An enlarged food vessel urn burial and associated artefacts from Kiltry Knock, Alvah, Banff and Buchan

Ian Shepherd (Author)

Trevor Cowie (Author)

C B Denston (Contributor)

R M Hope (Contributor)

N H Trewin (Contributor)


Keyword(s):
Vessel, Stone Pavement, Flint Knife, Pottery, Burial, Cremation, Artefacts, Pit Grave
Period(s):
Bronze Age

Abstract


NJ 665565. An enlarged food vessel urn containing a multiple cremation deposit (one adult female, one child and one infant) had been inverted on to a stone pavement in a small pit. Grave goods included a stone pendant, a pottery ball decorated with incised concentric circles, and a plano-convex flint knife. A R

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Published
30-11-1977
How to Cite
Shepherd, I., Cowie, T., Denston, C. B., Hope, R. M., & Trewin, N. H. (1977). An enlarged food vessel urn burial and associated artefacts from Kiltry Knock, Alvah, Banff and Buchan. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 108, 114-123. Retrieved from http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/psas/article/view/8965
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Articles

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