Firbush dendrochronological results

This year our work at Firbush crannog revealed a group of very well preserved and tidy horizontal timbers. You can check out a 3D model HERE. Lab analysis has demonstrated that they are all alder timbers, and mostly relatively short-lived – most around 30–50 years...
Underwater sampling at Firbush

Underwater sampling at Firbush

Hot on the heels of excavation at Easter Croftintygan and Ardnagaul last week, the Living on Water team has been back to Loch Tay to conduct the final underwater work for the project. Our goal this year was very specific. Since we have found that a lot of the crannogs...
Latest Wiggle-match Date

Latest Wiggle-match Date

T105 from Craggan Crannog. A new wiggle-match date for Craggan crannog is hot off the AMS! This new wiggle-match comes from T105, a relatively small diameter oak horizontal timber from the top of the crannog. Exactly what this type of feature relates to is difficult...