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Volume 77 (1942-43) - Table of Contents

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Meeting minutes (pp 1-4)
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Another late Viking house at Freswick, Caithness (pp 5-17)
Childe, V G
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The Knowe of Lairo, Rousay, Orkney (pp 17-26)
Grant, Walter G and Wilson, D
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A Pictish symbol stone from Golspie, Sutherland (pp 26-30)
Davidson, J M
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Some notable prehistoric and medieval monuments recently exmined by the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (pp 31-49)
Childe, V G, and Graham, Angus
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Communion Tokens of the Church of Scotland: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. (pp 49-146)
Kerr, R & Lockie, J R
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The Painted Ceiling in the Church of St Mary, Grandtully. (pp 147-54)
Graham, A
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Processional Roll of a Scottish Armorial Funeral, stated to have been used for the Obsequies of George, 1st Marquess of Huntly, 1636. (pp 154-73)
Innes, Thomas
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Report on standing stones and other remains near Fowlis Wester, Perthshire. (pp 174-84)
Young, Alison, Lacaille, A D and Zeuner, F E
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Notes: (1) A Hoard of Bronzes from Ballymore, Cowal, Argyll. (pp 184-7)
Childe, V Gordon
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Notes: (2) Discovery of a Short Cist containing a Beaker Urn at Boghead Farm, Pitsligo, Aberdeenshire. (pp 187)
Edwards, A J H
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Notes: (3) An Arrowhead of Rhyolitic Ash from Linlithgow, West Lothian. (pp 187-8)
Robertson, Anne S
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Notes: (4) One Hundred Years Ago. Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday, March 29, 1843. Interesting Relics from Hill of Knockie, Glentanner. Reproduction of clipping sent by Dr W Douglas Simpson. (pp 189)
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Notes: (5) An Encrusted Urn from Aberlemno, Angus. (pp 189-91)
Childe, V Gordon
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Notes: (6) Brimmond Treasure Trove. (pp 191-2)
Cruickshank, James
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Notes: (7) The Water-Gate Passage at Kildrummy Castle. (pp 192-4)
Simpson, W Douglas
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Donations to and purchases for the Museum (pp 195-8)
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Donations to and purchases for the Library (pp 198-9)
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Meetings of the Society (pp 200)
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Index (pp 201-9)
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