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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 671513

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NJ90NW 84 centred 9429 0640

During the excavation of 2-28 Queen Street in 1973, a total of 36 pieces of flint of later mesolithic date were recovered from the street frontage and the midden area. These included: cores, two scrapers, an angle burin and waste flakes which have been deposited in Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum.

Information from RCAHMS (JRS), 28 May 1997.

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