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by Gordon Ewart,Dennis Pringle
Author: Gordon Ewart,Dennis Pringle
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (March 20, 2007)
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Start by marking Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986 - 93: Scottish Archaeological Journal, Volume 26 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book represents the final definitive report on the excavations of a major, but previously neglected, castle which has one of the longest and richest archaeological sequences of any castle site in Scotland. Three major seasons of archaeological excavation were completed at Castle Hill, Dundonald, Ayrshire) between 1986 and 1988, in the course of a programme of conservation work carried out by Historic Scotland.
Gordon Ewart, Denys Pringle.
Items related to Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93 (Scottish Archaeologica. Gordon Ewart is head of Kirkdale Archaeology, Edinburgh. Professor Denys Pringle is Professor of Archaeology, Cardiff School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University. Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93 (Scottish Archaeological Journal (2004)). ISBN 13: 9780748624928.
Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93
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Dundonald Castle Excavations, 1986–93". Scottish Archaeological Journal. Macquarrie, A (1986). The Career of Saint Kentigern of Glasgow: Vitae, Lectiones and Glimpses of Fact". 26 (1–2): i–x, 1–166. Macquarrie, A (1998).
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Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93 (Q45748241). Also known as. English. Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93. scientific article published in January 2004.
The Scottish Archaeological Journal publishes work which furthers the . No. 1/2 DUNDONALD CASTLE EXCAVATIONS 1986-93 2004 pp. i-x, 1-166. 2003 (Vol. 25). 2 SEPTEMBER 2003 pp. i-vi, 103-197.
The Scottish Archaeological Journal publishes work which furthers the study of the archaeology of Scotland and neighbouring regions from the earliest prehistory. The journal includes a range of papers reporting on fieldwork, discussion of museum collections and consideration of the social and intellectual context of Scottish archaeology. In addition to documenting new discoveries, the journal promotes scholarly discussion and debate by encouraging the submission of papers of synthesis and analysis.
Minor archaeological investigations took place at Dundonald in the 1960s. Three main seasons of archaeological excavation were completed between 1986 and 1988, in advance of a programme of conservation. These established that the rubble base was up to 4 feet in depth and rested on bedrock, which had been deliberately levelled with stones to form a cobbled surface. Subsequently a series of smaller-scale excavations were undertaken finishing in 1993. These excavations were led by Gordon Ewart (Kirkdale Archaeology) and focussed on the area within the barmkin enclosure of the present castle.
The final definitive report on an archaeological excavation revealing six periods of occupation, indicating Dundonald was central to the Kingdom of Strathclyde. Reports on pottery, stone objects, glass, metalwork, animal bones, and plant remains illuminate the economy and daily life of the castle's inhabitants.