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3D Documentation of Global Historic Sites: the ‘scottish Ten’ Project and Its Applications for Cultural Heritage : Volume Xxxviii-5/W16, Issue 1 (07/09/2012)

By: D. S. Mitchell; A. Rawlinson; D. K. Pritchard; L. Wilson; H. C. McGregor

... connections. This paper focuses on the recent 3D survey work in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site in Scotland. Two principal sites, Skara Brae and Maeshowe, are described, the methodologies undertaken and the results so far. Aside from generating accurate survey records, data will be utilised for analysis and interpretation, monitoring, visualisation an...

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Skara Brae

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...e Skara Brae, looking north ... ... Skara Brae, looking north ... ... Europe and North America Skara Brae is a stone-built Neolithic settlement, located on the Bay of Sk... ... Europe and North America Skara Brae is a stone-built Neolithic settlement, located on the Bay of Skaill o... ... from roughly 3180 BCE–2500 BCE. Europe's most complete Neolithic village, Skara Brae gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status as one of four sites ma... ...roughly 3180 BCE–2500 BCE. Europe's most complete Neolithic village, Skara Brae gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status as one of four sites making u... ...to University of Edinburgh's Professor Vere Gordon Childe who travelled to Skara Brae for the first time in mid-1927.[2] Neolithic... ...versity of Edinburgh's Professor Vere Gordon Childe who travelled to Skara Brae for the first time in mid-1927.[2] Neolithic lifes... ...in mid-1927.[2] Neolithic lifestyle Skara Brae's inhabitants were apparently makers and users of grooved ware, ...

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Catalog Fver Skara Kongl. Gymnasii Bibliothek. .

By: Wilhelm Olof Luth

...rld Public Library.org KONGL. GYMNASII BIBLIOTHEK Title: CATALOG OFVER SKARA KONGL. GYMNASII BIBLIOTHEK Author: WILHELM LUTH Language: English ... ....a ~. ' \ . , \ • • CATALOG', I • · , .... • OFVEIt . • It , , SKARA KONGL. GYMNASII - BIB. L lOT' H E K. • M . -. . .. -I . ') . ,... ... ~ : .; .. : I. ~ /I" e: : .~ •• :. 4 .... :·. ~ :.,-S •• ~ , ... • • • SKARA. C. M. T 0 a I If. • , i8ao. • " - .. ... - .\ I .... , .... ...I • - . :~ 'N"~' i "" ~ · , \ • • CA,ALOG" , .. • • t . . • ( SKARA KONGL GYMNASII . , . BIB.LIOTHEK. \ \ . .. - I . /,,) " t"p... ...• .... ----------.. ....... ........-..---; ---_ ... ----. -- ......... ~~ SKARA. C. M. T 0 a I If. • , 1830.' • ..... - , . • ... " . .. ... ...leons Hiatoria. l:}el. "1--3~ Stockb. 2813--14- 8:0.. '"'. .... _ Anonyma. braE hiJrande till" den bemliga Krooikan om Napoleoll - och haos hof. Ofv...

...Book digitized from the holdings of the New York Public Library. Classed catalog prepared by Wilhelm Olof Luth, librarian from 1808 to 1844. Cf. Skara / utgiven av Skara historiekommitt‚ under red. av Bo Andersson, v. 2 (1975), p. 534-536....

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Skara Brae (band)

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...ll, with Dáithí Sproule from Derry . In October 2013, a newly reunited Skara Brae will embark on their first-ever (5-date) US tour. Origin Th... ...th Dáithí Sproule from Derry . In October 2013, a newly reunited Skara Brae will embark on their first-ever (5-date) US tour. Origin Though b... ...s held in Rannafast during the late 1960s and subsequently formed the band Skara Brae while Triona and Maighread were still attending school. Mícheál ... ... in Rannafast during the late 1960s and subsequently formed the band Skara Brae while Triona and Maighread were still attending school. Mícheál and Dá... ...ed in the city over the next year. History Unique album In 1971, Skara Brae released Skara Brae , a self-titled album of "beautifully perf... ...the city over the next year. History Unique album In 1971, Skara Brae released Skara Brae , a self-titled album of "beautifully performed ... ...s, and Kevin Burke, piper Paddy Keenan, and Dónal Lunny . Reunions Skara Brae reunited for two concerts for the Scoil Gheimhridh Frankie Kenne... ... Kevin Burke, piper Paddy Keenan, and Dónal Lunny . Reunions Skara Brae reunited for two concerts for the Scoil Gheimhridh Frankie Kennedy in ... ...ond one in 2005. On 12 September 2013, Dáithí Sproule announced the first Skara Brae (5-date) US tour to last from 25 to 30 October 2013 and to visit...

