Dun Eoradail

Mary MacLeod (Author)

Chris Barrowman (Author)

Ian McHardy (Author)


Keyword(s):
Wall, Stone, Rectangular Stone Building
Period(s):
Neolithic

Abstract


This chapter presents details of physical description, location, extent of erosion, method of access and previous work. There were a total of 13 structures. Most of these were small, oval hollows or depressions in the ground with only faint traces of walling remaining. The largest structure was a rectangular stone building located in the centre of the island. A stone and turf perimeter wall could be followed around the south, south-east and north sides of the island.

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Published
01-01-2009
How to Cite
MacLeod, Mary, Chris Barrowman, and Ian McHardy. 2009. “Dun Eoradail”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 36 (January), 63-67. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/2253.