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Volume 56 (1921-22) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-26)
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An Earthenware Pot found in a Grave at Dunbar, East Lothian, and Three Short Cists discovered on the Golf-course there. (pp 27-33)
Callander, J Graham
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Cup-marked Stones in Strathtay, Perthshire. (pp 34-43)
Dixon, John H
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Notes on the Discovery of a Rock-Sculpture at Gallows Outon, Whithorn, Wigtownshire. (pp 44-5)
Anderson, R S G
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Two Trials for Witchcraft. (pp 46-60)
Murray, Miss M A
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Report on a Short Cist found at Camelon, Falkirk. (pp 65-6)
Buchanan, Mungo
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A Cross-Slab found at St John's Chapel, Canisbay, Caithness. (pp 66-7)
Nicolson, John
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A Rune-Inscribed Stone from Birsay, Orkney. (pp 67-71)
Marwick, Hugh
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The Monypenny Breviary. (pp 72-110)
Van de Put, Albert
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A Note on the Liturgical Use of the Monypenny Breviary. (pp 111-7)
Eeles, Francis C
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Ancient Sculpturings in Tiree. (pp 118-26)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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An Account of the Excavation of a Cairn and of the Remains of Four other Cairns in the Parish of Muirkirk, Ayrshire, and the Discovery of a Deposit of Burnt Human Bones at Borland, Old Cumnock, Ayrshire. (pp 126-33)
Fairbairn, Archibald
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The Architectural History of Huntly Castle. (pp 134-63)
Simpson, W Douglas
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A Remarkable Stone Implement resembling a Knife found at Caisteal nan Gillean, Oronsay. (pp 164-8)
Grieve, Symington
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The Broch of Mousa : a Survey by H.M. Office of Works. (pp 172-83)
Paterson, J Wilson
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Some Roxburgh Grave-Slabs and a Coped Stone at Ancrum. (pp 184-8)
Craw, J Hewat
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Account of the Excavations on Traprain Law during the Summer of 1921. (pp 189-259)
Cree, James E & Curle, Alexander O
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Observations on the Pre-Neolithic Industries of Scotland. (pp 261-81)
Breuil, Abbe H
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Ancient Wooden Trap from the Moss of Auquharney, Aberdeenshire. (pp 282-7)
Reid, R W
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Ptolemaic Scotland. Some New Suggestions based on recent Research and on the work of Glazenbrook Rylands. (pp 288-301)
Richmond, I A
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Some Observations regarding the Use of Armorial Bearings by the Native Families of Orkney. (pp 301-18)
Traill, H L Norton
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A Hoard of Coins found in Linlithgowshire. (pp 321-4)
MacDonald, George
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The Accounts of St Salvator's College, St Andrews, comprising the Ordinary Revenue and Expenditure, the Casual and Contingent Profits, etc., from 1679 to 1689, and Details of the Revenue in 1691. (pp 325-50)
Fleming, D Hay
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Three Bronze Age Hoards recently added to the National Collection, with Notes on the Hoard from Duddingston Loch. (pp 351-64)
Callander, J Graham
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A Food-Vessel Urn from Oban, Argyll. (pp 364-5)
Callander, J Graham
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Index (pp 366-99)
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