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1982 RCAHMS Aerial Survey

There was an exceptional harvest of cropmarks in E Scotland N of the River Forth. Outstanding sites included: unenclosed settlements in NE Fife, Perthshire, Angus and Kincardine; a Roman camp at Ochtertyre (perhaps indicating a crossing-point of the River Teith); considerable stretches of the Roman road between Dunblane and Bertha; souterrains in the Carse of Gowrie; several new square-barrow sites.

A catalogue of sites recorded in 1980 was published in January 1982 and publication of the 1981 material is well advanced. Prints of sites recorded in previous seasons may be inspected in the National Monuments Record of Scotland.

RCAHMS (DES 1982, 36)