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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 861815

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NN89NW 23 823 985

NN 823 985 Township. Site identified during an archaeological survey of Glen Feshie. A total of 27 settlements (or clusters of buildings) were recorded, with a total of 293 individual archaeological features.

NN 82279 98492 - Structure A. A small rectangular structure on the east spur of a knoll, on a north/south axis it measures internally 4m x 2.5m.

NN 82258 98508 - Enclosure B. Lies to the north of a knoll on a east/west axis, this enclosure measures roughly 40m x 20m.

NN 82291 98527 - Structure C. Rectangular building on a north/south axis, internal measurements are 8m x 3m.

NN 82278 98545 - Structure D. Rectangular building on a north/south axis, internal measurements 10m x 3m.

NN 82314 98530 - Structure E. Possible rectangular building on a north/south axis.

NN 82313 98548 - Enclosure F. Possible recent enclosure. Measures 14m x 14m.

NN 82320 98545 - Structure G. Rectangular building. On a NNE/SSW axis and measures internally 11m x 3m.

NN 82313 98560 - Structure H. Rectangular building on a north/south axis, internal measurements 11m x 3m.

NN 82326 98571 - Structure I. Small square structure, appears as a depression, 0.2m deep, measures roughly 2.5m x 2.5m internally.

Building J - A well constructed roofed building in reasonable order.

NN 82332 98557 - Structure K. A rectangular building on a NE/SW axis, measuring 8m x 2.5m internally.

NN 82334 98544 - Structure L. Linear area / ? structure on same axis as K and to its SE.

NN 82373 98537 - Structure M. A complex unroofed building which has been much altered.

NN 82385 98550 - Structure N. Abuts M and lies at right-angles.

NN 82396 98549 - Structure O. Rectangular building on a north/south axis, measures internally 8m x 3.5m.

NN 82366 98501 - Enclosure P. Trapezoidal enclosure. Measures roughly 22m (NW-SE) x 20 to 10m (NE-SW).

NN 82363 98461 - Corn-drying kiln Q. On the west side of the crest of a "double" knoll.

M. Marshall, October 2003.

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