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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 694963

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NR79SE 15 790 938.

(NR 790 938) Dun Mor: (Name obtained locally): A rounded hill between the mouth of the River Add and Crinan Harbour. Massive tumbled wall of large blocks on N, traceable round E and W sides. Possible outer enclosure and entrance on N. No true inner face clear for measuring wall thickness.

M Campbell and M Sandeman 1964.

Nothing of archaeological interest was located on this hill. An old field wall crosses its N side. Not an antiquity.

Visited by OS (DWR) 28 March 1973.

NR 790 398 The site was visited in August, the hilltop was bracken covered except for the path.

Dr T C Welsh, 2007.

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