Notes: (4) One Hundred Years Ago. Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday, March 29, 1843. Interesting Relics from Hill of Knockie, Glentanner. Reproduction of clipping sent by Dr W Douglas Simpson


Keyword(s):
Flat Stone, Cairn, Bronze Vessels, Burial, Spear
Period(s):
Fourth Century, Roman

Abstract


Workmen discovered under a cairn an ancient burial place, covered by a large flat stone. On removing this, they found articles including two bronze vessels, seventeen spear or axeheads of bronze, thirty to forty bronze bracelets and six bronze rings. The whole of these interesting relics are in admirable preservation, and are evidently of Roman manufacture, and so belong, at the latest, to the middle of the fourth century.

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Published
30-11-1943
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-, -. (1943). Notes: (4) One Hundred Years Ago. Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday, March 29, 1843. Interesting Relics from Hill of Knockie, Glentanner. Reproduction of clipping sent by Dr W Douglas Simpson. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 77, 189. Retrieved from http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/psas/article/view/8199
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