The Society is pleased to announce that Volume 149 of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is now available to Fellows via our journal platform, hosted by the University of Edinburgh Library. The papers in this year’s volume cover aspects of Scotland’s past from the Iron Age to the 19th century. This year’s journal also contains one Open Access paper, available to all, continuing our mission to promote Scottish heritage to as wide an audience as possible.
We are delighted to announce that one of the papers in this year’s journal has received an award for their contributions to scholarship. Dr Clarisse Godard Desmarest received the RBK Stevenson Award in recognition of her article ‘John Ritchie Findlay (1824-98): architectural patron and philanthropist’.
Please see the Table of Contents for this year’s Proceedings below and follow the links to read the articles.
The full backlist of issues can be explored via our journal website: journals.socantscot.org All papers are free to view after the in
itial two-year embargo period, while the most recent two years are available only to Society Fellows.
Obituary: Dr Harry Aubrey Woodruff Burl
Clanranald’s inland Uist waterway: fact or fiction?
Torwood Broch: the reassessment of a Complex Atlantic Roundhouse near Falkirk
Murray Cook, Graeme Cavers, Gemma Cruickshanks, Gemma Hudson, Fraser Hunter and Fiona McGibbon
The Earl of Buchan’s political landscape at Dryburgh, 1786–1829
Survey and excavation at an Iron Age enclosure complex on Turin Hill and environs
James O’Driscoll and Gordon Noble
‘Tuesday Morning’, the schoolboy and Mann: early medieval burials at Holm Park near Ballantrae, Ayrshire, Scotland
Nyree Finlay, Paul Duffy, Dene Wright, Adrián Maldonado and Ruby Cerón-Carrasco
La Roundele, Berwick-upon-Tweed: a lost southern broch?
Dun Ara: a Norse-period ‘harbour’ in Mull?
New dates for enclosed sites in north-east Scotland: results of excavations by the Northern Picts project
Gordon Noble, James O’Driscoll, Cathy MacIver, Edouard Masson-MacLean and Oskar Sveinbjarnarson
Old Kinord, Aberdeenshire: survey and excavation at an Iron Age settlement on Deeside
Tanja Romankiewicz, Richard Bradley and Amanda Clarke
Protecting a Pict?: further thoughts on the inscribed silver chape from St Ninian’s Isle, Shetland
Castle Camus, Isle of Skye: buildings, materials and radiocarbon analysis in the borderlands of medieval Sleat
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