Penetrating the Forgotten Plan of Druminnor: GPR Survey at Druminnor Castle, Aberdeenshire in 2019

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)384-391
Number of pages7
JournalMedieval Archaeology
Issue number2
Early online date22 Dec 2020
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2020

Bibliographical note

Sincere thanks are owed to the site owner, Alex Forbes, for permission to continue digging up his lawns and car park and for his endless knowledge of things ‘Forbes’. The Castle Studies Trust kindly funded the geophysics programme, which was undertaken by Emil Tanasie, who has continued to go beyond the call of duty to add further expertise and knowledge to the project. Also, many thanks to all the volunteers who return year after year. We are all grateful to Bruce Mann and Aberdeenshire Council Archaeology Service for their enthusiastic support of the project and for funding the radiocarbon analyses. A grant from the Hunter Archaeological and Historical Trust supported important environmental analysis of samples from the kiln, and Dr Ciara Clarke of AOC and Dr Murray Cook both offered valuable advice relating to the collection of those. Dr Penny Dransart kindly commented on a draft of this paper and made many
observations and suggestions that have been acted upon. Any errors are down to me.

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