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Pre-evaluation aerial photograph by Ed Martin, facing west over the dun looking over the hills in the distance, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Aerial image of Trench 3 mid-excavation by Ed Martin, east direction is up, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Post-excavation aerial photograph of the dun by Ed Martin, looking west-north-west over the south side of the dun and Trenches 4 and 6; image shows the well-defined outer wall face in the south east quadrant, particularly in Trench 4 (Structure 1), and the hearth in Trench 1, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Section of the outer wall face on the north west side of the dun, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Image of the trench after backfilling, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Image of the trench after backfilling, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Image of the trench after backfilling, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Post hole setting partially under wall 167, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Wall 110 and small posthole within inner entrance passage, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Posthole 151 half-sectioned with packing stones, under wall 167, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Mid-excavation image of Trench 1, south extension, showing cobble fill at base of deposit in top right and posthole 186 (centre right), Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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North facing section of Trench 1, south extension; image shows the rubble and soil fill inside the dun walls, with a charcoal-rich layer against the dun inner wall face (centre right, marked by 50cm scale), Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Looking over the postholes and down the entrance passage; image shows the north facing section of Trench 1, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Remains of north facing entrance passage face (right) and east end of north facing trench section, after removal of rubble, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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South facing trench section, showing rubble collapse and outer wall face (left), Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Remains of south face of entrance passage, showing natural subsoil and line of 'sill' crossing centre of image, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Subrectangular hearth setting inside dun courtyard, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Tree stump/roots in centre of Trench 1, overlying possible feature, with hardened, charcoal patches to right, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Looking up the dun entrance passage towards the courtyard, showing postholes in line with passage, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Dun inner wall face (large stone in centre of image) and build-up of material against the inner wall on the south side of the entrance passage; east posthole in entrance passage (right) and interior posthole in dun courtyard (left) with small stakehole between, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Posthole 186, half-sectioned, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Post-excavation image of posthole 124 and stakehole 127, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Mid-excavation image during section of posthole 155, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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Looking over Trench 2 after initial clean-back; facing outside of dun and showing the spread of small stones and tree stumps on the inside of the structure, Comar Wood Dun, Cannich, Strathglass
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