Academic Bibliography

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Stratigos, M. J. 2016. ‘A Reconsideration of the Distribution of Crannogs in Scotland’. In: Erskine, G. J. R., Jacobsson, P., Miller, P., Stetkiewicz, S. eds. 14th Iron Age Research Student Symposium, Edinburgh 29th May-1st June 2014. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 95-106. <http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id={3FEF7624-6E68-44BD-A029-92C1CF891519}>

Stratigos, M. J. & Noble, G. 2014. ‘Crannogs, castles and lordly residences: new research and dating of crannogs in north-east Scotland’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 144, 205-22. <http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/psas/contents.cfm?vol=144&CFID=985423&CFTOKEN=03D840A0-F89D-4800-9957430A35070E2B>


Barber, J.W., and Crone, A. 1993. ‘Crannogs; a diminishing resource? A survey of the crannogs of southwest Scotland and excavations at Buiston Crannog’. Antiquity 67, 520-533.

Burnett, J. H., 1851. ‘Two Bronze Cooking Vessels in the Loch of Leys’. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1, 26-27.

Cavers, G. 2006. ‘Late Bronze and Iron Age Lake Settlement in Scotland and Ireland: The Development of the ‘Crannog’ in the North and West.’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology 25, 389-412.

Cavers, G. 2007. ‘The complexity of crannog taphonomy: old and new evidence’. In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Cavers, G. 2010. Crannogs and Later Prehistoric Settlement in Western Scotland.  BAR 510. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Cavers, G., Crone, A., Engl, R., Fouracre, L., Hunter, F., Robertson, J., Thoms, J. ‘Refining Chronological Resolution in Iron Age Scotland: Excavations a Dorman’s Island Crannog, Dumfries and Galloway’. Journal of Wetland Archaeology 10, 71-108.

Cavers, G. and Henderson, J. 2005. ‘Underwater Excavation at Ederline Crannog, Loch Awe, Argyll, Scotland’. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 34, 282-298.

Cachart R. 1996. ‘Queen Margaret’s Inch, Loch of Forfar‘.  Discovery and Excavation Scotland p. 12.

Crone, A. 1993. ‘Crannogs and Chronologies’. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 123, 245-254.

Crone, A. 2000. The History of a Scottish Lowland Crannog: Excavations at Buiston, Ayrshire 1989-90.  Edinburgh: Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research.

Crone, A. and Campbell, E. 2005. A Crannog of the First Millennium AD. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Dixon, T. N. 1982. ‘A survey of crannogs in Loch Tay’.  Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 112, 17-38.

Dixon, T. N. 1984. ‘Oakbank Crannog’. Current Archaeology 90, 217-220.

Dixon, T. N. 1991. ‘Underwater survey in the Loch of Clunie, Perthshire’, Universtiy of Edinburgh Department of Archaeology Annual Report 37, 23-24.

Dixon, T.N. 2004. The Crannogs of Scotland: an Underwater Archaeology. Stroud: Tempus.

Dixon, T. N., 2007 ‘Crannog structure and dating in Perthshire with particular reference to Loch Tay’. In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Dixon, T. N., et. al. 2007. ‘Radiocarbon dating of the crannogs of Loch Tay, Perthshire (Scotland)’. Radiocarbon 49, 673–684.

Fredengren, C. 2002. Crannogs. Wicklow: Wordwell Ltd.

Hale, A., G., C., 2004. Scottish Marine Crannogs. Oxford: BAR Series 369.

Hale, A., G., C., 2007. ‘Crannogs in the south-east of Scotland’ In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Henderson, J. 1998. ‘A survey of crannogs in the Lake of Menteith, Stirlingshire’. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 128, 273-292.

Henderson J. 1998. ‘Islets Through Time: the definition dating and distribution of Crannogs’. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 17, 227-244.

Henderson, J. 2007. ‘Recognising complexity and realising the potential of Scottish Crannogs’. In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference Edinburgh.  Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Henderson, J. 2007b. ‘Resisting decay, wind and waves: new research on the lake-dwellings of south-west Scotland’. In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference  Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Henderson, J., Crone, A., and Cavers, G. 2003a. ‘A condition survey of selected crannogs in southwest Scotland’. Transactions of the Dumfries and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society. 77, 79-102.

Henderson, J., Crone, A., and Cavers, G. 2003b. ‘The Southwest Crannog Survey; Recent work on the lake dwellings of Dumfries and Galloway’. Transactions of the Dumfries and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society. 80, 29-51.

Holley, M. 2000. Artificial Islets/Crannogs of the Central Inner Hebrides. Oxford: BAR series 303.

Lenfert, R. 2013. ‘Integrating Crannogs and Hebridean Island Duns: Placing Scottish Island Dwellings into Context’ The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 8(1), 122-143.

Lillie, M., Smith R., Reed, J. and Inglis, R. ‘Monitoring in situ preservation on south-west Scottish crannogs’. In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th WARP Conference  Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

McArdle, C., McArdle, D. and Morrison, I. 1973. ‘Scottish lake-dwellings survey: archaeology and geomorphology in loch Awe, Argyllshire’.  International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 2, 381–2.

Morrison, I. 1985. Landscape with Lake Dwellings, the crannogs of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ. Press.

Munro, R. 1882. Ancient Scottish Lake-Dwellings. Edinburgh.

Munro, R. 1890. The Lake Dwellings of Europe. London: Cassell and Co., Ltd.

O’Sullivan, A. and Sands, R. 2007. ‘Coolure Demesne crannog, Lough Derravaragh: an introduction to its archaeology and landscapes.’ In eds. Barber J. et. al. Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives; proceedings of the 11th  WARP Conference Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Piggot C.M. 1953. ‘Milton Loch Crannog 1’. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 87, 134-152.

Shelley, M. 2009. Freshwater Scottish loch settlements of the Late Medieval and Early Modern periods; with particular reference to northern Stirlingshire, central and northern Perthshire, northern Angus, Loch Awe and Loch Lomond. Ph.D. Thesis. Edinburgh University: U.K.

 

Stuart, J. 1875. ‘Note on Recent excavation of St. Margaret’s Inch, in the Loch of Forfar’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 10, 31-34. 

 

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