A pit containing an undecorated Beaker and associated artefacts from Beechwood Park, Raigmore, Inverness

Ian Suddaby (Author)

Alison Sheridan (Author)

Torben Ballin (Contributor)

Hattie Hammersmith (Contributor)

Andrew Heald (Contributor)

Dawn McLaren (Contributor)


Keyword(s):
Iron, Slag, Artefacts, Archaeological Evaluation, Flint Knife, Beaker, Pit
Period(s):
2004

Abstract


In 2004 an archaeological evaluation prior to development at Beechwood Park, adjacent to Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, revealed a pit which was found to contain both an undecorated beaker and a plano-convex flint knife at the base, with later slag from iron smithing dispersed in the fill. These associations are discussed and placed in their local and national context. Separately authored contributions include

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Published
30-11-2007
How to Cite
Suddaby, I., Sheridan, A., Ballin, T., Hammersmith, H., Heald, A., & McLaren, D. (2007). A pit containing an undecorated Beaker and associated artefacts from Beechwood Park, Raigmore, Inverness. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 136, 77-88. Retrieved from http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/psas/article/view/9676
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Articles