Highland HER Monument MHG61701: Steatite Bowl - Dundonnel
|Site Name||Steatite Bowl - Dundonnel|
|Site Type(s)||FINDSPOT (Norse - 800 AD to 1300 AD)|
|Find Type(s)||BOWL Norse - 800 AD to 1300 AD (FHG4608)|
|NGR||NH 2084 7755|
|Record created||15/05/2020 10:23:28|
|Last updated||10/07/2020 15:11:50|
Description and Sources
A steatite bowl discovered during roadworks on the A832 between Dundonnel and Braemore in the 1950s. It was submitted to Treasure Trove in 1994 (TT 01/95) and acquired by Inverness Museum. It is listed under Acc. No. 1996.001. <1> <2>
There is documentation regarding the bowl in the Inverness Museum archive files. Additional information from a record form states that the bowl was discovered during roadworks and Braemore Junction (A832) and that it was possibly found in a nest of three bowls, although the whereabouts of the other two was unknown. A letter of correspondance also indicated that the bowl was on loan to Ullapool Museum in 2000 and it was to be loaned to Museum nan Eilean for a short-term loan loan that year for an exhibition. <3>
GIS spatial data is estimated from the limited description of the findspot above. It is indicative only and does not represent the precise findspot which is unknown. GW 15/05/20
<1> Treasure Trove, 2019, Highland Finds from Treasure Trove Annual Reports 2004-18, TT 01/95 (Dataset/Database File). SHG28208.
<2> Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery Accession registers, 1996.001 (Collection/Catalogue). SHG25836.
<3> Inverness Museum, 2019, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery Archive Files, 1996.001 (Collection). SHG28371.