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Volume 59 (1924-25) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-18)
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Note on a Primitive Weapon or Tool, fashioned by fixing a Stone in a Wooden Shaft, found in a Moss at Bogancloch, Parish of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. (pp 18-20)
Curle, James
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Long Cairns and other Prehistoric Monuments in Aberdeenshire and Banffshire, and a Short cist at Bruceton, Alyth, Perthshire. (pp 21-8)
Callander, J Graham
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Notes on a Group of Chipped Stone Implements from Roxburghshire and Berwickshire. (pp 29-33)
Corrie, J M
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The Augustinian Priory and Parish Church of Monymusk, Aberdeenshire. (pp 34-71)
Douglas Simpson, W
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Notes on Old Wells and a Stone Circle at Kenmore. (pp 75-8)
Gillies, Rev. William A
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Notes on a Cross-Slab at Clanamacrie and Diarmaid's Pillar in Glen Lonain, Argyll, and on a Sculptured Stone in Glen Buckie, Perthshire. (pp 79-84)
Thomson, William
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Excavation of a Chambered Cairn at Ham, Caithness, and of a Hut-Circle and Two Earth-Houses at Freswick Links, Caithness. With a Note on a Winged Horse carved on one of the Lintels in the Earth-House at Crichton Mains, Midlothian. (pp 85-95)
Edwards, Arthur J H
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Notes on Five Documents relating to the Lands of Feoroule in Roxburghshire, dating from 1453-1542. (pp 96-105)
Douglas, William
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Battle Site in Gorten Bay, Kentra, Ardnamurchan. (pp 105-8)
Lethbridge, Thomas C
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A Hoard of Bronze Objects from Wester Ord, Ross-shire, and an Early Iron Age Burial at Blackness Castle, Linlithgowshire. (pp 113-9)
Richardson, James S
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A Hoard of Coins, Two Spoons, and a Cane Top of Silver from Irvine, and a Spoon of the same Metal from Haddington. (pp 120-7)
Callander, J Graham
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Whin-Mills in Aberdeenshire. (pp 128-42)
Ritchie, James
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Some Ancient Crosses in Dumbartonshire and adjoining Counties. (pp 143-53)
Lacaille, A D
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Some Old Scottish Dances. (pp 158-61)
Carruthers, A Stanley
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Two Unrecorded Crosses in Wigtownshire. (pp 162-5)
Anderson, R S G
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The Architectural History of Bothwell Castle. (pp 165-93)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Interim Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Mumrills, near Falkirk. (pp 194-5)
MacDonald, George & Curle, Alexander O
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The Mutiny Stones, Berwickshire. (pp 198-204)
Craw, James Hewat
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Notes on (1) a Bronze Age Grave at Craigscorry, Beauly, Inverness-shire, and (2) Two Urns from Aberdeenshire. (pp 204-10)
Callander, J Graham
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Variations of the Dog Lock found on Scottish Firearms of the Seventeenth Century. (pp 211-120)
Whitelaw, Charles E
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Earth-House or Galleried Building near Durness, Sutherland. (pp 221-3)
Mathieson, John
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Notes on a Portrait at Abbotsford. (pp 224-31)
Bell, Walter Leonard
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The Discovery of a Short Cist at Rendall, Orkney. (pp 236-7)
Kirkness, William
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Exploration of a Cairn on Canna. (pp 238-9)
Lethbridge, Thomas C
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Notes on Discoveries in St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall. (pp 239-51)
Mooney, John
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Recent Discoveries in Arran. (pp 252-6)
Mann, Ludovic McL
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The Old-Celtic Inscribed and Sculptured Stone at Auquhollie, Kincardineshire, and Ogam in Scotland. (pp 257-69)
Diack, Francis C
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Further Discoveries on the Line of the Antonine Wall. (pp 270-95)
MacDonald, George
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Index (pp 296-318)
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