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Aberdeen, 67-71 Green

Barbed And Tanged Arrowhead (Flint), Unidentified Flint(S) (Flint), Unidentified Pottery

Site Name Aberdeen, 67-71 Green

Classification Barbed And Tanged Arrowhead (Flint), Unidentified Flint(S) (Flint), Unidentified Pottery

Alternative Name(s) E5; 65-71 The Green

Canmore ID 20013

Site Number NJ90NW 113

NGR NJ 9408 0608

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Aberdeen, City Of
  • Parish Aberdeen
  • Former Region Grampian
  • Former District City Of Aberdeen
  • Former County Aberdeenshire

Archaeology Notes

NJ90NW 113 9408 0608

(Location cited as NJ 9409 0609 and site-name as 67-71 Green). Excavation by the Aberdeen Urban Unit revealed a black layer (containing Mesolithic flints) sealed beneath about 30cm depth of water-deposited sand.

[Location of finds not specified].

NMRS, MS/712/83.

Excavation archive from 67-71 Green has been catalogued. It consists of colour photographs (prints only), drawings and manuscripts.

Historic Scotland Archive Project (FO) 1997

(Classified as Flints; Flint Arrowhead: Barbed-And-Tanged; Pottery; Urban Excavation). In 1977 about 40 pieces of flint were recovered by excavation of 67-71 Green. Most of them are probably of Mesolithic date, including a core, a notched flake flakes and waste material. In addition, however, there is a barbed-and-tanged arrowhead of yellow-brown flint with curved edges and asymmetrical barbs; it measures 19mm in length by 15mm in breadth across the barbs and 3mm in thickness. The finds from the excavation are now in Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum.

Information from RCAHMS (JRS), 28 May 1997.


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