An archaeological evaluation was carried out by AOC Archaeology Group in 2018 at Earl’s Cross, Dornoch, in advance of the construction of 12 houses and installation of associated infrastructure. Fifteen trenches were excavated across the development site, sampling an area totalling 957m² of the total 14873m². The possible base of a boundary dyke was uncovered. It is recommended that a watching brief be carried out in this area. No further archaeological features or finds were recorded. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Fraser, L. & Peteranna, M.. 2018. Erection of 12 Detached Houses, Earl’s Cross House, Dornoch: Archaeological Evaluation and Photographic Survey Data Structure Report. AOC Archaeology Group. Digital. [Mapped features: #10876 ; #10877 Trenches, ]
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Earl's Cross, Dornoch
Centred NH 8032 9025 (150m by 138m)
CAITHNESS SUTHERLAND AND EASTER ROSS
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