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Volume 70 (1935-36) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-32)
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On two inscribed stones of the early Christian period from the Border District (pp 33-9)
MacDonald, George
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Post-Reformation tombstones in the cathedral churchyard, St Andrews. (pp 40-119)
MacDonald, George
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An unrecorded stone circle, Loch Seaforth, Lewis (pp 122-4)
Thorneycroft, Wallace
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Scots Zoomorphic penannular brooches (pp 124-38)
Kilbride-Jones, H E
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Sculptured stones of Old Luce Church, Wigtownshire (pp 139-45)
Anderson, R S G
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Note on the Antonine Wall and Ditch near Donnybridge (pp 146-7)
Smith, Samuel
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New law regarding copyright of the Proceedings (pp 148-52)
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Account of the excavation of an iron smeltery, and of an associated dwelling and tumuli at wiltrow in the parish of Dunrossness, Shetland (pp 153-69)
Curle, Alexander O
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Excavations at the Doune of Invernochty (pp 170-81)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Screens and lofts in Scottish churches (pp 181-201)
Hannah, Ian C
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Die interchanges between Scottish Mints (pp 202-8)
Dakers, C H
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Address to the king (pp 209-16)
MacDonald, George
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The Dwarfie Stane, Hoy, Orkney: Its period and purpose; with a note on 'Jo Ben' and the Dwarfie Stane. (pp 217-36)
Calder, Charles S T& Macdonald, George
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Account of the excavation of a hut-circle with an associated earth-house at Jarlshof, Sumburgh, Shetland, conducted on behalf of H M office of works in 1935 (pp 237-51)
Curle, Alexander O
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An account of the excavation of further buildings of the Viking Period (Viking House No. II), at 'Jarlshof,' Sumburgh, Shetland, carried out on behalf of H.M. Office of works (pp 251-70)
Curle, Alexander O
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Notes on (1) The Parish Church of Falkirk, and (2) a food-vessel found at Camelon (pp 271-7)
Hunter, R L
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Late Bronze Age cemetery: being an account of the excavations of 1935 at Loanhead of Daviot, Aberdeenshire, on behalf of H M Home Office of Works (pp 278-310)
Kilbride-Jones, H E
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The ancient inscriptions of Kirkmandrine and Whithorn (pp 315-25)
Macalister, R A S
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A short cist containing a beaker and other relics at Newlands Oyne, Aberdeenshire (pp 326-31)
Low, Alexander
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Excavation of a kitchen-midden near Gullane, East Lothian (pp 332-41)
Younger, Harry J
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(1)Carminnow Fort (2) Supplementary excavations at the vitrified fort of Finavon, Angus; and (3) Some Bronze Age Vessels from Angus (pp 341-56)
Childe, V Gordon
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Marcus Cocceius Firmus: An epigraphic study (pp 363-77)
Birley, Eric
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A cinerary urn from Kirklands, Kirkoswald, Ayrshire (pp 378-80)
Edwards, Arthur
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Excavation at the Ness of Burgi, Shetland (pp 381-7)
Mowbray, Cecil L
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A Roman 'votive lantern' from Newstead (pp 387-91)
Lowther, A W G
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The Roman fort at Fendoch in Glenalmond: a preliminary note (pp 400-6)
Richmond, I A & McIntyre, J
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A stalled chambered cairn, the Knowe of Ramsay, at Hullion, Rousay, Orkney (pp 407-19)
Callander, J Graham
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Banchory Microliths. The River Terraces near Birkwood, Banchory, Kincardineshire (pp 419-34)
Paterson, Hilda & Lacaille, A D
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Reindeer antlers from Rousay, Orkney (pp 435-41)
Platt, Margery I
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Bronze Age urns of clay from Orkney and Shetland, with a note on vitreous material called 'cramp' (pp 441-52)
Callander, J Graham
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Index (pp 453-68)
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