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Castle Park, Dunbar

Perry, D.

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Edinburgh (2000)


On a rocky headland high above the harbour at Dunbar, on the Scottish east coast, excavations have revealed a long history of fortification.

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Perry, D. (2000) Castle Park, Dunbar. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN: 0903903148
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