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ECC 12.2/2.10 Eilean Chalium Cille

ECC 12.2/2.10 Eilean Chalium Cille


STONE SETTING? (Early Prehistoric - 500000 BC to 4001 BC)
KILN? (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)
Stone feature, possibly setting for a standing stone, or kiln remains


NB 38742 21172

Full description:

"Situated on the southern slopes of the hills overlooking the south shore of Eilean Chalium Cille, the remains of this structure survive as a stone lined hollow in the ground and measure 0.75 metres in diameter and 0.5 metres deep. Located 8 metres to the north of a similar feature (12.1/2.9) this structure may represent the remains of a kiln, or alternatively may mark the stone hole of a large stone that was removed during the episodes of clearance that occurred during the mid 1980s." (Burgess 2004, 81)


Chris Burgess, Northamptonshire Archaeology. 2004. Northamptonshire Archaeology Archaeological Survey and Evaluation of Eilean Chalium Chille and the Putative Site of the Seaforth Head Castle. Part No Loch Seaforth Head Gazeteer.


Information provided by Western Isles Council Sites & Monuments Record, January 2006.


Title: ECC 12.2/2.10 Eilean Chalium Cille
Record Type: Historical/ Archaeological Sites
Type: Kiln
Period: Crofting (1850-1950 AD)
SMR Record ID: MWE144705
Grid Ref Northing: 921172
Grid Ref Easting: 138742
Record Maintained By: CEP
Subject Id: 31917