White, R. H. (1986). Peel Castle excavations: Final Report (1), The Half-Moon Battery.

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Peel Castle excavations: Final Report (1), The Half-Moon Battery
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62
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Monograph
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Investigations begun by P S Gelling were completed after his death. Preceding the construction of the battery (c 1595/6) was a cemetery with four or five phases in 15th/16th century. Military use of the site began in mid-16th century. A substantial spread of Meso flints (Glen Wyllin/Ballacregga complex), the human bones, and the medieval and later pottery are given specialist treatment.
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Roger H White
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1986
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0 9512120 0 1
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Medieval (MIDAS)
Mid16th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
15th16th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Date Of Issue From: 1986
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05 Dec 2008