Excavations at Maybury Park, Edinburgh (1990–2)

Colm Moloney (Author)

John A Lawson (Author)

Daniel Johnson (Contributor)

Alan Saville (Contributor)

Alison Sheridan (Contributor)

Catherine McGill (Contributor)

Mhairi Hastie (Contributor)

Valerie Dean (Contributor)

Trackway, Stonebuilt Structure, Settlement, Pit, Postholes, Ring Ditch
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Neolithic, Bronze Age


This paper presents the results of a series of excavations carried out by the City of Edinburgh Council Archaeology Service between 1990 and 1992 in advance of the Edinburgh Park development (NGR: NT 178 720). Following a programme of test excavations, seven areas were opened up for excavation. Three of these contained significant archaeology dating to the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages. The main findings included a Neolithic trackway, evidence for Bronze Age settlement and a large stone-built structure dating to the beginning of the 1st millennium AD.


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Moloney, Colm, John Lawson, Daniel Johnson, Alan Saville, Alison Sheridan, Catherine McGill, Mhairi Hastie, and Valerie Dean. 2006. “Excavations at Maybury Park, Edinburgh (1990–2)”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 23 (January), 1-39. https://doi.org/10.9750/issn.2056-7421.2006.23.1-39.