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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 683775

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/683775

NO14SW 65 1069 4150.

Cropmarks have revealed two curving features and several large pits on a level terrace about 500m N of Spittalfield. One of the marks (NO 1070 4151) is well-defined and almost certainly indicates the remains of a souterrain; the other (NO 1069 4150) to the S, is more crescentic in shape, and is more likely to be the remains of a round-house.

Information from RCAHMS (SMF) 16 October 1990.

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