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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 718928

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NT53SE 1 59182 31497

(NT 5918 3149) Dovecot (NAT)

OS 25" map (1907)

The dovecot at Dryburgh House is a cylindrical cote with one string course now used as a pump-house. The date above a window, 1828, is a late insertion. (A cylindrical dovecote could date from the 16th century.

- vide RCAHMS 1933)

A N Robertson 1957

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