Beyond the Brochs: Changing Perspectives on the Later Iron Age in Atlantic Scotland

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Beyond the Brochs
Changing Perspectives on the Later Iron Age in Atlantic Scotland

Edited by IAN ARMIT

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Beyond the Brochs: Changing Perspectives on the Later Iron Age in Atlantic Scotland
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contributors vii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Changing Perspectives in the Atlantic Iron Age 5
  • 3: Surveying the Foundations: Life After 'Brochs' 17
  • Acknowledgements 31
  • 4: New Insights into Later Iron Age Settlement in the North: Howe 32
  • Introduction 32
  • Acknowledgements 40
  • 5: Brochs and Beyond in the Western Isles 41
  • Introduction 41
  • Summary 68
  • 6: Survey and Excavation in West Lewis 71
  • Introduction: the Valtos Peninsula 71
  • Conclusions 106
  • 7: Hebridean Pottery: Problems of Definition, Chronology, Presence and Absence 108
  • Conclusion 129
  • 8: Fortifications in Argyll: Retrospect and Future Prospect 131
  • Introduction 131
  • Acknowledgements 142
  • 9: Pins, Combs and the Chronology of Later Atlantic Iron Age Settlement 143
  • Notes 171
  • 10: Pool, Sanday: A Case Study for the Late Iron Age and Viking Periods 175
  • 11: Epilogue: The Atlantic Scottish Iron Age 194
  • Introduction 194
  • Conclusions and Prospect 208
  • Bibliography 211
  • Index 223
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