
Description of a Collection of Objects found in Excavations at St Blane's Church, Bute, exhibited by the Marquis of Bute. (pp 307-25)
Anderson, Joseph
PDF 1 Mb
Notes of some Cup-marked Stones and Rocks near Kenmore, and their Folk-Lore. (pp 325-34)
Mackenzie, Rev. J B
PDF 553 Kb
Notes on some Rock-Basins, Cup-and Ring-Marked Stones, and Archaic Customs casually met with in India. (pp 335-9)
Anderson, J H
PDF 244 Kb
Notice of the Discovery of a Pre-historic Burial-Place at Quarff, Shetland. (pp 340-4)
Johnston, Rev. David
PDF 198 Kb
Notes on the Heraldry of Elgin and its Neighbourhood, including the Cathedral, Bishop's House, Greyfriars, and High Street in Elgin; Spynie Place, Church of Holy Trinity at Spynie, Lhanbryd Church, Coxton Tower, Birnie Church, Kinloss Abbey, Burgie Castle, Duffus Church, Gordonstown House, Ogston Church, Kinneder Church, Drainie Church, St Andrew's Church, Innes House, Pluscardin Priory, Cullen Church, Deskford Church, and Banff. (pp 344-429)
MacDonald, W Rae
PDF 3 Mb
Notes on the Discovery and Exploration of a Pile Structure on the North Bank of the River Clyde, east from Dumbarton Rock. (pp 437-62)
Bruce, John
PDF 1 Mb
Notice of an Incised Sepulchral Slab found in the church of Longforgan, Perthshire. (pp 463-75)
Millar, A H
PDF 660 Kb
Notice of the Wallace Stones, Longforgan. (pp 476-82)
Hutcheson, Alexander
PDF 369 Kb
Notice of a Charm-Stone used for the Cure of Diseases amongst Cattle in Sutherlandshire. (pp 483-8)
Hutcheson, Alexander
PDF 305 Kb
Notices (1) of the Discovery of Bronze Age Urns on the Braid Hills; and (2) of the Discovery of a Cist and Urn near Portpatrick, Wigtownshire. (pp 489-93)
Coles, Fred. R
PDF 238 Kb
Index (pp 495-515)
PDF 794 Kb