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Inside the Iron Age House at Bosta, Great Bernera

The ruins of a late Iron Age village close to the beach at Bosta were discovered in 1993 after being uncovered by a storm. Following archaeological excavations one of the dwellings was authentically reconstructed. Such buildings, dating from the 8th century, were built of stone walls sunk into the sand dunes, which combined with their turf roofs, would have kept them well hidden from passing marauders.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 04/08/2017
Chargée: 24/02/2020
Mis à jour: 28/02/2020
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Tags: iron age; house; reconstruction; great bernera; outer hebrides; isle of lewis; scotland; scottish; viking; island; coastal; coast; coastline; bosta; harris and lewis; western isles; norse; 8th century; historic building
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