Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal

volume 10, 2004.
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The Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee is a liaison group which aims to promote archaeology in Tayside (Perth and Kinross, Angus and Dundee) and Fife. TAFAC brings together individuals and organisations sharing a common interest in promoting and protecting the archaeology of the area.

Heather James: `Excavations at Kingsbarns, Fife, in an Iron Age short cist burial, prehistoric pits and a buried eighteenth century bridge within the designed landscape of Cambo’. Heather James and Paul Duffy: `Archaeological investigation on the Tarvit to Balmullo water pipeline route, Fife’.

Tayside and fife Archaeological Journal, vol 1 (), Meigle and lay patronage Illus 2. Stuart's drawing of the lost slab, Meigle no 10 (, pi LXXVI). Early history of the carved stones at Meigle Gordon mentions in that at Miggle, the delightful Tolkien-like name by which Meigle wasFile Size: 7MB.

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Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee (TAFAC) hold an annual conference on the first Saturday of November every year. Our conference takes place at venues throughout Tayside and Fife, in either Perth, Dundee or Fife and features local and national speakers.

Our highly regarded annual journal is published at the conference. Previously. Arbirlot (Gaelic: Obar Eilid) is a village in a rural parish of the same name in Angus, current name is usually presumed to be a contraction of Aberelliot: or Aber-Eliot: - both meaning the mouth of the Elliot.

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ISSN Hunter, Fraser and Rees, Alistair () Metalwork and glass, in A. Rees, The excavation of an Iron Age unenclosed settlement and an Early Historic multiple burial and metalworking area at Hawkhill, Lunan Bay, Angus. University of Stirling's Medieval Deer Parks Project’, Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal Vol 17 (Joint authorship with Kevin Malloy and Richard Oram).

() ‘New dating evidence for North Sea trade between England, Scotland and Norway in the 11 th century AD’, Radiocarbon 52 (Joint authorship with and on). Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal, pp. ISSN Haggarty, George () Newbigging Pottery Musselburgh, Scotland c - c Ceramic Resource Disc 1.

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() ‘A Middle Bronze Age dirk from the River Tay at Friarton, Perth’ in Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal [With T Cowie, B O’ Connor and P Northover] () ‘From Holy Rood to Estate Folly: Chapters in the Cultural Biography of the Goodlyburn Cross, Perthshire, Scotland’, Review of Scottish Culture [With I.

Hall, Derek, ‘Pre-Burghal St Andrews’, Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal, no. 1 (); pp. Hamilton, Jamie and Ronan Toolis, ‘Further excavations at the site of a medieval leper hospital at St Nicholas Farm, St Andrews’, Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal, 5 ().

See also Glenn, V., 'Thirteenth-century seals - Tayside, Fife and the wider world', Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal, no. 5, pp. A note written by Tonnochy on the back of a plaster cast reads: cf Impression from a fake matrix.

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First Contact: Rome and Northern Britain Perth: Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee, 59 – 61 Breeze, D.J. b ‘ Did Hadrian design Hadrian’s Wall. ’, Archaeologia Aeliana series 5, 87 – Cited by: 2.

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