The Artificial Islets/Crannogs of the Central Inner Hebrides.
Holley, Mark W.

Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 2000. First paperback edition. Very good oversized trade paperback. Wear and rubbing to edges of covers with some scuffing and some scratches on panels. 263 pages with illustrations, site plans, 11 appendices (1. survey of artificial islets of the central Hebrides, 2. Lochs in the central Inner Hebrides inspected for artificial islets, 3. place names of the central Inner Hebridean lochs, 4. calculations for the amount of stone needed to construct the average artificial islet in the central inner Hebrides, 5. table of structural characteristics of the artificial islets of the central inner Hebrides, 6. the soils of the central Inner Hebrides, 7. characteristics of the lochs of the central inner Hebrides, 8. characteristics of the artificial islets of Loch Awe and Loch Tay, 9. soils of the Loch Tay basin, 10. characteristics of islet sites in the Western Isles, 11. vertical aerial photographs consulted in the RCAHMS). and bibliography. An archaeological study of the prehistoric man-made islets in the lochs of the Central Inner Hebrides in Scotland. Very Good Trade Paperback (Item ID: 6046)


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