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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 679862

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NO01NW 33 02128 15758

The cropmark of a circular enclosure, with an approximate diameter of 13m, situated 110m E of Leadketty Holdings, has been identified from aerial photographs. A pit-alignment immediately to the N is part of a large pit-defined enclosure (NO01NE 40), and there are further cropmarks of pits and a possible enclosure in the same field (NO01NW 39).

Information from RCAHMS (KB) 14 May 1999

Scheduled (with NO01NW 21, NO01NW 22, NO01NW 36, NO01NW 39, NO01NW 40, NO01NW 55, NO01NW 56, NO01NW 66, NO01NW 68, NO01NW 131, NO01NW 134, NO01NW 141, NO01NW 142, NO01NW 143 ) as Leadketty, enclosures, ring-ditches, square barrow and pits.

Information from Historic Scotland, scheduling document dated 23 February 2001.

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