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St Kilda Archaeologist's Report

Every autumn the NTS St Kilda Archaeologist produces a report summarising the archaeological work on and off the island. Amongst the many tasks covered in this year's report are: the cleit and dyke surveys, work carried out by work parties throughout the summer, and a summary of work for the winter months off the island. In the appendices of the report we take a closer look at the excavations around House 6 (Appendix 1) and also investigate the coastal erosion in Village Bay (Appendix 2).

Download:
St Kilda Archaeologist's Report 2005
St Kilda Archaeologist's Report 2005 - Appendix 1
St Kilda Archaeologist's Report 2005 - Appendix 2

 

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