The archaeology of Loch Migdale

A Bronze Age treasure, an Iron Age crannog, a small henge, a hut circle, cairns... There is evidence of human habitation in the shores of Loch Migdale for more than 4,000 years.

In May 1900, while placing explosives to blast a granite knoll to the west of Loch Migdale, a group of workers found a series of metal artifacts, ornaments and buttons concealed in a crevice on the knoll. The. . .

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