Johnson, Melanie.,McSweeney, Kathleen. 2012. Unenclosed cremation cemetery and other features. In: An early Bronze Age unenclosed cremation cemetery and Mesolithic pit at Skilmafilly, near Maud, Aberdeenshire. 10.5284/1017938.

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Title
Article title
Title
Unenclosed cremation cemetery and other features
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Issue
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Issue
An early Bronze Age unenclosed cremation cemetery and Mesolithic pit at Skilmafilly, near Maud, Aberdeenshire
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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Article volume
Volume
53
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Article DOI
DOI
https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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Publication Type
MonographChapter
Abstract
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Article abstract
Abstract
A large pit measuring 3.2 m in diameter was radiocarbon dated to the Mesolithic. Charcoal of oak, birch and hazel was identified. The cremation cemetery comprised 41 circular and oval pits, 29 of which contained cremated bone. There were 11 urns of the Collared and Cordoned variety. Each of the pits is described in detail and specialist data on the pottery, human bone and radiocarbon dates is incorporated.
Author
Author
Article author
Author
Melanie Johnson
Kathleen McSweeney
Year of Publication
Year of Publication
Year of publication
Year of Publication
2012
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Subjects / Periods
Subject - Auto Detected Birch
Mesolithic
Subject - Auto Detected Cremation Cemetery
Subject - Auto Detected Hazel
Subject - Auto Detected Cremated Bone
Subject - Auto Detected Radiocarbon Dates
Subject - Auto Detected Charcoal
Subject - Auto Detected Pottery Human Bone
Subject - Auto Detected Pits
Subject - Auto Detected Pit
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DigitalBorn
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15-07-2014