This book describes the results of a small research project undertaken at Glasgow University with the aim of revisiting the archaeology at the site through a study of the archive material from the 1950s excavations, and renewed survey and excavation work on the Isle Shetland over two summer seasons.
1. Introduction and Background 2. An Ogham-Inscribed Slab from St Ninian's Isle, Found in 1876 3. An Assessment of the 1955 to 1959 Excavations 4. Excavations to the South of the Chapel in 1999 and 2000 5. Discussion
The Society has published a series of monographs for more than 50 years. Our list includes synthetic edited volumes on specific themes such as the archaeology of the 11th century and maritime societies of the Viking and medieval world. We also publish excavation monographs on all medieval site types from cemeteries and burials, rural settlement, towns, industry, religious and monastic sites, to manors and moat. Accounts of some of medieval archaeology's most iconic excavations can be found here.
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