A desk-based assessment and archaeological field evaluation was carried out at Nine Oaks (Phase 2), Inshes, Inverness in February 2005 by Highland Archaeology in response to a planning condition. Within the general area, truncated remains of prehistoric features have been found beneath the plough-soil and there was therefore some potential for similar evidence to be present on this site. In the event, apart from a few undatable stake-holes no evidence was found for archaeological remains, and there were no recommendations for further work at this site. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Wood, J.. 2005. Archaeological Evaluation: Nine Oaks Phase 2, Inshes, Inverness: Data Structure Report and Recommendations. Highland Archaeology Services Ltd. 30/03/2005. Digital.
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