Discussion and interpretation of the Loch Shurrery hut circle

Richard Hingley (Author)


Keyword(s):
Pottery
Period(s):
Iron Age

Abstract


Loch Shurrey hut circle represents one of a small group of such sites which have been excavated in the northern part of the Scottish mainland. With so few excavated examples it is not possible to draw any clear conclusions about the class as a whole. The pottery and certain aspects of the construction might support the idea of an Iron Age phase of occupation but this may not be the only phase. Construction may have been earlier with a period of reuse after a period of abandonment.

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Published
01-01-2003
How to Cite
Hingley, Richard. 2003. “Discussion and Interpretation of the Loch Shurrery Hut Circle”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 5 (January), 13-14. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/452.