n.a., (2011). 1 Abstract. 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. p. 1.

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1 Abstract
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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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1
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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.\r\n\r\nThis paper is dedicated to the memory of Ian Shepherd, whose site visits enlightened this and other projects undertaken by one of the authors (IS).
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2011
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978 090 390 354 7
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Temporal - Auto Detected: Earlier Prehistoric
Subject - Auto Detected: Beaker Ceramics
Subject - Auto Detected: Pits
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late Bronze Age
Subject - Auto Detected: Pit
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Bronze Age
Subject - Auto Detected: Fieldwork
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Neolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Radiocarbon Dates Barley
Temporal - Auto Detected: Mesolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Ceramics
Prehistoric
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithic Scatters
Subject - Auto Detected: Burial Cairn
Late Neolithic
Subject - Auto Detected: Lithics
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17 Dec 2014