Lamsdale Leans

Alastair MacLaren (Author)


Keyword(s):
Mound Material, Paving, Stone Structure, Flagstone Floor, Mound
Period(s):
Iron Age, Medieval, Early Medieval

Abstract


Before investigation the site appeared as an irregular oval mound with some stones incorporated. Excavated features comprised an arc of stones which partially enclosed an area of rough paving and the remains of a fireplace. A second stone structure was an irregular rectangle of large uprights with rounded stones outside them. The area within was a rough flagstone floor overlaid by an accumulation of burnt material. Two partial inhumations were found within the mound material.

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Published
01-01-2003
How to Cite
MacLaren, Alastair. 2003. “Lamsdale Leans”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 5 (January), 15-20. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/459.