Abernethy, D. (1995). Recent archaeological work at Ballymeanoch and Dunchraigaig, Kilmartin Glen, Mid Argyll.

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Recent archaeological work at Ballymeanoch and Dunchraigaig, Kilmartin Glen, Mid Argyll
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Reports on investigations undertaken during landscaping work associated with the establishment of an Historic Scotland management agreement at the site of a henge, cairns, standing stones and a barrow. Geophysical survey revealed several anomalies, one of which (a ditch) was subject of a trial excavation but no finds were recovered. Fieldwalking also failed to produce surface finds relating to prehistoric activity -- possibly because the site was once covered with blanket peat that has now been stripped away. Appendices catalogue photographs and contexts [19--23].
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Duncan Abernethy
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1995
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Prehistoric (MIDAS)
1923 (Auto Detected Temporal)
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21 Jan 2002