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Publication Account

Date 2007

Event ID 587176

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Publication Account


NG82 3 DUNAN (‘Dornie’)

NG/8824 2645

Possible broch in Lochalsh, Ross and Cromarty, parts of the walls of which were apparently standing 3.0 - 3.6m (10-12 ft) high in 1800; the foundations could be seen in 1890 [2]. There is nothing to be seen now [1] at the site which is on a small, flat-topped spur.

Finds reported to have been made there include 2 stone “ladles” – perhaps handled cups, a stone “image”, and a “block seal”.

Sources 1. NMRS site no. NG 82 NE 13: 2. Wallace 1898, 115.

E W MacKie 2007

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