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Brochs of Mousa and Clickhimin.

MS 28/379/5

Description Brochs of Mousa and Clickhimin.

Date 20/9/1861

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number MS 28/379/5

Category Manuscripts

Scope and Content Letter to John Stuart from John Bruce, Sand Lodge, Shetland, informing him that he has sent a box containing a stone knife found in Mousa broch, and two rough platters and sherds of a a pot. Suggests that a door for the broch is needed to prevent 'idle boys' from throwing down stones from the wall top and to shut out animals. Mr Spence is fund-raising for the clearance of the broch of Clickhimin.

Medium ink

Accession Number 1975/12

External Reference SAS 379


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