Dunwell, A. J., (2007). Cist burials and an Iron Age settlement at Dryburn Bridge, Innerwick, East Lothian. In: n.e., Cist burials and an Iron Age settlement at Dryburn Bridge, Innerwick, East Lothian. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

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Cist burials and an Iron Age settlement at Dryburn Bridge, Innerwick, East Lothian
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Cist burials and an Iron Age settlement at Dryburn Bridge, Innerwick, East Lothian
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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24
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126
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The excavations were directed over two seasons in 1978 and 1979 by Jon Triscott and David Pollock, and were funded by the Ancient Monuments Branch, Scottish Development Department. Features and artefacts of various periods were discovered during the excavations, including a Mesolithic chipped stone assemblage and pits associated with Impressed Ware pottery. A pair of distinctive burial cists dating to c2300'“2000 cal bc was discovered, each containing two inhumations, one articulated and the other disarticulated; a Beaker vessel was found directly above one of the cists. By the mid-first millennium cal bc a settlement had been founded on the site. Three successive settlement layouts can be interpreted from the excavated structures. The first two phases represent continuous occupation, dating to before 400 cal bc, and consisted of timber roundhouses, other rectangular structures and a small cemetery of pit graves located within a palisaded enclosure. The final occupation phase, which extended into the Roman Iron Age and may have occurred after a break in occupation, consisted of an unenclosed settlement of ring-ditch houses. Historic Scotland and predecessor bodies funded the post-excavation studies and publication of this report.
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Andrew J Dunwell
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2007
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0 903903 93 8
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Subject - Auto Detected: Pit Graves
Subject - Auto Detected: Artefacts
Subject - Auto Detected: Cemetery
Subject - Auto Detected: Timber Roundhouses
Subject - Auto Detected: Burial Cists
Subject - Auto Detected: Chipped Stone
Subject - Auto Detected: Palisaded Enclosure
Temporal - Auto Detected: Roman Iron Age
Temporal - Auto Detected: Iron Age
Subject - Auto Detected: Beaker Vessel
Temporal - Auto Detected: Mesolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Settlement
Subject - Auto Detected: Pottery
Subject - Auto Detected: Pits
Subject - Auto Detected: Burials
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01 May 2011