Headland Archaeology conducted a programme of archaeological works on the site of Glebe Farm, Kiltarlity in May 2012 that was required as part of a condition on a planning application for the construction of a new housing development. This followed on from an earlier phase of evaluation and excavation carried out by Alba Archaeology (Highland) Ltd in 2007 (see EHG3380 & EHG3381). A further phase of work comprised a programme of excavation, initially begun by Alba Archaeology and subsequently completed by Headland Archaeology, to be reported on elsewhere. In total 18 trenches were excavated totalling 532 linear metres, revealing several linear features clustered to the south-west of the site. No other features or artefacts of archaeological significance were recorded. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Wilson, D.. 2012. Glebe Farm, Kiltarlity: Archaeological Evaluation for Alba Archaeology Ltd. Headland Archaeology Ltd. Digital.
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