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Place-Names of Scotland

By: Johnston, James B. (James Brown), B. 1862

...tion for a con- siderable distance ; see Aberfoyle, Aberfeldy, Abergeldie (Braemar), Aberchirder (Banff) ; and as far west as Aberchalder on the Caled... ... ; penny or penni has nothing to do with pen (see p. Ivii). Then there are brae, G. braigh, the upper part of anything, hence BRAEMAR, the Braes of Ba... ... of Balquhidder, &c., but also quite common in Lowland names, as in Cobble Brae (Fal- kirk), Whale Brae (Newhaven) ; cairn ; corrie, G. coire, lit. a ... ...st vowel dropped out, as is also seen in BIL-BSTER and SCRA-BSTER (in 1201 Skara-bolstad). As common as any is the form -host, as in Colbost, GARRABOS... ...hrough which it flows, as in Galawater, Jedwater, Kulewater : ' Nor Yarrow braes nor Ettrick shaws can match the lads o' Galawater.' A curious and Ix... ...and Ir. poll, a pool or bog or hole. Cf. Ballinfoyle, Ireland. ABERGELDIE (Braemar). ' Confluence of the Gelder ;' G. geal dobhar or dor, 'clear, fair... ..., sgur, a rock, mountain. SCOURINGBURN (Dundee). SCRABSTER (Thurso). 1201, Skarabolstad; c. 1225, -abolstr; 1455, Scrabestoun ; 1557, Scrabustar. N. s...

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Bay of Skaill

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...tractions Bay of Skaill is the location of the famous Neolithic settlement, Skara Brae, and a large residence, Skaill House, the property of the l... ...ons Bay of Skaill is the location of the famous Neolithic settlement, Skara Brae, and a large residence, Skaill House, the property of the laird o... ...nd a large residence, Skaill House, the property of the laird on whose estate Skara Brae was discovered. Skaill House has connections with Captain J... ...arge residence, Skaill House, the property of the laird on whose estate Skara Brae was discovered. Skaill House has connections with Captain James C... ... Viking hoard In March 1858, a boy named David Linklater was digging at Muckle Brae, near the Sandwick parish church, when he came across a few piec...

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Place-Names of Scotland

By: Johnston, James B. (James Brown), B. 1862

...ction for a con- siderable distance; see Aberfoyle, Aberfeldy, Abergeldie (Braemar), Aberchirder (Banff) ; and as far west as Aberchalder on the Caled... ...R; penny or penni has nothing to do with pen (see p. Ivii). Then there are brae, G. braigh, the upper part of anything, hence BRAEMAR, the Braes of Ba... ... of Balquhidder, &c., but also quite common in Lowland names, as in Cobble Brae (Fal- kirk), Whale Brae (Newhaven); cairn; corrie, G. coire, lit. a ca... ...st vowel dropped out, as is also seen in BIL-BSTER and SCRA-BSTER (in 1201 Skara-bolstad). As common as any is the form -bost, as in Colbost, GARRABOS... ...hrough which it flows, as in Galawater, Jedwater, Rulewater : ' Nor Yarrow braes nor Ettrick shaws can match the lads o' Galawater.' A curious and Ix... ...and Ir. poll, a pool or bog or hole. Gf. Ballinfoyle, Ireland. ABERGELDIE (Braemar). ' Confluence of the Gelder ;' G. geal dob/iar or dor, ' clear, fa... ..., sgur, a rock, mountain. SCOURIXGBURX (Dundee). SCRABSTER (Thurso). 1201, Skarabolstad ; c. 1225, -abolstr: 1455, Scrabestoun ; 1557, Scrabustar. X. ...

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1928 in archaeology

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... first excavations at Et-Tell . V. Gordon Childe begins excavations at Skara Brae . Stuart Piggott begins excavations at Butser Hill . Marthe a... ... excavations at Et-Tell . V. Gordon Childe begins excavations at Skara Brae . Stuart Piggott begins excavations at Butser Hill . Marthe and Sai...

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Place Names of Ross and Cromarty

By: Watson, William John, 1865

...a muic, sow's pool, opposite Gledfield ; pott a ckapuill, horse pool, near Braelangwell ; linne sgainne, pool of the burst, a large dam-like pool oppo... ... as belonging to the Abbey of Fearn, and no doubt refers to the braighe or brae- face above the pool. In 1623 appears " part of Carron called Polmorra... .... An t-allt domhainn- Deep burn, flowing through the corry just mentioned. Braelangwell -G. braigh-langail, upper part of Langwell. Bard an asairidh A... ...y Paul Mac- tyre. This, however, does not necessarily affect the argument. Brae G. a bhraigh. Doune Downe, 1657 ; a township on the Oykell ; dun, fort... ...is said, from a drinking place which once existed here. Queebec Bridge and Brae, on the Scotsburn road about two miles from Tain ; the name arose from... ...losta (Blaeu), Toll's stead; Mealasta, Link's stead, from melr ; Scarasta, Skara-sta^r, from skari, a young sea-mew ; Eirasta, beach- stead ; Grimerst...

