Culduthel : an Iron Age craftworking centre in North-East Scotland / by Candy Hatherley and Ross Murray ; with contributions by Torben Bjarke Ballin, Hillary E. M. Cool, Mary Davis, David Dungworth, Rob Ellam, Ian Freestone, Sarah-Jane Haston, Nick Holmes, Fraser Hunter, Susanna Kirk, Ann MacSween, Fiona McGibbon, Dawn McLaren, Abby Mynett, Gillian Paget, Daniel Sahlén, Jim Tate, Scott Timpany, Colin Wallace ; with illustrations by Julia Bastek-Michalska, Anna Fara-Pagowska, Anna Sztromwasser (Headland Archaeology Ltd.)Publication details: Edinburgh : Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2022.Description: 1 online resourceISBN:
- 9781908332196 (hbk)
- 9781908332202 (PDF)
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With contributions by staff from National Museums Scotland, Mary Davies, Nick Holmes, Susanna Kirk, Jim Tate and Fraser Hunter, Principal Curator of Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology.
Description based on online resource (publisher's Web site, viewed 21. March 2022)
Includes bibliography and index.
The Iron Age settlement at Culduthel (NGR: NH 664 414) is one of the most significant later prehistoric sites identified in mainland Scotland. Archaeological excavation in 2005 revealed a craftworking centre which had specialised in the production of iron, bronze and glass objects between the late 1st Millennium BC and early 1st Millennium AD. This volume combines illustrated catalogues of finds with expert analyses to offer a unique insight into manufacture, trade and exchange of an Iron Age community in north-east Scotland.