Suddaby, I. and Ballin, T. Bjarke., (2011). Late Neolithic and Late Bronze Age lithic assemblages associated with a cairn and other prehistoric features at Stoneyhill Farm, Longhaven, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, 2002'“03 . In: n.e., Late Neolithic and Late Bronze Age lithic assemblages associated with a cairn and other prehistoric features at Stoneyhill Farm, Longhaven, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, 2002-03 . Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

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Late Neolithic and Late Bronze Age lithic assemblages associated with a cairn and other prehistoric features at Stoneyhill Farm, Longhaven, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, 2002'“03
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Late Neolithic and Late Bronze Age lithic assemblages associated with a cairn and other prehistoric features at Stoneyhill Farm, Longhaven, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, 2002-03
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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45
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52
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Prehistoric remains were recorded by CFA Archaeology Ltd (CFA) in 2002-03 during a programme of fieldwork at the landfill site within the boundaries of Stoneyhill Farm, which lies 7km to the southwest of Peterhead in Aberdeenshire. These included a clearance cairn with a Late Bronze Age lithic assemblage and a burial cairn, with Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age lithics and Beaker ceramics. Other lithic scatters of similar date had no certain associations, although pits containing near-contemporary Impressed Wares were nearby. Additional lithic assemblages included material dated to the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic. What may be proto-Unstan Wares in an isolated pit were associated with radiocarbon dates (barley) of the first half of the fourth millennium bc. These findings represent a substantial addition to the local area's archaeological record and form an important contribution to the understanding of lithic technology and ceramics in earlier prehistoric Scotland.
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Ian Suddaby
Torben Bjarke Ballin
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2011
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978 090 390 354 7
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Subject - Auto Detected: Radiocarbon Dates Barley
Subject - Auto Detected: Pit
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late Neolithic
Temporal - Auto Detected: Earlier Prehistoric
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late Bronze Age
Subject - Auto Detected: Pits
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithic
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Neolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Beaker Ceramics
Temporal - Auto Detected: Prehistoric
Subject - Auto Detected: Fieldwork
Subject - Auto Detected: Ceramics
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Bronze Age
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithic Scatters
Subject - Auto Detected: Burial Cairn
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithics
Mesolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Cairn
Prehistoric
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30 Jun 2011