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    Pentland

    Identifier: MEL8073 · Date: Cist · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Stray find of a stone battle-axe

    Kirkhill

    Identifier: MEL8173 · Date: Short Cist · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of a Bronze Age short cist discovered in the 1930s

    Borthwick

    Identifier: MEL8220 · Date: Cairn · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT35NE 13 unlocated.

    There were a great many cairns in Borthwick parish. When opened, they were found to contain cists and urns which contained burnt human remains. Cists and urns alone have als...

    Shiel Loch, Torcraik

    Identifier: MEL8232 · Date: Cairn · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT35NE 7 353 589.

    A Food Vessel from Shiel Loch, Torcraik is in the Royal Museum of Scotland [RMS] (EE 10). It was found on the 18th March 1814 in a short cist within a large cairn. Five or six ...

    Costerton Mains, Blackshiels

    Identifier: MEL8574 · Date: Cist · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT46SW 13 4320 6260

    In 1934 a cist was found about 180m W of Costerton Mains steading. It contained a tripartite Food Vessel decorated with horizontal and vertical lines of impressed cord (RMS,E...

    Bleak Law, Saughland

    Identifier: MEL8578 · Date: Cist · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT46SW 20 c. 424 614

    In the 1820s two cists and seven urns were found in a 'tumulus' known as 'Black-law Knoll' on the farm of Saughland. One of the cists contained an inhumation, and the urns h...

    Camptoun / Camptown, Athelstaneford, Captain-head, Greystanes Field

    Identifier: MEL898 · Date: Findspot · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Stray find of two flat axe heads, early Bronze Age

    Drem Farm

    Identifier: MEL936 · Date: Findspot · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Short cist and beaker

    Eweford West

    Identifier: MEL7001 · Date: Cremation Cemetery · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Neolithic pits and structures, Bronze Age cremation burials and cairn, Mesolithic microliths, Iron Age cist

    Pencraig Hill

    Identifier: MEL6553 · Date: Site · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Probable earlier Neolithic long mortuary enclosure and cist, later Mesolithic microlith