2011. 8 Conclusion. In: Lockerbie Academy. 10.5284/1017938.

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Article title
Title
8 Conclusion
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Issue
Article issue
Issue
Lockerbie Academy
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Article series
Series
Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
Volume
Volume
Article volume
Volume
46
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Article DOI
DOI
https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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Publication Type
MonographChapter
Abstract
Abstract
Article abstract
Abstract
The Neolithic timber hall is only the fourth to be excavated in Scotland while the Bronze Age cemetery is notable for the high-status artefacts recovered. The Anglian hall provides clear evidence of Northumbrian settlement in SW Scotland away from important monastic sites, which previously had been largely inferred from historical records, Anglian place-names and the discovery of Anglian crosses and other sculpture.
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Year of publication
Year of Publication
2011
ISBN
ISBN
ISBN
ISBN
0 903903 53 0
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Subjects / Periods
Bronze Age
Temporal - Auto Detected Anglian
Subject - Auto Detected Artefacts
Subject - Auto Detected Cemetery
Subject - Auto Detected Sculpture
Subject - Auto Detected Settlement
Subject - Auto Detected Timber Hall
Neolithic
Source
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Source
DigitalBorn
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Created Date
13-12-2014