Excavations by Gogar Church, Nether Gogar, Edinburgh

Bob Will (Author)

Heather F James (Author)

Torben Ballin (Contributor)

Beverley Ballin Smith (Contributor)

Donal Bateson (Contributor)

Dennis Gallagher (Contributor)

Richard Jones (Contributor)

Susan Ramsay (Contributor)

Catherine Smith (Contributor)


Keyword(s):
organic material, corn drying kiln, Churchyard, ditch, coin, jewellery, millstone (smoking), cobbled surface, cereal grain, church, animal tooth, cobbled road, pottery sherd, animal bones
Period(s):
medieval

Abstract


This report records the results of an excavation of a medieval settlement next to Gogar Church that was discovered within the construction corridor of the Edinburgh Tram line. The remains relate to the medieval village of Nether Gogar and date from the 11th to the 15th century, although later material was also recovered. The results of this work complement previous work on the site of Nether Gogar (Morrison et al 2009) and add to the growing evidence of medieval rural settlement in the Edinburgh area. The excavation was carried out by Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division (GUARD), while the post-excavation phase was undertaken by GUARD Archaeology Ltd on behalf of Edinburgh Tram Project for The City of Edinburgh Council.

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Published
01-01-2018
How to Cite
Will, Bob, Heather F James, Torben Ballin, Beverley Ballin Smith, Donal Bateson, Dennis Gallagher, Richard Jones, Susan Ramsay, and Catherine Smith. 2018. “Excavations by Gogar Church, Nether Gogar, Edinburgh”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 79 (January). https://doi.org/10.9750/issn.2056-7421.2018.79.