Conclusions

Paul Duffy (Author)


Keyword(s):
Radiocarbon Dates, Glass, Animal Bone Chipped Stone, Pottery
Period(s):
Mesolithic

Abstract


The work contributes to the current understanding of human occupation within the Girvan area and the relationship such activity had to a constantly changing environment over time. In particular the proejct clearly demonstrated the high potential for organic preservation of material dating as far back as the Mesolithic, and the potential that such material has for providing rarely glimpsed evidence of the inter-relationship between human agency and environment in past landscapes. The organic potential of similar such valleys in this part of south-west Scotland is clear.

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Published
01-01-2008
How to Cite
Duffy, Paul. 2008. “Conclusions”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 32 (January), 35-36. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/1590.