Issue: A crannog of the first millennium AD

Subtitle excavations by Jack Scott at Loch Glashan, Argyll, 1960
Publication Type
Author Anne Crone
Ewan Campbell
Publisher Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Year of Publication 2005
Number of Pages: 176
Source biab_online
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URL: http://www.socantscot.org/partnumber.asp?cid=&pnid=116851
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Abstract
Jon C Henderson
20 - 24
Coleen E Batey
68 - 69
Effie Photos-Jones
68 - 71
Clare Thomas
72 - 81
Robert Lewis
81 - 85
Bernard Meehan
85 - 92
Ann Clarke
92 - 104
Coleen E Batey
105 - 108
Anita Quye
135
Effie Photos-Jones
135 - 138
Effie Photos-Jones
138 - 141
Effie Photos-Jones
141 - 143
Full publication of the site, including detailed specialist reports on the artefact assemblage. Includes a discussion of dating which concludes that there were up to four episodes of activity: in the second to fourth centuries AD; in the late-sixth to seventh centuries; in the eighth to ninth centuries; and a final, non-occupational, use by occupants of the fourteenth-century settlement on a nearby island.