Redcastle, Lunan Bay, Angus: the excavation of an Iron Age timber-lined souterrain and a Pictish barrow cemetery

@inproceedings{Alexander2005RedcastleLB,
  title={Redcastle, Lunan Bay, Angus: the excavation of an Iron Age timber-lined souterrain and a Pictish barrow cemetery},
  author={Derek Alexander and Stephen Carter and Mike J. Church and Michael Cressey and Fraser G. Hunter and Dominic Ingemark and Adam E. Jackson and Ann MacSween and C. Mcgill and Da Oldham and L. N. Sinfield and Adrian Ronald Tams and George Warren and Kevin Hicks and George Stronach Mudie and Alan Braby},
  year={2005}
}
Cropmarks of a cemetery containing square- and round-ditched burials were excavated at Redcastle in 1997 and 1998. A total of sixteen graves was recorded: five in square barrows, two in round barrows and nine unenclosed graves. Another round barrow is clearly visible on the aerial photograph outside the excavation area. Preservation of the graves and the human remains therein varied considerably. Analysis of the bones identified two females, three possible females and one possible male… CONTINUE READING
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