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Volume 60 (1925-26) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-26)
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Notice of (1) Certain Bronze Implements from Dumfriesshire; and (2) a Symbol Stone from East Lomond Hill, Fife, recently presented to the National Museum. (pp 27-34)
Corrie, J M
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Discovery of Stone Cists at Stenness, Orkney. (pp 34-6)
Marwick, J G
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The Boundary between Scotland and England in the Portolan Charts. (pp 36-66)
Andrews, Michael C
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Culross Abbey and its Charters, with Notes on a Fifteenth-century Transumpt. (pp 67-94)
Douglas, William
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Notes on (1) a Casket of Cetacean Bone; and (2) a Highland Brooch of Silver. (pp 105-22)
Callander, J Graham
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Some Carved Stones from Argyll. (pp 123-32)
Graham, Angus
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The Development of Balvenie Castle. (pp 132-48)
Simpson, W Douglas
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A Royal Gift to the Hammermen of Edinburgh in 1641. (pp 155-60)
Smith, John
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Excavation of a number of Graves in a Mound at Ackergill, Caithness. With a Report on the Skeletal Remains from the Graves. (pp 160-82)
Edwards, Arthur J H & Bryce, Thomas H
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Domestic Candlesticks from the Fourteenth to the end of the Eighteenth Century. (pp 183-214)
Curle, Alexander O
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Note on Three Metal Matrices of Seals (of apparently the thirteenth century or thereby) in the National Museum of Antiquities, which bear the Emblem of the Stag-head Cabossed. (pp 218-26)
Stevenson, J H
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Roman Signal Stations on the East Coast. (pp 227)
Simpson, F G
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The Development of Inchcolm Abbey. (pp 227-53)
Paterson, J Wilson
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Notices of (1) a Stone Axe-hammer from Perthshire; and (2) Prehistoric and Mediaeval Graves on Airngath Hill, near Bo'ness. (pp 257-61)
Callander, J Graham
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The Excavation of a Prehistoric and Mediaeval Site near Blackside, Muirkirk, Ayrshire. (pp 262-6)
Fairbairn, Archibald
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Three Crosses in the South-west of Scotland. (pp 266-8)
Anderson, R S G
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Newhills Cross, Aberdeenshire. (pp 269-73)
Cruickshank, James
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Notes on Lulach's Stone, Kildrummy, Aberdeenshire; a Symbol Stone recently found in Mortlach Churchyard, Banffshire; and other Antiquities. (pp 273-80)
Simpson, W Douglas
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An Early Orkney Castle. (pp 281-300)
Clouston, J Storer
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Folklore of the Aberdeenshire Stone Circles and Standing-stones. (pp 304-13)
Ritchie, James
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Scotland's Supplication and Complaint against the Book of Common Prayer (otherwise Land's Liturgy), the Book of Canons, and the Prelates, 18th October 1637. (pp 314-83)
Fleming, D Hay
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Unrecorded Scottish Wood Carvings. (pp 384-408)
Richardson, James S
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The Guthrie Bell and its Shrine. (pp 409-20)
Eeles, Francis C
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Index (pp 421-55)
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