Published November 2001, 161pp. c. 69 illus. Out of print.

Contents:
Trevor Cowie and Mark Hall: `Late Bronze Age metalwork from Scottish rivers: a rediscovered sword from the River Forth near Cambus, Clackmannanshire, in its wider context’.

Heather James: `Excavations at Kingsbarns, Fife, in 1997-8: 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’.

Gordon Barclay: `The excavation of an early medieval enclosure at Upper Gothens, Meikleour, Perthshire’.

Colin Macleod and Ben Wilson: `Did a beaked whale inspire the “Pictish Beast”?’

Colm Moloney and Louise Baker: `Evidence for the form and nature of a medieval burgage plot in St Andrews: An archaeological excavation on the site of the Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, St Andrews’.

Stephen Carter: `A reassessment of the origin of the St Andrews “garden soil”.

Christopher Lowe: `The distribution and survival of medieval and later deposits in the medieval burgh of Crail, Fife’.

Timothy Holden, Howard Murray and Christopher Lowe: `The King’s Mills, Crail’.

Ray Cachart and Adrian Cox: `Archaeological excavation at the White Church, Comrie’.

Stuart Farrell: `Fife gravestones: a personal view’.

Iain Fraser: `Three Perthshire Water Meadows: Strathallan, Glendevon and Bertha’.