A watching brief was carried out by Headland Archaeology Ltd in connection with the construction of a rock armour wall at Huna, Caithness, to protect properties from ongoing sea erosion. A section along the beach showed a sandy black topsoil up to 0.6m deep overlying deposits of clayey till up to 1m deep above bedrock. Although situated in an area of high archaeological potential (five Norse/possible Norse sites have been recorded within 500m of the site), the construction work did not disturb any archaeological features. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Dalland, M.. 1996. Report on an archaeological Watching Brief at Huna, by John O'Groats, Caithness. Headland Archaeology Ltd. 23/05/1996. .
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Huna, John O'Groats
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