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souterrains of Southern Pictland.

Frederick Threlfall Wainwright

souterrains of Southern Pictland.

by Frederick Threlfall Wainwright

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Published by Rouledge & K.Paul .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination234p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20510766M

‘The deposition of La Tene Iron Age metalwork in watery contexts in southern England’, in Aspects of the Iron Age in Central Southern England (eds. Cunliffe, Celtic Art from its Beginnings to the Book of Kells, London. Metzler, J. The Souterrains of Southern Pictland, London. NoThis paper considers the evidence for the abandonment of souterrains in that part of east central\ud Scotland characterized by Wainwright as 'southern Pictland'. The evidence suggests that most\ud souterrains here were deliberately destroyed, or at least infilled, and that none seems to have\ud outlasted the early third century AD.

O’Mahony, F., Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland): The Book of Kells: proceedings of a conference at Trinity College Dublin, September Published for Trinity College Library by . Alyth is located on a burn which bears its name and owes its position to a confluence of drovers' roads used by hill farmers to bring their sheep and cattle down to market. A picturesque 17th century packhorse bridge is among a number of stone bridges crossing the burn in the town. The ruins of the old church, known locally as The Arches, stand in a graveyard in a prominent position at the top.

"This book presents the results of archaeological excavations and of principal monuments of Palestine. It traces the history of art of this region from the pre-Islamic period to the Ottoman period, providing evidence of its contribution to the Islamic civilization and art." the souterrains of southern pictland. Explore More Items. ANDREAS C. forms of souterrains now identified by aerial photography in 'Southern Pictland' (Maxwell ), suggest that simple comparisons based on size and shape can no longer serve to distinguish the Sutherland structures from those of Angus. Nor can the Angus souterrains any longer be assumed to be.


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The Souterrains of Southern Pictland by F.T. Wainwright. NOOK Book (eBook) $ $ Save 12% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 12%. Illegal immigrants constitute a major issue in southern European countries. This book is the first Pages: The archaeological monuments known as souterrains, particularly characteristic of eastern Scotland from Aberdeenshire to Fife, have long been a mystery.

When this book was originally published inrecent investigation on two of these types of works, at Ardestie and Carlungie in Angus had shed more light.

This book combines two excavation reports with a re-consideration of the problems. The Souterrains of Southern Pictland (Routledge Library Editions: Archaeology) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by F.T.

Wainwright (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 1 rating. Book 44 of Routledge Library Editions: Archaeology. Flip to back Flip to by: 1.

The archaeological monuments known as souterrains, particularly characteristic of eastern Scotland from Aberdeenshire to Fife, have long been a mystery. When this book was originally published inrecent investigation on two of these types of works, at Ardestie and Carlungie in Angus had shed more light.

This book combines two excavation reports with a [ ]. Souterrains of Southern Pictland. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F T Wainwright.

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I've read in "The Souterrains of Southern Pictland" by F.T. Wainwright () that there were two botched excavations (i.e.- treasure hunts) and that all of the finds have been lost. The whole place is in need of some clearing- along the unroofed sections I found it impossible to walk due to trees growing in the structure, weeds up to my neck.

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Willcox The Ferriby Boats Seacraft of the Bronze Age E.V. Wright. The 'southern Pictland' souterrains generally take the form of a tightly curving passage, which often widens slightly from the narrow principal entrance (usually placed at one end and known as the 'axial' entrance) to the terminal.

They vary in length between 12 m and 40 m, and. Anderson, Joseph, Scotland in Pagan Times – volume 1: The Iron Age, David Douglas: Edinburgh Armit, Ian, Scotland’s Hidden History, Tempus: Stroud Wainwright, F TThe souterrains of southern Pictland, London, Williamson, SAn investigation into the re-use of cup-and-ring marked stones in Iron Age souterrain settlements of south-east Scotland, MA dissertation (School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh).

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From Caledonia to Pictland This book is the first detailed political history to treat these centuries as a single period, with due regard for Scotland's position in the bigger story of late Antique transition.

From Caledonia to Pictland charts the complex and shadowy. The Archaeology Service maintains the Historic Environment Record, more commonly referred to as the HER, for Aberdeenshire, Angus and Moray Councils.

The HERs contain information on nea sites of archaeological and historical interest ranging from Mesolithic flints to airfields of World War II. The information consists of a computerised database linked to a GIS (Geographical.

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Start Slideshow 1 of.North Pictland remains dominant. but South Pictland may have a degree of independence for at least some periods in the next century and-a-half.

North Pictland It would appear to have been the Yellow Plague of which fractured Pictland into two clearly-definable kingdoms based around a .