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Volume 40 (1905-06) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-14)
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Forts on Whitcastle Hill, Upper Teviotdale; and Earthwork on Flanders Moss, Menteith. (pp 15-22)
Christison, D
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Notices of (1) Two Stone Cists from Oyne and Skene; (2) a Late-Celtic Harness Mounting of Bronze from Culsalmond; (3) a Stone Mould for Casting Flat Axes from Auchterless; and (4) two Star-shaped Beads from Aberdeenshire. (pp 23-39)
Callander, J Graham
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Notice of the Discovery of a Stone Cist, containing an Unburnt Burial and an Urn of the Drinking-cup Type, at Wellgrove, Lochlee, near Dundee. (pp 40-2)
Reid, William
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Notice of a Mahogany Pitchpipe formerly used in Cults Parish Church, Fife. (pp 43-6)
Leitch, George
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Notes on the Inventories of the House of Rossie, near Montrose, dating from the year 1693 to 1740. (pp 53-9)
Curle, Alex. O
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Notice of a Group of Long Graves, Stone-lined, near the source of the Water of North Esk. (pp 60-76)
Loney, John W M
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Notes on a Wax Medallion, and relative Autograph Letter of Paul Jones, presented to the Society in 1860, and now in the National Museum of Antiquities. (pp 77-127)
Inglis, Francis Caird
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Notes on a Slab with Incised Crescentic Design, Stone Mould for casting Spear-heads, a Cup-marked Stone, Holy-water Stoup, and other Antiquities in Strathnaver, Sutherlandshire. (pp 128-33)
Mackay, Rev. Angus
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On Vitrified Forts, with Results of Experiments as to the Probable Manner in which their Vitrification may have been produced. (pp 136-50)
McHardy, A B
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Notes on a Hoard of Eleven Stone Knives found in Shetland. (pp 151-64)
Munro, Robert
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Report on Stone Circles surveyed in the North-East of Scotland, chiefly in Banffshire, with measured Plans and Drawings, obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 164-206)
Coles, Fred. R
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Note on a Copy of the First Folio Shakespeare in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. (pp 207-12)
Dickson, W K
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Notes on the Churchyards of Currie, Kirknewton, and the Calders. (pp 217-45)
Reid, Alan
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Stone Circles at Grenish, Aviemore, and Delfour, Strathspey. (pp 245-54)
Cash, C G
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Traces of Cultus of the Nine Maidens in Scotland. (pp 255-65)
Mackinlay, J M
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Notes on a Brass Table Clock bequeathed to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by the late Hugh J Rollo, W.S., and a Silver-cased Table Clock bequeathed to the Society by the late Lady Jane Dundas. (pp 266-76)
Brook, Alexander J S
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Notice of Three Urns of the Drinking-cup Type and other Relics discovered in a Mound at Forglen, Banffshire. (pp 279-90)
Callander, J Graham
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Notice of Standing Stones, Cists, and hitherto unrecorded Cup-and-Ring-marks in various localities. (pp 291-327)
Coles, F R
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The Cemetery of Nunraw, East Lothian. (pp 328-42)
Abercromby, J & Pirrie, A Mactier
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Notice of a Jug of Peculiar Form found at Forfar, with an Additional Note on the Occurrence of Earthenware Jugs or Jars built into the Walls of Dwelling-houses in Scotland. (pp 352-5)
Hutcheson, Alexander
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Notice of an Earth-house at Ardross, Fife. (pp 355-7)
Chalmers, P MacGregor
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Notice of the Exploration of the Castle on the Isle of Loch Dochart, Perthshire. With Drawings of the Objects found, and Plans and View of the Castle. (pp 358-69)
Place, Mrs et. al.
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Notes on (1) A Drinking-cup Urn found at Bathgate; (2) the Exploration of the Floor of a Pre-historic Hut in Tiree; and (3) a Group of (at least) Sixteen Cinerary Urns found, with objects of Vitreous Paste and of Gold, in a Cairn at Stevenston, Ayrshire. (pp 369-402)
Mann, Ludovic McLellan
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The Roman Forts on the Bar Hill, Dumbartonshire, excavated by Mr Alexander Whitelaw of Gartshore, F.S.A. Scot. With a Note on the Architectural Remains by Thomas Ross, Architect, F.S.A. Scot.. (pp 403-546)
MacDonald, George & Park, Alexander
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Index (pp 547-72)
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