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The Cowal shore & gazetteer of archaeological sites

Elizabeth B. Rennie

The Cowal shore & gazetteer of archaeological sites

by Elizabeth B. Rennie

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Published by Argyll Pub. in Glendaruel, Argyll, Scotland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Scotland -- Cowal,
  • Cowal (Scotland) -- Antiquities,
  • Cowal (Scotland) -- Gazetteers,
  • Argyll and Bute (Scotland) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-144) and index.

    Other titlesCowal shore and gazetteer of archaeological sites, Cowal shore
    StatementElizabeth B. Rennie.
    GenreGazetteers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA880.A6 R46 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17933498M
    ISBN 101902831993
    LC Control Number2007367700
    OCLC/WorldCa129994148

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In a second guide book – ‘The Cowal Shore’ was published by Argyll Publishing. This book describes only the sites on the east side of Cowal, because as it was argued in the book, the area which is today called Cowal, was before the 14th century, divided into two parts.

The Cowal Shore & Gazetteer of Archaeological Sites - Elizabeth B. Rennie - Google Books Travellers crossing the Clyde from Gourock to Dunoon know that they are about to enter one of the districts of Argyllshire known as Cowal. Buy Cowal Shore: and Gazetteer of Archaeological Sites by Rennie, Elizabeth B.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. Appendix 1: Gazetteer of archaeological and historical sites. The gazetteer has been compiled from a walkover survey. Each site No. is unique and corresponds to the numbered sites shown in Fig.

ORMAT. The format of each site entry in the gazetteer is in the order given: Name. Location - National grid reference (NGR) Site type. Character. Books shelved as archaeology: Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice by Colin Renfrew, The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston, Gods, Gra.

The first comprehensive gazetteer produced for Scotland sinceit includes tourist attractions, industries and historical sites, together with histories of family names and clans, biographies of famous Scots and descriptions of historical events associated with Scotland. Cowal is the large peninsula situated between Loch Long to the east and Loch Fyne to the west and bordered to the north by the arterial road A Strachur is located 7 miles south of the A83, linking Loch Lomond and A82 to Inveraray, Lochgilphead and Campbeltown, and is 18 miles north of Dunoon, the main town of the Cowal peninsula.

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xxii+ pages, b&w & colour illustrations, tables. Cowal is more than luscious landscapes and lonely loch-sides though; being just a stone’s throw from Ireland and so well connected by loch, lane and river to the heart of Scotland, it’s no surprise that the Cowal peninsula is an area where some of the earliest signs of Christianity in the Gaelic world are to be of the sites we uncovered in developing this pilgrim route probably.

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Call Number: CCA5 G Deciphering a Shell Midden. They are small sites, with small parking areas. If there is already a car in the parking areas, THINK TWICE about visiting.

Perhaps try a different location. Don't stray too far from home (there are sites all over Cowal), and stay at least 2m/ft away from other people at all times. Summary: Tells the story of Cowal through its monuments and sites.

The chapters, which span prehistoric times to the present-day, include a gazetteer and map to guide readers to the sites mentioned in the book. This guide is designed to be of interest to. Records of Archaeological Sites of Interest may be available at a local level from the Local Authorities and their Archaeological Service.

The Archaeological Service looks at a database (the Historic Environment Record) of all presently known sites in their area in addition to historical maps and aerial photographs to work out whether.

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When this area in the North Western part of India was first settled, Prayag was part of the territory of .The site is detailed further in a book Poole Bay & Purbeck [1] which concludes that the site was occupied by a windmill.

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