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Volume 41 (1906-07) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-10)
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Notice of the Excavation of a Broch at Jarlshof, Sumburgh, Shetland. (pp 11-33)
Bruce, John
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On Terra-cotta Lamps. (pp 34-64)
Clephan, Robert Coltman
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Notice of a Stone Fort near Kirkandrews, in the Parish of Borgue, Kirkcudbright, recently excavated by James Brown, Esq., of Knockbrex. (pp 68-80)
Barbour, James
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The Churchyard Memorials of Lasswade and Pentland. (pp 81-99)
Reid, Alan
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Notes on an Account of the Expenditure of Archibald, ninth Earl of Argyll, in the Maintenance of his Household, etc. at Inveraray in the year 1680. (pp 100-7)
Curle, Alex. O
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Notice of (1) A Stone Cist containing a Skeleton and a Drinking-cup Urn discovered at Mains of Leslie, Aberdeenshire; (2) a small Cinerary Urn from Mill of Wardes, Insch, Aberdeenshire; (3) of Cinerary Urns and other remains from the estate of Logie-Elphinstone, Aberdeenshire; and (4) a Bronze Sword from Grassielack, Daviot, Aberdeenshire. (pp 116-29)
Callander, J Graham
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Report on Stone Circles surveyed in the North-East of Scotland (Banffshire and Moray), with measured Plans and Drawings; obtained under the Gunning Fellowship. (pp 130-72)
Coles, Fred. R
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Notes on the Old Crosskirk at Quendale in Dunrossness, Shetland, and its Monumental Stones. (pp 173-80)
Fotheringham, Rev. W
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Excavation of a Rock-Shelter at Dunollie, Oban. (pp 181-2)
MacDougall, A J
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The Relative Chronology of some Cinerary Urn Types of Great Britain and Ireland. (pp 185-274)
Abercromby, John
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Excavations near Forglen House on the borders of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire. (pp 275-85)
Gray, H St George
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Notice of a Presentation by George III. to the Church and Parish of Kirkpatrick-Durham. (pp 286-9)
Stark, Rev. W A
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Notes on Ornamental Stone Balls, with reference to two Specimens presented to the National Museum by Mr Andrew Urquhart. (pp 290-300)
Munro, Robert
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A Calendar of Charters and other Writs relating to Lands or Benefices in Scotland in possession of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. (pp 303-92)
Livingstone, Matthew
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Notice of the Discovery of a Bronze-Age Cist and Urn in the West Links, North Berwick. With Notes on the Bones found in the Cist. (pp 393-400)
Cree, James Edward & Richardson, Js et. al.
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Notice of the recent Discovery of a Cist, with Fragments of Urns and a Jet Necklace, at Law Park, near St Andrews; with a Note of the Discovery, near the same place, of a Cremation Cemetery of the Bronze Age, with many Cinerary Urns, in 1859. (pp 401-14)
Fleming, D Hay
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Duke Murdoch's Castle, Loch Ard, Perthshire. (pp 420-3)
Christison, David
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Notice of Kitchen-midden Deposits on North Berwick Law, and other Antiquities in the vicinity of North Berwick; with a Note of an Undescribed Sculptured Stone, with Symbols, in the Island of Raasay. (pp 424-36)
Richardson, J S
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Notice of Bronze Brooches and Personal Ornaments from a Ship-burial of the Viking time in Oronsay, and other Bronze Ornaments from Colonsay. Presented to the National Musem by the Right Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount-Royal, G.C.M.G. With Description, from Notes by the late William Galloway, of a ship-burial of the Viking time at Kiloran Bay, Colonsay. (pp 437-50)
Anderson, Joseph
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Note of Excavations on Ruberslaw, Roxburghshire, supplementary to the Description of the Fortifications thereon. (pp 451-3)
Curle, Alex. O
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Communion Tokens of the Established Church of Scotland - Sixteenth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries. (pp 453-604)
Brook, Alexander J S
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Index (pp 605-48)
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