Alldritt, Diane. 2007. 5 Identification of carbonised plant remains. In: Excavation of a Bronze Age funerary site at Loth Road, Sanday, Orkney. 10.5284/1017938.

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5 Identification of carbonised plant remains
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Excavation of a Bronze Age funerary site at Loth Road, Sanday, Orkney
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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25
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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MonographChapter
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The analysis of the material produced no evidence for domestic activities, such as cereal processing, for the use of plant material as votive offerings or for feasting. Pit contexts contained the highest concentration of burnt peat and heather fragments, while cist contexts contained the highest concentration of cremated bone fragments with very few carbonised plant remains.
Author
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Diane M Alldritt
Year of Publication
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Year of publication
Year of Publication
2007
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0 903903 95 4
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Subject - Auto Detected Cremated Bone
Subject - Auto Detected Carbonised Plant Remains
Subject - Auto Detected Cereal
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05-06-2015