Photocopy of an academic paper ‘Brochs and the Hebridean Iron Age’ by Euan W. MacKie published in the journal Antiquity XXXIV, 1965. Includes section on Dùn Mor Vaul.
Fragment of pottery from a collection of objects found by George Holleyman at Balevullin in 1941-43. Identified by Dr Colleen Batey on 21/10/2016 as being late Norse ‘gritty ware’ from the east coast in the 12-13th centuries.
Wooden case (550 x 325 mm) containing approximately 200 small bronze objects and eight worked flints collected by George Holleyman from a sand-hill site at Balevullin during 1941-3.
Wooden case (550 x 325 mm) containing 40 Iron Age pottery shards collected by George Holleyman from a sand-hill site at Balevullin during 1941-3.
Bag of 6 iron-rich rock fragments collected from Barrapol in 2015.
Collection of items from an Iron Age or Medieval midden at Balevullin
Cardboard box of 17 artefact bags containing a collection of around 600 pieces of pottery sherds, flints, iron slag, bog iron and iron scrap from the remains of an Iron Age or Medieval midden situated in a blown-out dune on Balevullin machair, 100m north of the road cattlegrid between Kilmoluaig and Balevullin (Baca Charachan). Returned to donor from the Treasure Trove department at the National Museum in Edinburgh.
Fragments of pottery and other material from Balevullin machair
Around 160 small fragments of clay pottery, cast iron cooking pot (17th-19th century), blacksmithing slag and hearth, and chips off beach cobbles, collected from a midden on Balevullin machair by Dr John Holliday between June 2011 and January 2012. Includes an analysis of the material by Dr Fraser Hunter (original copy filed as 2012.65.2).
Analysis of pottery fragments and other material from Balevullin, 2012
Printed analysis of fragments of Iron-age pottery, blacksmithing slag, cast iron cooking pot and beach cobbles from a midden on Balevullin machair (2012.65.1), by Dr Fraser Hunter of the National Museum of Scotland in 2012.