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Barnhouse Settlement

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...en found. These houses have similarities to the better-known settlement at Skara Brae in that they have central hearths, beds built against the walls ... ...nd. These houses have similarities to the better-known settlement at Skara Brae in that they have central hearths, beds built against the walls and st... ...ttery of the grooved ware type was found, as at the Stones of Stenness and Skara Brae. Flint and stone tools were found, as well as a piece of pitchst... ...of the grooved ware type was found, as at the Stones of Stenness and Skara Brae. Flint and stone tools were found, as well as a piece of pitchstone th...

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Monumenta historiæ danicæ : historiske kildeskrifter og bearbejdelser af dansk historie især fra det 16. aarhundrede; Volume: 1

By: Rørdam, Holger Frederik, 1830-Carlsbergfondet (Copenhagen, Denmark)

...December. „Thet samfelte konge Rådt" skriver fra Stockholm til (xrev Peder Brae og Hr. Hoffwenskåll Nielsson: „late wij ether venligen forstå, att Han... ...g. rådh, nw åhr till stades. Udskrift: The edle wålborne herrer, her Peder Brae, greffue till Wijsingzborg och frijherre till Ribbo- holni, sampt her ... ...e hogbe*'' k, m. hreff, att wij skulle haffue her i befastningenn Lasse v. Skara och SifFridh Joen- sonn thill wachtt ocli elhest thil att forsuara be... ...ga, thernogon n(;)dh på kommer; doch liclie wall forschickade wij Lasse V. Skaras knechtar vp thill Ostergottlandh, thett forste tiendherna wåre inkom... ...paa Bahus. og at de paa Tilbagetoget havde maattet lade deres Skyts staa i Skara. ,.ich hoffe. der liebe Gott wird gelucks vor- liehen. das wir dahint... ...rykket frem i Sverig til Frølund, meddeler Kongen sin Plan om at drage til Skara i Vestergøthland, m. m. Durchlauchtigster grossmechtiger konningk, eu... ... 350. Sjoblad, se Per Christerson. Skanderborg. 304, 306, 511—2, 569, 669. Skara. 536, 725. V. Skara, Lasse, Høvedsmand. 133, 193—4, 252, 761. Skatelø...

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World Heritage Sites in Scotland

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... S Scottish Ten Skara Brae St Kilda, Scotland Standing Stones of St... ... S Scottish Ten Skara Brae St Kilda, Scotland Standing Stones of Stenness... ... S Scottish Ten Skara Brae St Kilda, Scotland Standing Stones of St... ... S Scottish Ten Skara Brae St Kilda, Scotland Standing Stones of Stenness...

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The Influence of Man on Animal Life in Scotland; Study in Faunal Evolution

By: Ritchie, James, B. 1882

...s apparently belonging to the period of the brochs or "Pictish Towers," at Skara in Orkney and in an ancient mound at Keiss in Caithness, as well as i... ... even in the outer islands, on the mainland of Orkney near Kirkwall and at Skara, and in the outer Hebrides in Harris; in kitchen-middens or shell-mou... ...down: and they leap over ditches very nimbly, yea up and down rugged Mossy braes or hillocks with heavy riders upon them, which I could not look upon ... ...h I could not look upon but with Admiration, yea I have seen them climb up braes upon their knees, when otherwise they could not get the height overco... ... ground now occupied by Union Terrace was spoken of only as the "Dove Cott Brae ?" Although in England there have been evolved charac- teristic races ... ...he undeveloped poultry of the good old days, which sold at ^d. each (as at Braemar in i 567). The carriage of the Scots Grey is that of the Jungle Fow... ... the Dae, the Rae, The Fulmart and false Fox, The beardit Buck clam up the Brae, With birssy Bairs and Brocks: Sum feiding, sum dreiding, The Hunter's... ... 193, 329 Sitodrepa (Anobit4i) panicea, 410, 444 Sitotroga cerealella, 442 Skara, Orkney, 52, 57 Skaw lighthouse, 378 Skeen, Loch, 134 Skink, Blue-tai...

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Rinyo

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...y Vere Gordon Childe, (who is perhaps best known for his excavation of Skara Brae on Mainland Orkney ) and by W. G. Grant. Finds included flint ... ...e Gordon Childe, (who is perhaps best known for his excavation of Skara Brae on Mainland Orkney ) and by W. G. Grant. Finds included flint implem...

