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246 A 12th-century "Bowl-Fired" Grain Drying Kiln at Druminnor, Aberdeenshire. Implications for Social Change, Agricultural Productivity and Landscape Development in North-east Scotland. The discovery of a Medieval ‘bowl-fired’ grain-drying kiln during excavations at Druminnor Castle has implications for how we view the management of agricultural practices in the North-east of Scotland during the 12th-century. Thursday 01st of November 2018 06:32:23 PM Monday 04th of October 2021 12:31:47 PM
294 Photograph of prize-winning Highland bull at Cluny Castle Copy of photograph taken at Cluny Castle of prize-winning Highland bull that was sent to Birmingham. Taken by Sarah Cormack. Ref No. 12-5-40. Sunday 23rd of August 2020 02:51:24 PM Monday 04th of October 2021 04:12:13 PM
296 Photograph of a Dairy Maid and her Cows at Cluny Castle Copy of photograph taken of Dairy Annie, the dairy maid, and her "favourites" (the cows) at Cluny Castle. Taken by Sarah Cormack. Ref No. 12-5-42. Sunday 23rd of August 2020 03:27:38 PM Monday 04th of October 2021 04:14:00 PM
300 Photograph of Craigearn Bridge and Village Copy of photograph of Craigearn Bridge with the village in the background. Taken by Sarah Cormack. Ref No. 12-5-46 Sunday 30th of August 2020 01:16:27 PM Monday 04th of October 2021 04:17:49 PM