O'Sullivan, J., (1994). Excavation of an early church and a women's cemetery at St Ronan's medieval parish church, Iona. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 124. Vol 124, pp. 327-365.

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Excavation of an early church and a women's cemetery at St Ronan's medieval parish church, Iona
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 124
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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124
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327 - 365
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124_327_365.pdf (2 MB) : Download
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Remains of an earlier building and graves dating from the early medieval to early modern era were recorded. The antiquity and origin of the women's cemetery is considered and some Irish parallels drawn. There are specialist reports on: `Pottery' by Gordon A Turnbull (343--4); `Soil samples analysis' by Stephen Carter (344--5); `Mortar analysis' by Dianne Dixon (345--7); `Human bones' by Daphne Home Lorimer (347--53). There is an `Appendix: The Iona Cathedral Trust' (362).
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Jerry O'Sullivan
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1994
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Subject - Auto Detected: Human Bones
Subject - Auto Detected: Cemetery
Medieval
Subject - Auto Detected: Church
Subject - Auto Detected: Parish Church
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Modern
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Medieval
Subject - Auto Detected: Graves
Subject - Auto Detected: Womens Cemetery
Subject - Auto Detected: Pottery
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20 Jan 2002