Journal articleThis paper describes the circumstances of discovery, form, technology and archaeological significance of a broken gold ring found near Falkland, Fife in 2007. Originally penannular, the ring is composed of seven separate strands of circular-sectioned gold wire which have each been joined along their length to create a ribbed band....
Cowie, Trevor ; Armbruster, B ; Kirk, S
Book chapterThis paper revisits an artefact type, lithomarge beads, last studied 40 years ago by Stevenson and Collins (1976). The rare purple colour produced by the naturally occurring mixture of haematite and kaolinite is the key characteristic and made this material desirable. Lithomarge beads are widely distributed across Northern Britain, but...
Goldberg, D Martin