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GPS base receiver, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Small area of slight erosion on north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Copy of colour slide showing view of Dun Deardail, Glen Nevis, Highland.  View of fort from S.
( slopes of Sgor Chalum)  1127ft above sea level
NMRS Survey of Private Collection 
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Copy of black and white slide showing detail of vitrification Dun Deardail, Glen Nevis, Highland. " Vitrification containing wood casts showing cross section of a log."
NMRS Survey of Private Collection 
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View along inside of south rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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South rampart at south west corner of fort, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along west rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View of fort interior from the east, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along south rampart of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Vitrified block of masonry on north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Patches of slight erosion in path along north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View of fort interior from the south west, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Panoramic view of fort interior from the north east, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Copy of colour slide showing view of Dun Deardail, Glen Nevis, Highland.  Large stones, possibly of outer facing wall
NMRS Survey of Private Collection 
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Dun Deadrail, slight erosion on top of north rampart, illustration 9 from a report on a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards Ben Nevis from Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards Meall an t-Suidhe from Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Vitrified blocks of masonry along outside of north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along inside of south rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along inside of north rampart, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View of fort interior from the north east, photograph of Dun Deardail, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Copy of colour slide showing detail of "agglomeratic" vitrification 
Dun Deardail, Glen Nevis;  Meall an Iarnuim, Inverpolly;  Rubh'Aird Ghamhsgail, Arisaig
NMRS Survey of Private Collection 
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