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Volume 72 (1937-38) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-22)
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The Vitrified Fort at Rahoy, Morvern, Argyll. (pp 23-43)
Childe, V G & Thorneycroft, Wallace
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The Experimental Production of the Phenomena Distinctive of Virtified Forts. (pp 44-55)
Childe, V G & Thorneycroft, Wallace
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The Abbey of Aberbrothock: Two Early Thirteenth-Century Seals. (pp 56-67)
Gilruth, J D
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Ancient Portable Money-Box or 'Offerand Stok'. (pp 68)
Taylor, Charles
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Doune Castle. (pp 73-83)
Simpson, W Douglas
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The Armorial De Berry. (Scottish Section). (pp 84-114)
Clouston, J Storer
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Suggestions for the Dates of Four Scottish Monuments. (pp 115-21)
Boyle, Mary E
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Notes on Scottish Coins: (1) Rex Scottorum Pennies of David II.; (2) Edinburgh Light Groats of Robert III.; (3) Some James II. Groats of the Third Variety of the Fleur-de-lis Groats; and (4) Gilbert Kirkwood's Mark on a Gold Coin of James V. (pp 122-8)
Dakers, M C
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A Bronze Bowl from the Rhinns of Galloway. (pp 137-42)
Anderson, Rev. R S G
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Cup and Ring-Markings on Craig Ruenshin, with some Comparative Notes. (pp 143-9)
Young, Alison
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Scottish Late Bronze Age Axes and Swords (pp 150-77)
Henderson, William
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Scottish Gravers of Flint and Other Stones. (pp 180-92)
Lacaille, A D
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Excavations of Three Neolithic Chambered Cairns-One with an Upper and a Lower Chamber-in the Islands of Eday and the Calf of Eday in Orkney. (including Report on the Pottery by Edwards, A J H) (pp 193-213)
Calder, Charles S T
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Three Fragments of a Sculptured Cross of Anglian Type now preserved in Abercorn Church, West Lothian. (pp 217-23)
Calder, Charles S T
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The Edinburgh Touchplates: Some New Light on Their Origin and Purpose. (pp 224-31)
Bisset, Lt Col J S
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Excavation of Two Bronze Age Burial Sites in Ayrshire. (pp 235-47)
McLeod, Alexander G
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Tolquhon Castle and its Builder. (pp 248-72)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Excavations at Birrens, 1936-37 (with contributions by Richmond, I A, Stanfield, J A and Hedley, W Percy). (pp 275-347)
Birley, Eric
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Excavations carried out by H.M. Office of Works in the Bronze Age Levels at Jarlshof in 1937. (pp 348-63)
Childe, Professor V Gordon
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A Bronze-Gilt Harness Mounting from Jarlshof. (pp 363-5)
Edwards, A J H
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Glass Armlets in Britain. (pp 366-95)
Kilbride-Jones, H E
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Index (pp 397-409)
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