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Volume 52 (1917-18) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-12)
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Ptolemy's Geography of Albion. (pp 12-26)
Petrie, Flinders
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Notice of a Harp-shaped Fibula found on the Estate of Polmaise, Stirlingshire, and of Another in the Perth Museum. (pp 26-31)
Callander, J Graham
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Report of the Excavation of Two Cists found in making a Golf Course between Longniddry and Port Seton. (pp 32-4)
Curle, Alexander O
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Stone Cist found at Kildinny, near Forteviot, Perthshire. (pp 35-7)
Coates, Henry
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A Sculptured Relief of the Roman Period at Colinton. (pp 38-48)
MacDonald, George
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Notice of Four Ancient Scottish Standards, with Detailed Description of the Recently Discovered Marchmont Standard. (pp 49-60)
Paul, James Balfour
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Notes on the Excavation of an Artificial Mound at Kidsneuk, Bogside, Parish of Irvine, Ayrshire. (pp 60-6)
Watson, G P H
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Note on a Collection of Sherds of Mediaeval Pottery from the Artifical Mound at Kidsneuk, Bogside, Ayrshire. (pp 66-70)
Curle, Alexander O
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Note on Some Sixteenth-Century Needlework Hangings in Dalmahoy House and in the Royal Scottish Museum. (pp 72-81)
Scott-Moncrieff, R
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Note on a Cloth of Estate traditionally said to have been worked by Mary Queen of Scots and her Ladies when in England. (pp 82-5)
Stewart, W Balfour
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Cup-Marks on the Stone Circles and Standing-Stones of Aberdeenshire and part of Banffshire. (pp 86-121)
Ritchie, James
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Note on a Cresset found near Hawick. (pp 122-5)
Graham, Angus
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Further Discovery of Three Celtic Cross-Slabs at St Andrews; and Note on a Crusie. (pp 126-30)
Fleming, D Hay
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Three Food-Vessel Urns, a Cup-Marked Stone, and Other Objects discovered at Sheriffton, near Perth. (pp 131-9)
Callander, J Graham
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The Prehistoric and Early Use of Pitchstone and Obsidian. With Report on Petrology; and Note of Egyptian and Aegean Discoveries. (pp 140-9)
Mann, Ludovic McL et. al.
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Glasgow Cathedral in the Thirteenth Century, from an Ancient Seal : With Sidelights on Contemporary History. (pp 151-8)
Primrose, Rev. James
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The Incidence of Saints' Names in relation to Scottish Fairs. (pp 159-70)
Paul, James Balfour
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Agricola and the Antonine Wall. (pp 174-81)
Haverfield, Professor
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Some Early Orkney Armorials. (pp 182-203)
Clouston, J Storer
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Roman Coins found in Scotland. (pp 203-76)
MacDonald, George
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Index (pp 277-95)
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