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Papers and journal articles relating to archaeological work in Caithness and other parts of Scotland

551 146/2/5/1

Description Papers and journal articles relating to archaeological work in Caithness and other parts of Scotland

Collection John Nicolson

Catalogue Number 551 146/2/5/1

Category All Other

Accession Number 2005/182

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1312678

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Collection Level (551 146) John Nicolson

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Manuscripts MS 2753/55 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XXXVIII, signed by Dr Anderson. Article 'Notices of a sculptured stone with ogham inscription, from Latheron, presented to the National Museum by Sir Francis Tress Barry, Keiss Castle, Caithness; and of two sculptured stones, recently discovered by Rev D Macrae at Edderton, Ross-shire' by Joseph Anderson, Assistant-Secretary and Keeper of the Museum. 1903 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/56 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XXXIX. Article 'Description of sepulchral urns exhibited by Col. Malcolm, of Poltalloch' by Joseph Anderson, Assistant-Secretary and Keeper of the Museum. 1904 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/57 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XXXIX. Article 'Report on the Society's Excavations of Forts on the Poltalloch Estate, Argyll, in 1904-5' by Dr Christison, Secretary. Relics described by Dr Joseph Anderson; Plans taken by Dr Thomas Ross, Architect' 1904 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/58 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XXXV containing series of articles. 1900 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/59 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XXXIX containing article 'Notes on a Romano-British hoard of Bronze vessels and personal ornaments found in a moss on Lamberton Moor, Berwickshire by Joseph Anderson, Assistant Secretary and Keeper of the Museum. 1904 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/60 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume XLV, containing article 'On the examination of two hut circles in the Strath of Kildonan, Sutherlandshire, one of which has an earth house annexed' by Alexander O Curle, Secretary. Annotated 'with the author's compliments'. 1910 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/69 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. VII, 1920-21 'The Broch of Dun Troddan, Gleann Beag, Glenelg, INverness-shire' by Alexander O Curle. 1920 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/66 Offprint from 'Scottish Woollens', no. 41, May 1952 entitled 'Highland Ornaments and Weapons'. 5/1952 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/68 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. XCVI, 1962-63 'Early and traditional cultivating implements in Scotland' by Alexander Fenton. 1962 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/70 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. II, 1915-16 'Account of Excavations on Traprain Law in the parish of Prestonkirk, County of Haddington, in 1915' by A O Curle and James E Cree. Inscribed 'with A O Curle's kind regards' 1915 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/74 Partial offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. 33, 1898-9, ' Notice of a Highland brooch in silver, ornamented with Neillo, exhibited by Mr J S Omond; and of other Highland brooches in silver and brass' and 'Notes on three buttons of jet or cannel-coal found in a cist at Old Windymains, Keith Marischal, East Lothian' both by Joseph Anderson. Cover of offprint annotated 'with Dr Anderson's compliments' 1899 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/71 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. VII, 1920-21 'Account of Excavations on Traprain Law during the summer of 1920' by Alexander O Curle and James E Cree. 1921 Item Level
All Other MS 2753/72 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. VIII, 1922-22 'A cross-slab found at St John's Chapel, Canisbay, Caithness' by John Nicolson, Corresponding Member. 5 copies. 1921 Batch Level
All Other MS 2753/75 Booklet entitled 'Prehistoric brochs of Caithness. A paper read by Sir Francis Tress Barry, Bart., F.S.A., and Hon. Mem. S.A.S., at a meeting of the Society of the Society of Antiquaries in London, on June the 8th, 1899.' 2 copies 1899 Batch Level
All Other MS 2753/79 Typed summaries of 'The principal types of prehistoric monuments to be found in different regions of Scotland', 'Description of a broch' and 'The origin and purpose of brochs'. Probably used as explanatory text in the Auckengill Museum. Batch Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/61 Offprint inscribed 'Sir Francis Tress Barry Bart' from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume 39, 1904-5, containing article 'Notes (I) On a human skeleton found in a cist with a beaker urn, at Acharole, West Watten, Caithness and (II) On the cranial form associated with that type of ceramic' by Thomas H Bryce with 'An appendix on six skulls found with beakers in the north-east counties' by Alexander Low. 1905 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/115 Handbook of The Old Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England, now first collected and deciphered by Dr George Stephens F.S.A. Printed by Thiele in 1884 Item Level
All Other MS 2753/81 Typescript 'Suggested points to be considered in estimating the age of the Caithness brochs'. Probably prepared by Sir Francis Tress Barry. Typed by Marie Van Putten, 6 Martin's Lane, Cannon Street, E.C.. Same as MS/821/1. 5 sheets. Batch Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/83 Typescript. Text of lecture, probably to the Society of Antiquaries of London, June 12th 1902 describing the excavations at the broch of Hillhead, Wick, Caithness by Sir Francis Tress Barry. 10 sheets. Duplicate of MS/28/187/6. 6/1902 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/98 Offprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, volume 50, 1915-16 'The exploration of the site known as the Kirk Stones of Strupster, in the parish of wick, County of Caithness' by John Nicolson, Corresponding Member. 2 pages. 1916 Item Level
Manuscripts MS 2753/96 Publication note 'A skull found in North Caithness' by S T W. Brief note is illustrated with two photographs of a skull from Hillhead broch and is requesting that information about similar examples should be sent to Sir Francis Tress Barry, 1 South Audley Street. Item Level

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