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The Realm of the Great Goddess; The Story of the Megalith Builders

By: Reden, Sibylle Von, 1910

... and ten years ago, a tremendous winter gale blew away the grass covering of Skara Brae, a high sand dune on the south of Skail Bay, and disclosed ben... ...en years ago, a tremendous winter gale blew away the grass covering of Skara Brae, a high sand dune on the south of Skail Bay, and disclosed beneath i... ...d yellow paint, whidi may havebeen used for painting the body. The people of Skara Brae lived by keeping sheep and cattle, and they also collected she... ...ow paint, whidi may havebeen used for painting the body. The people of Skara Brae lived by keeping sheep and cattle, and they also collected shells. N... ...they also collected shells. No sign of any imported objects came to light at Skara Brae to indicate any con nection with the outside world. The little... ...lso collected shells. No sign of any imported objects came to light at Skara Brae to indicate any con nection with the outside world. The little commu... ...d of the Mediterranean to the loneliness and emptiness of the far north. But Skara,Brae, with its stone rooms in which the hearths seem only just to h... ...he Mediterranean to the loneliness and emptiness of the far north. But Skara,Brae, with its stone rooms in which the hearths seem only just to have co... ...arney 104 Gold "sun disk" from Ballina - 105 Interior of house at Skara Brae The only clue is that the Roman road makes a detour round it;...

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Standing Stones of Stenness

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...nd animal bones were found in the ditch. The pottery links the monument to Skara Brae and Maeshowe, and the site is thought to date from at least 3000... ...mal bones were found in the ditch. The pottery links the monument to Skara Brae and Maeshowe, and the site is thought to date from at least 3000 BC. ... ...n addition to the Standing Stones of Stenness, the site includes Maeshowe, Skara Brae, the Ring of Brodgar and other nearby sites. It is managed by Hi... ...tion to the Standing Stones of Stenness, the site includes Maeshowe, Skara Brae, the Ring of Brodgar and other nearby sites. It is managed by Historic... ...' for the site begins: The monuments at the heart of Neolithic Orkney and Skara Brae proclaim the triumphs of the human spirit in early ages and isol... ...the site begins: The monuments at the heart of Neolithic Orkney and Skara Brae proclaim the triumphs of the human spirit in early ages and isolated p... ...ho buried their dead in tombs like Maes Howe and lived in settlements like Skara Brae.. Historic Scotland. Wayback archive of 5 September 2007 retriev... ...ied their dead in tombs like Maes Howe and lived in settlements like Skara Brae.. Historic Scotland. Wayback archive of 5 September 2007 retrieved on ...

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Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales : A Sequel to the Nursery Rhymes of England

By: Halliwell Phillips, James Orchard, 1820-1889

...l be seen by me. —The reflection of a face in a looking-glass. Banks full, braes full. Though ye gather all day, Ye'll not gather your hands full. —Th... ...blod ar i mig funnen ; Manga herrar de mig bara, Med hvassa knifvar de mig skara. Mangen har jag gifvit ara, Mangen har jag tagit af, Mangen har jag l... ...y ? Where ha' ye been a' day, My boy Tammy ? I've been by burn and flow'ry brae, Meadow green and mountain gray. Courting o' this young thing, Just co...

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Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill

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... music. She is famed for her work with traditional Irish groups such as Skara Brae, The Bothy Band, Relativity, Touchstone, and Nightnoise . ... .... She is famed for her work with traditional Irish groups such as Skara Brae, The Bothy Band, Relativity, Touchstone, and Nightnoise . Early ... ...í Sproule, Ní Dhomhnaill first attracted attention with their folk group, Skara Brae, that specialized in songs sung in Gaelic, many sourced from th... ...ule, Ní Dhomhnaill first attracted attention with their folk group, Skara Brae, that specialized in songs sung in Gaelic, many sourced from the Rann... ...ona (1975) Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (1993) The Key's Within (2010) With Skara Brae Skara Brae (1971) With Clannad Clannad 2 (1975) With... ...1975) Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (1993) The Key's Within (2010) With Skara Brae Skara Brae (1971) With Clannad Clannad 2 (1975) With The B...

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Place Names, Highlands and Islands of Scotland

By: Macbain, Alexander, 1855-1907; Watson, William J. (William John), 1865-1948

...atigable Sir Robert Gordon. The Gaelic name for Sutherland is Cataobh, and Brae- Chat is Sir Robert Gordon's designation for the upper regions of Lair... ...s, and it was from him, as eldest direct descendants, that their claims of Brae Lochaber arose. The last two Lords of the Isles seem to have ignored A... ...the Isles the lands of Glenluy and Locharkaig, west of Loch Lochy, and the Brae Lochaber lands, at first as far down as Loch Lochy, the chief demesne ... ...oth-hundainn, Bothinton in 1444, is one of the many BOTHS or " steads " of Brae- Lochaber, and it is a puzzhng name, for Hundaidh or Hundainn did duty... ...Scarista in Uig, Lewis, not named in the Rental; these are synonymous with Skara-stadr, 112 PLACE-NAMES OF THE HEBHIDES. in Iceland. Skari (skorey, i... ...a young gull still in its grey plumage; but it is also a nickname, so that Skara-stadr if* not the '•' stead of a skorey," but the " stead of Skaii.""... ...Long- water appears several times; and there are Breidh-bhat (Broad lake), Skara-bhat (Skari's water, see Scarista), Lacsabhat (Lax or salmon), and nu... ...ry stands for Norse Asgrims-erg, the " airigh" of Asgrim? Or Scrabster for Skara-bolstadhr ? Then again Dr Gillies has clearly trusted for his form of... ...21 Siol-Mliatliaiy, 23 .sitheau, 309 Sitbean Mor Dhail a' Caor- uiun, 252 .Skaravat, 117 .Skeabost, 171 .Skegirsta, 110 .Skelbo, 8, 13, 19 .Skelbustar...

