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Islay, Killinallan, Argyllshire.
|NGR:||NR 32050 72650|
|Vert. Range:||Not recorded|
Large deep cave, test pitted, contains archaeological deposits and constructions. Two test pits dug through deep stratigraphy but bedrock not reached. Many burnt layers and smoke blackening on roof suggest several periods of occupation. Finds include sherds of 19th to 20th century pottery and rim sherd of medieval hand-made pottery.
Alternate Names: None recorded.
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