Remains of a 12th-century structure and other medieval features on the Knoll of Castle Point, Troup (Cullykhan), Banff and Buchan

Moira Greig (Author)

Colvin Greig (Author)

Ian Basham (Contributor)

David Caldwell (Contributor)

Charles Murray (Contributor)

Mike Spearman (Contributor)

Peter Yeoman (Contributor)

- Greig Moira (Contributor)


Keyword(s):
Circular Timber, Stone
Period(s):
Late 12th Century, Medieval, 14th Century Ar

Abstract


A possible circular timber building on a stone foundation dated to the late 12th century by coins and other artefacts including a bronze buckle-plate decorated with a dragon. Occupation on the site may have continued into the 14th century. AR

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Published
30-11-1990
How to Cite
Greig, M., Greig, C., Basham, I., Caldwell, D., Murray, C., Spearman, M., Yeoman, P., & Greig Moira, -. (1990). Remains of a 12th-century structure and other medieval features on the Knoll of Castle Point, Troup (Cullykhan), Banff and Buchan. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 119, 279-296. Retrieved from http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/psas/article/view/9366
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