EHG224 - DBA and Walkover survey - Isle Of Muck

Technique(s)

Organisation

Julian Munby

Date

30 Sept 1999

Description

A survey of the field monuments was conducted of the Isle of Muck in the Small Isles, Inverness. It draws attention to the extensive survival of cultivation strips, abandoned houses, and a deserted village, some of which must pre-date the 19th-century enclosure and clearance. <1>

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Munby, J. 1999. Isle of Muck, Small Isles Parish, Highland Region, Scotland: An Archaeological Survey of the Historic Landscape. Unaffiliated. 30/09/1999. Digital.

Map

Location

Location Isle of Muck, Small Isles
Grid reference Centred NM 4110 7967 (3852m by 3027m)
Map sheet NM47NW
Operational Area ROSS SKYE AND LOCHABER
Civil Parish SMALL ISLES
Geographical Area LOCHABER

Related Monuments/Buildings (9)

Record last edited

Aug 15 2016 12:14PM

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