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Craig Phadrig fort, survey drawing
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Craig Phadrig excavations 1971, rampart face. Ranging pole divisions are 0.5m. In MS7261/1
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Craig Phadrig excavations 1971, rampart face. Ranging pole divisions are 0.5m. In MS7261/1
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Working image,  photograph of Craig Phadrig, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Craig Phadrig. Plan of fort incorporating results of RCAHMS survey (Sept 2013) and earlier surveys. 600dpi copy from Illustrator file
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Scanned copy of drawings of spindle whorl and bronze pin fragment from Craig Phadrig. In MS7261/1
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Craig Phadrig, south-west facing view of interior, illustration 11 from a report on a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the vitrified fort at Craig Phadrig, looking to the WNW.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the vitrified fort at Craig Phadrig, looking to the S.
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Spindle whorl from Craig Phadrig 1971 excavation. Scale in cms. In MS7262/5
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Sketch plan of Craig Phadrig (extract from manuscript)
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View of entrance from interior of fort, photograph of Craig Phadrig, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Working image,  photograph of Craig Phadrig, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Oblique aerial view of Craig Phadrig.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the vitrified fort at Craig Phadrig, looking to the NW.
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Comparative plans of hillforts with timber-laced walls or ramparts in the NE province from Feachem in Rivet (ed) The Iron Age in N Britain.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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