Barber, J. W., Halstead, P., James, H. F. and Lee, F. (1989). An unusual Iron Age burial at Hornish Point, South Uist. Antiquity 63. Vol 63, pp. 773-778.

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An unusual Iron Age burial at Hornish Point, South Uist
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Antiquity 63
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Antiquity
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63
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773 - 778
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Journal
Abstract
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The remains of a twelve year-old child had been distributed, after partial decomposition, between four pits which also contained substantial remains of two cattle and two sheep. Several features reinforced the impression of a ritual act; was this a drowned unknown body requiring special treatment?
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John W Barber
Paul Halstead ORCID icon
Heather F James
Frances Lee
Year of Publication
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1989
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Burial (Auto Detected Subject))
Pits (Auto Detected Subject))
Iron Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
Sheep (Auto Detected Subject))
Cattle (Auto Detected Subject))
Ritual (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008