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FIELD BOUNDARY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Situated on good flat ground all around and fine views especially W/SW to Slemish. There are now no visible remains of this field boundary which survived as an arc of a bank, 2m high x 2m wide at top, in 1985. By time of re-visit in 1990 the remains had been completely removed.

FIELD BOUNDARY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In improved grassland high up on a steep W facing slope of Brae Hill, with a good view to S over the Glenwhirry valley. The very poorly preserved remains of this old field boundary were identified from APs. They comprise a broken curvilinear line of earthfast boulders and slabs which forms...

FIELD BOUNDARIES

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The area consists of low-lying marshy ground rising to E to form a ridge. There is confusion as to the exact location of this group of sites. According to the hand drawn map, it appears as if all the enclosures have been effectively destroyed by the planting of a new area of forestry. If,...

FIELD BOUNDARIES

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In rough grazing on a W facing slope of Lisles Hill, with a good view to W over the Braid valley. Identified from APs taken in 1968. This is the poorly preserved remains of five sections of curvilinear, grass grown, drystone field boundaries. There are no visible remains of any structures,...

FIELD BOUNDARY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In improved grassland and rough grazing on a N facing slope of a hill, with a good view to N to the Braid River. Identified from APs. This is the remains of a curvilinear field boundary of grass grown slabs and boulders. No visible trace survives of the possible enclosure and the short adj...