NGR: NC 2679 1704
NMR: NC21NE 1
Excavation: Cree, J.E. & Callander, J.G., 1926.
Curation: Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh
Burials: MNI: 1
Finds: Iron knife, animal bones.
Date: Neolithic (1).
14C: 4470 to 4720 bp (OxA-5758, 5759, 5760, 5761) on human bone.
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Cree, J.E. (1927) Palaeolithic man in Scotland. Antiquity 1: 218-221.
Gleed-Owen, C.P. (1999) Age of the Creag nan Uamh Caves 'frog Earth' (Assynt, North-West Scotland) and its relationship to climate and deposits elsewhere. Quaternary Newsletter 87: 1-14.
Hedges, R.E.M. et al. (1998) Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS system: Archaeometry Datelist 26. Archaeometry 40: 437-455.
Lawson, T.J. (1981) The 1926-7 excavations of the Creag nan Uamh bone caves, near Inchnadamph, Sutherland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 111: 7-20.
Saville, A. (2005) Archaeology and the Creag nan Uamh bone caves, Assynt, Highland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 135: 343-369.
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