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Treenail, or wooden fastening peg, from a boat component discovered at the N end of the loch by Dr David MacFadyen in 2000 which has been C14-dated to around 1100 AD. The treenail has been tightened w ...

DP 175346

Description Treenail, or wooden fastening peg, from a boat component discovered at the N end of the loch by Dr David MacFadyen in 2000 which has been C14-dated to around 1100 AD. The treenail has been tightened with a wedge. Scale in centimetres. (Colin Martin)

Date 2008

Collection Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Catalogue Number DP 175346

Category On-line Digital Images

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1407407

Collection Hierarchy - Item Level

Collection Level (551 434) Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Group Level (551 434/7) Maritime Landscape

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