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Atlantic roundhouse

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...he earlier externally unprepossessing types of dwelling, such as those at Skara Brae, towards structures which were more dominating features in the l... ...lier externally unprepossessing types of dwelling, such as those at Skara Brae, towards structures which were more dominating features in the landsca...

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The Orkneys and Shetland; Their Past and Present State

By: Tudor, John R

...nd Harray ; Maes Hoive ; The Rings of Slenness and Brogar, and the Weem of Skara Brae. Loch of Sternest—The Bush—Fishes and Aquatic Plants—Loch ofHarr... ...ray ; Maes Hoive ; The Rings of Slenness and Brogar, and the Weem of Skara Brae. Loch of Sternest—The Bush—Fishes and Aquatic Plants—Loch ofHarray —Ly... ...entury—Destructvon of Stone of Odin by Highland Goth—Stones of Via—Weem of Skara Brae—Hole of Row . . Pages 299 — 311 CHAPTER XXIV. THE ORKNEYS—STROMN... ...—Destructvon of Stone of Odin by Highland Goth—Stones of Via—Weem of Skara Brae—Hole of Row . . Pages 299 — 311 CHAPTER XXIV. THE ORKNEYS—STROMNESS AN... ...E SOUTH ISLES. Hoy and Walls. Description of—Orcadian Small Boats—The Kaim—Braebrough—Old Man—Wreck of the Albion—The Manse—Dwarfie Stone—Ward Hill—Pu... ...anse—Dwarfie Stone—Ward Hill—Pulpit in Church—Meadow of the Kaitn—The Kaim—Brae- CONTENTS. xvii rough—Old Man—Rackwick—Berriedale — "A far better coo... ...array ; Maes Howe ; The Rin^^'s of Stenness and Brogar ; and The JVeeni of Skara Brae. Nowhere else on British soil are to be found so many relics of ... ...und of Maes Howe, and end with the Weem or group of primitive dwellings at Skara Brae, on the shores of the Bay of Skail. It is an excursion replete w... ...e south-eastern corner of the Bay of Skail, lie the remains of the Weem of Skara Brae, one of the most remarkable series of primitive dwellings known,...

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Fingal (music group)

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...oved to Dublin for university in 1968. He was a member of such ground-breaking groups as Skara Brae and Altan, before joining Fingal. ... ...o Dublin for university in 1968. He was a member of such ground-breaking groups as Skara Brae and Altan, before joining Fingal. Ja...

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The Idea of Prehistory

By: Glyn Daniel

...unately, into the filth and stench that must have existed in the houses at Skara Brae and Little Woodbury, but the artistic achievements of prehistory... ...y, into the filth and stench that must have existed in the houses at Skara Brae and Little Woodbury, but the artistic achievements of prehistory requi... ...3 ' Shells as Evidence of the Mi- grations of Early Culture, no PREHISTORY Skara Brae houses, 201 Smith, Charles Roach, 182 Smith, George, 186, 187 Sm... ...ells as Evidence of the Mi- grations of Early Culture, no PREHISTORY Skara Brae houses, 201 Smith, Charles Roach, 182 Smith, George, 186, 187 Smith, G...

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Historic sites in Scotland

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... Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Skara Brae, Orkney Standing Stones of Stenness, Or... ... Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Skara Brae, Orkney Standing Stones of Stenness, Orkney ...

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The Poems of William Dunbar, Now First Collected. With Notes, And a Memoir of His Life. By David Laing : Volume 3

By: Dunbar, William, 1460-1520; Small, John, 1828-1886; Mackay, Ae. J. G. (Aeneas James George), 1839-1911; Gregor, Walter, 1827-1897; Mcneill, George Powell

...9. Nafowlis ofeffect ='^0 noble or clean birds build among these slopes or braes. 293. Wariet appil—T\\& cursed apple. See ' Bruce,' vii. 1. 228 ; and... ...top after "schrew." vS'r/^^r^=menace, threatening. Cp. O.Sw. skorra, Icel. skara. Barbour says — ' Com vith gret schojT and mannasyng." — 'Bruce,' vi.... ... brave. Schoir=\.o brag, to boast, accompanied with the idea of noise. Cp. skara, to poke the fire ; Sw. skorra, to make a grating noise ; Dan. skiirr... ... and turrets very high. Strait= steep, hence difficult to climb. "A strait brae" is still a common expression, //e on /«V/i;/=High in height — i.e.., ...

