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    Local History Books (A) [36 of 122]

    · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Author / Title | Shelf Mark | Type | Location | Keywords
    Patton, David L. H. - Arms of the County Councils of Scotland / by D . - Port Charlotte, , 1977 | A59.9 | Local Reference | Local History/...

    Toxside Quarry

    Identifier: MEL8066 · Date: Cremation Burial · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Bronze Age cremation urn found during quarrying


    Identifier: MEL8110 · Date: Cairn · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Remains of cairn


    Identifier: MEL8127 · Date: Cairn · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of Bronze Age burial cairn and cremation cemetery

    White Bog

    Identifier: MEL8129 · Date: Palisaded Enclosure · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Cropmarks of a palisaded enclosure, many pits of Neolithic and Bronze Age date and prehistoric settlement

    Outerston Hill

    Identifier: MEL8256 · Date: Findspot · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT35NW 6 3334 5575

    In 1938 a Collared Urn (RMS, EQ 447) was discovered in the eroded face of an old gravel pit on the crest of a ridge 200m NW of the shepherd's house on Outerston Hill. The urn ...

    Newbigging Opencast Coal Scheme / Newbigging Farm

    Identifier: MEL9375 · Date: Cremation Cemetery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Cremation cemetery

    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 Wood

    Identifier: MEL6554 · Date: Cremation Cemetery · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Small unenclosed cremation cemetery, probably Bronze Age

    Pencraig Hill

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

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