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Artefactual, Environmental and Archaeological Evidence from the Holyrood Parliament Site Excavations

Barclay, Gordon G and Anna Ritchie (Editors)

with contributions from Adrian Cox, Derek Hall, Effie Photos-Jones, Robin Murdoch, Julie Franklin, Shelley Brown, Torben Bjarke Ballin, Catherine Smith, Claire Thomas, Nicholas Holmes, Dennis Gallagher, Jo Dawson, Stephen Carter, Tim Holden, Mhairi Hastie, Ruby Ceron-Carrasco and Simon Stronach.

Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 40 (2010)


Abstract: A summary of these specialist reports (Parts 1 and 2) was published in 2008 in the monograph on the Holyrood Parliament Site Project: Scotland's Parliament Site and the Canongate: Archaeology and History by the Holyrood Archaeology Project Team, Chapter 3.9 & 3.10 (HAPT 2008). Except for sections 3.9 and 3.10, Chapter 3 in that monograph has been repeated here as Part 3, in order to provide the archaeological context for the artefactual and environmental evidence alongside the specialist reports.

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