David Perry (Author)

Postmedieval Origins, Coins
Medieval, Postmedieval, Uncertain


The excavations in Kelso and Peebles reported on here have successfully established the nature of the survival of the archaeological remains in these two less well known medieval Border burghs and provided information on their development. The results have shown that in both Kelso and Peebles much archaeological information can be retrieved on their medieval and post-medieval origins and growth, even in areas previously thought to have little significance in the burghs. Any future development in either burgh should provide an opportunity to further study their origins and growth in the medieval and post-medieval periods. To understand the complexities of urban growth, some of the less well known burghs such as Kelso and Peebles must be studied alongside the better known ones such as Perth and Aberdeen.


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How to Cite
Perry, David. 2003. “Conclusions”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 2 (January), 137-39.