A report on the finds from the Applecross broch prepared by Frazer  Hunter (National Museums Scotland) can be viewed in the download section of this website.

 Iron-age copper alloy ringExcavations since 2005 have examined three-quarters of the broch, focussing on removal of the overlying deposits and establishment of the plan of the uppermost layers. More limited trial-trenching has also been undertaken in the surrounding area. A total of 64 small finds have been recovered so far, as well as medium-sized assemblages of ceramics and vitrified material (not including material from the Time Team 2005 excavations).


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