4 edition of Dundonald Castle Excavations 1986-93 (Scottish Archaeological Journal (2004)) found in the catalog.
August 15, 2006
by Edinburgh University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Gordon Ewart (Editor), Dennis Pringle (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
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Dundonald Castle Excavations (so far) First extensive excavations between What they did: Excavations were carried out in advance of repairs throughout the castle and grounds. The excavations ran for 5 seasons between and What they found: Prehistoric pottery – possible late Bronze Age/early Iron Age Early Medieval pottery – E-ware sherds Medieval [ ].
A major excavation will shed light on the secrets behind a haunting castle. Archaeologists are due to hit Dundonald Castle to unearth exciting : Sarah Hilley. Dundonald Castle’s legacy is just beginning.
It’s a vibrant ‘living’ monument and holds a special place in the heart of its village. The busy Visitor Centre and welcoming café are the focal point for the famous Dundonald Highland Games and a unique place for local residents and their children to make memories for years to come.
Dundonald Castle was the property of Walter Stewart (); his son and successor Alexander was sometimes known as Alexander of Dundonald, perhaps because he was born there. This suggests that this may have been the chief place of the Kyle estates, but the Stewarts' court was held at.
Issue Dundonald Castle Excavations (October, ) Vol Issue 2 (October, ). Summary. Excavation of Dundonald Castle has not only revealed evidence of Iron Age and Early medieval occupation, but also a length of a vitrified rampart some 4m in thickness lying immediately E of the later barmkin wall, while at the NE corner of the barmkin there was also evidence of a timber palisade; excavation of metalled road surfaces and a groove worn in the bedrock indicated.
Explore the history of Dundonald Castle and find out about the two earlier castles that stood on the site and the Bronze Age and Iron Age remains found here. On top of the prominent hill at Dundonald is a stone castle built around by Robert II – but it wasn’t the first to stand on this site.
Recent archeological excavations show that the castle whose remains are on view today was just the latest in a long line of forts on top of this hill.
The excellent visitor centre and cafe run by the Friends of Dundonald Castle has a series of models showing stages in the castle's development. Books set in Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland: [The Hunter, Dundonald Castle Excavations - Scottish Archaeological Journal, Volume 26].
Excavation of Dundonald Castle has not only revealed evidence of Iron Age and Early medieval occupation, but also a length of a vitrified rampart some 4m in thickness lying immediately E of the later barmkin wall, while at the NE corner of the barmkin there was also evidence of a timber palisade; excavation of metalled road surfaces and a groove worn in the bedrock indicated that there.
Dundonald Castle Excavations (Scottish Archaeological Journal ()) Gordon Ewart, Denys Pringle Published by Edinburgh University Press (). Dundonald Castle Excavations "Scottish Archaeological Journal" Volume 26 (Paperback) Gordon Ewart £ Paperback.
Dundonald Castle is situated on a hill overlooking the village of Dundonald, between Kilmarnock and Troon in South Ayrshire, Scotland. Dundonald Castle is a fortified tower house built for Robert II on his accession to the throne of Scotland in and it was used as a royal residence by Robert II and his son Robert III.
Dark age hill nates: 55°34′37″N 4°35′50″W /. Explore the high-vaulted halls and gloomy prison of this powerful medieval stronghold, perched on a hill above the village. The main tower was built in the s by Robert II – the first monarch of the long Stewart dynasty – to mark his succession to the throne.
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