Excerpt from Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Vol. 5: One Hundred and Fifteenth Session, 1894-95
Monumental Etfigies of Scotland - coatmuol. Tomb with Effigy of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, in the Priory Church, Beauly, Elevation ofthe Tomb of Sir Kenneth Mack... enzie at Beauly, Tomb with Effigy of a Stewart (alexander, Duke of Albany), in Elgin Cathedral, Etfigics of a Lord and Lady of Callender, at Falkirk, E¿igics ofa Lord and Lady of Callender, at Falkirk, E¿igies of Thomas Gordon of Ruthven, in Ruthven Church and Sir Simon Carruthers, at Mouswald Church, Tomb with Effigy of \villiam de la Hay, in Elgin Cathedral, Tomb with Elfigies of a Lord and Lady of the Douglases of Dalkeith, in Dalkeith Church, Tomb with E¿igy of Alexander Gordon, First Earl of Huntly, in Elgin Cathedral, E¿igies of Sir John Houston and his Wife, Agnes Campbell, in Houston Church, Etfigics of Gilbert Menzies 0f Pitfoddels, and his \vife, Marjory Liddel, in Maryculter Church, Tomb with E¿igy of an Innes of Innesmarkie, in Elgin Cathedral, Efiigies of Lord Borthwick and his Lady, in Borthwick Church, Elevation of the Monument of Lord Borthwick in Borthwick Parish Church, Details ofetligies of Lord Borthwick and his Lady, Borthwick Church, Etfigies of John Collison and his Wife, Margaret Setoun, St Nicholas' Church, Aberdeen, Effigy of Alexander Irvine of Drum, St Nicholas' Church, Aberdeen, Tomb with Effigy of Lord Seton, Seton Chapel, Scraper and Scraper-shaped Knife of Flint, from Mackay Cave at Oban, Tool of Bone and Bone Borer from Distillery Cave, Oban, Profile of Skull B from macarthur Cave, Oban Facial View of Skull B from macarthur Cave, Vertex View of Skull B from b-iacarthur Cave, Profile of Skull A from macarthur Cave, Ball of Rockerystal, Mounted in Silver as a Charm, from Inverleny, View of Cist at Easterton of Roseisle, Ground-plan of Cist at Easterton of Roseisle, Sculptured Stone forming one side ofthe Cist at Easterton ofroseisle, Obverse and Reverse.
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