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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 671446

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/671446

NJ90NW 227 941 060

In 1891 the 'lower stage of...a buttress of the church...of Morayshire sandstone' was uncovered while rebuilding a house adjacent to 12 Carmelite Lane. To the SE of this a large number of human burials were found at the same time.

(Associated with Carmelite Friary NJ90NW 49).

Aberdeen Journal, 20 June 1891, 5; Aberdeen Ecclesiological Society 1893; J A Stones 1989.

Nothing is now visible of this fragment of church masonry.

Visited by RCAHMS (JRS, ATW), 26 February 1997.

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