The Archaeology of Argyll by Graham Ritchie is a hugely detailed guide to the local history and archaeology of Argyll, Scotland.
The book covers many different areas, from environment to pre-historic monuments and burial grounds.
Fully illustrated with a complimentary range of black and white photographs and drawings and written with the non-specialist in mind.
The book is edited by the late Graham Ritchie, and also contains chapters from Donald G Sutherland, J B Stevenson, Ian Fisher, Marilyn M Brown and Patrick Ashmore.
- Early settlement in Argyll
- The Environment of Argyll
- Monuments associated with Burial and Ritual in Argyll
- The Prehistoric Rock Carvings of Argyll
- Forts, Duns, Brochs and Crannogs: Iron Age Settlements in Argyll
- Dun Mor Vaul Revisited
- Early Christian Archaeology in Argyll
- Radiocarbon Dates from Archaeological Sites in Argyll and Arran
- The Norse in Argyll
- and many more
The card covers are in vg condition, clean and bright, with slight edge wear , light creases and minor handling marks. The binding is secure and tight. There is a .2 cm ink mark and a minor light stain to the outside edges of the pages. Inside, there are erased pencil marks to the top corner of the fep, otherwise, the content is clean and unmarked and in vg condition.
The Archaeology of Argyll by Graham Ritchie
- Published by the Edinburgh University Press, 1997
- First edition
- 6 x 9 inches
- 308 pages