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Argyll Archaeology provides advice and a wide range of practical archaeological services for a variety of clients including architects, private house builders, commercial developers, environmental agencies, museums and other archaeology organisations.

Argyll Archaeology is a small professional archaeology business based in Campbeltown in Argyll and run by Dr Clare Ellis. The business concentrates its fieldwork activities on the west coast of Scotland and the Scottish islands. As a consequence of its locality it not only offers extremely competitive rates but also an excellent working relationship with the relevant planning authorities and their archaeological advisers as well as a wealth of invaluable local knowledge.

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Ellis, C (2015) 'Schannochill Archaeological survey'. 339 Sha
Ellis, C (2015) 'Rhynaclach archaeological survey'. 339

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