Dataset collection for: Being an Islander - Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600 - Appendix 12.1
Barrett, James H.
Batey, Colleen E.
Catalogue of worked stone, worked bone, worked antler, non-ferrous metalwork and other miscellaneous finds from Quoygrew
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
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Barrett, J. H., Batey, C. E., & Deckers, P. (2012). Dataset collection for: Being an Islander - Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600 - Appendix 12.1 [Dataset]. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/243774
This is Appendix 12.1 of the McDonald Institute monograph 'Being an Islander: Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600', edited by James H. Barrett. The monograph describes archaeological excavations at the site of Quoygrew in Orkney and explores how 'small worlds' both reflected and impacted the fundamental pan-European watersheds of the Middle Ages.
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Quoygrew, worked stone, worked bone, worked antler, non-ferrous metalwork
The project was made possible by the core backing of Historic Scotland, but important funding was also provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Arts and Humanities Research Board (now the Arts and Humanities Research Council), the British Academy, the Hunter Archaeological Trust, the Leverhulme Trust, the National Lottery (Big Lottery Fund), the Orkney Archaeological Trust, Orkney College, Orkney Islands Council, the Society for Medieval Archaeology, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada) and the Universities of Cambridge, Glasgow and York.
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