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Proceedings volume 147: Advance Table of Contents
4th September 2018 | Categories:
We are pleased to share the Table of Contents for volume 147 of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, which will publish in November 2018. The 13 papers that comprise this year’s volume cover a broad sweep of Scotland’s past – from the early Neolithic to the late 19th century – and present topics ranging from crannogs in the north-east of Scotland, to a Scottish regent’s patronage of a French cathedral.
Please see the Table of Contents listed below for a preview of this year’s fascinating selection of papers, and don’t forget to come back at the end of November to read the papers in full!
- Littleferry, Sutherland: an earlier prehistoric coastal site in context Richard Bradley, Aaron Watson, Ronnie Scott and Annette Jack
- A prehistoric cremation burial at Duns Law Farm, near Duns, Scottish Borders Sue Anderson
- Kisimul, Isle of Barra. Part 2: Archaeology and prehistoric occupation Julie Franklin
- Ava’: a Beaker-associated woman from a cist at Achavanich, Highland, and the story of her (re-)discovery and subsequent study Maya Hoole, Alison Sheridan, Angela Boyle, Thomas Booth, Selina Brace, Yoann Diekmann, Iñigo Olalde, Mark G Thomas, Ian Barnes, Jane Evans, Carolyn Chenery, Hilary Sloane, Hew Morrison, Sheena Fraser, Scott Timpany and Derek Hamilton
- Another Pictish cross-of-arcs: an old find from Shetland re-interpreted Anna Ritchie
- The earliest portrait of St Columba: Cod Sang 555, p 166 Jane Geddes
- A new chronology for crannogs in north-east Scotland Michael J Stratigos and Gordon Noble
- The artistic patronage of John Stuart, Duke of Albany, 1520–30: Vic-le-Comte, the last Sainte-Chapelle Bryony Coombs
- Scottish Lettering of the 16th century Aidan Harrison and Charles J Burnett
- The aquatic context of Caisteal Ormacleit, South Uist, Outer Hebrides: Lady Penelope’s chateau and its canals Stewart Angus
- Hebridean Gaels and the sea in the early 19th century: ‘the streaming ocean of the roadways’ Kevin James Grant
- Ossianic gold: an enhanced object biography of a Viking Age or Late Norse finger-ring from the Isle of Jura in the collection of Glasgow Museums Katinka Dalglish with James Graham-Campbell
- Stevenson at Vulcano in the late 19th century: a Scottish mining venture in southern Europe E Photos-Jones, B Barrett and G Christidis
There’s still time to submit your article to the next volume of the Proceedings! Please visit the author guidelines page or contact the Managing Editor for more information.