D. Barrie, ed., (2006). Thainstone Business Park, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938.

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Thainstone Business Park, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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21
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23
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sair21.pdf (1 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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Monograph Chapter (in Series)
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Report on the excavation of a roundhouse and related structures dated by 14C to the first-second century AD. Internal details and building repairs allow some assessment of the structure of the building. The site also provides a well-dated context for a Guido class 13 glass bead, a type more common in isolated finds.
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Author:
Hillary K Murray
Charles J Murray
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Debra Barrie
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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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Torben Bjarke Ballin (Author contributing)
Andrew Heald (Author contributing)
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2006
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0 903903 90 3
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29 Jun 2006
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Torben Bjarke Ballin
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Andrew Heald
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Report on the excavation of a roundhouse and related structures dated by 14C to the first-second century AD. Internal details and building repairs allow some assessment of the structure of the building. The site also provides a well-dated context for a Guido class 13 glass bead, a type more common in isolated finds.
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This section presents details of site location and the circumstances behind the archaeological work.
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A description of the methodology is followed by an archaeological description of the roundhouse, two hearths or ovens and a four-post structure. Stratigraphic relationships across the site were destroyed by ploughing and drainage systems.
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A discussion of the four radiocarbon dates.
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Specialist reports on flint, a glass bead and a crucible.
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The presence of the bead and the crucible with its implications of bronze working on the site suggest that in the 1st-2nd centuries AD the site was either part of a settlement of some standing, or perhaps related to, or peripheral to a high-status settlement.
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Hillary K Murray
Charles J Murray
Report on the excavation of a roundhouse and related structures dated by 14C to the first-second century AD. Internal details and building repairs allow some assessment of the structure of the building. The site also provides a well-dated context for a Guido class 13 glass bead, a type more common in isolated finds.