EHG3047 - Walkover survey at Croft 119, Clachtoll, Assynt

Technique(s)

Organisation

Catherine Dagg

Date

July 2009

Description

A desk-based evaluation and walkover survey of an area of ground to be affected by development located a number of archaeological sites which were previously known but unrecorded. It is concluded that there is high potential for features of prehistoric or medieval settlement and land use to be buried under a deep deposit of windblown sand.

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Dagg, C. 07/2009. Croft 119, Clachtoll, Assynt, Sutherland: Archaeological Evaluation. Unaffiliated. Digital.

Map

Location

Location Croft 119, Clachtoll, Assynt
Grid reference Centred NC 04106 26815 (650m by 520m) (Centred)
Map sheet NC02NW
Geographical Area SUTHERLAND
Operational Area CAITHNESS SUTHERLAND AND EASTER ROSS

Related Monuments/Buildings (17)

  • Area of rigs, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Building footings, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Buildings at Croft 119, Clachtoll (Building)
  • Clearance piles, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Dyke, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Dyke, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Dyke, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Dyke, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Field clearance pile, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Pond, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Possible corn stack base, Croft 119, Assynt (Monument)
  • Possible midden deposits, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Possible structure, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Ruined barn, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Building)
  • Section of wall, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Sheep enclosure and dip, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)
  • Walling or field clearance, Croft 119, Clachtoll (Monument)

Child/subsequent Site Events/Activities (1)

  • Trial trenching and watching brief at Croft 119, Clachtoll

Record last edited

Nov 27 2014 10:38AM

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