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1913 in archaeology

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... Miscellaneous The Neolithic site at Skara Brae on Mainland, Orkney (Scotland) is plundered. ... ... Miscellaneous The Neolithic site at Skara Brae on Mainland, Orkney (Scotland) is plundered. ...

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Bulletin : Vol. 18, Part 1

By: New York Public Library

...illiam. On the remains of a vitrified fort, or site, in the island of Cum- brae, with notes on the vitrified forts of Berigonium, Glen Nevis, Craig Ph... ...277.) CPA Notice of the discovery of incised cup- and ring-sculpturings at Braes of Bal- loch near Taymouth castle, illus. (Society of Antiquaries of ... ...orge. Notice of bronze ornaments and a thin bifid blade of bronze from the Braes of Gight, Aberdeenshire. illus. (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. ... ... 1861. 8. v. 18, p. 353-358.) CA Notice of ruins of ancient dwell- ings at Skara, bay of Skaill, in the parish of Sandwick, Orkney, recently excavated... ...e monetaire des Pays-Bas; publics par Frederic Verachter. Anvers: T. G. de Braey, 1840-45. 1 p.l., 245 p., 15 pi. 8. TF Verkade, V. Muntboek zevattend... ... north-east coast of Scotland. 11. Aberdeen, and home via Balmoral and the Braes of Mar. 12. Edinburgh and its surroundings. 1880 Caledonia described ...

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1850 in archaeology

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...es to 1854). Finds Skara Brae revealed by weather. Tara Brooch (c.700... ...1854). Finds Skara Brae revealed by weather. Tara Brooch (c.700 AD) f...

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The Northern Light

...uch (or marc than twenty >Kars has ' been bnavMg to Kaihurst and the North Skara thr best in '. and S buffs, and miaur % will not want 'hi.- musical r... ...hurst Jcycees TiirJaa.1i uat^fate at Travel, Lounsbury used r~~~ 422 GOWAN BRAE STOP BALDNESS FREE SCALPCLINIC , Newcastleon Friday, Oct. 22ONLY littl... ...1976 5 s Organ Guild I - 4ft HOUDAY HMT-A-CAR SHOALVOBR9BOB 548-8041 GOWAN BRAE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB MlKNO ITS ANNUAL TROPHY NIGHT THURSDAY , OCT 28 7:... ...st Branch (AMR meeting. Flowers .it Una* Training Centre. 8pm Ladies Gowan Brae (Ml and Club annual meeting at n of Mrs Edythe Hatheway. 1875 Cart Dr ... ...Of Its yd to reveal a Income Forecost lighest In History rnplof ( pro(r*Bi brae * Miatakag rf *rpw . (! -active 7UW 10o IF WTEREST PAD ANNUALLY M "tke... ...alien set but aa English for last | of had weather The i are held at Cowan Brae Goaf and Country Chds.as idsnl techniques of travelling smooth!) over ...

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1930 in archaeology

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...s Vere Gordon Childe completes excavations at Skara Brae (begun in 1928). John Garstang begins e... ... Vere Gordon Childe completes excavations at Skara Brae (begun in 1928). John Garstang begins excavat...

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The Naturalists' directory; Issue: 1905

By: Cassino, Samuel Edson, 1856-1937, Compiler

...h.* 659 Brady, Wm., Chief Chem.. 111. Steel Co.. So. Chicago. 111. Chem. 660 Braendle. Fred J., 1317 Y St., N. W.. Washington, D. C. Crypt. Flora of D... ...eol. Field, Walter. St. Helen's, Ore. Hastings, Sussex. Orn. Fingland, Mrs., Braehead Villa, Cathcart, Glasgow, Scotland. Geol. FiNZi, J. A , Hanover ... ...d, Alexandria. Ool. Brazier, Amelia Rossiter, Milford, Macpherson St., Sugar Brae, Waverly, near Sydney. Con. C. Brazier, Eleanor Rossiter, Milford, M... ...ar Sydney. Con. C. Brazier, Eleanor Rossiter, Milford, Macpherson St., Sugar Brae, Waverly, near Sydney. Con. C Brazier, Frederic Chas., Milford, Macp... ...ard, Ph.D., Stadtchemiker, Goteborg. Chem.* Almquist, Emil, Lehrer der Bot., Skara. Biol., Syst. Bot. C. Ex. Ammitzboll, Ivar Frederik Kristian, Med. ... ... Lektor, Vexjo (Vexjo Lan). Orn., Orth. Hallander, Wilh., Dir. Veter. Inst., Skara. Hallsten, Nils, Ofverslo. Phaen. Ex. Hamberg, Axel, Fil. Dr., Dece... ...Anat. et Emb. comp. Hammar, Sven, Dir. Chem. Station and Seed-contr. Office, Skara. Chem. Hammarstedt, Eduard, Amanuensis, Ethnograph. Mus. of the Nor... ...mmakaregatan 23, Stockholm. Lilliestjerna, H. v., Egare af Ek vid Mariestad (Skaraborgs Lan). Ool. Lindegr^n, Johann Fredr. Aug., Med. Dr., Provincial... ...Dr. phil., Westervik. Phaen., Rubus. Lundberg, J. Bernhard, Pastor, Elgar&s (Skaraborgs Lan). Coleopt. Lundberg, K. N. K. Med. Dr., Lakare, Karlstad (...

