MHG11816 - Cambusmore Lodge
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Type and Period (1)
- CIST (Bronze Age - 2400 BC to 551 BC)
- None recorded
NH79NE 14 7676 9745
(NH 7676 9745) Stone Cist found AD. 1901 (NAT)
OS 6" map, Sutherland, 2nd ed., (1907)
The Revision ONB, containing the authority for this entry, was destroyed during the 1939-45 war.
It is possible that a beaker was found in this cist. Abercromby (1912) noted a Type B2 beaker, 5 1/2 ins tall, found in a bank 'near Dornoch'. Crichton Mitchell located it to Cambusmore and said it was in Dunrobin Museum in 1934 (Mitchell 1934); but Clarke, in 1970, claimed that it was in Inverness Museum, mislabelled 'Alness, Dalmore'. It belongs to his group N/NR.
J Abercromby 1912; M E C Mitchell 1934; D L Clarke 1970. <1>-<3>
FIND TYPE = BEAKER
<1> Abercromby, J, 1912, A study of the Bronze Age pottery of Great Britain and Ireland and its associated grave-goods, Vol. 1, 41-2; fig. 265 (Text/Publication/Volume). SHG1862.
<2> Mitchell, M E C, 1934, 'A new analysis of the Early Bronze Age beaker pottery of Scotland', Proc Soc Antiq Scot, Vol 68 (1933-34), pp 132-89, p 188 (Text/Publication/Article). SHG53.
<3> Clarke, D L, 1970, Beaker pottery of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. 2, 521 (Text/Publication/Volume). SHG2051.
- <1> Text/Publication/Volume: Abercromby, J. 1912. A study of the Bronze Age pottery of Great Britain and Ireland and its associated grave-goods. Vol. 1, 41-2; fig. 265.
- <2> Text/Publication/Article: Mitchell, M E C. 1934. 'A new analysis of the Early Bronze Age beaker pottery of Scotland', Proc Soc Antiq Scot, Vol 68 (1933-34), pp 132-89. p 188.
- <3> Text/Publication/Volume: Clarke, D L. 1970. Beaker pottery of Great Britain and Ireland. Vol. 2, 521.
|Grid reference||Centred NH 7676 9745 (4m by 4m) (Buffered by site type)|
- BEAKER (Early Bronze Age - 2400 BC to 1501 BC)
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- https://canmore.org.uk/site/14754 (View RCAHMS Canmore entry for this site)
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