Excavations at Balelone

Heather James (Author)

Peter Strong (Author)


Keyword(s):
Postholes, Midden, Drystone Structure Pits, Animal Bone, Radiocarbon Dates, Mound, Stone Structure
Period(s):
Bronze Age, Neolithic, Mesolithic, Bronze Ageearly Iron Age

Abstract


Details of site location are followed by a description of the site prior to excavation. It was visible as a 2-m high elongated, grass-covered mound with a stone structure near its centre. The site is described in a series of nine blocks with remains including midden deposits, a drystone structure, pits and postholes. Information on animal bone and radiocarbon dates is integrated into each of the descriptions which are followed by interpretations of the features.

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Published
01-01-2003
How to Cite
James, Heather, and Peter Strong. 2003. “Excavations at Balelone”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 3 (January), 32-42. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/428.