The chapters constituting this volume originated as a series of lectures given to the Scottish Summer School in Archaeology at its Edinburgh meeting in 1955. On the death of the School's organizer, Dr. F. T. Wainwright, I have taken over the editing of this volume, and while of necessity the long interval between the original construction of the contributions, and their appearance in print, has led to changed viewpoints and an accession of new material, so far as possible the necessary adjustments have been made.
The University of Edinburgh 1962 . . .
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