jueves, 24 de noviembre de 2016

Scotland: Archaeological finds on route of Inverness West Link


1/3. Burnt grains and timbers found while excavating a grain-drying kiln at Torvean. AOC Archaeology

Prehistoric and Bronze Age finds have been made during work to construct the new Inverness West Link road.

Pottery fragments and the remains of kilns used for drying grain were among discoveries made at Torvean.

Archaeologists who have been monitoring the building of the West Link displayed some of the items at Lochardil Primary School last week.

The new road is being built for Highland Council to ease traffic flow through Inverness.

The finds include Bronze Age burnt mounds. BBC News


Related: Artefacts of archaeological interest found along West Link route | The Highland Council