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The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate

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...od Tarjan—arrived and unleashed foul creatures which destroyed the town of Skara Brae. The box cover states it thus: Skara Brae is in ruins. Roscoe's ... ...jan—arrived and unleashed foul creatures which destroyed the town of Skara Brae. The box cover states it thus: Skara Brae is in ruins. Roscoe's Energy... .... The Thief of Fate. The game begins in a refugee camp outside the ruined Skara Brae, which replaces the now-destroyed adventurer's guild from the pr... ...Thief of Fate. The game begins in a refugee camp outside the ruined Skara Brae, which replaces the now-destroyed adventurer's guild from the previous... ...y will embark on missions to other worlds over the course of their quest. Skara Brae was scaled down considerably. The ruins are 16x16 map tiles inst... ... embark on missions to other worlds over the course of their quest. Skara Brae was scaled down considerably. The ruins are 16x16 map tiles instead of... ...i ap Tarj, a servant of the mad god Tarjan, in the "Mad God" dungeon below Skara Brae, a startup quest for the characters to attain power which can be... ...arj, a servant of the mad god Tarjan, in the "Mad God" dungeon below Skara Brae, a startup quest for the characters to attain power which can be ignor... ...ack before he dies. From this point onwards, characters cannot level up in Skara Brae, but need to go to a Review Board in one of the Dimensions. With...

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The Naturalists' directory; Issue: 1896

By: Cassino, Samuel Edson, 1856-1937, Compiler

...j. and AnaUjt. Chon.* 007 Brady, John, Aledo, Mercer Co., 111. Moll., Arch.* 608 Braendle, Fred J., 1317 X. St., N. W. Washington, D. 0. Phmn. and Cry... ...St., North Sydney. Bot. Brazier, Amelia Rossiter, Milford, Macphersou St., Sugar Brae, Waverly. near Sydney. Con. C* Brazier, Eleanor Rossiter, Milfor... .... near Sydney. Con. C* Brazier, Eleanor Rossiter, Milford, Macpherson St., Sugar Brae, Waverly, near Sydney. Con. C* Brazier, Frederic Chas., Milford,... ...ly, near Sydney. Con. C* Brazier, Frederic Chas., Milford, Macpherson St., Sugar Brae, Waverly, near Sydney. Con. C. Australasian L., M. and F. W. She... .... O., Docent i. Bot., R. L'niv., Upsala.* Juhlin, Dr. Julius, Lect. Publ. Coll.. Skara. Meffor., Phi/s. Juhlin-Daunfelt, Dr. Herman, Dir. R. High Scho... ...fsjo (Ptov. Sndand). Nylander, Oscar, Dir. Chem. Station and Seed-contr. Office, Skara. Chein. Nyman, Erik, B.A., Kyrogardsgatan 11, Upsala. Brijal. C... ...dkiipinge (Prov. Skane). Techn. Chem.* Schiitt, Dr. Harald, Teacher Publ. Coll., Skara. ZooL, csp. CoUembola. C* Schultz. Prof. Dr. Herman, late Dir. ... .... l)r. Otto, Dir. Geol. Survey Sweden, Stockliolin. Glue Geol. Toriii, Dr. Karl. Skara. Hot. (Liiine.ti.iia'), Arch.* lornebohm, JJr. Alfred Elis, I'r... ...Chem., Metall.* Wallstriim. A. O., Solleftea.* Walter, C. R., Dir. Veter. Inst., Skara. Warholm, Dr. A. R., Fellow R. Univ., Lund. Snnj. Warodell, Dr....

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Ring of Brodgar

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...cember 1999. In addition to the Ring of Brodgar, the site includes Maeshowe, Skara Brae, the Standing Stones of Stenness and other nearby sites. I... ... 1999. In addition to the Ring of Brodgar, the site includes Maeshowe, Skara Brae, the Standing Stones of Stenness and other nearby sites. It is m... ...ance' for the site begins: The monuments at the heart of Neolithic Orkney and Skara Brae proclaim the triumphs of the human spirit in early ages and ... ...for the site begins: The monuments at the heart of Neolithic Orkney and Skara Brae proclaim the triumphs of the human spirit in early ages and isolat... ...and a later expression of the spirit which gave rise to Maeshowe, Stenness and Skara Brae. Historic Scotland. Retrieved on 5 September 2007 The first... ...later expression of the spirit which gave rise to Maeshowe, Stenness and Skara Brae. Historic Scotland. Retrieved on 5 September 2007 The first forma... ...dane world around it.Ross, John (14 August 2007) "Experts uncover Orkney's new Skara Brae and the great wall that separated living from dead". Edinbur... ...orld around it.Ross, John (14 August 2007) "Experts uncover Orkney's new Skara Brae and the great wall that separated living from dead". Edinburgh. Th... ...ders.Ritchie 1985, p. 127 Euan MacKie suggested that the nearby village of Skara Brae might be the home of a privileged theocratic class of wise ...

