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The Excavation of Bronze Age Roundhouses at Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire

White, Ross and Phil Richardson

with contributions by T Bjarke Ballin, M Hastie, M Johnson, D McLaren, J Thoms, A Jackson and M Cressey.

Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 43 (2010)


Abstract: Excavations in summer 2005 to the north of Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, revealed the remains of at least three Bronze Age ring-ditch roundhouses and associated features, together apparently forming elements of an area of open settlement. The excavations were conducted in advance of the construction of a new bypass road around the north of Oldmeldrum, related to new housing development. George Wimpey (East Scotland Ltd) funded the project.

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