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Balnuaran Of Clava, North-east

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General view of the cairns. Centre cairn in foreground and North-east in distance.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the chambered cairns at Balnuaran of Clava with the farmstead adjacent, looking to the NE.
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Plate XXVI, Christian Maclagan's1875 'The Hillforts, Stone Circles and other Structural Remains of Ancient Scotland'.
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Oblique aerial view of Clava Cairns, looking E.
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Photograph of colour drawing of the three cairns at Balnuaran.
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Excavation plan and section MOW. Photographic copy of a drawing.
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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.
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Oblique aerial view
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View of cupmarked stone.
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View showing the chamber of the NE passage-grave.
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North-east and centre cairns.
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Passage of chambered cairn.
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Detail of stones.
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The Right Reverend George Forrest Browne, Quondam Bishop of Stepney & Bristol, Disney Professor of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge, etc., acting as a 6ft scale for the tallest monolith at Balnuaran of Clava North East (Browne, G. F. 1921 On Some Antiquities In The Neighbourhood Of Dunecht House Aberdeenshire Pl XXXVI)
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Aerial view of Clava, E of Inverness, looking W.
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Excavation photograph : view from south-west.
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Excavation photograph : looking down passage to chamber.
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Detail of cup-marked stone.
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Oblique aerial view of Clava Cairns, looking NNE.
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