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Journal-British Archaeological Association; Vol. 45

By: British Archaeological Association

...y the way, that Bishop Bek betook himself for refuge after the Battle of the Brae, in 1297), it has probably struck you most, and the Church in a less... ...ast (perhaps gnomons), make the sum of this interesting locality. Skaill and Skara, on the extreme north-west of Ork- ney, the terminus of a lonely up... ... test your patience with more than a brief notice of the buried dwellings of Skara. Some years ago the wild Atlantic swept away the drift- sand, expos... ...nce for a civilised advancement. These, from amongst others, were exhumed at Skara : a celt of quartz ; a "fetish", the upper part of a human body, in... ...d possession of W. Cursitor, Esq., F.S.A.Scot. The excellent collection from Skara at Skaill House, by W. Watt, Esq., F.S.AScot. 280 of tfje Congress... ...ons in, 801 SHORTHEAD (Miss) exhibits Roman lamp with Christian monogram, 79 Skara, Orkney, ancient ruins at, 275 taindrop Church and monuments, 294 s...

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Proinsias Ó Maonaigh

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...neral was one of the biggest ever seen in County Donegal, and acts such as Skara Brae, Altan, Paul Brady and Clannad paid tribute to him at the requie... ...was one of the biggest ever seen in County Donegal, and acts such as Skara Brae, Altan, Paul Brady and Clannad paid tribute to him at the requiem mass... ...s instrumental in the success of local musicians such as Enya, Clannad and Skara Brae. His daughter Scoil Gheimhridh Frankie Kenne... ...rumental in the success of local musicians such as Enya, Clannad and Skara Brae. His daughter Scoil Gheimhridh Frankie Kennedy. Fr...

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The Norse influence on Celtic Scotland

By: Henderson, George, D. 1912

... it as applied to some Norseman. Gallic , a name borne by Rev. Mr. Gallie of Brae-Badenoch in Macpherson's day, may be some form from Gall; Ferguson w... ...llr, the field of the Jjtng or Norse Court of Justice. N. vollr, meets us in Brae-langwell, N. lang-vollr, ' long- field,' in Resolis, repeated again ... ...orse. N. host, 'township,stead,' furtherappears in Husabost, 'House- stead'; Braebost, 'Broad-stead'; Carbost, ' Kari's stead or town'; Cealabost ( = ... ...- sea-mew ness/ seems to contain the N. skdri, as in Scarista in Harris, the Skara-stadir, 'sea-mew steads,' of Iceland. Gott Bay is doubtless Norse, ... ...ck, and a Norse loan. -sta, from N. sta^r ' stead ' ; Scarista, Scarasta, N. skara-statSr ' sea-mew stead ' ; Tolsta ' Toll's stead ' ; Hosta, N. hati... ...s, 135. Borera, 183. Boreray, 135, 176. Borve, 135. bot, 206. Bracadal, 187. Braebost, 188. Brae-Iangwell, 153. Brahunisary, 196. Brataig, 343. Breacl...

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31st century BC

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...100 BC: First stage in the construction of Stonehenge .c. 3100 BC – 2600 BC: Skara Brae, Orkney Islands, Scotland is inhabited. Discovered 1850.)... ...: First stage in the construction of Stonehenge .c. 3100 BC – 2600 BC: Skara Brae, Orkney Islands, Scotland is inhabited. Discovered 1850.)c. 310...

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Journal of the British Archaeological Association; Vol. 45

By: British Archaeological Association

...y the way, that Bishop Bek betook himself for refuge after the Battle of the Brae, in 1297), it has probably struck you most, and the Church in a less... ...ast (perhaps gnomons), make the sum of this interesting locality. Shaill and Skara, on the extreme nortli-west of Ork- ney, the terminus of a lonely u... ... test your patience with more than a brief notice of the buried dwellings of Skara. Some years ago the wild Atlantic swept away the drift- sand, expos... ...nce for a civilised advancement. These, from amongst others, were exhumed at Skara : a celt of quartz ; a "fetish", the upper part of a human body, in... ...d possession of W. Cursitor, Esq., F.S.A.Scot. The excellent collection from Skara at Skaill House, by W. Watt, Esq., F.S.A.Scot.. 280 Proceetitncjs ...

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Sandwick, Orkney

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...stone circle, five Norse forts, and the ruins of Sunsgar castle. Notably, Skara Brae and Yesnaby are in this parish. Sandwick is the biggest paris... ...circle, five Norse forts, and the ruins of Sunsgar castle. Notably, Skara Brae and Yesnaby are in this parish. Sandwick is the biggest parish in O...

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