A desk-based assessment and archaeological measured survey of a settlement located to the south of Eynort on the Isle of Skye. It had been recently rediscovered by Forestry Commission Scotland staff.
The survey was undertaken in February 2017. Thirty-three archaeological sites were recorded, comprising a clustered settlement of stone structures, attached enclosures, boundary dykes and a bridge across the Allt Dabhoch. The site was located under dense standing and windblown trees within a coniferous plantation. Documentary evidence suggests that the settlement had been known as Brunell or Brunal. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Peteranna, M & MacIver, C.. 2017. Settlement near Eynort, Isle of Skye: Archaeological Topographic and Measured Survey Report. AOC Archaeology Group. Digital.
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Settlement near Eynort, Isle of Skye
Centred NG 3820 2351 (367m by 172m)
SKYE AND LOCHALSH
ROSS SKYE AND LOCHABER
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Nov 11 2021 10:38AM
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