Series: Aberdeen City Council Archaeological Unit unpublished report series

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Year of Publication (Start): 2007
Year of Publication (End): 2011
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A Cameron
Watching brief and recording well
2008
S Buchanan
Trial trenches and excavation of a stone structure
2009
S Buchanan
Trial trenching prior to redevelopment of this area and further excavation of a wooden structure.
2009
A Cameron
Report on archaeological observation of ground clearing revealed remains of the Aberdeenshire Canal.
2009
A Cameron
Recording of small soil strip carried out prior to creation of outside patio.
2008
A S Cameron
Watching brief of foundation trenches for extension to Aberdeen College.
2009
S Buchanan
Archaeological Walkover Surveys were carried out at Wellington Rd, North Loirston, Burnbanks, Sheddocksley and Greenfern, Aberdeen prior to thinning and replanting.
2009
S Buchanan
Two trenches dug for interpretation panels were watched by an archaeologist. No archaeological features were recorded.
2009
S Buchanan
An archaeological watching brief was undertaken on the site of a proposed development at Caberstone House, Belmont St, Aberdeen. The small excavated area (approx 60m sq) was situated between Caberstone House to the E-N/E and the Belmont Cinema to the W-S/W. The ground on site comprised made-up ground (mainly brown clay) cut through by services. The excavations had exposed some of the foundations for Caberstone House; otherwise there was no evidence for the existence or survival of any significant archaeological features.
2007
A S Cameron
This report is on a small research project to uncover the well at the Chapel of Stoneywood, record and consolidate it.
2009
A S Cameron
This site (NJ 94420624; Ill 1) lies close to the heart of the medieval burgh of Aberdeen. Although many of the existing buildings are no more than 40 years old, they were built before prior archaeological assessment became the norm on such development sites. Construction of the existing car park and other buildings, and associated landscaping, may have been destructive of some archaeological deposits. However, previous experience in other locations within the medieval burgh has revealed remarkable pockets of survival, and no opportunities must be lost to record any evidence which does remain. The first stage of evaluation work at the site, in 2003, indicated that some archaeological stratigraphy does survive on the site.
2009
A Cameron
A standing building survey of this 19th-century cottage/house was undertaken and a watching brief on it''s demolition and subsequent landscaping. Several phases of the development of the house were recorded.
2008
A S Cameron
Excavation of trenches after the demolition of Dunbar Halls of Residence revealed a well probably belonging to the medieval Bishop''s Palace.
2009
A S Cameron
Report on the evaluation of the interior of the East Kirk (2005) prior to a larger excavation in 2006.
2009
C Peters
Building recording of a 19th-century farm
2009
A S Cameron
Archaeological evaluation of playing fields to be developed into extension for Fisheries Research Centre.
2009
S Buchanan
Watching brief of soil strip and service trenches
2008
S Buchanan
Observation of soil strip.
2008
A S Cameron
Excavation of a lift shaft revealed medieval and earlier deposits.
2009
C Peters
Watching brief of a soil scrape for a new building and track.
2009
 
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