Since the late 1970s there has been much archaeological investigation in this historic burgh, mostly small in scale, providing insights into its development, occupation and defences, and uncovering timber buildings, occupation waste, industrial pits and midden deposits. Traces of Mesolithic occupation have also been found. The burgh's origins, development and economy merit continued research. The preparation of this paper was entirely funded by Historic Scotland. <1>
Text/Publication/Volume: David Perry. 1998. Inverness: an historical and archaeological review.
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Centred NH 6648 4566 (771m by 1628m)
INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
INVERNESS AND BONA
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MHG3115Cromwell's Fort (Clock Tower), Inverness (Building)
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