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features front cover Reconstructing the figure-of-eight house on Great Bernera - with a rectangular roof on two round houses.

Photo: Tim Neighbour.

Current Archaeology No. 175 Vol. XV No 7 Published August/September 2001

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The restoration and reconstruction of a 'figure-of-eight' house in the Outer Hebrides.

276 South Uist - An Island Story Excavations at Airigh Mhuillin, near Milton, a 19th century deserted village.

307 The Great Work of Martyn Jope Review by Jeffrey May of Early Celtic Art in the British Isles, by Martyn Jope.

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286 Taplow The excavation of an Iron Age hillfort, enclosing the great Anglo Saxon burial mound.

294 Bosta Beach, Great Bernera

310 Sheffield's Hill A double Anglo Saxon cemetery excavated near Scunthorpe.

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